Heat Pump Victorian Site Tour Series 2024

IN PERSON: This site tour series of Heat Pump Visits around Melbourne brought to you in collaboration with AIRAH and A2EP.







  Heat Pump Site Tour Series 2024

This event is part of a series of Heat Pump Site Visits around Melbourne and will be an excellent opportunity to network, bringing together consultants, facility managers, energy assessors and regulators. 

Heat pumps are energy-efficient heating and cooling systems that can extract heat from the air, water, or ground and transfer it from one place to another. They work on the principle of thermodynamics, using a small amount of energy to move heat from a low-temperature reservoir to a high-temperature reservoir, making the transfer of heat more efficient than generating it directly.

There are several types of heat pumps in a range of applications that our site tours will explore:

Air Source Heat Pumps: These are the most common type and extract heat from the outdoor air. They can be used for both heating and cooling purposes and are relatively easy to install.

Ground Source Heat Pumps: Also known as geothermal heat pumps, these systems extract heat from the ground or a body of water, such as a pond or lake. They are highly efficient but require more installation effort and cost compared to air source heat pumps.

Water Source Heat Pumps: These extract heat from a water source, such as a well, lake, or river. They are similar to ground source heat pumps but utilize water as the heat exchange medium.

Heat Pump Site Tours

Heat pumps offer several benefits, including energy efficiency, lower operating costs compared to traditional heating and cooling systems, and environmental friendliness, as they can reduce greenhouse gas emissions by using renewable heat sources. However, their efficiency may vary depending on factors such as climate, installation quality, and system size.

*Limited to facility management professionals so be sure to register to secure your spot today!


Site Tour              Date

Member Pricing
(incl. GST)

Trinity College (Melbourne University) & RMIT University

Wednesday 10 July 2024
8.00am - 12.00pm
 Site Tour, Workshop, Training, Morning Tea


 Northcote Aquatic Centre Wednesday 24 July 2024
3.30pm - 5.00pm
 Site Tour and Networking $99.00

Brimbank Aquatic & Wellness Centre

Wednesday 7 August 2024
7.30am - 9.00am
Site Tour Only


101 & 530 Collins Street
Saint + Rogue 
Thursday 19 September
3.30pm - 5.30pm
Site Tour 
Networking Drinks

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10/07/2024 11:00 AM - 1/10/2024 5:00 PM
Melbourne VIC 3000 AUSTRALIA
Registration not available.