INDUSTRIAL PROCESS HEAT SUPPLY THROUGH THE COMBINATION OF RENEWABLE AND EFFICIENCY-ENHANCING TECHNOLOGIES

Stephan Kling (Speaker), Sabrina Dusek, Paula Schmidberger, Veronika Wilk, Dominik Seliger, Carles Ribas Tugores, Sarah Meitz, Jürgen Fluch, Karl Ponweiser

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Abstract

In the Austrian manufacturing industry, a high proportion of the process heat demand with a temperature level 10 below 200°C is covered by fossil fuels, especially natural gas.In the CORES research project,the combination of the technologies solar thermal, photovoltaic, photovoltaic-thermal, thermal storage, waste heat recovery and heat pump to cover the process heat demand up to round 150°C is investigated and evaluated.In this contribution, acombination of these technologiesfor the generation of heat supplyof a defined process with several consumers is investigated by optimization.The optimization considersnot only investment and 15operating costs but also CO2 emissions.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2022
EventInternational Sustainable Energy Conference – ISEC 2022 -
Duration: 4 Apr 20227 Apr 2022

Conference

ConferenceInternational Sustainable Energy Conference – ISEC 2022
Period4/04/227/04/22

Research Field

  • Digitalisation and HVAC Technologies in Buildings

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