7th EHPA European Heat Pump Forum 20 May 2014

By Janaina Topley Lira, May 12, 2014, 18:16 1 minute reading

The 7th European Heat Pump Forum, organised by the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA), will this year take place in Berlin on 20 May. The event will bring together industry experts, EU decision makers, and European heat pump manufacturers, providing a platform for knowledge exchange and networking. 

The 2014 forum will be the perfect occasion to discuss the latest regulatory issues affecting heat pump technology, and as such the programme will cover the most relevant EU policy items affecting the heat pump markets:   
  • The German example: how to create a sustainable energy market
  • The EU Renewable Energy Strategy towards 2030
  • Implementation status of the Energy Labelling and Energy Efficiency directive
  • The European Heat Pump Market 
  • Heat pumps and the consumer perspective
  • Large Heat Pump applications
  • Renewable Heat Incentive
  • District heating solutions 

Conference programme

Three different tracks make up the event's programme:
  • National energy markets in transition: taking place in the morning, the presenations in thia session will look at renewable heating technology markets in Germany, the UK, Italy.
  • Achieving the energy transition with heat pumps: the first of two afternoon sessions will feature presentations on the European heat pump market, the use of heat pumps for load balancing and energy storage, and a presentation on shaping consumer behaviour with information on energy efficiency.
  • Industrial Heat Pump Applications: the final session of the day will feature, amongst others presentations from R744.com partners Mayekawa and Star Refrigeration.

How to register for the event
Interested persons can register on the EHPA Forum registration website.
About EHPA

The European Heat Pump Association represents the majority of the European heat pump industry. Its members comprise of heat pump and component manufacturers, research institutes, universities, testing labs and energy agencies. Its key goal is to actively promotes recognition of heat pumps as a core technology and its integration into European legislation. 


By Janaina Topley Lira

May 12, 2014, 18:16

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