June 05, 2023
Engineering a Green Future and Engaging the Heat Pump Market
At Infinitas Design, we’re often on the move. Whether attending events nationwide, participating in industry webinars, judging STEM competitions, or celebrating women in engineering, we embrace every opportunity to engage and innovate. But let’s clear the air: while we’re passionate about these activities, they represent only the tip of the iceberg of what we do.
We are Engineers at Heart
At our core, we are engineers. We design innovative heat pump solutions for commercial and industrial projects, helping our customers eliminate carbon emissions from heating, hot water, and cooling. By replacing fossil fuels with heat pumps, we’re creating a more sustainable, green future.
We offer a comprehensive range of services to support this mission. From conducting site surveys and feasibility studies to calculating heat loss, energy modelling and decarbonisation plans, we tailor our efforts to ensure your project achieves its objectives, reduces your carbon footprint, and meets your sustainability targets.
Engaging the Heat Pump Market: A Webinar with H&V News and RAC Magazine
Today, we bring our passion and expertise to the virtual stage, participating in a heating and ventilation webinar hosted by H&V News and Altecnic at 2:30 pm BST. This roundtable panel discussion will examine recent and upcoming changes in the UK heat pump market and address skills and technical challenges in optimising heat pump performance.
With a distinguished panel featuring myself, Ed, Nathan Van Gambling, and Codrina Cretu from the innovation charity Nesta, we look forward to a dynamic conversation. We’ll explore government initiatives, industry efforts, and commercial packages aimed at expanding heat pump use. Moreover, we will dive deep into crucial factors necessary for reaching the goal of installing 600,000 heat pumps annually by 2028.
Following the first Q&A, Altecnic will present insights on the impacts of components on getting the most out of heat pumps.
Tackling Technical Challenges: Optimising Heat Pump Performance
In our final session, starting around 3:15 pm BST, we’ll dig into the practicalities of heat pump systems. We’ll discuss system design, effective use of components, and the role of training and skill-building for installers and engineers.
There are critical issues and considerations to address at the design and installation stages. We’ll closely examine the role of components in the performance of heat pumps, along with the broader move to low-carbon heat and buildings. Is there a skills gap or shortfall in the industry? And how can we, as manufacturers and industry leaders, adapt to optimise heat pump systems for different properties?
By 2028, our goal is not just about increasing heat pump installations. We aim to enhance installer capabilities and foster a greater understanding of how to optimise heat pump systems.
The webinar begins at 2.30 pm and will draw to a close by 4 pm BST. We look forward to sharing our insights, answering your questions, and working together towards a more sustainable future for all. To join us on this exciting journey, register for the webinar here.