Presenter: Julia Jimenez Romeiro
Most process industries rely on utility systems to meet their heat and power requirements. If emissions are to be reduced and driven to zero, fundamental changes in the design and operation of such systems are required. Shifting to low-carbon source/technology is imperative, but to date, the efforts to do so are often siloed. Along with viable solutions, energy transition requires a strategy to shift to current systems to sustainable ones within legislative and financial constraints.
This research project focuses on the development of an optimization-based tool that incorporates multiple energy sources and technologies to provide cost-effective pathways and guidelines for economic and energy-efficient transition to low-carbon technologies and/or fuel switching in industrial utility systems.
We hereby invite you to the HighEFF Webinar series, which will be held every second Wednesday 11:30 (Central European Time) through Teams.
The webinars will start with 20-30 minutes presentation of topics related to HighEFF's thematic areas, and continue with questions and discussions until 12:30 latest.
The webinars will be open to all consortium members.