Surface Water Source Heat Pump Systems: An introduction
Who Should Attend
A full overview and agenda, need to know information, and booking instructions can be found on the individual upcoming course pages. Click on a course below to view.
This course is available as an In-house course only
- An overview of the heat pump sector
- What is a heat pump system and where does it differ from existing HVAC systems?
- Ground vs Water source
- Possible applications of heat pumps
- Developing a brief (i.e. Stage 1)
- Energy strategy – how ground/water source heat pumps can help
- Environmental considerations / strategies
- Developing an outline scheme
- Developing a business case
- Economic benefits
- Environmental benefits
- Planning/legislative requirements
- Using the Code of Practice
Heat pumps are a low carbon technology which will play an important role in the UK’s future energy strategy and this course will inform participants on the best methods for employing this technology. For building owners/operators/users heat pumps can offer an efficient and therefore economic source of renewable heating and/or cooling as well as benefits in terms of government incentives, planning approval and reputation.
The 2008 Climate Change Act established the world’s first legally binding climate change target; the aim is to reduce the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% (from the 1990 baseline) by 2050. Moving to a more energy efficient, low carbon economy will help to meet this target, reduce local emissions and improve air quality. It will also ensure the UK becomes less reliant on fossil fuels and consequently less vulnerable to energy price rises.
- This course provides an overview of ground and water source heat pump schemes, aimed at building owners or those involved in developing energy strategies. It outlines the key benefits and challenges of this technology and different ways it can be applied.
- The course uses the newly published Code of Practice on surface water source heat pumps to provide examples and structure, and outlines how the code of practice could be used as a tool for procurement and contractual arrangements.
Course includes CP2 publication
Who Should Attend
- building owners / developers / facilities managers
- planners / local authorities
- energy strategy / sustainability consultants
Registration will be at 09.30
Start Time: 10.00
Latest Finish: 16:30 (depending on Q & A)
- Members Rate: £336 (£280 ex VAT)
- Standard Rate: £372 (£310 ex VAT)
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