The Heat Pump Centre (HPC) is the the central information source of IEA's Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT).


The Heat Pumping Technologies is an Implementing Agreement within the IEA Energy Technology Network.



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Welcome to the IEA Heat Pump Centre!

IEA Heat Pump Centre (HPC) is an international information service for heat pumping technologies, applications and markets. Our goal is to accelerate the implementation of heat pumps and related heat pumping technologies, including air conditioning and refrigeration.


Events related to heat pumping technologies during September 2015
For more information, see Events

17 September 5ème Congrès Français des Pompes à Chaleur (5th Annual Congress of French Heat Pumps) Paris, France      30 September - 2 October ASHRAE Energy Modeling Conference Atlanta, USA     
12th IEA Heat Pump Conference

12th IEA Heat Pump Conference

The 12th IEA Heat Pump Conference will be held from 15th to 18th May 2017, at the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam. This unique forum will pay attention to heat pumps, air conditioning and refrigeration equipment and systems for residential, commercial and industrial applications.» Read more...

HPC Newsletter

The IEA HPC Newsletter is a quarterly newsletter/journal. The aim with the newsletter is to present heat pump technology, markets and market development, and information from annexes in the Programme.» Read more...

How to start or join an annex

In this section you find information about how to start or join an annex.» Read more...

Why heat pumps are a technology for the future

This section gives you general information about heat pumping technology. It explains how it works, why this technology is beneficial and what typical applications there are. It also tells you about different types of heat pumps and common refrigerants. » Read more...

Join our group on LinkedIn

Please join our LinkedIn networking group: IEA Heat Pump Programme» Read more...



IEA HPT Conference articles now available online!

We have now uploaded all articles from the IEA Heat Pump Conferences in 2005, 2008 and 2011 in our database. All articles can be downloaded for free as single PDF files. » Read more...

IEAs Energy Technology Initiative on "DSM Energy Efficiency" has launched its new website

The new Demand Side Management Energy Efficiency website contains information on a number of research areas that surround Energy Efficiency.» Read more...

HPT exhibits at ICR2015

If you participate in the fair, please visit our booth.» Read more...

Belgium joins the HPT!

We at the IEA Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT) are very happy to welcome Belgium as our latest member country!» Read more...

HPT National Teams’ meeting 2015!

Welcome to the Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT) National Teams’ meeting Thursday 22 October 2015 in Nuremberg, Germany.» Read more...
Annex 36 Final report

Final report for Annex 36 is now available

All participants in Annex 36 have agreed to remove the 18 months embargo on the Final report for Annex 36. The agreement has resulted in that the Final report for Annex 36 already now is published on the HPC website and in our publication data base instead of a waiting period until March 2016. » Read more...
Newsletter 2/2015

Newsletter 2/2015 out now!

The latest Newsletter: "Space cooling" is now available online and can be downloaded from the Newsletter section. » Read more...
Two-page summaries for Annex 35, 36, and 38 are now available

Two-page summaries now available

The two-page summaries for Annex 35, 36, and 38 are now published on the HPC website and in our publication data base. » Read more...

Presentations from international workshop in Aarhus now available

All presentations and the programme from the workshop in Aarhus are now published on the HPC website.» Read more...

Annual Report 2014 is published!

The IEA Heat Pump Programme Annual Report for 2014 is published and can be downloaded from our website.» Read more...

New ExCo delegates

We welcome the new ExCo delegates from Norway. » Read more...
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