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EVENT: November is Heat Pump Month at A2EP

Decarbonising process heat will be essential for businesses, industries and governments to achieve net zero targets. The potential for heat pumps to efficiently provide process heat and enable the electrification of industry is enormous and already being fulfilled outside Australia. Now it's our turn.

We have lined up four fantastic webinars to provide the latest insights and case studies on heat pumps and other technologies which can support the decarbonisation of process heat.


Process heating alternatives - Watch the recording now

We looked at a range of alternatives to traditional process heating, a number of which also answer circular economy challenges. Presentation topics included biogas vs hydrogen, gasification process and potential, is biomass right for your application, and solar thermal technology options.


High temperature heat pump solutions - Watch the recording now

We were joined by heat pump experts Dr Cordin Arpagaus and Dr Veronika Wilk for the latest developments in high temperature heat pumps and also looked at mechanical vapour recompression heat pump systems.


Using heat pumps and heat recovery in meat processing - Watch the recording now

Meat processing facilities face significant challenges in reducing energy costs and emissions due to the need for high temperature heat in their processes. This exclusive industry briefing detailed the latest innovations available to meet the needs of this industry.


Decarbonising process heating in the beverage industry - 23 November

The beverage industry can be one of the earlier industry to decarbonise given the technologies to do so are here right now. This webinar will explore what to do and the technologies to use once you have converted to using renewable electricity.


This webinar series is presented as part of a project for which A2EP received funding from ARENA as part of ARENA's Advancing Renewables Program. The views expressed herein are not necessarily the views of the Australian Government, and the Australian Government does not accept responsibility for any information or advice contained herein.


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