Vilter Manufacturing LLC, part of the Emerson Climate Technologies business segment, will join Juneau Hydropower and Juneau District Heating at the International District Energy Association (IDEA) annual conference and trade show on June 21 in St. Paul, Minn., to present on a district heating solution using a seawater heat pump system fueled by clean hydropower.
This presentation falls under the cities and low carbon solutions track within the IDEA 2016 mission of “embracing change to explore emerging technologies, innovative policies and connect with global leaders advancing a new energy paradigm for cities, communities and campuses” according to the show website
“IDEA 2016 is the perfect platform for presenting this innovative suite of technology that will significantly lower the heating costs in Alaska’s capital city,” said Thomas Hoopes, director, business development, Vilter Manufacturing LLC.
Seawater heat pump technology has evolved to a new level, producing heat above 180 degrees Fahrenheit without directly burning fossil fuels or emitting greenhouse gases. This transformative technology lowers heating costs while attaining a sustainable zero carbon emission heating system.
Source: Emerson Climate Technologies