How can we reach a point where industrial surplus heat is fully utilized?
Instead of building new grid, utilizing flexibility in industrial processes could be a cheaper and faster way of integrating variable power production.
Solutions exist already today to make Norwegian industry more efficient and unlock large amounts of energy in a way that is largely uncontroversial. Why, then, are energy efficiency measures not being deployed at a quicker pace?
Thermochemical energy storage offers a clean, efficient and versatile way of storing heat, but there are research challenges to solve before it becomes the next generation thermal batteries.
After two long years of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was finally possible to arrange the first in-person workshop in the IntER-Cold project.
HighEFF started in 2016 with a vision of a joint effort for creating competitive, energy efficient and environmentally friendly industry for the future. No it is time for HighEFF partners to review and discuss the work plan for the Centre’s remaining period until 2024.