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Recording: 2024 High-temperature heat pumps update webinar


We were excited to be joined once again by Dr Cordin Arpagaus, Senior Research Engineer with the Institute for Energy Systems at the Eastern Switzerland University of Applied Sciences (OST). Dr Arpagaus presented a fantastic update on the latest high-temperature heat pump technology developments and applications happening around the world. This is an unmissable presentation for anyone looking to decarbonising heat.


High-temperature heat pumps will be critical for decarbonising industrial process heat. The technological advances being made in high-temperature heat pumps are impressive and would surprise many. Far from a pipe dream, the technologies will be here in no time and you need to start planning.


You can view Dr Arpagaus' previous webinars for us here on our YouTube channel.


Learn more about industrial and commercial heat pumps on our Heat Pumps page: www.a2ep.org.au/heatpumps


 

WEBINAR: Modelling, optimising & integrating: getting more from heat pumps


Wednesday 13 March, 3pm AEDT


Learn about the technologies and tools you can use to get more from your heat pump systems with presentations by Beca and Coolsheet.



 

WEBINAR: Industrial and commercial heat pump highlights


Wednesday 20 March 2024


We will take a high speed tour of the latest and greatest industrial and commercial heat pump installations from Australia and around the world to inspire and inform your next projects.


 

SITE TOUR: Decarbonising heating systems with bioenergy and heat pumps


Wednesday 27 March, Brisbane QLD


Our single day site tour will see heat pump installations, cogeneration and Griffith University’s biogas research centres that are helping to develop this industry, as well installations at Pimpama Sports Hub and Loganholme Wastewater Treatment Plant.

Registrations for this evening have now closed.


 

WEBINAR: Tapping into geothermal energy for renewable heating


Thursday 28 March 2024


We will take a look at the current state of the market and the technologies (including ground-source heat pumps) that can be used to put this geothermal energy to work for commercial and industrial applications.


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