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Everything you've ever wanted to know about heat pumps at London HEVAR

The Heat Pump Association (HPA) has announced details of its topical seminar session at London HEVAR, the essential event for buyers and specifiers in the UK's Heating, Ventilating, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration industry.
Taking place from 10am - 12am in the HEVAR seminar's technology theatre on Wednesday September 22, the HPA's traditionally popular session will this year focus on topics including:

  • An introduction to Heat Pumps by Calorex Ltd;

  • The importance of installer training in optimising heat pump performance by ICS Heat Pumps Ltd;

  • Dos and Don'ts for Ground Source Heat Pumps - Neoenergy (Sweden) Ltd;

  • Heat emitters including low temperature radiators by Jaga Ltd;

  • ASHP developments including process hot water applications - ICS Heat Pumps Ltd;

  • An update on MCS and its role in the absence of grants/incentives - Gemserv;

  • The session concludes with Tony Bowen, president of the HPA, presenting an overview of the current status of grants and incentive programmes such as CERT, CESP and RHI and a final panel debate.

    Several of these key speakers will also be available for one-to-one roundtable discussions around the subjects listed above at the HEVAR event.

    'The HPA is delighted to share best practice with the audience at HEVAR who are so important in this area of domestic and commercial heating and refrigeration engineering,' said Mike Nankivell of Space Airconditioning plc who will be chairing the session on behalf of the HPA.

    'HEVAR is essential for those who want to learn about new products and understand new legislation as well as source new suppliers.'

    The HEVAR event - and the seminar and roundtable programme within - is free for all visitors. For further information and to register to attend HEVAR and its seminars, please visit the website

    London HEVAR Exbibition takes place at the Royal Horticultural Halls in Greycoat Street, London, SW1P 2QD on September 22 and 23 2010.
    11 August 2010


    By Eco Ed
    11 August 2010 01:01:00
    Particularly looking forward to the Jaga and Neoenergy sessions.
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