The International Energy Agency (IEA) Heat Pumping Technologies (HPT) program, https://heatpumpingtechnologies.org/, is one of 38 active Technology Collaboration Programmes (TCP, https://www.iea.org/tcp/) organized under the auspices of the IEA. IEA-HPT was founded in 1978. There are currently 17 countries participating in this TCP: Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Germany, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom and the United States. The nation of Estonia is planning to join soon.
IEA-HPT is a non-profit organization working in the field of heat pumping technologies, i.e. all technologies where heat is pumped from a lower temperature level to a higher one, such as heat pumps, air conditioning and refrigeration. It focuses on heat pump applications ranging from building comfort cooling & heating to commercial and industrial refrigeration to industrial processes. The programme carries out a strategy to accelerate the use of heat pumping technologies in all applications where they can reduce energy consumption and increase the use of renewal energy sources for the benefit of the environment.
The HPT is managed by an Executive Committee (ExCo) composed of delegates representing the member countries. Mr. Stephan Renz of Switzerland is chair of the HPT ExCo and Mr. Antonio Bouza (US DOE Building Technologies Office) is the US delegate. The ExCo meets twice each year and the fall 2019 meeting is being hosted by Mr. Bouza and the U.S. National Team (USNT, https://usnt.ornl.gov/) for the IEA-HPT at the National Institute of Standards and Technology. The meeting will run three days with the first day devoted to a workshop covering the current status and trends of the US heat pump market and related R&D activities. Days 2 and 3 will be devoted to the ExCo business sessions.
Bldg. 101 (Administration Building)
Lecture Room D (ground floor)
Day 1, November 12, 2019
2020 IEA Heat Pump Conference IOC meeting
07:30-09:30 IOC meeting, closed session
US workshop agenda
9:30 Coffee, snacks
10:00 Welcome from host – Tony Bouza
10:15 Welcome from NIST – Andy Persily
10:30 Overview US market (equipment types, shipment history, etc.) – Melissa Lapsa
11:00 Presentation by Daikin US
11:30 AHRTI Refrigerants R&D – TBD
12:00 Purdue heat pump & refrigerants related R&D – Eckhard Groll
12:30 Lunch, NIST cafeteria / networking
13:45 Univ of MD/contributions to Annex 53 & 54 – Reinhard Radermacher/Yunho Hwang
14:15 DOE/BTO/ORNL /contributions to Annex 53 – Ayyoub Momen/Brian Fricke
14:45 EPRI advanced heat pump proposal/spec – Ron Domitrovic
15:15 NIST flammable refrigerants R&D & lab tour – Greg Linteris
16:00 Tour NIST NZERTF, including Annex 49 project activities –Vance Payne/Brian Dougherty
Day 2, November 13; IEA-HPT Executive Committee business meeting begins
08:00 Business meeting, open session (guests welcome)
11:30 Lunch, NIST cafeteria
12:30 Business meeting, open session continues (guests welcome)
15:00 All tour participants on bus for transport to University of MD, College Park, MD
16:00 Tour UoMD labs
18:30 All tour participants on bus for transport to restaurant
18:45 ExCo dinner @ The Hotel, Old Maryland Grill
21:00 All on bus for return to Gaithersburg hotels
Day 3, November 14; IEA-HPT Executive Committee business meeting concludes
08:00 Business meeting, open session concludes if needed (guests welcome)
10:00 Business meeting, closed session
11:30 Lunch, NIST cafeteria
12:30 Business meeting, closed session
16:00 ExCo meeting adjourns
16:15 Return to Gaithersburg hotels or airport(s)
2 Montgomery Village Ave.
Gaithersburg, MD 20879
620 Perry Parkway
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
204 Boardwalk Place
Gaithersburg, MD 527-9000
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