Demonstrating Heat Pumps – a workshop - Bristol

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In person event - limited numbers!
Note: This is a physical in-person event.  Current Covid-19 guidelines will be followed, with relevant social distancing measures in place.

Welcoming delegates to The Green Register’s first in-person event in many months, Optimum Energy Solutions will share with us their demonstration Air Source Heat Pump, aboard a specially fitted trailer. The working ASHP unit comes with system controller and fan coils units to allow a live and interactive demonstration. A non-working Ground Source Heat Pump will be presented alongside to generate a comparative discussion between the two types led by Clive Archer and Marc Youle-Grayling of Optimum.

Joining us to share their extensive experience of successful heat pump installation are James McNamara from Bounty Energy Solutions and John Felgate, Chairman at the Heat Pump Association. James and John will give consideration to existing conditions and services within the building, outline the pitfalls to avoid and offer guidance on making the appropriate system choices for the building.

The session will cover:

  • What are heat pumps and how do they work?
  • Advantages and disadvantages of different systems
  • Installation guidelines
  • Air Source vs. Ground Source
  • Live Air Source Heat Pump demonstration
  • Q&A and discussion

Programme

  • 17.00 – Welcome and refreshments
  • 17.05-18.00 – Presentations
  • 18.00 – Heat pump demonstrations
  • 18.30 – Q&A, discussion

About the Speakers

James McNamara, Bounty Energy Solutions

James is an independent installer & will be offering advice, pros & cons from the installers point of view.

John Felgate, Technical Director, Stiebel Eltron and Chairman, Heat Pump Association

Clive Archer, Director, Optimum Energy Solutions

Clive has been involved in the heat pump sector for more than fifteen years working on Air, Ground and Water Source heat pump systems in the UK. Clive has been responsible for numerous projects up to 680 kilowatt commercial systems as Operations Manager for one of the largest and longest established companies in the UK, responsible for surveying, designing, installation, commissioning and project management. Clive is also a fully qualified DEA and PAS2035 Retrofit Assessor.

Marc Youle-Grayling, Director, Optimum Energy Solutions

Marc has worked in renewable technology for more than fifteen years in the UK and overseas. He designed, specified, and project managed a water source heat pump system for The Salmon Centre on the Isle of Man Laxey which is powered by a hydro plant. He has also developed a unique array to supply the energy source for ground source heat pumps which has been performance validated by the Energy Savings Trust. Marc is also a BPEC accredited Renewable Technology instructor, a published author, and holds a masters in Renewable Solutions and Energy Efficiency in Buildings.

Health & Safety at the session:

This event will take place as an in-person, live session. A risk assessment has been undertaken and social distancing and hygiene measures will be in place. As a result, the number of places will be strictly limited so please book early to secure your place. We thank all delegates in observing health and safety guidelines.

Optimum Energy Solutions – overview of a live heat pump demo

Optimum Energy Solutions has a demo / exhibition trailer fitted with a working Air Source Heat Pump, system controller and Fan Coils Units. It also has a dummy Ground Source Heat Pump. The system also has an internet connection so remote operation and monitoring can also be shown. Local power is required on site - the system has been designed to run from a standard single phase 230 volt 13 amp domestic supply outlet.

The presentation / demonstration is informal and interactive with questions encouraged throughout with the brief initial presentation lasting no more than 20 minutes followed by the system demo. It will generally cover the following aspects:

  • Heating systems: the most important aspect of ANY system
  • Heat pumps: what are they and how do they work?
  • Pros & cons
  • Must do’s: all technologies
  • Air Source Heat Pumps verses Ground Source
  • Actual demonstration of live unit
  • Q & A throughout
When
September 8th, 2020 5:00 PM through  7:00 PM
Location
Urbane Eco
Unit 15 Avon Valley Business Park
St. Annes
Bristol, BS4 4EU
United Kingdom
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Event Fee(s)
Members £ 25.00
Non-Members £ 35.00

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