In the interview the Fenagy CEO talks about the expanding use of CO2 in heat pumps and industrial refrigeration. Interview now available on Youtube.
Air-to-water models, which are particularly popular in Denmark, account for 75% of Fenagy’s heat pump projects in the last 12 months.
The heating capacity and COP of CO2 heat pumps can decrease more then 25% during defrost, but optimal defrost can lower this to less than 10%, says Fenagy.
The deal is the largest order to date for the young company, launched in the summer of 2020.
CO2 is the best available technology for air-to-water heat pumps in the 0.5 to 5MW capacity range, according to Fenagy CEO Kim G Christensen.
The event will still take place on September 28-29, and the announced program remains unchanged.
Scheduled for September 28-29, the event will take place, for the first time, both online and in-person in Brussels, Belgium.
The 300kW unit uses cold gas defrost and an expander instead of an ejector.
Vestervig Fjernvarme’s 1.2MW heat pump, to be delivered by Danish CO2 specialist Fenagy, will replace oil and wood-chip boilers.