Webinar: “The dual benefit of heat pumps for residential, commercial and industrial application”

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Join us for a Webinar on Jun 29, 2018 at 3:00 PM IST

Decarbonisation of Heating in industry and Commerce is a must for a Sustainable, Decarbonized society.

Buildings and processes alike are large scale users of heating and cooling services. Far too often, these are still considered separate and consequently provided by two different appliances. In order to greatly improve efficiency, we need a shift in perspective towards a systematic understanding. Whenever cooling is needed, heat is a by-product, whenever heating is required, surplus cooling is generated. It needs systematic thinking to identify where these energy cycles can be closed and where energetic waste of one service can be the resource of another.

Large heat pumps are the technology of choice to make this vision an efficient reality. Large, industrial sized heat pumps can provide high temperatures at capacity use renewable energy from air, water or ground but also waste energy from buildings and processes to provide heating and cooling. With a proper system design both can be used, turning the one-way road of energy use into one of a circular energy economy.

While heat pumps are known in residential application, they are much less recognised for their contribution (potential) in commerce and industry.

However it is this market segment, where they are quickly becoming hidden champions. Users of heating and cooling in many industrial processes in the food, paper or chemical industries (list not exhaustive) can benefit economically from a most efficient use of energy while providing a significant benefit towards emission reduction and air quality.

The webinar will elaborate on the concept and provide examples of successful large heat pump applications.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

For registration queries, please contact swati@aeee.in

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