London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
Director of Star Renewable Energy, Dave Pearson, will be conducting the tour and providing an insight into the technology used, the implications of the design from a practical perspective, and the challenges involving the delivery of a large scale heat pump with a COP of over 3. Guests are expected from all over the world to take part in this exclusive renewable energy event.
The programme will include participative discussions aimed at exploring avenues and opportunities to replicate the successful deployment of this type of green technology in the UK: “Our Neatpump heat pump technology could heat any large building in the UK. Ideally suited to those with a heating bill over £100k/a, we believe sources of heat are widespread across Britain, we just need some joined up thinking”, says Dave Pearson.
District Heat Pumps for residential and commercial buildings are becoming increasingly popular due to the high percentage of energy used for heating in UK – over 50% - and the increased level of environmental awareness within society.
A few spaces are still available for the tour and anyone is welcome to attend.
Meet the people who made this possible, visit the installation and discover the world’s largest ammonia heat pump at 90°C by taking part in this fascinating technological adventure.
To join, simply contact Astrid Prado at aprado(at)star-ref(dot)co(dot)uk.
About Dave Pearson:
Dave Pearson is an expert in Renewable Heating and has spoken at several occasions on Natural District Heat Pumps at several events, including Scottish Renewables Annual Conference and their Heat and BioEnergy event, the UK District Energy Association, and a number of universities around the country.
Dave’s heatpump blog is at http://www.tinyurl.com/heatpump-blog with entries themed on Abba, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Father Ted and Captain Caveman. A “seriously light hearted review” of this emerging industry.
Dave Pearson will be speaking at the forthcoming events:
Scottish Renewables Heat & Bioenergy Conference 2014
Scottish Renewables Annual Conference, Exhibition & Dinner 2014