Lindsay Sugden, Head of Delta-ee's Heat Pump Research Service spoke at the i-STUTE Breakfast Forum in London on 3rd June 2014. The event was to raise awareness of the RCUK-funded i-STUTE project which addresses technology, business and infrastructure challenges in providing sustainable heating and cooling to 2020 and beyond. Read more about the event and Lindsay's talk here.
Diarmaid Williams, International Editor of Cogeneration & On-Site Power Production (COSPP) writes about the recent Delta-ee Webinar on the French and Dutch heating markets, including quotes from Scott Dwyer and Stephen Harkin. Click here to read the article on the COSPP website, and read our own coverage in our blog here.
Lindsay Sugden, Head of Delta-ee's Heat Pump Research Service spoke at the IEA Heat Pump Conference which took place from 12-16 May in Montreal. In Session 6, titled "Innovative Technologies and General Applications", Lindsay discussed the outcomes of recent research undertaken by Delta-ee on smart heat pumps and hybrid technologies. Download Lindsay's presentation slides here.
Delta-ee are venue sponsors of the 7th EHPA European Heat Pump Forum which takes place on 20th May 2014 in Berlin. For further information and to register to attend the event click here. If you would like to arrange meet the Delta-ee heat pump research team at the event please email [email protected]
On Wednesday 9th April 2014 the low carbon heating industry in the UK breathed a collective sigh of relief as five years of waiting finally ended, and the ground-breaking domestic Renewable Heat Incentive (RHI) scheme was officially launched. Click here to read Delta-ee's full press release.
John Murray, Manager of Delta-ee's Distributed Power Service will give a presentation at the forthcoming COGEN Europe Annual Conference. The event will take place in Brussels from 3-4 April 2014. John's presentation, titled 'CHP in Europe: The next generation' will take place on Friday 4th April as part of the 'Cogeneration as a driver of innovation' session. Click here to find out more.