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Heat Pumps in a fully Decarbonised European Energy System

Heat pumps are everywhere. You find them in your fridge, tumble dryer and dishwasher, if you buy an electric car they increase range by managing the battery temperature and you find them – as we have often reminded you – in residential commercial and industrial heating.

Heat pumps provide also multiple benefits to our societies:

  • Energy efficiency
  • Renewable-based and flexible energy system
  • More integration among various technologies (solar, building automation systems, hybrids)
  • More Integration among various needs (heating, cooling, hot water production, air quality, etc.).

This leads us to name this years’ conference simple and direct “Heat Pump Forum 2019”.

In this event, we will dig into the policy implications (opportunities and challenges) for the heat-pump industry of the newly adopted EU laws emerging from the “Clean energy 4 all package” as well as from the “EC Strategy for a low carbon economy in 2050”. We will also provide insights into more technical policies, such as Ecodesign and F-gas regulations. In addition to that, we will also present the latest market data and we will explain what digitalization means for heat pumps and if we can tackle the renovation challenge.

Join us on 15. and 16.5.2019 in Brussels. If you are an EHPA member, please note that the general assembly will take place in the afternoon of the 14th, followed by a networking reception only for members.

 

About the organiser:

The HP Forum 2019 is organised by the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA AISBL).

EHPA promotes awareness and deployment of heat pump technology in Europe. All activities aim at creating a market environment that facilitates a faster deployment of heat pump technology to unleash its benefits on a European level: efficient heating and cooling using renewable energy. EHPA also coordinates the Heat Pump Keymark – a European certification scheme for all heat pumps, combination heat pumps and hot water heater. For more information, please visit: www.ehpa.org .

Contact Us

Email | info@hp-forum.eu

Phone | +32 2 400 10 17