Previous issues

Here you can find the previous issues of the e-Newsletter. In each issue there is a link to the corresponding full version. Click on the title to open the Newsletter in HTML.
No.4/2014 "Innovative Technology"
No.3/2014 "The 11th Heat Pump Conference: Market and Policy"
No.2/2014 "Highlights from research"
No.1/2014 "Policy and standards"
No.4/2013 "Heat pumps for cold climates"
No.3/2013 "Environmental evaluation of heat pumps as products"
No.2/2013 "Heat pump performance monitoring and evaluation"
No.1/2013 "Thermal Energy Storage"
No.4/2012 "Energy Technlology Perspectives 2012"
No.3/2012 "The role of heat pumps in NZEB"
No.2/2012 "Heat pumps in smart grids and smart cities"
No.1/2012 "Industrial heat pumps"
No.4/2011 "Working fluids for a sustainable future"
No.3/2011 "10th IEA Heat Pump Conference - a website conference"
No.2/2011 "Energy Efficient Buildings: Heating and Cooling Technology Roadmap"

No.1/2011 "Thermally driven heat pumps"
No.4/2010 "Supermarket refrigeration"
No.3/2010 "IEA Energy Technology Perspectives 2010"
No.2/2010 "Retrofit heat pumps for buildings"
No.1/2010 "ATES/BTES systems for commercial buildings"
No.4/2009 "The role of heat pumps in future energy systems"
No.3/2009 "Heat Pumps Are Renewable"
No.2/2009 "Heat pumps in year-round space conditioning systems"
No.1/2009 "Ground Source Heat Pumps"
No.4/2008 "Natural working fluids"
No.3/2008 "9th International Heat Pump Conference"
No.2/2008 "Heat pumps for low energy buildings"
No.1/2008 "Air Source Heat Pumps"
No.4/2007 "Combining heat pumps and other technologies"
No.3/2007 "Heat pump components development trends"
No.2/2007 "Mobile Air Conditioning"
No.1/2007 "Industrial heat pumps"
No.4/2006 "Retrofit heat pumps for buildings"
No.3/2006 "The latest developments in the use of CO2 as refrigerant"
No.2/2006 "New regulations and directives – how will they affect heat pump pumping technologies?"
No.1/2006 "Thermally activated heat pump systems"
No.4/2005 "Ground source, heat pump systems"
No.3/2005 "The 8th IEA Heat Pump Conference" 
No.2/2005 "Zero Leakage, Minimum Charge"
No.1/2005 "Systems and Controls"
No.4/2004 "Heat Pumping Technologies in New Markets"
No.3/2004 "Supermarket Refrigeration"
No.2/2004 "Residential Heat Pump Systems"
No.1/2004 "Natural Working Fluids"
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