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IEA EBC Annex 82 - Energy flexible buildings towards resilient low carbon energy systems

Buildings and clusters of buildings may deliver energy flexibility services to different energy networks. This IEA project within the EBC technology collaboration programme will increase the knowledge about these services, as well as the barriers and motivation for the involved stakeholders.


EFlex-NZEB - Energy-Flexible Zero-Energy Buildings The impact of building design on energy flexibility

The primary goal of this dissertation is a comprehensive analysis of the impact of building design parameters on energy flexibility. The thesis describes the future role of energy-flexibility of zero and plus-energy buildings as part of the overall energy system.


InfraMess - Comparative monitoring study of infrared heating systems vs. a district-heating based radiator systems in a residential building (Kaindorf a.d. Sulm)

Extensive comparative study of of an infrared heating system (electric supply) vs. a radiator heating system (district heating supply) covering the aspects energy and primary energy greenhouse gas emissions, thermal comfort and economic efficiency.


IEA DHC TS3 - Hybrid energy networks

Extensive integration of the different energy domains, in particular the electricity, district heating/cooling and gas networks, also referred to as hybrid energy systems, is a key element of decarbonization. The aim of the IEA DHC Annex TS3 is to highlight the potentials of district heating and cooling networks within a hybrid energy system while addressing the challenges.


IEA DHC TS4 - Digitization of district heating: Optimization of operation and maintenance of district heating and cooling networks by means of digital process management

The use of digital technologies enables an increase in intelligence, efficiency and reliability of energy systems. On the other hand, challenges such as data security, protection and ownership have to be addressed. The aim of the IEA DHC Annex TS4 is to present the current state of the art or the digitalization of the operation of district heating networks, to identify obstacles as well as to elaborate recommendations.


IEA SHC Task 62 - Solar energy in industrial water and wastewater management

IEA SHC Task 62 addresses the integration of solar thermal energy into wastewater treatment in an industrial context.


Feasibility Biomasseheizwerk Weizberg

Through the implementation of a central heat storage and a new load management by means of mutual communication of all system components, the efficiency of the existing biomass heating plant in Weizberg, a historic and protected district in the city of Weiz, should be increased.


SFG Feasibility study ROTOFRANK

The aim of the “MD-to-Market” project is to develop the basis for the implementation of a first large-scale membrane distillation system (MD) in the electroplating industry based on the findings of the completed research project “Galvano-MD”.


EnableDigitalDH - Data science for better data quality: missing link for successful data-driven digitalisation of district heating

The increased use of smart meters in district heating creates opportunities to apply a wide range of data driven techniques for optimisation and control. High quality data is essential for these techniques, and this project seeks to explore robust, automated data cleaning and imputation processes.


IEA SHC Task 55 - Towards the Integration of Large SHC Systems into DHC Networks

IEA SHC Task 55 aims to develop technical and economic requirements for the commercial market introduction of solar district heating and cooling (DHC) for a broad range of countries.

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