On 19 March 2021, ReUseHeat joined forces with DryFiciency, REWARDHeat and R-ACES in a discussion on the opportunities to realising the potential of waste heat, and how they can be leveraged using the latest technological solutions.
The discussion involved projects focusing on both industrial waste heat recovery (R-ACES and DryFiciency) and urban waste heat recovery from unconventional sources (REWARDHeat and ReUseHeat). Each project coordinator delivered a presentation, followed by a high-level panel discussion about the role of waste heat recovery in energy system decarbonisation.
Kristina Lygnerud shared learnings to date from the four ReUseHeat demo sites and brought her perspective on the appropriate business models for waste heat recovery.
Time: 14:00 – 15:15 pm
- Veronika Wilk – AIT – DryFiciency
- Anne Baastrup Holm – Energy Cluster Denmark – R-ACES
- Kristina Lygnerud – IVL – ReUseHeat
- Roberto Fedrizzi – EURAC – REWARDHeat
- Dan Stefanica – Head of Projects, EHPA – moderator
14:00 – 14:10 pm – Setting the scene by Dan Stefanica, European Heat Pump Association
14:10 – 14:20 pm – DryFiciency presentation by Veronika Wilk, Austrian Institute of Technology
14:20 – 14:30 pm – R-ACES presentation by Anne Baastrup Holm, Energy Cluster Denmark
14:30 – 14:40 pm – REWARDHeat presentation by Roberto Fedrizzi, EURAC Research
14:40 – 14:50 pm – ReUseHeat presentation by Kristina Lygnerud, IVL Swedish Environmental Research Institute