Heat Pump City of the year 2020 - Award Ceremony I GEOTHERMAL ENERGY - Geoatlantic Project

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17.11.2020  I 10:30-12:00 CET

The Heat Pump City of the Year (HPCY) Award is an EHPA project which recognises the most efficient, smart and sustainable Heat Pump project at local level.

The HPCY Award was launched in 2011 to highlight cities and regions that have put in place an energy-efficient project which takes advantage of Heat Pump technology.

The international appeal of the award has grown year after year and now attracts participants from all over Europe and beyond. With 110 participating cities from 27 countries.

 

Agenda:

10:30 Opening speech and #HPCY2020 Introduction by Thomas Nowak

10:40 Award and short Winner of the HPCY2020 category presentation

10:55 Award and short Winner of the DecarBuilding category presentation

11:10 Award and short Winner of DecarbIndustry category presentation

11:25 Award and short Winner of Next Generation Heat Pump category presentation

11:40 Q&A (for more questions on the winning projects, use the B2Match networking tool to book meetings with the presenters)

11:55 Closing remarks

12:00 End of session

12:00 – 14:00 Break

 

 

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17.11.2020  I 14:00-15:30 CET

We are in the midst of a transition, one focused on renewable heating and cooling, energy security and the use of local resources. Many of the changes that this transition involves will be noticed in mega-cities and small towns alike, both  serving as ecosystems for the shift in mindset, policy and technological deployment. With geothermal resources, heat pumps and the involvement of local communities, offering a glimpse of the future. No more so, than in the work of the Interreg Atlantic Area project of GeoAtlantic – helping communities transition towards a sustainable energy model.

 

Agenda:

14:00 Brief introduction to the GeoAtlantic project by Dan Stefanica, Head of Projects, EHPA

14:05 Examples of work being carried in industry and academia 

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14:55 Q&A (for more questions on the GeoAtlantic project and its consortium or to book F2F meetings with the speakers, use the B2Match networking tool)

15:45 – 18:00 B2Match networking open