Engineering students are first to see Hoval’s upgraded training centre for renewable energy

Hoval, renewable energy, heat pump, solar thermal, solar PV, biomass, wind turbine

Hoval has marked the upgrading of its training centre at the Centre of Renewable Energy (CORE) in Nottinghamshire with an open day for students from Nottingham University Faculty of Engineering. 12 students visited the facility for a presentation and discussion with Hoval’s renewables experts followed by hands-on examination of fully functional heat pumps, solar-thermal systems, biomass boilers, photo-voltaic system and wind turbine installed at the centre.

Hoval has a long-established link with this university’s engineering department, including a graduate recruitment training programme and access to Hoval’s training facilities.

The Hoval training centre is open to specifiers, installers and end users of low-carbon technologies. It offers hands-on and classroom training courses. Training modules including full commissioning, servicing, fault finding and systems training.

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