Euroheat and Power (EHP)
1954-05-19 Paris France
Founded 19 May 1954, Paris (France), as International Union of Heat Distributors – Union internationale des distributeurs de chaleur (UNICHAL) – Internationaler Verband der Fernwärmeversorger. Previously also referred to as International Association for District Heating, District Cooling and Combined Heat and Power – Association internationale pour le chauffage urbain, le refroidissement à distance et la cogénération – Internationaler Verband für Fernheizung, Fernkühlung und Kraft-Wärme-Kopplung. Statutes modified: Jun 1983, Lahti (Finland); Jun 1995, Stockholm (Sweden); Jun 1997, Arnhem (Netherlands); Jun 1999, Sheffield (UK); Jun 2001, Gdynia (Poland); 2009, Brussels (Belgium). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. EU Transparency Register: 88457577025-19.
Promote sustainable district heating and cooling in Europe.
Events2021-05-03 | Vilnius, Lithuania – Biennial Congress
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