Webinar: Nordic Know-How #7 Cooling Systems
Welcome to the webinar and launch of the seventh report in the Nordic Know-How series, on the topic of cooling systems
Cooling systems are fundamental and highly relevant to the healthcare sector. Indoor temperatures impact the comfort of personnel and patients, as well as maintain medical equipment and proper preservation of pharmaceutical products. Sign up to the webinar following the report launch!
The Nordic Know-How series seeks to make knowledge, solutions and best practices available from the Nordics to the world.
"Cooling systems" is the seventh report in the series (read previous ones here), including the most updated and relevant solutions installed and evaluated at Nordic hospitals. It is written together with Chalmers Industriteknik. From the report, decision-makers will be provided with overarching knowledge of the systems’ significance, the technologies on the market and the main concepts, supported by practical lessons.
In this accompanying webinar, you will gain knowledge about best practices in Swedish hospitals by LINK Arkitektur, E.ON ectogrid™, Lindinvent, Energy Machines and ClimaCheck, along with methodological insights and survey results by Belok.
Date: 4 October 2022
Time: 14.00–15.30 CET (15.20–15.30 mingle on-site)
Place: (Hybrid) Zoom and at TEM's office in Malmö (Södra Promenaden 51). If you wish to participate on-site, send an email to Felicia Hedetoft (
14.00–14.10 Welcome and summary of the Nordic Know-How #7 – NCSH
14.10–14.20 Best practices in Swedish hospitals, report methodology and survey findings – Chalmers Industriteknik
14.20–15.00 Innovative technologies for cooling – LINK Arkitektur, E.ON ectogrid™, Lindinvent, Energy Machines and ClimaCheck.
15.00–15.10 The Total Concept method – Belok
15.10–15.20 Comments and questions
15.20–15.30 On-site mingle
For questions about the report, the Nordic Know-How series and the project, reach out to Johannes Brundin (
The Nordic Know-How series is part of the project Platform for Internationalisation: Energy and Climate Smart Healthcare, funded by the Swedish Energy Agency.