Industrial heat pumps and high-temperature heat pumps (HTHP) have the potential to play a central role when it comes to reducing green house gas emmissions connected to the supply of industrial process heating. The growing motivation for replacing fossil fuel-based combustions and the more benefical conditions for heat pumps make it possible to expand the applications of heat pump technology to higher supply temperatures. This development is evident in terms of several ongoing research projects, the increasing variety of available technologies, and an increasing number of industrial cases.
However, the implementation of heat pump technology is also associated with a number challenges. This applies especially to high-temperature applications such as industrial processes and district heating. Thus, there is a need for technical innovations in order to achieve lower investment costs and an increase in energy efficiency while maintaining technical feaibility and a stabil operation.
In 2017, Danish Technological Institute, SINTEF and DTU Mechanical Engineering teamed up to create a forum where experts in the field of high-temperature heat pumps could come together as well as provide an overview of the latest developments. This has now resulted in the High-Temperature Heat Pump Symposium, which is held every two years.
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The High-Temperature Heat Pump Symposium is organized by Danish Technological Institute, DTU Mechanical Engineering, and SINTEF, and it is coorganized by The European Heat Pump Association (EHPA).
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