Strategic research priorities for cross-cutting technology

1st April 2012

Topic(s): Energy efficiency

‘Cross-cutting technology’ is the term used by the RHC-Platform to describe any energy technology or infrastructure which can be used either to enhance the thermal energy output of a renewable energy source (RES), or to enable a greater fraction of the output by the system to be used, or to allow the exploitation of RES which would be difficult or impossible to use in building-specific applications. This publication outlines the strategic research agenda for these technologies: district heating and cooling, thermal energy storage, heat pumps, and hybrid systems. 


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Strategic research priorities for cross-cutting technology


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