heat pumps

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These French professional rules concern building systems with air to water heat pumps (<50 kW) that are used for heating (or heating and cooling) in new houses.The rules include three parts in three separate documents:- The first part (73 pages) describes rules for designing and dimensioning the heating system (heat pump, auxiliary heating source, hydronic circuit, heat emitters, controls). Heat emitters may be hot water radiators, heated floor or fan coil units.- The second part (98 pages) describes rules for installation and commissioning of the system.
Post date: 23 Led 2014
Type: Publication

Post date: 15 Led 2014
Type: Event

Post date: 15 Led 2014
Type: Event

In this slide presentation, ADENE (Portuguese Agency for Energy) explains the requirements of the EPBD (Directive 2002/91/CE) concerning heat pumps and especially their inspection as part of the air conditioning systems.
Post date: 14 Led 2014
Type: Publication

Introduction  
Post date: 17 Pro 2013
Type: Publication

This scheme is now closed. It has been replaced by the certification of installers of renewable heat with permissions VP according to the Renewable Directive and Boverket's Regulations BFS 2014: 4 CIN 2. For more information click here.   The requirements for certification as a heat pump installer through INCERT (Installations Certifiering i Stockholm AB) are the following:  
Post date: 29 Říj 2013
Type: Odkaz

This course is part of the EUCert programme of the European Heat Pump Association. The EUCERT programme aims at training and educating heat pump installers throughout Europe. The goal is to not only mark quality products but also promote a qualified workforce, since even an extremely well-running heat pump can lose a lot of its efficiency if not properly installed. The Slovak Association for Cooling and Air-Conditioning (SZ CHKT) offers accredited heat pump installer training in accordance with EHPA standards 
Post date: 29 Říj 2013
Type: Odkaz

This scheme is now closed.   This course is part of the EUCert programme of the European Heat Pump Association.   Under the umbrella of EUCERT consortium, the German Heat Pump Association (BWP) developed a 40-hour course, the contents of which include heat pump technology and investment planning, heating engineering, building physics, geological expertise and introduction in renewable energy.  
Post date: 28 Říj 2013
Type: Odkaz

Finland is part of the European EUCERT heat pump installers certification system.   Training according to EUCERT includes written and practical examination with focus on heat pump technology, but it also has elements of marketing concepts, electrical safety, energy efficiency and environmental impact related to heat pumps.   More information can be found at: http://www.ehpa.org/european-certified-hp-installer/ 
Post date: 28 Říj 2013
Type: Odkaz

This scheme is now closed.   The Department of Environment of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructure of Luxembourg, in collaboration with the Ministry of Housing, has developed a financial aid plan for energy measures in the housing sector for the period 2013 to 2016. The corresponding Grand Ducal Regulation was published in December 18, 2012.   The scheme covers the following:  
Post date: 24 Říj 2013
Type: Odkaz