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It was a pleasure taking part in the #EUGreenWeek Partner event “Deep Retrofit Community of Practice: Highly ambitious regions and projects across Europe ” Online Seminar. We hope it was a valuable experience for you too and you appreciated the insights provided by our speakers. We are happy to share the presentations used during the session.
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It was a pleasure having you as our guests in our “Working towards the same mission with innovative heat pump solutions” Online Workshop. We hope it was a valuable experience for you too and you appreciated the insights provided by our speakers. We are happy to share the presentations used during the session.
Looking forward to seeing you soon!
Welcome speech by Serena Scotton (EHPA), presentation here
“Introduction to SunHorizon 5 innovative Technology Packages”, by Andrea Gabaldon Moreno (Cartif), presentation here
“EU heating and cooling policy & EHPA priorities 2021”, by Jozefien Vanbecelaere (EHPA), presentation here
SunHorizon heat pumps technology presentations:
“Solar hybrid Heat Pump” from BDR THERMEA, by Sébastien Vacher, presentation here
“Natural gas driven Heat Pump” from BoostHeat, by Norbert Dischinger, presentation here
“Hybrid adsorption/compression chiller” from Fahrenheit, by Bashir Kanawati, presentation here
“SunHorizon business models and ESCO’s perspective”, by Josep Mitats Carmona (Veolia), presentation here
Deep Retrofit Community of Practice: Highly ambitious regions and projects across Europe
on the 09th of June 2021, 10-12 CEST
We are pleased to invite you to the “Deep Retrofit Community of Practice: Highly ambitious regions and projects across Europe” online workshop, corganised with other 3 EU Projects, SuperHomes 2030, HP4All, OpenGela.
This online seminar brings together Ambitious Regions, Regional Implementation Plans and already running Renovation and One Stop Shop EU Funded Projects, to offer a complete outlook for the sector: from up-skilling, policy, implementation, examples and future development.
Moreover, it looks at replicating and expanding upon the work of diverse actors, while driving the innovation and implementation of the deep retrofit sector and the associated value chain of stakeholders.
– Rocío de la Rosa Gilabert, Business Development Consultant at CTA. Presenting the HP4All Pilot region in Spain.- Christiane Egger, Deputy Director OÖ Energiesparverband and Manager Cleantech-Cluster Energy, Upper Austria. Presenting the HP4All Pilot region in Upper Austria. – Padraic O’Reilly, Researcher at LIT Development Unit in Ireland. Presenting the HP4All Pilot region in Ireland.
11:10 – 11:55 Project examples: Renovation and One Stop Shop initiatives
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The SunHorizon project is sharing an online survey to gather feedback on the potential market for sun-coupled innovative heat pumps, non-technical barriers and information on the standardization and certification framework of its technology in Europe.
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We are pleased to invite you to the second stakeholders workshop organised in the framework of the SunHorizon project, this time dedicated to the innovative heat pump technologies deployed within the project.
In this event you will hear more about the heat pumps role in the project and in the framework of the new Horizon Europe programme.
Join us online on the 12th of May 2021, at 10:00 CET.
10:00 Welcome speech by Serena Scotton (EHPA)
10:05 “Introduction to SunHorizon 5 innovative Technology Packages”, by Andrea Gabaldon Moreno (Cartif)
10:15 “Pushing forward with innovative heat pumps, the role of the EU”, by Daniel Maraver de Lemus (CINEA)
10:30 “EU heating and cooling framework and the role recovered by heat pumps”, by Jozefien Vanbecelaere (EHPA)
SunHorizon heat pumps technology presentation:
10:45 “Solar hybrid Heat Pump” from BDR THERMEA, by Sébastien Vacher
10:55 “Natural gas driven Heat Pump” from BoostHeat, by Norbert Dischinger
11:05 “Hybrid adsorption/compression chiller” from Fahrenheit, by Bashir Kanawati
11:15 “SunHorizon business models and ESCO’s perspective”, by Silvia Jane (Veolia)
11:30 Panel discussion, moderated by Serena Scotton (EHPA)
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LIVE FROM THE SUSTAINABLE PLACES CONFERENCE
“RENEWABLE HEATING AND COOLING SOLUTIONS FOR BUILDINGS AND INDUSTRY” ONLINE WORKSHOP
We are now Live at the “Renewable Heating and Cooling solutions for buildings and industry” online workshop, presenting the SunHorizon project updates and data.
Thank You to the project coordinator for presenting, and to the participants for the active exchange.
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On the 17th of September 2020, an article about the SunHorizon technologies and testing in the 8 demo sites has been published in BATIRAMA journal.
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Thank to all the participants of the SunHorizon solar stakeholders workshop, held on the 10th of September 2020.
You can find all the presentations and video of the session below.
10:00 Welcome speech by Serena Scotton (European Heat Pump Association) 10:05 SunHorizon project presentation by Alessandra Cuneo (RINA Consulting S.p.A) presentation 10:10 Presentation of the project preliminary results and workshop goals by David Chèze (CEA-INES) presentation 10:25 SunHorizon technologies and WP3 presentation by Andrea Frazzica (CNR) presentation
SunHorizon Solar technologies: 10:40 Presentation of hybrid PV-T solar technology by Jean- Marie Drap (DualSun) presentation 10:55 Presentation of high vacuum solar thermal technology by Guglielmo Cioni (TVP Solar) presentation
External speakers: 11:10 R&I solar policy insights by Pedro Dias (Solar Heat Europe) presentation 11:25 Solar PV and thermal cooling by Daniel Mugnier (TECSOL / IEA SHC) presentation
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