- The project, financed with almost 1 million euros, has focused on three pilot regions in Austria, Spain and Ireland.
The European project HP4All, financed by the Horizon 2020 program of the European Union, and made up of a consortium of 7 expert entities, has organized its event on Wednesday 8 and Thursday 9 February that puts the finishing touch to two and a half years of work.
HP4All has developed a set of tools and resources aimed at different interest groups. The package includes a heat pump skills framework to facilitate common heat pump competencies and, from an end-user perspective, a Heat Pump Digital Knowledge Center will also be created to provide guidance and support.
The project has had three pilot regions in Austria, Spain and Ireland with the aim of driving a change in the market, influencing end-user decisions and planning new innovations.
Conference "Promoting the supply and demand of professional skills and abilities for the large-scale installation of heat pumps in the EU"
During the day of February 8, the conference "Promoting the supply and demand of professional skills and abilities for the large-scale installation of heat pumps in the EU" was held.
The speakers will share recommendations for tools and resources to be used by the different interested parties related to heat pumps.
The event has been organized in a hybrid way, in person at the Hotel Inglaterra in Seville and with streaming.
This event has been organized by CTA, in collaboration with Sustainable Innovations (SIE), both partners of the HP4All project.