Situated in the heart of the center of Rotterdam just next to the current marketplace, the new Markthal exchanges of hot and cold air between the shops and apartments and the thermal storage with heat pumps.
The Large Scale Gothenburg Heat Pump (160 MW) is part of already existing technologies and has been in use for more than 30 years, playing a central and vital part of the district heating system of Gothenburg.
Drammen has an installed capacity of 13.2 MW from heat pumps and 30 MW from fossil fuel, the system meets the heat demand of a community of 63,000 people and its businesses.
Ittech, nearby Gent in Belgium, provides ‘Interval Training Technologies’ for race horses. They installed a geothermal heat pump, the NIBE F1345– 30 kW, which has two separate compressor modules. One is used for the sanitary hot water and pool, the other for heating of the training hall.
This privately funded project completed in 2013, is located in Greven, North Rhein-Westphalia. Its heat pump constellation produces a total of ca. 135kW for central heating.
Heat pumps reduce 9.16 million tons of CO2 in the EU each year! To celebrate their role in the energy transition, Revolve is judging a photo contest as part of the ‘Heat Pump City of the Year’ award. The winner will be part of a photo exhibition that Revolve will showcase in front of the European Parliament during EU Sustainable Energy Week 2015.
From the shortlisted projects above, the most inspiring picture will be awarded by EHPA and Revolve before the 8th European Heat Pump Forum.