From the 13th to the 15th October 2018, the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA) and Fahrenheit were at the Chillventa fair in Nürnberg to present the Heat4Cool project. During these days, numerous participants stopped by the booth…
An Interview with Imre Palfi
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THERMOWATT Ltd was established specifically for the energy recovery of waste-heat and started researches and system-designs…
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The Heat4Cool project started in October 2016 and will run until September 2020 for a total of 48 months. After the kick-off meeting in Brussels, four progress meetings have been held during the first 24 months: Bilbao, Budapest, Milano and…
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An Interview with Jakub Pluta
My name is Jakub Pluta, R&D Engineer at IZNAB Sp. z o.o. I am in charge of the technical aspects of the implementation of the Heat4Cool solutions in the Polish…
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An Interview with Javier Biosca
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Symelec Renovables is an SME with a long track expertise in RES installation projects, for both thermal…
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On the 2nd of October 2018, the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA), the Heat Pump city of the year award and the Heat4Cool project sponsored #DecarBuilding, a successful webinar on the decarbonisation of the residential sector.
On the 02nd of October, the Heat4Cool project will take part in the webinar organized by the European Heat Pump Association (EHPA -partner of the consortium), this webinar aims to spotlight the best and innovative solutions…
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The 1stHeat4Cool workshop was held in Milan, in Mostra Convegno Expo Confort on March 14th, 2018 and the 47 participants enjoyed presentations on integrated technologies for heating & cooling based on renewable energies sources and optimal…
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The Heat4Cool consortium will meet one day before the Mostra Convegno Expo Confort 2018 in Milan on 12-13 March 2018.
Hosting partner of this meeting, Politecnico di Milano will also provide a tour in their labs and facilities related to the…
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The Project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 programme for energy efficiency and innovation action under agreement No. 723925
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