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SolarAutomotive – Solar process heat for automotive and supplying industry

Solar Automotive has the aim to establish solar process heat in the automotive and supplier industry.

In addition to target group analyzes and potential analyzes a planning tool and simulation tool as well as general integration concepts will be developed and the cooperation between the solar thermal and the automotive and supplier industry will strengthen.

 

CityCalc - Energieplanungs- und Bewertungsinstrument für den Städtebau

An easily applicable planning and evaluation tool CityCalc is developed that can assess the energy performance of urban planning projects in early design stages with low input and evaluation effort.

 

MeQuSo - Development of methods for quality as-sessment of large solar thermal plants under real operating conditions

The project MeQuSo deals with planning reliability and quality assessment of large solar thermal plants. Major building blocks are the development of pratical methods to prove the power output and solar yield as well as in-situ tests for collector arrays.

 

EnergyCityConcepts

ECC – EnergyCityConcepts – Development of a methodology and concept for the implementation of sustainable energy systems in cities by the example of Gleisdorf and Salzburg.

Based on two concrete model regions (small city Gleisdorf and urban city quarter Salzburg-Schallmoos) new methodical approaches (interdisciplinary urban and regional energy planning, modeling and simulation) will be developed and tested.

 

SaLüH! - Retrofitting residential buildings with small flats – affordable technical solutions for ventilation, heating and hot water

In this project one comprehensive concept for decentralized ventilation, heating and hot water-supply will be elaborated for the renovation of flats in residential buildings.

 

CREATE - Compact REtrofit Advanced Thermal Energy storage

AEE INTEC coordinates the development of a seasonal thermochemical storage system on salt hydrate basis in the H2020 project CREATE (Compact REtrofit Advanced Thermal Energy storage)

The CREATE project is a research project funded by the European Commission under the Horizon 2020 programme. The consortium consists of eleven partners from eight different European countries and it is led by AEE INTEC. The main aim is to develop and demonstrate a heat battery, i.e. an advanced thermal storage system based on Thermo-Chemical Materials (TCMs), that enables economically affordable, compact and loss-free storage of heat in existing buildings. In this manner, the CREATE system will be able to store surplus of heat from summer to winter.

 

HOTSPOTS - Holistic thermographic screening of urban physical objects at transient scales

HOTSPOTS enables new insights and perspectives for city development. According to the project idea innovations in acquisition and sensing as well as densification of georeferenced city related data are supplemented by novel processing chains in city data analytics.

 

RESPIRE - REtrofitting School buildings- Planning wIth StakeholdeR Engagement

Viele der steirischen Schulgebäude wurden in den 1960ern, 1970ern und 1980ern errichtet und haben großen Modernisierungsbedarf. Außerdem erfordern neue Bildungsstandards Anpassungen bei den Gebäuden.

 

AMRE*MD - Ammonium recovery from digestate of biogas plants via Membrane distillation

The aim of the project AMRE * MD is to efficiently remove and recover ammonium nitrogen which is contained in digestate of biogas plants via membrane distillation.

Besides the recovery of the resource ammonium, logistical problems will be simplified, such as storage and transportation and disposal costs will be reduced, same as the reduction of environmental damage to water and air. Moreover additional revenues are generated.

 

ENPRO - Renewable process heat – Integration of solar heat and heat pumps in industrial processes

Within the project "EnPro" planning directives are elaborated to reduce barriers for an efficient and cost-effective integration of solar heat and heat pumps in industry.

 
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