Seamus Hoyne, Head of Development & Public Engagement at Limerick Institute of Technology and HP4LL coordinator, met on November 13, together with other relevant Irish research representatives, with Eamon Ryan, Irish Minister for the Environment, Climate, and Communications.

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Over the course of the next few weeks, a technical training and certification programme on planning, installing and servicing heat pumps in single family homes is taking place in Upper Austria.

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On November 12, our coordinator Seamus Hoyne, Head of Development & Public Engagement at Limerick Institute of Technology, attended the National Energy Research & Policy Conference where he showcased HP4ALL.

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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.

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·HP4ALL is led by the Limerick Institute of Technology and formed by six other partners from five different countries

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