The REPowerEU plan aims to drastically reduce the use of natural gas in heating, thanks to the quicker deployment of renewable sources, and efficient heating technologies such as heat pumps.
Large-scale heat pumps offer promising opportunities to develop efficient and sustainable heating and cooling networks, optimising the use of renewable electricity for balancing, and delivering renewable and circular heat resources into our networks.
In the context of REPowerEU and the publication of a new IEA report on Heat Pumps, this webinar will explore the challenges and opportunities for the deployment of large-scale heat pumps in European heating and cooling networks.
• 10:00 - 10:10 Welcoming words
o Aurélie Beauvais, Managing Director, Euroheat & Power
• 10:10 – 10:20 IEA – Presentation of the new report: The Future of Heat Pumps
o Fabian Voswinkel, Analyst, researcher and consultant in energy efficiency policy, IEA
• 10:20 – 10:40 Panel debate with industry experts
o Kim Winther, Head of development, Fjernvarme Fyn A/S, Opening potential for new heat sources
o Lorraine Devouton, business development executive, Engie, Large heat pumps and geothermal: teaming up for urban green heat
o Noel Canto Toimil, Head of Department Innovation Hunosa (Group SEPI), District Heating and heat pumps: new solutions in Spain
o Marco Baresi, Director institutional affairs and marketing, Turboden, The manufacturers views
o Moderation by Éloi Piel, Director Market Intelligence, Euroheat & Power
• 11:00 – 11:15 Wrap up