For two days, all HP4ALL consortium members were reunited to present the future work each one is going to develop to achieve the goals of the project.

On September 28 and October 7, Limerick Institute of Technology, as coordinators of HP4ALL and responsible for Increasing the end-user demand for Heat Pumps (HP) skills; the International Research Center, who will be working on the analysis of the barriers and skills analysis; the European Heat Pump Association leading competency & excellence framework; Energiesparverband ร–berosterreich who will boost HP skills demand in the three pilot regions (Austria, Ireland and Spain), Technological Corporation of Andalusia responsible for the European level replication, Sustainable Innovations leading the strategy of communication and dissemination and Rina Consulting participated in an online meeting.

The partners presented all their different work packages scopes, deliverables, and milestones, and the work plan for the future 30 months.