Energy Efficiency & Renewables 27 – 29.03.2018
Energy Efficiency & Renewables 27 – 29.03.2018

Eng. Vasil Kolykovski

2017-01-28 08:15:06

Eng. Vasil Kolykovski, owner and Manager of Geosolar B-63 Ltd. and Chairman of the Bulgarian Heat Pump Association

 

  • 1963 - Born in Sofia
  • 1981 - Graduates 91th German Language School in Sofia
  • 1981 - 1983 Military Service
  • 1983 -1988 Studies and graduates the Chemical Technology Institute, Sofia
  • 1988 -1991 - Post-graduate course in the Sofia University
  • 1992 - 1999 - Manager and owner of B-63 ET
  • 2000, May - Establishment of Geosolar B-63 Ltd. - production and installation of ground heat pumps. This is the first specialized company in Bulgaria for the production and installation of ground heat pumps;
  • 2001, June – launching of the first demonstration heat pump in the district of Borovo, Sofia
  • 2002, October – December - First heat pumps for customers in the district of Trebich /water-water/ and district of Panchаrevo /ground direct evaporation - water/ in the town of Sofia
  • 2003 - membership in the European Heat Pump Association /EHPA/;
  • 2004 - 2007 - participation in the European program SHERPHA and producing a functioning pump, working with a natural refrigerant carbon dioxide - in a transcritical cycle, tested in Vienna - heat pump test center Arsenal;
  • 2004 – commissioning of the first heat pump with a heating capacity above 40 kW in the town of Plovdiv, in a residential building
  • 2005 - commissioning of the first heat pump with a heating capacity above 100 kW in the city of Sofia, office building
  • 2010 - commissioning of  a heat pump with 60 kW heating capacity in Biessenhofen, Bavaria in the office building of Solartsentrum – Allgäu
  • 2010, November – Establishing of the Bulgarian Heat Pump Association
  • 2012 - patenting by Geosolar B-63 Ltd. of a heat exchanger, resistant to freezing
  • Until 2017 - constructed and put into operation more than 700 pumps with a capacity of 10 to 120 kW.
     

 

Survey of the Bulgarian market situation

  1. Developments in the use of heat pumps in Bulgaria
  2. Types of heat pumps, advantages and disadvantages
  3. Ground heat pumps - monovalent mode of heating
  4. Heat pumps using thermal water, transformer oil and water from the plumbing systems
  5. Good and bad practices in the use of heat pumps in Bulgaria









     

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