About the event
The Role of Heat Pumps in Decarbonisation online conference is aimed at anyone with an interest in using vapour compression technologies (such as high-temperature heat pumps) to decarbonise their process or space heating requirements.
It will cover both industrial and residential heat pump technologies and includes space heating and water heating applications.
Presentations will cover all elements of the decarbonisation HTHP journey from inception through to installation – what to know, what to avoid and what to expect.
Date: 28 October 2021
Organised by EECA and Massey University.
|Link:||To be advised||Date:||28 October 2021|
|9:30am||Registration plus house keeping|
|10:00am||Martin Atkins||University of Waikato||Decarbonising Process Heat|
|10:20am||Michael Walmsley||University of Waikato||Overview of Ahuora Programme|
|10:40am||Don Cleland||Massey University||Matching Heat Pumps to Heating and Cooling Profiles in the NZ Food Processing Sector|
|11:20am||Adrian Dickison, Eleanor Grant, Sarah Bacon||BECA||Heat Pumps, Carbon and Ca$h: Tips, tricks and applications|
|11:40am||Brian Rees||McAlpine Hussmann||Self Contained Refrigerated Display Cabinet (RDC) Project - Supporting Decarbonisation|
|12:00pm||Richard Salt, Vincent Brockerhoff||Skope Industries||Skope Two Door Cooler History|
|1:00pm||Sam Lowrey||University of Otago||Development of 3D Printed Energy Recovery Heat Exchangers for Improved Dehumidification|
|1:20pm||Richard Love||Massey University||Condensing Temperature Tradeoffs in Heat Recovery from Refrigeration|
|1:40pm||John Cavill, Dick Johnston||Black Diamond Technologies||Domestic Hot Water Heat Pumps|
|2:00pm||Tim Walmsley||University of Waikato||Transcritical Heat Pumps|
|2:40pm||Jack Young||Energy NZ||Creating a business case for Heat Pumps in industrial applications|
|3:00pm||Mike Odey||Mike Odey||An example processing plant hot water supply ammonia heat pump modelled for new industrial plant integration|
|3:20pm||Patrick Dempsey||Fonterra||Fonterra project|
|3:40pm||Zhifa Sun||University of Otago||Industrial Heat Pump Drying Processes|
|4:00pm||IIR AGM (until 5pm)|
*Note agenda details may change prior to event