Our GEOTeCH partner KU LEUVEN will participate at IEA-Heat pump Conference 2017 to present the paper titled “Heat pump design student project applies thermal and thermodynamic theory to real life engineering work” (Author: Maarten Sourbron)
The Conference will show Heat Pumping Technologies as one of the key technologies in existent and future energy systems. With participants from over 30 countries, the event is a key event for policymakers, executives and representatives from industry, utilities and the public sector, R&D managers and technology supporters, energy managers, planners, consultants.
Main Conference topics will be:
– Domestic applications, ranging from Nearly Zero Energy Buildings to Multi Family Buildings and Domestic Hot Water
– Smart Communities with, Hybrid Heat Pumps, Smart Grids, District Heating, storage and ground sources
– Industrial Heat Pumps and Waste Heat
– Sorption Technologies, Working Fluids and Non Traditional Heat Pump Systems