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Website calls for Europe to be Proheatpump

A website about the European IEEA project-Proheatpump is up and running to aid the understanding and use of ground source heat pumps.
The Intelligent Energy Europe project wants to reduce the use of fossil fuels for heating purposes by promoting energy efficient heat pumps for heating.

The Proheatpump website is focussed on systems for the residential sector and SMEs particularly for use in building refurbishments.

Edinburgh University is just one of the European-based organisations behind the project.

The project's educational efforts to detail the possibilities and advantages of heating by means of heat pumps, is expected to increase the number of heat pump installations during the project time on specific target groups -installers, end users and policy makers.

Those supporting the project hope the information on the newly launched site will encourage heat pump use in European countries with low market penetration but high potential for heat pumps.

http://www.proheatpump.eu/


23 January 2008

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