The presentations of IEA HPT TCP High-Level Heat Pump Event, 21.5.2019, are available

High-Level National Heat Pump Event Espoo 21.5.2019, presentations

Finland organized the Executive Committee, ExCo -meeting of IEA HPT TCP (Heat Pumping Technologies on Technology Collaboration Program, in Espoo. In IEA HPT TCP there are 16 participating countries (Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Germany, Japan, Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, United States). In the Executive committee meeting, there are about 40 participants, Delegates, Alternate delegates and Operating agents of Annexies.

Day before IEA HPT TCP ExCo-meeting the delegacy of Finland organizes a High-Level National Heat Pump Workshop for ExCo -participants. Heat Pump 2019 was open and free also for Finnish heat pump actors, politicians, media, students and other heat-pump-enthusiastic.

From the links in the program below you find the presentations.


Energy politics in Finland and the role of heat pumps, Timo Ritonummi, Deputy Director General Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment  

IEA Technology Collaboration Programme on Heat Pumping Technologies, Stephan Benz, Chairman of the Executive Committee, IEA HPT TCP

How can Finland benefit from the energy transition? Armi Temmes, Professor of Practice, Aalto University

The roles users play in expanding Heat Pump markets – Case Finland Professor Sampsa Hyysalo & Professor Jouni Juntunen, Aalto University

Towards deeper geothermal sources: Observations, ideas and challenges, PhD Lasse Ahonen, Geological Survey of Finland

Heat Pump Market in Finland, Jussi Hirvonen, Finnish Heat Pump Association SULPU ry

Specialties/cases of the Finnish Heat Pump Market

Heat from 6 kilometers deep hole. Otaniemi project status. Tero Saarno, ST1 Oy

700.000 Air to air heat Pumps, Mikko Sandberg, Scanoffice Oy

Exhaust and ground source heat pumps saving district heating, Jussi Kummu, Nibe Energy Systems Oy

Heating and cooling of a shopping center, Timo Koljonen, Adven Oy

Ground source heating and cooling in Aalto University Campus, Antti Säynäjoki, Aalto University Campus & Real Estate ACRE

Combined cooling and District Heating, Martti Kukkola, Oilon Oy