We would like to announce that the online registration for the IEA Heat Pump Conference 2020 is now open. Authors and persons wishing to participate in the conference, please register on the Conference website.
Hope to see you in Korea in May!
About the 13th IEA Heat Pump Conference 2020 in Korea
On May 11-14, 2020, it is time to gather the world’s driving forces, researchers and industry people in the area of heat pumping technologies under the theme “Heat Pumps – Mission for the Green World”. The international heat pump conference “IEA Heat Pump Conference” which is held every three years, is this time located on the beautiful island of Jeju, southwest of the Korean Peninsula.
IEA Heat Pump Conference 2020
The IEA Technology Collaboration Programme on Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT TCP) operates under the International Energy Agency, as a non-profit organization where member-country participants cooperate in projects in the field of heat pumps and related heat pumping technologies such as air conditioning and refrigeration. The program carries out a strategy to accelerate heat pump use in all applications where they can reduce energy consumption for the benefit of the environment.
This event is the world’s premier event where industry and research experts go to discuss the latest advancements in the field of heat pumps. Focused primarily on technical applications, the event provides a side opportunity for dialogue and the establishment of business and research partnerships.
The Heat Pump Conference is also a key event for policymakers, executives and representatives from industry, utilities and the public sector, R&D managers and technology supporters, energy managers, planners, consultants, etc. This is the place to be for all those who wish to learn about the market trends and the future applications of heat pumps.
South Korea is the Conference host
The conference, which is held every three years, is for the first time hosted by South Korea. The event is being held at the Ramada Plaza Hotel, located on the green island of Jeju, southwest of the Korean Peninsula. The hotel is beautifully located by the old port of Jeju city and easily reached from Jeju Airport.
Jeju Island is a popular tourist destination among domestic and international travelers alike for its beautiful and pristine natural scenery. The island is home to a number of UNESCO-designated World Natural Heritage sites such as Manjanggul Cave and Seongsan Ilchulbong Peak, as well as distinct tourist attractions like the numerous oreums (Jeju dialect for small volcanic cones) scattered around the island. Apart from its stunning natural environment, Jeju is also known for dishes made with fresh and savory local products and seafood. In addition to the opportunity to visit attractions, the conference participants will also be offered technical tours.