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A2EP site tour: commercial heat pump Installations - Melbourne

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Event description

More and more organisations are looking to heat pumps to efficiently supply heating and cooling services for a range of applications, including commercial applications. Join the A2EP team for a tour of a number of operational heat pumps to see this technology in action. Hear first-hand from end-users and technology providers about what is involved with transitioning to heat pump technologies. 

During this one-day bus tour we will visit a commercial office building, a heat pump training facility and a brewery to see the different commercial heat pumps installed and operating. At Automatic Heating's training facility we'll learn about heat pumps, how they can be installed and what will be required to operate and maintain them. 

The tour will be hosted by A2EP CEO, Jarrod Leak. Lunch and other refreshments will be provided and covered by the tour cost. The tour will also be a great networking opportunity with end-users, suppliers, government and consultants in attendance.

See below for registration costs. 

SPECIAL OFFER: The first ten A2EP Member organisations to register attendees for this tour get one FREE registration (per organisation).

8 out of 10 free tickets for A2EP Members have already been claimed! The ticket cost of one attendee will be refunded after the booking is completed.

Do you work for an organisation that is a Member of A2EP? You can check here.


REGISTRATION COSTS 

A2EP Members: $390 +GST per person

Non-Members: $690 +GST per person


Places are limited. Register now to secure your place.


EVENT SCHEDULE

Tour starts 9:30 am  

  • 530 Collins St commercial building site tour with Energy Smart Water
  • Automatic Heating training centre, Epping
  • Lunch 
  • 3 Ravens brewery site tour and drinks

4:30 pm tour concludes, bus returns to Melbourne CBD.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TOUR SITES

530 Collins Street commercial building

530 Collins Street, Melbourne
This commercial office building is managed by the GPT Group. Technology supplier, Energy Smart Water, will conduct the tour and outline how heat pump systems have been installed at the site to efficient supply domestic hot water for use in bathrooms and kitchen facilities for the tenants. ESW will also discuss how space constraints can be overcome for heat pumps to be used in commercial buildings to deliver energy and emissions savings.

Automatic Heating Training Pod facility



Automatic Heating Training Pod, Epping

Heat pump solution provider, Automatic Heating, will welcome us into its Training Pod and take us through how heat pumps work in a real-world setting with five different heat pump technologies to view, including CO2 and high-temperature heat pumps, and discuss their potential in the realm of sustainable heating solutions. The presentation will also cover the essentials of heat pump selection and system design and practical tips on operating heat pumps.

3 Ravens Brewery brewing hall




3 Ravens Brewery, Thornbury

In collaboration with consultant, Regenerate Engineering, 3 Ravens has undertaken a major energy upgrade as part of expansion plans. This tour will show attendees the chiller heat pump and thermal storage systems which are efficiently using waste heat and cooling in other parts of the process to significantly reduce energy cost. The upgrade is expected to allow 3 Ravens to quadruple production without an increase in energy costs.


A2EP Member organisations eligible discounted registration: 

AGL, Alfa Laval, Australian Meat Processor Corporation, ASED Consulting, Automatic Heating, Azelio, Basil VR Greatrex, Beca, BlueScope, Chudleigh Sutch, CleanCo Queensland, Contract Resources, CSR, Dairy Australia, DETA Consulting, Endress+Hauser, Enel X, Energetics, Energy & Carbon Solutions, Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA), Energy Smart Water, EvoHeat, Flexigen, Flow Power, Fonterra, Glaciem Cooling Technologies, Goodman Fielder, Green Energy & Carbon Management, Griffith University, gTET, Howden, Institute for Sustainable Futures (UTS), Johnson Controls, Keemin Energy Solutions, Lion, Macquarie, Mars, Mayekawa Australia, Metimur, Minus 40, MOV3MENT, Ndevr Environmental, Newheat, Northmore Gordon, Opal, Optimal Group, Piller Blowers & Compressors, pitt&sherry, Regenerate Engineering, RMIT University, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Simble, Simplot, Staughton Group, Sugar Australia, Sydney Water, Tronox, Visy, Windsor Engineering.

Learn more about heat pumps and thermal storage on the A2EP website and on A2EP's website dedicated to these technologies, FutureHeat.

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Learn more about these events and A2EP at www.a2ep.org.au



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