Free, open-source tools for more sophisticated thermal energy system planning.
State-of-the-art methodology to speed up the development of thermal networks
Address-level energy system maps to reduce planning costs.
Accelerating the development of low-carbon heating and cooling networks.
Quick and accurate method for identifying optimal areas and routes.
High-resolution energy system data for national and regional planning.

THERMOS (Thermal Energy Resource Modelling and Optimisation System) is an EU Horizon 2020 funded research project which will provide advanced energy system data and models in a user-friendly open-source application to make heat network planning faster, more efficient, and more cost effective.

THERMOS kicked off in October 2016 and will be running for three years until September 2019. A range of experts from universities, local and city-wide authorities, energy and environmental agencies, and specialist consultancies based in the UK, Spain, Poland, Latvia, Denmark, Germany, Portugal, and Romania are taking part in the project.

Latest news

22.06.2017
Cities discuss THERMOS Application
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12.06.2017
Meet your match: THERMOS at EUSEW
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24.05.2017
Islington wins Energy Award
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Meeting real-world needs

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Granollers, Islington, Jelgava, Warsaw

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Cascais, London, Alba Iulia, Berlin

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