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Workshop in London, UK - November 2012
The workshop was arranged by DECC on the 13th of November 2012.
HPP Symposium in Nuremberg, Germany - October 2012
The Symposium was held at the Chillventa Congressing Day on the 8th of October 2012.
Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden - May 2012
The workshop was held at KTH on the 23th of May 2012.
Workshop in Atlanta, United States - November 2011
The workshop was held at ASHRAE and was held on the 8th of November 2011.
Workshop in Vienna, Austria - November 2010
The theme of the workshop was "Technological Vision for the Heat Pump Industry" and was held the 9th of November 2010.
Workshop in Helsinki, Finland - June 2010
The theme of the workshop was "The role, projects and market of heat pumps in Finland" and was held on the 2 of June 2010.
Workshop in Rome, Italy - November 2009
The workshop was held on the 4 November 2009 and it was arranged by the National Council of Research (CNR), Italy. The theme of the workshop was Heat Pumps in the Italian Energy System. As the theme reveals, the program included presentations about the Italian heat pump market, as well as energy efficiency in general.
Workshop in Amersfoort, the Netherlands - May 2009
The workshop was arranged by SenterNovem and was held in Amersfoort, the Netherlands on 13 May, 2009. The theme of the workshop was Heat pumps in future energy systems.
Workshop in Seoul, South Korea - November 2008
Workshop in Brussel, Belgium - November 2007
Workshop in Paris, France - May 30th, 2007
Workshop in Hannover, Germany - November 2006
The workshop was arranged by Informationszentrum Wärmepumpen und Kältetechnik (IZW e.V.) and the HPP delegate Claus Börner from Forschungszentrum Jülich and covered heat pumping activities in Germany including German work in HPP Annex 30 and 32. The German heat pump market development was also accounted for.
Workshop in Tokoy, Japan - May 2006
The workshop was arranged by New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) and Heat Pump & Thermal Storage Technology Center of Japan (HPTCJ). Presentations on the Japanese research and market development regarding heat pumps were held and covered topics such as heat pump water heaters, regulations concerning heat pump equipments, district heating and cooling with heat pumps and ground source heat pump systems.
Workshop in Vienna, Austria - November 2005
The workshop was arranged by Arsenal Research in Vienna and Austrian IEA Heat Pump Programme delegate Professor Hermann Halozan from Graz University of Technology. The program of the workshop included presentations regarding Austrian research and the market of heat pumping technology.
Workshop in Las Vegas, the USA - May 2005
A workshop was arranged in connection with the HPP Executive Committee meeting and the 8th IEA Heat Pump Conference in Las Vegas. Half a day was assigned the HPP Annex 28, Test procedure and seasonal performance calculation for residential heat pumps with combined space and domestic hot water heating.
The presentations of the workshop can be found on the website of Annex 28 and the whole program can be downloaded as a PDF-file. You find both links below.
Annex 28 - Las Vegas and Workshop program
Workshop in Paris, France - November 2004
The workshop was arranged by the IEA Heat Pump Programme (HPP). The purpose of the workshop was to exchange information between people within the Heat Pump Programme and people outside the programme, especially French experts. Presentations concerned the following topics; performance standards for heat pumps, air conditioning energy policy, and technical and market developments.
Workshop in Montreal, Canada - May 2004
The workshop was arranged by the CANMET Energy Technology Centre - Varennes at Natural Resources Canada. The program of the workshop included an overview of the Canadian energy situation and examples of programs and tools promoting energy efficiency, renewable energy sources and heat pumping technologies.