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IEA SHC Task SHIP #3 – Solar Heat in Industrial Processes

The main objective of the task is to identify, verify and promote the role of SHIP plants (“Solar Heat in Industrial Processes”) as stand-alone systems and in integrated energy systems. Technical and non-technical barriers should...

IETS Annex 15: Industrielle Abwärmenutzung

As part of the IEA IETS Annex 15, potential for the use of waste heat and technologies for its integration are collected, bundled and processed through contributions from national research activities. This results in a...

IEA IETS Annex 19 Industrielle Elektrifizierung

Industrial electrification can make a major contribution to CO2 reduction. Annex goal is a knowledge transfer between the international and the state level. At national level, stakeholder involvement is aimed at clarifying the topic of...

Fully Integrated Reversible Solid oxide cell sysTem

In FIRST, a fully integrated reversible solid oxide cell (rSOC) system is being developed and tested in a living lab environment. The system can switch between water electrolysis and fuel cell operation on demand, resulting...

Industrial Microgrids

As part of this project, technical, economic and legal framework conditions are mapped within an energy exchange platform, which is implemented and validated in 3 industrial energy communities with different focal points. The project will...

GmundenHighTLinkRD

The Gmunden cement plant has a waste heat potential of 10 MWth at 400°C. For this reason, the approach of using heat all year round is being pursued. The aim of the present project is...

Nutzung tiefer Geothermie in industriellen Prozessen

An approach for the substitution of fossil fuels in the supply of low-temperature processes is geothermal energy. The geological conditions for this would be available in Upper Austria. Geothermal heat is available 24/7 and should...

CO2-based Electrosynthesis of ethylene oXIDE

CO2EXIDE aims to convert bio-based carbon dioxide into industrially relevant chemicals using an electrochemical process. This process can use excess energy and can be applied in decentralized locations. The reactions are energy and resource efficient...

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