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Smart UP - Development of an urban district in the city of Graz towards a Reuse & Up-cycling centre

Target of the project is the development of an energy and resource efficient innovation district. In cooperation with the surrounding industrial and trade firms in and around the area of the existing factory building of BAN Sozialökonomische BetriebsgmbH (BAN) a Reuse & Up-cycling District will be developed.


Urban district heating extended – Development of flexible and decarbonized urban district heating systems

Development of innovative urban district heating systems by integration of long-term thermal storage, large scale heat pumps, large scale solar thermal installations, waste heat recovery and analysis and evaluation by simulation. The results of this project will provide templates for technology selection, system design and merit order for new urban district heating areas.


REsys - Smart control strategies to improve the energy efficiency of complex hybrid energy systems

A realised hybrid energy system is modeled by the combination of both thermal and electrical simulations and the model is validated with measured data. Optimized control algorithms are to be developed and tested on the real system.


Energiestrategie ASFINAG

Development of a strategy to deploy renewable energy in consideration of energy efficiency at ASFINAG.

AEE INTEC and REENAG consulted ASFINAG (the Austrian motorway operator) in their aim of identifying the potential for renewable energy with their own resources and areas.

The identified potentials were evaluated on profitability, feasibility and possible ways of implementation and financing. Further steps were presented and discussed.


AR-HES-B - Energy storage, production and recovery of valuable substances in waste water treatment plants

The urban sewage treatment nowadays is a classical end-of-the pipe system. The conventional municipal biological-aerobic wastewater treatment is an energy intensive process. Vast amounts of potential energy (bound in carbon) and valuable nutrients (e.g. nitrogen) are destroyed in the energy intensive aerobic aeration. The wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) are the major energy consumer in Austria communes. Prospective, the consumed energy in urban agglomerations will still be produced only to a little extend within the city boundaries. Besides the fluctuating energy quotation due to volatile, renewable energy resources (e.g. infrequently resp. periodically available wind power and above all solar power/ photovoltaic) the decentralised, fluctuating part in the public power grid rises.


IEA EBC Annex 67 „Energy Flexible Buildings“

The adaptation of the energy consumption of buildings and building clusters to the energy generation from renewable energy sources is vital for the future energy system. The main target of the Annex 67 is to investigate and characterize this future role of the “energy-flexibility” of buildings, to capture potentials and to offer control strategies.


Development of a discussion paper

Development of a discussion paper for the food industry which serves as basis for the R&D roadmap “energy efficiency in the textile and food industry”.

The development of a branch specific discussion paper for the food industry which examines the R&D demand for increasing the energy efficiency in the production.


IntegrCiTy - Decision-support environment for planning and integrating multi-energy networks and low-carbon resources in cities

IntegrCiTy project’s overall aim is to foster energy networks interoperability either in existing or future urban infrastructures by developing a dedicated decision-support tool, that shall be applied and tested/validated in three Swiss and Swedish cities.


Innovative membrane distillation for gold and palladium recovery in the PCB industry

In the frame of the project MD-Gold the membrane distillation (MD) will be adapted and further developed in the use of recovery of palladium and gold in the printed circuit board industry (PCB). On the base of laboratory tests a suitable membrane module will be developed and operating parameters will be optimized. There on, the potential of the membrane distillation will be demonstrated in the printed circuit board industry and a focus on the decrease of thermal energy demand as well as based on lower process temperatures the potential for solar thermal integration and available waste heat will be laid under economic terms. The result of the project is an optimized MD-plant on a laboratory scale with suitable membrane modules and operating parameters, on this basis a scale-up concept for a larger unit will prepared.


UNIDO Ship Biomass

Training for Industrial Applications in Ukraine and India focusing on improving energy efficiency and promoting renewable energy in the agro-food and other small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

The aim of the project is to develop a market environment for introducing energy efficiency and enhanced use of renewable energy technologies in the agro-food and other energy intensive manufacturing SMEs in Ukraine and India as a basis for promoting their competitiveness while ensuring an integrated approach for lower carbon intensity and improvement in their productivity and local environment. The training also includes a study tours.

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