Paul Voss has been active in the EU energy policy debate for 12 years and has been the Managing Director of Euroheat & Power since late 2013. Prior to this, he was Head of Public Affairs at Danfoss District Energy, a global leader in the field of efficient technology for heating and cooling networks.
Together with his team of extremely talented and award winning colleagues at Euroheat, Paul spends his working days telling stories, drinking coffee and arguing (1) that there can be no real energy transition without a fundamental change in the way we heat our buildings and (2) that district heating and cooling, when it’s done properly, has a massive role to play in achieving this, particularly in cities.
Outside of work, Paul’s a keen long-distance runner, an enthusiastic drinker of irritatingly trendy micro-brewery beers and (he hopes) an adequate husband, Dad and dog owner. He’s originally from the UK but grew up mostly in Canada and settled in Belgium after stints in France, Guatemala and South Korea.
Euroheat & Power (EHP) unites the District Energy sector (District Heating and Cooling (DHC) Combined Heat and Power (CHP)), throughout Europe and beyond, with members from over thirty countries: including national District Heating associations; utilities operating DHC systems; industrial associations and companies; manufacturers; research institutes; consultants and other organisations involved in the CHP/DHC business.
Euroheat & Power works for energy supply in balance with ecology, promoting the advantages of CHP/DHC in general and the use of renewable energies to preserve primary energies in particular, and pursues international measures to enhance innovation and the further development of the sector.
Euroheat & Power works on behalf of the DHC community to
* Inform the public and policy leaders about the importance and excitement of CHP/DHC
* Create the conditions for sector growth
* Reach out to DHC stakeholders around the world
13-Nov-2019Chairman introduction: District Heating and Cooling - Decarbonisation through the power of connection,Low carbon generation in district heating and cooling,
Hub Sessions Programme
- Distributed Generation - Theatre 9,