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2nd Conference on High Temperature Heat Pumps - HTHP

The reduction of climate gas emissions is a global challenge for todays and future generations in order to minimize the impact of global warming. In fact, the discussion is no longer IF there is an global warming effect rather than HOW MUCH global warming will occur.


Langelinie Pavillonen
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9th September 2019, Copenhagen / Denmark


The energy demand of the industry stands for around 1/3 of the worlds climate gas emissions and for a successful decarbonization of this sector new technologies need to be phased in. Today's industry moves towards an electrified energy system based on wind, solar and other renewable sources, and more frequent recovery of industrial waste heat.

Utilizing these sources efficiently by implementing industrial heat pumps (HTHP) is highly attractive since it can replace fossil fuel based energy and enable the industry to operate with significantly reduced emission of climate gases. However, there are challenges connected with implementing heat pump technology, especially in high temperature applications like industrial processes and district heating. For example, there is a need for technical innovations to achieve lower specific investment costs and increased energy efficiency while maintaining technical feasibility and stable operation.

In order to meet the future needs SINTEFDTU Mechanical Engineering and Danish Technological Institute have teamed up to create a conference that can help you grasp the current academic and industrial contributions to the field.

The conference held in connection with "The international conference Smart Energy Systems". Participants of the conference may join the high temperature heat pump conference at a reduce fee. 

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