Heat pump specialist Econic has responded to increasing demand for its instructional weminars by announcing a year-long programme.
Aimed at installers, consultants, architects and potential clients, Econic has already presented several successful weminars earlier this year.
Its webinars will continue to highlight a range of heat pump issues as well as how the renewable energy technology can cut carbon emissions and save money.
Econic’s md Rob Gardiner announced the new, year-long series of events in response to interest and requests from across the UK and America. The next webinar will deal with the Implications of Parasitic Loads on Efficient System Design and will start at 1pm on Monday, November 25.
Rob Gardiner said: “Our technology and expertise continues to grow and our innovative approach, coupled with a strong record of delivery, is the basis for our continuing success in winning contracts. Our clients trust our technical knowledge and ability to deliver credible and practical solutions, whilst remaining competitive.
“There is no doubt the RHI tariff changes are playing a major part in the increasing interest in the technologies we offer. RHI will continue to be a strong driving force for the sector.
“Potential clients can now clearly see the benefits of ground pump technology as a long-term source of their energy needs.
“We are finding that people are increasingly seeing the benefit of informative sessions but find it difficult to get away from the office. Webinars are proving to be an efficient way of reaching those who are interested in learning from our expertise.
“We are also keen to hear from interested parties if there are particular topics they would like us to cover in our webinars.”
Econic’s webinars are scheduled to be held at 1pm on the last Monday of the month, excluding December. The first heat pump webinar of 2014 will be on Monday, January 27 and will focus on Considerations with Simultaneous Heating and Cooling.
Webinars in the following months will cover Thermal Storage Systems, Process for Evaluation and Selection of Heat Exchangers and Use of Commercially Available Ground Energy Collector (GEC) Software Programmes.
You can sign up for the webinars up to two months in advance at http://www.myriadceg.com/heat-pumps/webinar-registration/