Decarbonisation of heating and cooling is an absolute priority for the decarbonisation of our buildings.
A key enabler for both our climate objectives and the REPowerEU independence targets, this last decade has seen the sector making major innovative leaps in sustainable heating and cooling technologies.
With smaller scale heat pumps already mainstreamed, there are other hard-to-abate niches of the building market that can also benefit from mature technologies that are less well-known.
Focusing on policy making, particularly for the Fit For 55 package, this webinar will focus on the enabling technologies that can better integrate heat pumps in the grids and on state-of-the-art technologies that can enable the quick development of heat pumps in those sectors where this technology has been less present: district heating, blocks of flats, old houses in the Mediterranean basin.
Femke de Jong (Project Manager Heating, European Climate foundation) – Chair remarks
Ciaran Cuffe (Member of European Parliament, Greens/EFA. Rapporteur on EPBD) – The ITRE committee opinion on the EPBD: raising the ambition on RES for buildings.
Barry Lynham (Managing Director, Knauf Energy Solutions) – Enabling solutions to better integrate HPs in the grid: demand-side control technologies
Morten Deding (Director for Heat Pump Applications, Johnson Controls) – District heating and HPs: mainstreaming large scale clean technologies.
Helen Carlström (Senior manager Growth & Sales, E-ON) – Low temperature District heating & heat pumps
Ferdinando Pozzani (Cofounder and CEO, TEON) – Centralised heating for blocks of flats with high temperatures Heat Pumps
Claudio Carano (Product Marketing Manager, Clivet) – Unheated dwellings and rural homes: solutions for the Mediterranean area and beyond
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We look forward to seeing you there.
This event is part of the Coolproducts campaign. Co-led by European Environmental Bureau (EEB) and Environmental Coalition on Standards (ECOS), Coolproducts is a coalition of NGOs working to ensure better products for consumers and the planet. www.coolproducts.eu