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From the 25th to the 27th October 2017, I attended the European Heat Pump Summit as well as the IEA Heat Pumping Technologies Experts’ Meeting, both in Nuremberg. These two events gave interesting insights into current heat pump R&D in Europe, and what may lie ahead.
This was my first time at the European Heat Pump Summit and I was surprised to hear attendees say that it was less well attended than previous years. To my eye, it was still busy, and the conversation was lively.
One gap in the Summit debate that stood out to me was a lack of (though not entirely missing) focus on smart heat pump applications. This is an issue that we at Delta-ee see as key to growth in the European heat pump market, and more inclusion of use cases on this topic was expected. However, the traditionally technical nature of this Summit may be the explanation for this gap.
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In her role as Electrification of Heat Service Manager, Felicity is responsible for the delivery of in-depth research and analysis into the heat pump and electrically-driven heating markets across Europe. Felicity is also a key analyst for other Heat Cluster Services. Prior to joining Delta-ee, Felicity worked as an Environmental Business Analyst in the oil and gas industry, and brings wide-ranging energy sector insight to her role here.
Felicity holds a MSc in Environmental Geoscience from the University of Edinburgh, during which she was awarded Best Overall Contribution to the Programme. Her undergraduate degree was in Environmental Geoscience from the University of Bristol.
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