Save the date – HARP will organise an online workshop on extending the energy labelling for existing heating appliances beyond the project on Tuesday 29 March 2022, from 10:00 to 12:00 CET.
What is the aim? The HARP consortium successfully defined energy labelling methodologies for existing heating system, both for space and water heating and aggregated combi systems, harmonized with the EU regulation to label new heating solutions. To operationalize these methodologies the consortium developed the HARP online tool which helps consumers and installers to assess the efficiency of the installed heating appliances and guides the users towards more efficient alternatives. This application has been widely used in the HARP participating countries and the next step now is to offer the opportunity to HARP non-participating countries to replicate the project and make these benefits available to as many people as possible!
What’s on the agenda? The event will be split in two main parts. The first one aims at presenting the HARP project: What needs does it meet? How was the methodology to label the heating systems defined? We will also give an insight into the results in two of the participating countries: Italy and Portugal. The second part will focus on the implementation of ‘policy adoption scenarios’ in HARP non-participating countries with two case studies: Poland and Greece. These examples will present the challenges and the benefits for replication of HARP results. Finally, a debate will follow, and participants will have the opportunity to ask questions on the project.
Take a look at the agenda!
For whom? Anyone interested in energy topics is welcome. The event is particularly relevant to the national associations, agencies, and stakeholders in the energy sector from HARP non-participating countries as this is the opportunity to learn more about the project, its results and how the labelling methodologies can be adapted and implemented in other EU Member States.
How to participate? The workshop will take place online on Tuesday March 29th, from 10:00 to 12:00 CET. You can register here!