Hydronic Heat Pumps - Proposed Changes to the NCC & VBA Reg

Hydronic Heat Pumps - Proposed Changes to the NCC & VBA Reg
1 CPD Non Technical

Hydronic Heat Pumps - Proposed Changes to the NCC & VBA Reg

27/07/2021 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM AEST 

STIEBEL ELTRON, were one of the first to realise that electricity is the energy source of the future. It's an infinite resource – unlike oil and gas – so it's eco-friendly and ideal for preserving our natural resources. With a rich heritage of more than 95 years in manufacturing innovative home appliances, we're able to offer you products which will make your home or office fit for the future.

 

Sam Frost will answer all of your questions and present:

 

  • An overview and an introduction to the Steibel Eltron range.
  • What hydronic heat pumps are and why they can be used in new and existing buildings in Australia
  • Energy efficiency and heat pumps
  • The benefits heat pumps and Solar PV
  • New products coming soon from the European market.
  • Steibel Eltron design service for building professionals

About the Presenter

 

Sam Frost has come from a background in interior and exterior construction design and sales, working closely in the past with several premium German kitchen, wardrobe and furniture manufacturers on modular and custom fit outs in a variety of residential and commercial spaces.  He joined Stiebel Eltron 2 years ago and had been encouraged by the high uptake of energy efficient all electric solutions offered by Stiebel.  With Australia becoming increasingly more aware of renewable solutions, Sam is a champion of all-electric energy-efficient solutions for homes.  “Designing something to work properly from the start always gives a better outcome than trying to fix a bad design after the fact”
 
Since Joining Stiebel Eltron, Sam has used his contacts and industry knowledge to engage with architects, building designers, builders and trade services to assist in promoting the great range of Stiebel Eltron products out into the broader construction and building design market.
 
Sam has been actively involved with the APHA and continues to follow the increasing trend in Australia towards a better than minimum standard building practice being employed by an increasing number of design professionals.
 

CPD Points: 1 Non Technical CPD point. This will be recorded in Design Matters Members' CPD Manager within 5 business days following the event.

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