Heat Pump Choices


Heat pumps and saving energy in a domestic environment are frequently in the media. This webinar will help homeowners understand how heat pumps work, how they are designed and installed and why they are a good option for improving energy efficiency.

Dates Thursday, January 20, 2022 - Download as vCalendar
Event Times: 18:30
Venue Online
Contact Name David Blake
Email artisanpin@gmail.com
Website Event website

Event details:

We will also investigate alternative low carbon heating options and some new technology which will be followed by a Q&A with the audience. Our speaker, Warren Pope, will look at what heat pumps are available and how they work. He will also consider if heat pumps are the only option and answer some common "is it true?" questions.

Warren Pope is the Retrofit Project Manager with RetrofitWorks Ltd seeking to design and implement an energy efficient retrofit programme in Cambridgeshire. This is part of the Eastern New Energy research collaboration which aims to roll out the retrofit project using industry leading tools to analyse the regional housing stock, build a locally led cooperative membership and support the local region in meeting carbon emission targets. Warren is an ESOS Lead Assessor for buildings, processes and transport with extensive experience in the built environment, including technology consultancy for the selection of renewable technology, energy management and retrofit.

This event will be recorded and become available on YouTube at
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKqRqghVKrnMhQpbm54PYJQ

You can get further details and book on Meetup at https://www.meetup.com/Cambridge-IET-Engineering-and-Technology-Meetup/events/282819529/  or make a booking with the IET at https://localevents.theiet.org/67fa28

 

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