EHPA will be at the European Heat Pump Summit 2019!

| On 22 and 23 October 2019 in Nuremberg.

 

 

We are glad to inform you that EHPA will participate in the European Heat Pump Summit taking place in Nuremberg on 22 & 23 October 2019. 

 

Booth: Foyer Brüssels - no. 5

 

The role of heat pumps for a sustainable energy system is getting more and more into the focus of attention. Heat pumps are a key technology in achieving a successful energy transition. Scoring with innovative ways of application and a great potential for further development, the technology is also facing a number of challenges. 


The European Heat Pump Summit looks at these topics from an international perspective, with a focus in particular on the following: 

 

  • Current market developments

  • Research and development

  • Components and products

  • Heat pump applications and operation

 

We will be happy to welcome you at our booth where we will be presenting our projects: 

 

  • Dryficiency - The objective is to lead the European energy intensive industry to high energy efficiency and a reduction of fossil carbon emissions by means of waste heat recovery.

 

  • Heat4Cool - The project develops, integrates and demonstrates an easy to install and highly energy efficient solution for building retrofitting. This concept proposes innovative, efficient and cost-effective solutions that support EU energy efficiency policies through optimal integration of relevant rehabilitation systems

 

  • Heat RoadMap EuropeIt is a European project led by the University of Aalborg (DK) which includes 24 partners and aims to create the scientific evidence required to support the decarbonisation of the heating and cooling sector in Europe and redesign this sector by combining the knowledge of local waste heat conditions, potential savings and energy system analysis.

 

  • SunHorizon -  The main objective is to demonstrate that innovative and reliable Heat Pump solutions coupled with advanced solar panels can provide heating and cooling to residential and tertiary buildings with lower emissions, energy bills and fossil fuel dependency.

 

  • GeoAtlantic‘s -The challenge is to develop methodologies and tools through cooperation to facilitate energy transition and the use of renewable sources in several local communities. A multidimensional approach will be developed through the improvement of the institutional, technological, industrial and social environment.


Don't hesitate to contact Dan Stefanica for further information at dan.stefanica@ehpa.org 

 

Have a look at our photo gallery during the European Heat Pump Summit 2017! 

 

 

 

 

Hope to meet you at European Heat Pump Summit 2019!