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.
Space heating is something that can be covered with other, lower-quality energy carriers than electricity, given that the buildings are adapted for hydronic heating.
The climate crisis, combined with the European energy crisis, make investments and research in energy efficiency more important than ever.
Large savings can be made by using refrigeration capacity during off-peak hours and “storing the cold” for when it’s needed.
With so many new, power-intensive industries like data centres and battery factories, we need to expand the power grid quickly and efficiently. This can give power companies the opportunity to impose new demands on the industry regarding how they manage their energy consumption.
Recirculating the off-gas during silicon production can increase the CO2 concentration enough to make CCS possible in a cost-effective way.