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High-Temperature Heat Pump Symposium 2022

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Nr. 91119 A

Industrial and high-temperature heat pumps play a central role in reducing GHG emissions associated with the supply of industrial process heat, and as the heat pump technology is expanded to higher supply temperatures, the motivation for replacing fossil fuel-based combustions grows.

At the High-Temperature Heat Pump Symposium 2022, you can gain an insight into current academic and industrial contributions from different key-note lectures and various presentations from leading experts in the field of high-temperature heat pump systems. The presentations will be supplemented with a poster session, a plenary discussion, networking, and site visits.

The symposium covers various aspects of high-temperature heat pumps reaching from technological developments to application specific challenges and the contributions cover aspects from academia and industry.

The symposium covers the following aspects:

  • Technological developments of systems and components, e.g., compressors, working fluids, and lubrication
  • Process integration for industrial production facilities and networks
  • Process equipment with integrated heat pump solutions
  • Industrial cases and examples for successful integration of HTHPs
  • End-user perspectives on the decarbonization of process heating
  • Application potential and markets for HTHPs
  • Business models
  • HTHPs in the context of sector integration

Read more about the conference on our designated website – HTHP-Symposium – and sign-up for our newsletter focusing exclusively on high-temperature heat pumps and the High-Temperature Heat Pump Symposium.

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