The 13th International Energy Agency Heat Pump Conference (HPC2020) scheduled for May 11-14, 2020 in Jeju, South Korea, is postponed to September 26-29, 2021.
Due to the recent outbreak of Coronavirus (Covid-19) in East Asia, the organizing committees concluded to postpone the conference for the safety of delegates. The rescheduling including submission, registration and side events will be announced shortly. Also we will contact all the delegates with full paper submission or pre-registration individually.
Organizing Committee sincerely hope your understanding, and we apologize for any inconvenience caused by the postpone. Even if the conference is delayed, we are confident that the event in September will be even more successful with your continuous support.
Thank you very much.
International Organizing Committee and National Organizing Committee
The 13th IEA Heat Pump Conference
Energy and the environment – two topics that are always of great concern to human beings. Heating and cooling play a great role in our daily life, we use a tremendous amount of fossil fuels for heating and cooling. When changing temperature levels using substantial energy input, a heat pump is always recommended as promising technologies against climate change.
With the theme ‘Heat Pumps – Mission for the Green World’, we aim to address global climate change and discuss necessary actions.