The city of Drammen in Norway enjoys cheaper, cleaner heat thanks to a river source heatpump. Big water source heat pumps can deliver low cost, low carbon heating for any European city with a river.
London, United Kingdom (PRWEB) April 20, 2015
The summit brings together the leaders of central and southeast Europe cities, senior officials of the EC and the European Parliament, international organizations and investors. The event provides an opportunity to exchange capital ideas for the future, strengthen regional cooperation and encourage economic exchange and investment.
Dave Pearson, Director of SRE says, “The city of Drammen in Norway enjoys cheaper, cleaner heat thanks to a river source heatpump. It is probably the most advanced and efficient district heating system in Scandinavia. Big water source heat pumps can deliver low cost, low carbon heating for any European city with a river. In Drammen this means 80% cheaper than gas, and 100% cleaner.”
The innovations that make the Neatpump the most energy efficient, natural refrigerant powered heat pump system on the planet are the use of ammonia, a non-ozone depleting refrigerant with zero global warming potential and the capability to heat up to 90ºC. Commercial heat pumps use HFCs, potent greenhouse gases which use more electricity. Most heat at a maximum of just 65ºC.
“Any European city should be able to make use of its own natural resources to save both money and the environment,” says Pearson.
Dave Pearson will be speaking on Thursday 23rd April at the Capital City Mayors Conference, between 12:30 and 1:50pm. He will be joined by Michal Olszewski (Deputy Mayor of Warsaw), Momir Stanojević (Elnos Group) and Costin Berevoianu (Personal Adviser to the General Mayor of Bucharest). The panel will be followed by an open discussion.
To join the Summit and for more information, visit http://www.capitalsummit.org.
There is also wider opportunity to hear about the proven solution at the 8th European Heatpump Summit in Brussels on 28th May.