Welcome to the PLANHEAT E-Learning Platform!
We are happy to announce the new round of free webinars on input data needed for mapping and planning new heating and cooling scenarios
Mark your calendar:
If you represent a city in the Balkans, join us on 10 April at 10:30 am CET
If you represent a city in Southern Europe, join us on 11 April at 10:30 am CET
If you represent a city in Eastern Europe, join us on 17 April at 10:30 am CET (postponed – new training date to be announced shortly)
If you represent a city in Northern Europe, join us on 19 June at 10:30 – 12:00 CET
Please register or log into the e-learning platform and receive the link and password to participate in the webinar via e-mail.
We look forward to discussing with you!
The first online training sessions are available!
4th September | 11:00 – 11:30 am CET | Training Kick-off Webinar
14th September | 11:00 – 12:30 CET | Northern European Cities | Language: English
15th September | 10:00 – 11:30 CET | Eastern European Cities | Language: English
19th September | 10:00 – 12:00 CET | Southern European Cities | Language: English
21st September | 10:00 – 12:00 CET | Balkan cities | Language: Croatian
Thank you for joining us! The recorded webinars are available under the e-Learning page “courses”.
If you attended the webinars, please don’t forget to let us know your thoughts by filling in this short survey, which will help us improve for Module 2 webinars!
Thank you for visiting our E-Learning platform. We are happy to have you on board and wish you a pleasant learning experience.
The PLANHEAT E-Learning course is structured into four Modules:
- Input data needed for mapping and planning new heating and cooling scenarios
- How to map demand and supply using the PLANHEAT mapping module
- How to generate and simulate sustainable scenarios for heating and cooling using the PLANHEAT planning and simulation modules
- How to use the PLANHEAT integrated tool for the mapping and planning of sustainable heating and cooling
The first two Modules will be released between 2017 and 2018; the last two in 2019. To gain an ideal learning experience, we highly recommend that you follow the set order.
Check our Document Repository to find references and additional learning resources.
We have prepared a FAQ page which we will keep regularly updated; if you cannot find the answer to your question there, please do not hesitate to contact project partners by filling out the Ask the Tutor form – this will always be on the right side of the platform. By choosing your question category, you will help us link you to the most appropriate expert in our consortium.
Also take full advantage of our E-Learning Forum: ask questions to your peers or share your experience, in English or your own native language.
Before moving on to the first Module, please take a moment to register here.