At the Warmtepomp Symposium which took place in Mechelen on September 11th, Clivet, the specialist in heat pump technology with over 20 years experience, demonstrated with its testimony the strong value in terms of energy saving and environmental impact reduction of the heat pump systems. 

On September 11th, in Melchen, Belgium, took place the fifth edition of the Warmtepomp Symposium, the reference event for Belgian heat pump market key players. The Symposium attracted more than 200 professionals in comfort and energy saving and saw the presence of well know speakers as the EHPA (European Heat Pump Association) Secretary-General Thomas Nowak, the chief of EHPA legislation department Els Baert and the WPP (the Belgian heat pump association) Vice President Rudi Van Hemelrijck.
The conference had as its object the very topical issue of heat pump technology as a solution for total and sustainable comfort, deepening the themes of  energy management policy, legislation, market conditions, technological developments. It highlighted the concrete results in valuable projects and confirmed the great potential of this technology.
Clivet was protagonist of the symposium with a speech of Mr. Claudio Carano, Application Manager Retail, who presented the excellent results in terms of comfort, energy saving, CO2 emissions reduction, architectural integration, installation speed and simplicity, obtained with a specialized solution based on the WLHP system (water loop heat pump) in a very challenging building: the 500.000m2 Multipurpose Complex "Vulcano Buono" in Nola, designed by Renzo Piano and inspired by the Vesuvius, the Neapolitan symbol.