Op 16 en 17 november a.s. organiseert EGEC de Geothermal Heat Pump Days 2023 in Berlijn. Hieronder vindt u meer informatie over het event, hoe u zich kunt aanmelden en hoe u een bijdrage kunt leveren met een presentatie van uw onderzoek of case study:
We are glad to announce the upcoming Geothermal Heat Pump Days, a 2-days event dedicated to exploring the transformative potential of geothermal heat pumps in the journey towards decarbonized heating and cooling. Formerly known (since 2019) as the Shallow Geothermal Days, this annual conference has evolved to emphasize the pivotal role of geothermal large and small scale heat pumps in achieving a sustainable and net-zero future. Join us in Berlin this November 2023 to be part of this groundbreaking event!
During this insightful event, we will explore the advancements, innovations, and best practices that shape the future of geothermal heat pumps. We will delve into the integration of renewable electricity sources, the optimization of energy systems, and the utilization of thermal underground storage and learn about new heat pump technologies that could play a substantial role in the energy refurbishment of Civil and Historical buildings across Europe. By sharing knowledge, expertise, and experiences, we aim to accelerate the adoption and deployment of geothermal heat pumps throughout Europe.
Get your tickets here: Geothermal Heat Pump Days 2023 Tickets, Thu, Nov 16, 2023 at 9:00 AM | Eventbrite
Call for contributions
If you are interested to present your research or your case study at the Geothermal Heat Pump Days 2023, please submit your aimed contribution in terms of a short abstract (maximum length 2000 characters) to [email protected] by 15 August 2023.
We offer oral presentation and video slots in the format of a recorded micro-presentation, which will be available on the conference website.
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Heilig-Geist-Kapelle i.d. Wirtschaftswissenschaftlichen Fakultät der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin
Spandauer Straße 1