This section includes different materials produced by TRI-HP consortium on the topic of heat pumps with natural refrigerants and multiple renewable energy sources. They can be used for educational and capacity building purpose.
December 14, 2022
TRI-HP national Dissemination Workshops in Switzerland, Spain and Germany
In these workshops, the TRI-HP project aimed to bring together expertise from different areas with a focus on more technical discussions on heat pumps with natural refrigerants and reach national stakeholders. Current results from TRI-HP have been presented including the results of a stakeholder survey in several European countries. This survey provides valuable insights into drivers and barriers of market acceptance of heat pump systems in multi-family buildings. Three workshops were organized by TRI-HP partners:
September 27, 2022
TRI-HP presentation at the 'Ambition requires action: the sustainable housing revolution with heat pumps' - European Heat Pump Association
TRI-HP has been presented during the workshop organized by the European Heat Pump Association entitled "Ambition requires action: the sustainable housing revolution with heat pumps". Expanding the use of heat pumps can play a vital role in the growth of sustainable housing in Europe. This event organized in the context of EHPA’s Heat Pump Forum presented the work and efforts of the H2020 projects, Superhomes2030, Sunhorizon and TRI-HP, and the organization EIT InnoEnergy towards sustainable housing. During the presentation, the project's coordinator Daniel Carbonell presented the TRI-HP project and the tri-generation systems developed during the course of the project, the main results obtained as well as the technology acceptance study and results.
View the recording here.
September 9, 2022
TRI-HP participation at the 10th annual edition of Sustainable Places #SP2022
The 10th annual edition of Sustainable Places was held as a hybrid event, from 6th September to 9th September, with the in-person sessions hosted in Nice, France.
TRI-HP was presented in two different workshops:
• RHC Solutions for Buildings and Industry - 3rd Edition (Wednesday, September 7th, 2022): this workshop brought together a selection of H2020 EU-funded projects involving experts from the biomass, geothermal, solar thermal and heat pump sectors to discuss a common strategy for increasing the use of renewable energy technologies for heating and cooling for buildings and industry. Projects were again invited to pitch their progress and achievements to date. Interactive discussion slots allowed for opportunities to identify possible synergies, cooperation on horizontal issues or potential joint dissemination activities to maximise expected impacts.
• Low-TRL Renewable Energy Technologies - 2nd Edition (Thursday September 8th, 2022): this workshop brought together a selection of H2020 EU-funded research & innovation projects dealing with the challenge of researching, developing and demonstrating innovative, efficient, flexible, cost-competitive and environmentally safe technologies, which are still at a low Technological Readiness Level (TRL 3-4). The workshop involved experts on renewable and new low-carbon-emission energy generation and conversion technologies, carbon capture and storage and CO2 re-use technologies, smart energy grid and flexible energy storage technologies.
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