- SBN 978-92-78-43664-3, SBN 978-92-78-43665-0, SBN 978-92-78-43663-6, ISSN 2599-8285, ISSN 2599-8293, ISSN 2599-8293, doi:10.2830/810124, doi:10.2830/450421, doi:10.2830/091569, ZZ-AK-23-013-EN-C, ZZ-AK-23-013-EN-Q, ZZ-AK-23-013-EN-N
- Publication date
- 23 October 2023
- European Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency
The EU’s Heat Pump Action Plan to accelerate roll-out across the EU includes the Heat Pump Accelerator partnership that will bring together the Commission, EU Member States, industry experts, financial institutions and training providers from across the entire heat pump value chain.
Heat pumps using green electricity can therefore play a major role in supporting this goal. Heat pumps offer a mature technology that is more efficient than using boilers, by extracting energy from the outside air or ground to warm the inside of a home or workspace. They can also work in reverse, to cool a building by transferring heat from indoors to the outside air or into the ground. Heat pumps have an important role to play in our net zero future.
This new brochure showcases seven projects managed by CINEA and funded under the Horizon 2020 research and innovation funding programme, which demonstrate the EU’s firm commitment to expanding the heat pump sector.
This Results Pack is available in six languages (DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, PL).