ECOS to campaign for energy efficient heating systems with the HARP project

ECOS and partners have just received the go-ahead for a new H2020 project entitled Heating Appliances Retrofit Planning (HARP).

Coordinated by the Portuguese Energy Agency ADENE, the 3-year project aims to encourage consumers to proactively replace their old and inefficient heating systems and favour energy efficiency when choosing new appliances. The project could reach as many as 1.5 million consumers and help save up to 340 GWh/year.

ECOS is proud to be part of this project expected to kick off this summer, and will take the lead on the dissemination and communication strategy, engaging with key stakeholders to maximise the project’s impact.

ECOS is co-funded by the European Commission and EFTA

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