HARP

EU 2020 HARP - Heating Appliances Retrofit Planning

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HARP
  • Project duration: April 2019 - July 2022
  • Project status:
    Approval by the Scientific Committee
  • Funding:
    Societal Challenge (Horizon 2020 /EU funding /Project)
  • Total project budget: €1,992,608.06
  • Website: https://innovation.adene.pt/project/harp/

Consumers do not think about heating until their system breaks down. When it does, the replacement is always an urgent process, hindering the possibility to look for the best solutions in the market and making smarter choices regarding a heating system that will likely be in operation for the next 20 years. In Europe, there are more than 300 million heaters (space, water or combi) that have, on average, been installed more than 20 years ago. Considering the heating energy label framework, market assumptions are that more than 50% of these equipments perform as C or lower. Old and inefficient, this is the status of the installed heating stock. Now is the time to act and raise consumers’ awareness about the opportunities of a planned replacement. Taking advantage of the energy label for space and water heating, we can mainstream the labelling concept to the installed heating stock, allowing to use a well-known support decision tool to communicate and motivate the consumer to replace its heating system with modern high-efficiency and renewable solutions. HARP accompanies the consumer decision process, providing an impartial message, based on the energy label and presenting the market solutions that respond to the consumer’s heating needs, providing a quantified approach for economic and non-economic benefits and bridging the gap with the market providers and available national incentives. HARP is promoted by key knowledgeable partners in the fields of consumer behaviour, energy efficiency, heating solutions and business models, working directly with the consumer, or indirectly via professionals who are critical multiplying agents. Promoting dynamic efficient heating communities, where all the agents, from the supply to the demand side are committed to an efficient heating market, supporting the consumer to make smarter choices.

This allows HARP to build a solid concept that will succeed in the participating countries and within the EU reach.

Publications
Perché sostituire i vecchi apparecchi di riscaldamento?
Menegon D, Leghissa G, Lobosco D, Genova E, Calderoni M (2021)
Journal article
Casa & Clima

More information: https://issuu.com/quinebusinesspublisher/docs/casa_clima_91_ ...

Partner
ENERGIES 2050
Energies et Avenir
Organizacion de Consumidores y Usuarios
R2M SOLUTION SPAIN SL
UNIVERSIDADE DO MINHO
AGENZIA NAZIONALE PER LE NUOVE TECNOLOGIE, L’ENERGIA E LO SVILUPPO ECONOMICO SOSTENIBLE
Deutsche Energie-Agentur GMBH
CREARA CONSULTORES SL
ADENE - AGENCIA PARA A ENERGIA
Anima Federazione delle Associazioni Nazionali dell’Industria Meccanica Varia ed Affine
Associação Portuguesa para a Defesa do Consumidor
Association of the European Heating Industry
EUROPEAN ENVIRONMENTAL CITIZENS ORGANISATION FOR STANDARDISATION
European Solar Thermal Industry Federation
Syndicat des industries thermiques, aérauliques et frigorifiques
Universidade NOVA de Lisboa
Uwe Trenkner

Contact

Diego Menegon

Project managerT 936 550 1740 93+ude.carue@nogenem.ogeid

Roberto Fedrizzi

Vice project managerT 016 550 1740 93+ude.carue@izzirdef.otrebor

Cristiana Losso

Project assistantT 806 550 1740 93+ude.carue@ossol.anaitsirc

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