MEMPHIS 2.0 - Advanced Algorithm for Spatial Identification, Evaluation of Temporal Availability and Economic Assessment of Waste Heat Aources and their Local Representation: Executive Summary

Johannes Pelda, Stefan Reuter, Marco Cozzini, Ernst Gebetsroither-Geringer, Abdulraheem Salaymeh, Rosanna Paradiso, Stefan Holler

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Abstract

The IEA DHC project MEMPHIS 2.0 promotes the availability of waste heat sources while stimulating the creation of synergies between waste heat sources and heat demand. MEMPHIS 2.0 deals with the challenges associated with low-grade waste heat, such as unknown locations of waste heat sources: energy content, temperature, seasonality, potential mismatch between availability of low-grade waste heat and heat demand and long payback periods.
Original languageEnglish
TypeIEA DHC Report
Media of outputIEA Annex Report, online
Number of pages8
Publication statusPublished - 8 Nov 2023

Research Field

  • Integrated Energy Systems

Keywords

  • waste heat mapping
  • upcoming waste heat sources
  • techno-economic assessment
  • district heating

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