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ENTRAIN - Enhancing renewable heat planning for improving the air quality of communities

The ENTRAIN project aims at improving the capacities of public authorities to develop and implement local strategies and action plans for enhancing the use of endogenous renewable energy sources in small district heating networks.


Open Data Platform - Green Energy Lab Open Data Platform

The main goal of the Open Data project is the development and implementation of an Open Data Platform (ODP) for the energy sector to provide an easy access and overview of relevant data and interdependencies of a current and future integrated energy system.


Thermaflex Thermal demand and supply as flexible elements of future sustainable energy systems

More flexibility for more renewables in district heating systems - the flagship project "Thermaflex"

In 2016, Austria's space heating requirement amounted to approx. 87 TWh/a (total energy requirement: 311 TWh/a)1. A quarter of this demand is provided by district-heating based heat supply through more than 2000 district heating systems1. Thus, the district heating sector already plays a central role in Austria's energy supply. Due to the already installed infrastructure (approx. 5,400 km pipe length2), the existing expansion potential, especially in dense urban areas, the application of new concepts, technologies and renewable energy sources, the growing possibilities for sector coupling and the resulting contributions to the decarbonisation of our energy system, the district heating sector will become increasingly important in the future.


Spatial Energy Planning - Räumliche Energieplanung für die Wärmewende

HEATatlas and HEATapp for a spatially optimised development of the heat supply infrastructure, taking into account renewable energy potentials and technological options, as well as test applications in selected pioneering municipalities in the federal states of Salzburg, Styria and Vienna.


SRI Austria: Smart Readiness Indicator - Rating scheme and opportunities for smart buildings

The aim of the study is to prepare a national specification of the EU-proposed "Smart Readiness Indicator" (SRI) for Austria and to provide a basis for national policy implementation.


Luft.Ort.Leck: Localized leakages - method and probe development

Currently, leaks in the entire building envelope (blower door) or on components (test bench) are only determined as summation parameters. The aim of the project is to develop a measuring methodology and the prototype of a measuring probe that can be used to determine individual local leakages on the construction site and on the test bench.


SolSPONGEhigh - High solar fraction due to thermally activated components in urban environments

Thermally activated building components (TABS) have been used in buildings for quite some time, with underfloor heating being the most widespread application as near-surface activation in combination with low-temperature heating systems in residential buildings.


SolarReaktor - Exploratory of process-oriented concept development of solar reactors and their application potentials

Based on a comprehensive survey of processes, process and reactor technologies of relevant industrial sectors suitable for solar energy supply , the SolarReaktor exploratory project is developing a radically innovative and re-designed solar reactor concept, identifyng the necessary research needs and evaluating its potential applications.


Nutricoal - Process development for the manufacturing of a biobased fertilizer with regulated nutrient release

The objective is the process development for the manufacturing of a solid, storable and emission-free biological product from unused organic waste and residual material fractions of the food processing industry with soil improving properties that may be modified. The Nutricoal product is based on biochar, which is obtained by pyrolysis from organic waste from the meat-processing industry and of which the industry has difficulties in disposing so far. Depending on the desired product properties, specific functional chemical groups are generated on the coal surface by special activation measures.

To charge the coal with nutrients, anaerobically processed slaughter waste, i.e. fermentation residue, is concentrated using an innovative low-temperature process (membrane distillation) and used as a nutrient supplier. In addition to the concentrate, pure water is obtained, which can be used as  process water. The membrane distillation process is being developed by AEE INTEC as a part of the project.

In the project, the entire process chain will be tested at individual pilot plants operated by the project partners, the results will be evaluated in the laboratory and used as a basis for simulations. At the end of the project, the product quality and the energy efficiency of the process should be assessed and the dimensions of a possible pilot plant should be determined.


HPC (Heat Pumping Systems Control) - Model-based control of absorption heat pumping systems

In this project a new model-based control of absorption heat pumping systems with the working fluid ammonia / water and water / lithium bromide will be developed. The developed control system is going to be experimentally validated and verified with test runs based on practical requirements to identify the potential for improvements.

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