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"Heat Pumps - Resilient and Efficient"
Report from the 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference
Welcome to the second issue of Heat Pumping Technologies Magazine, your comprehensive source for the latest insights and developments in heat pumping technologies. This edition delves into compelling topics highlighting the resilience, efficiency, and innovation at the core of heat pumps.

In the "Foreword" section, discover the captivating synopsis titled "Heat Pumps – Resilient and Efficient." Extract key takeaways from the renowned 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference in Chicago, expertly curated by Thomas Fleckl. Uncover forefront research shaping the future of heat pumping technologies.

The "Column" section presents an engaging discourse on "Key Measures to Make Our Skies Blue Again." Xu Ce and co-authors offers thought-provoking perspectives on air source heat pump applications in rural Beijing. Gain insights into the vital role heat pumps play in sustainable development and environmental stewardship.

Stay informed through the "Heat Pumping Technologies News" section. Explore highlights such as the Peter Ritter von Rittinger In- ternational Heat Pump Award 2023 and winners of the IIR Scientific Awards 2023, including notable IEA HPT TCP figures. Delve into the IEA's Tracking Clean Energy Progress (TCEP) report 2023, shedding light on critical energy technologies for global transitions. Explore discourse from the International Conference in Stockholm, charting decarbonization in the European heating sector. Witness the impactful $250 million investment in US electric heat pump manufacturing.

The "Report from 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference in Chicago 2023" section relives conference highlights. Engage with the opening, annex workshops' summary, pioneering Purdue University research, and comprehensive presentation reports.

Traverse these pages to explore, learn, and engage in the dynamic world of heat pumping technologies. Celebrate advancements that redefine efficiency, driving a sustainable, resilient future.

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Account of 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference Opening and Plenary Presentations 

On May 16 The 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference was opened. The theme of the conference was “Heat Pumps – Resilient and efficient” and 400 participants from 25 different countries had joined the event. 

In his plenary speach Fatih Birol, Executive Director of the International Energy Agency (IEA), noted that heat pumps are becoming the key heating technology for many policy makers and that IEA is very happy to see the double digits growth of heat pumps around the world but also recognize that the potential is much higher. The other plenary speaches were held by Jennifer Granholm, US Secretary of Energy Metchild Woersdoerfer, Deputy Director-General DG Energy at the European Commission, Stephan Renz, Chair of IEA HPT TCP
Technical, Min Soo Kim, President of the General Conference of IIR, Reinhard Radermacher, Professor from University of Maryland and David Porter, Vice President, Electrification & Sustainable Energy Strategy, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).

Featured image: Among the notable plenary speakers were Jennifer Granholm, the US Secretary of Energy.(Photo. Carlos Jones ORNL)

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Report from the Workshops and Technical Sessions at the 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference

Sharing knowlede and insights from research and projects are fundamental aspects of the "conference experience". The 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference programme gave many opportunities for the attendees to come togehter and exchange thoughts and ideas. 

Before the opening of the 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference in Chicago, nine different workshops were organized by the operating agents of the different international collaboration projects (Annexes) and by Heat Pump Centre. Read a summary of the workshops here. In the vibrant atmosphere of the conference a diverse array of experts and enthusiasts gathered to engage in illuminating discussions and presentations that propelled the frontiers of heat pump technologies. The technical sessions have been summarized in six articles that can be read online or downloaded as pdf:s. Click the titles to access the articles.

Industrial Heat Pumps and Waste Heat Sessions
Market and Policy Sessions
Smart Grids, District Heating and Cooling, and Heat Pumps Integrated with Thermal Energy Storage Sessions
Working Fluids and Refrigerants Sessions

Ground Source Heat Pump Systems, Components and System Development Sessions

Sorption and Non-Traditional Technologies Sessions

Featured image: Lucas Oppelt conference presentation: Results from using abandoned mines as a heat source for heating and cooling. (Photo: Carlos Jones ORNL)


Proceedings and presentations from the 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference 2023 now available!

In May 2023 the 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference were held in Chicago under the theme “Heat Pumps – Resilient and Efficient.” Now, the papers presented during the conference, together with a major part of the presentations are available for free via the database of the Technology Collaboration Programme on Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT TCP) by IEA.

The success of the 14th IEA Heat Pump Conference underscores the importance of global cooperation in advancing heat pump technologies. As the world seeks sustainable solutions for heating and cooling, this conference served as a beacon of progress, bringing together experts and stakeholders to chart the course toward a more resilient and efficient future. The high-impact papers, providing valuable insights and research findings, delve into the cutting-edge developments in heat pump technology, addressing critical issues such as energy efficiency, sustainability, and resilience.

Download proceedings and presentations individually from the HPT TCP publications database here. 

Download a full compilation of all the conference proceedings here.

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Welcome to attend the HPT TCP National Experts meeting in Nuremberg on October 26 - Registration open!

We are excited to invite you to the National Experts meeting on Heat Pumping Technologies, organized by the Technology Collaboration Programme on Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT TCP) by  IEA. 

The meeting will take place on October 26, 09.00 – 16.00 CEST, in Nuremberg, Germany, in conjunction with the prestigious European Heat Pump Summit. The event brings together experts representing various stakeholders within the field of heat pumping technologies. We cordially invite you to participate and contribute your valuable insights to the discussions.

Registration link(In person attendance only.)

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