Sweden as a role model for how heat pumps could pave the way and RePowerEU
In the heart of Stockholm the conference Decarbonisation of the European Sector was held on May the 26th . The event is of common interest as IEA and European Union has identified heat pumps as a key technology to RePower EU and to decarbonise the heating sector. Leading policy makers, researchers and industry representatives presented how Sweden decarbonised the heating sector in two decades and their views on the present status and opportunities for heat pumps. Together, we enable tomorrow's sustainable energy solutions.
Organised by RISE, the Swedish National Museum of Science & Technology, The Royal Institute of Technology and NIBE
Below you will find recordings of all the presentations.
Swedish Minister for Energy, Business and Industry and Deputy Prime Minister
Director of Sustainability, Technology & Outlooks IEAT – "The Future of Heat Pumps"
Deputy Director-General – "RePowerEU"
Director Research & Innovation Swedish Energy Agency
President European Heat Pump Association
Caroline Haglund Stignor
RISE – "Innovation Infrastructure Enabling Market Transformation"
Higher Vocational Education Heta Utbildningar
Upgrading Skills – Installation Capacity
Swedish Energy Agency – "Public Energy Counseling – Rising Technology Awareness"
Member of The European Parliament – "Energy Performance of Buildings"
Dr Marek Miara
Fraunhofer Institute – "Real life performance of heat pumps – Overview of results from European field trials"
Professor Royal Institute of Technology – "Technology Status and The Importance of Research"
General Manager Heat Pump Centre – "Technology Collaboration on Heat Pumping Technologies by IEA - How to benefit from global collaboration"
Electricité de France – "The Lights Will Stay On"
Professor Royal Institute of Technology – "The Potential for Demand Side Flexibility offered by Smart Heat pumps"
EON – "The Fifth Generation of District Heating - ECTOGRID"
CEO NIBE Industrier AB – "Closing remarks"