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AWKST - Waste heat register Styria

The Waste Heat Register Styria 2012 was able to initiate many waste heat utilisations. The new edition plays a key role in the Climate and Energy Strategy Styria to foster more waste heat utilisation projects.


Energy planning Kapfenberg

Wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) have versatile potential to become the turnstile of energy and resource networks. An innovative heating concept is being developed and implemented at the Kapfenberg WWTP.


CollFieldEff+ - Modeling of thermal power output of large collector arrays and development of an in situ collector array test method

The topic of the industrial PhD project CollFieldEff+ is modeling and characterization of the thermal power output of collector arrays with covered flat plate collectors.


DevMoTES - Methodology development for accelerated generation of thermal energy storage models for transient system simulations

The main goal of this dissertation project is the development of new methods for building thermal energy storage models for dynamic system simulations. With these methods the development of numerical models should become faster, more efficient and less costly.


SOLTRAIN Phase IV - Southern African Solar Thermal Training and Demonstration Initiative – Phase IV

SOLTRAIN started in 2009 and is currently in its fourth phase of cooperation with partner institutions in Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.

By end of December 2018, about 2,380 people were trained in 87 training courses and 221 solar thermal systems ranging from 2 to 600 m² collector area per system have been installed during the Phase I to Phase III of the SOLTRAIN project.


SOLTRAIN Phase III - Southern African Solar Thermal Training and Demonstration Initiative – Phase III

According to the World Bank today some 25 countries in Sub-Sahara Africa are facing a crisis evidenced by rolling electricity blackouts. Solar Water Heating Systems for domestic uses but also for heating and cooling of hospitals, hotels, student hostels and also for providing heat for industrial processes could play a major role in reducing the stress on the security of electricity supply in the six partner countries Botswana, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.


IEA DHC Annex TS2 - Implementation of Low Temperature District Heating Systems

The aim of the IEA DHC Annex TS2 is to advance the development and transformation of district heating towards "4th generation district heating". To this end, the prerequisites are to be developed with the help of international experts.


DSM_Opt - Demand Side Management: Operation Optimization of Industrial Energy Systems

The major goal of the project DSM_OPT is the development of a demand-side management (DSM) decision support system toolbox for optimal industrial process scheduling.


NetZero2040 - Innovation NOW for the Future

The NetZero2040 initiative has set itself the goal of placing innovative Austrian industrial companies at the centre of climate neutrality in 2040. The aim is to develop concrete strategies and solutions in the area of innovative key technologies "Made in Austria" and bring them to market maturity.


IEA SHC Task 58 - IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Task58 Material and Component Development for Thermal Energy Storage

Thermal energy storage technologies play an enabling role for the further integration of renewable heat sources in the energy system, from domestic applications through district heating and industrial applications to the power sector. When higher temperatures, volume restrictions or very long storage periods come into play, new compact thermal storage technologies are needed. These compact thermal storage technologies need further development in order to be applicable on the markets. This is the motivation for the international collaboration in this IEA Task58/Annex33: to further improve the storage materials and components, based on a better knowledge of the underlying physics and chemistry of compact thermal energy storages (latent and thermochemical storages).

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