UK: The next Institute of Refrigeration annual conference will take place during the HVACR Show at ExCel in London.
The event will explore how heat recovery, integration and smart systems can help meet the global need for secure, affordable and sustainable energy services, reduce energy consumption and lead to a more sustainable future. The programme will explore how the RACHP technologies can use a more integrated approach to heating and cooling.
The conference will include the following papers and topics:
The low-carbon economy and decarbonised buildings, Ruth Richmond, Department of Business Energy and Industrial Strategy
Opportunities for combined heating and cooling using data centres, Robert Tozer, Operational Intelligence
High efficiency high temperature heat pump installations, Kenneth Hoffman, GEA Refrigeration
Optimal design and operation of distributed low-carbon energy technologies in commercial buildings, Salvador Acha, Imperial College London
Heat mapping and heat recovery in the urban environment, Rob Liddiard, LUSTER Project
The use of smart systems and controls to improve efficiency and reduce energy usage, Richard Hay, Carel UK
This half day conference, taking place on January 25, will begin at 10.15 and end at 13.00 giving delegates the opportunity to spend the afternoon exploring the HVACR Exhibition.
For further information and to book visit the IoR website.