As a leading name in the UK’s renewable heating technology sector, Star Renewable Energy is excited to announce it is exhibiting at the EuroHeat & Power Congress in Glasgow on 14-17 May 2017. The company will be reveiling information on its plans to install a large scale water source heat pump on the River Clyde to provide heating and hot water for homes and buildings in the the Gorbals area of Glasgow.
Star Renewable Energy is planning to be a fundamental part of the Euroheat & Power Congress, exhibiting and delivering industry seminars on large scale heat pumps for district heating and industrial processes. The esteemed industry event includes an exhibition, expert speakers and a programme of social events to encourage everyone in the wider energy industry to connect and share innovations. The exhibition and seminars take place on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th May, and SRE will be welcoming attendees at stand 503.
Dave Pearson of Star Renewable Energy said, “The EuroHeat & Power Congress is a really important event on the industry calendar and we’re thrilled to be taking part in such a significant way. We’re looking forward to sharing our low carbon heat pump technology and exhibiting at the renewable industry event in our hometown of Glasgow.”
““The announcement of Low Carbon Infrastructure Investment funding by Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is a prime example of the commitment to decarbonising heat in Scotland and we are delighted to be involved in the Gorbals project and will share details of the plans at EuroHeat and Power.”
“Star’s homegrown water source heat pumps have been in used for almost a decade now, effectively delivering low carbon, low cost heat to towns, hospitals, schools, and business in Europe. We hope that sharing our vast knowledge and experience of the technology contributes to its long-awaited uptake throughout the UK.”
The congress schedule takes place over four days and includes a variety of learning opportunities and social exchanges. From keynote speeches and dialogue sessions to awards ceremonies and whisky tasting evenings, EuroHeat 2017 looks set to be one of the most exciting business events of the year.
The main congress and exhibition events take place on 15-16 May at SECC Glasgow. The official welcome reception is held on Sunday 14th May and the last day of the event, Wednesday 14th May, is reserved for site visits.
For more information about the EuroHeat & Power Congress 2017 and to register to attend, visit the website: http://www.ehpcongress.org
To find more about Star Renewable Energy and the company’s innovative heat pumps, go to www.neatpumps.com