ISH focuses on the responsible management of water and energy in buildings. It will bring around 2400 exhibitors and will be divided between the Water section and the Energy section, both aim at contributing to energy efficiency and resource-friendly building systems.
Heat pump and component manufacturers will present new design trends and sustainable technologies focusing on efficient use of energy, for heating, refrigeration, air-conditioning, ventilation equipment to intelligent home and building technologies.
Heating and cooling in buildings and industry account for half of the EU’s energy consumption, heat pumps and HVAC System are the technology of choice to make this vision efficient and also to recognize HVAC system potential in commercial and industrial applications. Users of heating and cooling in many industrial processes can benefit toward emission reduction, air quality and also economically for a most efficient use of energy.
We cordially invite you to join us at our booth,
We will gladly present our work on different 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 an optimal integration of relevant rehabilitation systems.
Heat RoadMap Europe – Our aim is to build evidence that supports the decarbonization of the heating and cooling sector in Europe and to redesign this sector by combining the knowledge of local waste heat conditions and potential savings with an 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.
HP Forum – European Heat Pump Association will organize the HP Forum in Brussels on 15th and 16th of May 2019, dedicated to the role of heat pumps at the heart of the energy transition and their use in different sectors and application.
For more information please visit ISH fair website.