8.30 – 10.15
- Onno Kleefkens MSc., Phetradico, Netherlands: Introduction to the IEA TCP Heat Pumping Technologies and the Annex 46
- Prof. Kiyoshi Saito, Waseda University, Japan: History and latest trends of domestic hot water heat pump technologies
- Prof Emilio Navarro Peris, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain: Evaluation of different heat pump systems for sanitary hot water production using natural refrigerants.
- Dr. Pavel Makhnatch, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden: Easy LCCP analysis for Domestic Hot Water Heat Pumps.
10.15 – 10.45 - Coffee Break
10.45 – 12.00
- Dr. Kashif Nawaz, Oak Ridge National Laboratory: The roadmap of refrigerants for heat pump water heating- Challenges and Opportunities.
- Prof. Pedro G. Vicente Quiles, Universidad Miguel Hernández, Spain: Heat Pumps supported by Photovoltaics for Sanitary Hot Water Production
- Prof. Neil Hewitt, Ulster University, UK: Advanced vapour compression and/or sorption heat pumps with minimum compact thermal storage for DHW.
- Dr. Cordin Arpagaus, NTB Interstaatliche Hochschule für Technik Buchs, Switzerland, Review of modelling methodologies for Domestic Hot Water Heat Pumps
12:00-12:30 Panel Discussion
with all above mentioned presenters plus Dr. Cordin Arpagaus, NTB Interstaatliche Hochschule für Technik Buchs
The objective is to present the final report on the work done under the HPT-Annex 46 on Domestic Hot Water Heat Pumps. Based upon scenarios on future developments an R&D Roadmap will be presented challenging experts for further work.
The HPT Annex 46 (www.hpt-annex46.org) focuses on increasing the knowledge on hot water heat pumps, as these are becoming with the lower energy use for space heating the dominant energy factor in domestic buildings. Scenarios have been developed and an R&S Roadmap will be presents and discussed.
After Presentations will be given by 7 speakers, the focus will be on the discussion and interaction with experts on the question on how to go forward and on what to do.