Do you have questions about heat pumps and their role in decarbonising homes? At BCCF, we decided that we needed to understand more about them, including how they work, what they look like and where we can put them. And then there’s the cost…
Join us on Wednesday 15th June at 7.30-9.00 when we’ll hear from a founding member of the Heat Pump Federation, Bean Beanland. He’ ll give us a really good grounding in the subject – all you need to know – followed by a Q&A with attendees. So bring your questions! Just register for free to be sent the zoom link a couple of days prior to the event.
More about Bean: Bean has an Honours Degree in Physics from Imperial College, is an Associate of the Royal College of Science, and is a founding member of the Heat Pump Federation (HPF). He has 14-years’ experience in energy and carbon mitigation and in conceptual technology selection, procurement and the installation of mechanical services and renewable technologies. Over this time, Bean has overseen the technology positioning, specification and delivery of a great many heat pump systems, many of which supply heat and potable hot water to Listed and period buildings, and to schools, rural estates and commercial buildings. Bean is a highly active participant in the industry supporting the development of heat pump technology, installer training and standards, and government policy. He is responsible for the lobbying activities of the Heat Pump Federation and for growth in membership.
As usual our events are without charge and open to all, but all donations are always welcome to cover our costs so that we can continue to offer a variety of free events. Thank you and we hope to see you on June 15th.
ALSO A heads up that our July talk (rescheduled due to illness) is from Rosalind Redhead, who will talk about living on One Tonne of Carbon a Year – Wednesday 6th July. Info on that soon.
Here’s the REGISTRATION LINK AGAIN which will allow you to receive the zoom link a couple of days before the event. We hope to see you there.
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