International Conference on District Energy
International Conference on District Energy 2013
Portorož, 24 – 26 March 2013
By filling in the below form you submit your registration to attend the International Conference on District Energy 2013.
The conference fee includes: attendance at the conference, conference gift – a book, lunch, snacks during breaks, and conference dinner. Accommodation is not covered by the conference fee.
Conference fees are as follows:
TYPE OF REGISTRATION TOTAL MEMBER OF SDDE 380,00 EUR NON-MEMBER OF SDDE 430,00 EUR AUTHOR 290,00 EUR ACCOMPANYING PERSON* 200,00 EUR
*In case you plan to bring an accompanying person, please state their first and last names under NOTES.
The payment of the conference fee in favour of Slovensko društvo za daljinsko energetiko, Karlovška cesta 3, Ljubljana (Account Nr. SI56 2900 0005 0782 655 - Unicreditbank) should be effected no later than 22 March 2013. You shall receive your invoice via mail after the event. When cancelling your registration up to 10 days prior to the start date of the conference, you shall receive a 75% refund. If you cancel your registration at any later date, you shall not be entitled to any refund.
The official languages of the conference are Slovenian and English. For an uninterrupted exchange of ideas, we shall provide simultaneous interpretation from and into both languages on both days of the conference.
If you have any further questions or issues that need to be cleared up, please do not hesitate to contact Mateja Kegel at #EM#6b6e6c65617763696b684a7868696b216378#EM# or via +386 1 40 12 872.
SECTION I: RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES
Geothermal district heating: Burkhard Sanner, Philippe Dumas and Luca Angelino, European Geothermal Energy, Belgium
Analysis on district heating with integrated decentralized solar heating and cooling system: Case of municipal facility Energetika Maribor: B. Vidrih, S. Medved, S. Domjan, A. Kitanovski, A. Poredoš, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia, M. Rožman, A. Perc, Municipal facility Energetika Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia
Experience in design, implementation, and operation of a wood biomass heating system used by public facilities in Postojna: David Špeh, Biomasa, Luče, Slovenia
Possibilities of the use of solid biomass for district heating purposes: Gábor Nemes, Seeger Engineering AG, Germany
Grundfos – Drago Keržič
SECTION Ia: REGULATION AND GOVERNANCE
Successful improvement of control system for the production and distribution of heat energy is an essential prerequisite for increasing efficiency of the district heating system: Tatjana Nušić, Petar Vasiljević, DH "Beogradske elektrarne", Belgrade, Serbia
Information Technology (IT) as one of the district heating systems reengineering tools: Amer Karabegović, PUC Centralno Grijanje Tuzla, BIH
Economical process control using new generation electronic rgulators by ELTEC: Milan Jungič, Jože Torkar, Blaženka Pospiš Perpar, Primož Kunšič, Igor Jan, ELTEC Petrol, Bled, Slovenia
SECTION II: ENERGY REGULATION (GAS, OTHER SOURCES, AND TECHNOLOGIES)
Current issues regarding legislative regulation on the natural gas market from the point of view of national regulatory authority: Neli Žagar, Lena Maja Hartl, Energy Agency of the Republic of Slovenia
Consumption of thermal power for heating residential buildings connected to the Ljubljana district heating system: Janoš Val, Energetika Ljubljana, Slovenia
The role of national regulatory authority in the decision-making process regarding new infrastructure being exempt from regulation rules: Lena Maja Hartl, Neli Žagar,Energy agency of the Republic of Slovenia
Lena Maja Hartl.pdf
Inspection of steel gas pipelines: Marko Kogovšek, Plinovodi
SECTION IIa.: ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Total cost of ownership of district heating compared to its competing technologies Oddgeir gudmundsson: Jan Eric Thorsen, Danfoss A/S, District energy division – Nordborg, Denmark
Thermal performance of an HVAC system designer for a low energy house: Gabriela-Elena Vlad, Constantin Ionescu, Horia Necula, Adrian Badea, Generation and use of Energy Department, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania
Gabriela Elena Vlad.pdf
Study on improvement of energy consumption in buildings through use of intermittent operation regime and the thermal comfort: Tanasiev Vladimir, Horia Necula, Constantin Ionescu, Gabriela Vlad, University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romaniavladimir tanasiev.pdf
Renovation of frequency controlled pumping stations within district heating system “Beogradske elektrane”: Nina Zalaznik, Dr. Dušan Ilič, Metronik, Ljubljana, Slovenia
SECTION III: DISTRICT HEATING AND COOLING AND BUSINESS MODELS
Platform presentation: Nicolas Février, DHC+ Technology Platform, Brussels, Belgium
District heating and cooling at the heart of european energy policy: Paul Voss, Danfoss A/S – Danfoss district energy, Belgium
Perspectives of district heating systems in Eastern Europe: Robert Mikulandrić, Goran Krajačić, Neven Duić, Zoran Pranjić, Department of energy, Power engineering and Ecology, Faculty of mechanical engineering and naval architecture, University of Zagreb, Croatia, Gennadii Khavin, The National Technical University "Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute", Kharkiv, Ukraine, Henrik Lund, Brian Vad Mathiesen, Department of development and planning, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark
Lifetime imact by installing a DP controller in the DH substation: Thorsen, Jan Eric, Gudmundsson, Oddgeir, District Energy Application Centre, Danfoss A/S, DK-Nordborg, Denmark
Jan Eric Thorsen.pdf
SECTION IV.: ENERGY EFFICIENCY
Possibilities of using heat from Krško Nuclear power plant: Robert Bergant, Luka Štrubelj, Tomaž Ploj, Gregor Androjna, Gen energija, Slovenia, Peter Tomažin, Sipro Inženiring, Slovenia
Measures to improve the efficiency of district heating system in Ljubljana: Tjaša Oštir, Suvad Bajrić, Energetika Ljubljana, Slovenia, Matjaž Perpar, Iztok Žun, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of mechanical engineering, Ljubljana, Slovenia, Igor Bole, Termoelektrarna Toplarna Ljubljana, Slovenia
Effects of support scheme for renewable energy sources and combined heat and power generation (CHP): Barbara Petelin Visočnik, Andreja Urbančič, Polona Lah, Stane Merše, Matjaž Česen, Jožef Stefan Institute, Energy Efficiency centre, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Barbara Petelin Visočnik.pdf
Establishing efficient district heating systems – matter of technology and economy: Jan Plašil, Siemens, Prague, Czech Republic