HPSummitGERMANY: The very latest developments and technology in the world of heat pumps will be discussed next month when the European Heat Pump Summit returns to Nuremberg.

This, the fourth, event takes place on October 20 and 21 and will explore industrial and commercial applications for heat pumps and the latest research and development. The event will also look at application scenarios for heat pumps in housing construction and in hybrid systems and, in particular, the development of components and the integration of heat pumps into smart grids.

Heat pump experts from around the world will gather to share knowhow, discuss research outcomes and garner information about new trends and developments. The Foyer-Expo is an equally high-quality event –this year, more than two-thirds of the participating exhibitors are international.

“In the years between the Chillventa fairs, the European Heat Pump Summit has established itself as a key European meeting place for heat pump specialists, where exhibitors, speakers and participants from all over the world gather to initiate dialogue and obtain in-depth technical information at this truly expert-to-expert event” said Alexander Stein, head of events at NürnbergMesse.

“As in previous years, industry experts can look forward to a range of interesting presentations. In addition, we are once again offering a lecture series on the commercial and industrial use of the heat pump in the German-speaking regions. The summit provides access to a great deal of high-calibre technical expertise and the ideal opportunity to network in a packed two-day programme,” he added.

The symposium revolves around the potential for heat pumps in the various markets, the tapping of renewable energies when using heat pumps in nZEBs for sustainable and responsible business and the combination of heat pumps with other heat generators. It will also examine the development of components and products for the innovative systems of the future. More than 30 prominent German and international speakers will be available to answer questions about the status quo and the future of the heat pump.

For further details visit the Heat Pump Summit website