CPD 1. Features of GAHP

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CPD Training 1: Features of Gas Fired Absorbation Heat Pump Technology

Organisation profile:

Origen Energy Ltd is a leading Irish renewable energy & district heating specialist company. Our focus is to provide quality engineered solutions that lower energy costs, offer maximum efficiency and comfort. We ensure projects are as energy efficient as possible, comply with energy regulations & deliver a reduced carbon footprint. We design and supply fully engineered renewable energy solutions and can offer in house specialists including design engineers, CAD technicians & system specialists.

Training aim:

To empower & impart all attendees with an understanding & appreciation of the variables involved for designing and sizing thermal system’s employing gas fired absorption heat pump technology.

Learning objectives:

Upon completion all attendees should have a greater understanding and knowledge of the influential design parameters involved when designing and sizing systems employing gas fired absorption heat pumps.

Course outline:

Natural Gas Fired Heat Pumps Overview
Comparision Electric Heat Pumps Vs. Gas Fired Heat Pumps
Future Market & Technology Trends For Heating Systems

Trainer's profile:

Peter Mulvihill is the Technical Manager for Origen Energy; his responsibilities include organizing large scale projects, design of renewable, conventional systems and ensuring the projects are carried out in accordance with company quality control standards.

Peter is a graduate of DIT Bolton St., a qualified mechanical & electrical engineer specializing in building services, and a member the Institute of Engineers of Ireland.

Course duration:

60 Minutes

Assessment & certification:

An individual CPD Certificate will be issued to attendee’s upon successful completion, signed by trainer.

Certificates account for 0.25 CPD Credits.

Who should attend:

  • Building Services Engineers
  • Architects
  • Individual’s involved in the Engineering & Construction industry who may be responsible for or come into contact with heat pumps as part of their employment.