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The FISSAC project is hosting its first Webinar focusing on industrial symbiosis tools and best practices, including an introduction to the FISSAC tool currently being developed. The webinar is open to all, but will require a registration by 21 February 2017 via this form.     Practical Information   Date and timing: 23 February 2017, 10:30-12:00 (GMT+1)
Post date: 10 Úno 2017
Type: Event

A декарбонизации elektroenergetskog sustava u Europi bez обезуглероживание području grijanja nemoguće. Međutim, napori u trenutno napore previše sporo. Pretvorba toplinske u industriji-od istraživanja i razvoja do proizvodnje, instalacije i održavanja - zahtijeva veliki napor od strane svih dionika. Zbog iskrivljene cijena energenata, trenutni tržišni uvjeti nisu idealni, da uzrokovati bitne promjene.  
Post date: 3 Úno 2017
Type: Novinky

A decarbonisation of Europe’s energy system without a decarbonisation of the heating sector is impossible. Yet, efforts currently under way are too slow. Transforming the heating industry -from research and development to manufacturing, installation and maintenance- requires a gigantic effort by all stakeholders. Due to the distorted prices for energy, current market conditions are not suitable to trigger the necessary change.  
Post date: 3 Úno 2017
Type: Novinky

Na DecarbHeat initiative usmjerena na objedinjavanje velikih igrača grijanje i hlađenje industrije i drugih ključnih dionika. Zajedno mogu napraviti vid 100% ugljikovodika europski sustav grijanja i hlađenja stvarnost. Inicijativa se sastoji od DecarbHeat industrija zalog %Deklaracije 00DecarbHeat podršku. Both službeno će biti otvoren za potpisivanje u #DecarbHeat 2017 forumu  u Bruxellesu 11-12 svibnja 2017 godine.    
Post date: 1 Úno 2017
Type: Event

25 January 2017 (15h00-16h00 CET)     This webinar, organised in the context of the ODYSSEE-MURE project, will present the concept of Energy Efficiency Networks (EENs) which aim at accelerating energy efficiency progress in companies. The focus of the webinar will be on the following key questions:  
Post date: 20 Led 2017
Type: Event

The study "Identifying Levers to Unlock Clean Industry" aims to feed the new Energy Union Integrated Strategy on Research, Innovation and Competitiveness. To reach the overriding goal of creating growth and jobs, the competitiveness of the EU28’s manufacturing industry has to be improved. This is in part possible via a stronger diversification of traditional industries in the production of clean solutions (partly due to their own high energy demand), thereby increasing growth and export potential.
Post date: 31 Srp 2016
Type: Publication

Това изследване има за цел да идентифицира лостовете за отключване сектор на ЕС Чиста индустрия. Проучването ще бъде включен в изследвания на Европейската комисия за енергийна съюз, иновации и стратегия за конкурентоспособност (EURICS). Чисти Industries се определят като специфични сектори или сегменти в икономиката, които са пряко отговорни за предоставяне на технологии, продукти и услуги, които имат измерими ползи за околната среда от гледна точка на техните способности за намаляване на емисиите на парникови газове и за подобряване както на енергийната и ресурсната ефективност.
Post date: 31 Srp 2016
Type: Publication

EC Joint Research Cenrtre (JRC) report: How energy efficiency meets the EU climate and energy goals  
Post date: 17 Pro 2015
Type: Publication

This Joint Research Centre (JRC) Science and policy report presents the modelling work quoted in the EC communication " The Paris Protocol - a blueprint for tackling global climate change beyond 2020" - in the EU's Energy Union package. It examines the effects of a Baseline scenario where current trends continue beyond 2020, and of a Global Mitigation scenario in line with keeping global warming below 2ºC. The analysis uses the POLES and GEM-E3 models in a framework where economic welfare is maximised while tackling climate change. In the Baseline, emissions trigger +3.5ºC global...
Post date: 24 Črv 2015
Type: Publication

Industrial waste heat recovery is a key factor for energy savings. In most industrial processes that need heat, the thermal energy produced is not used in full and part of it is rejected as "waste heat". The waste heat recovery can be used internally to cover the heating needs of the process or of the industrial building. It can also be used to meet the heating requirements of other companies or buildings in the surroundings, using a district heating network. The recovered heat can also be converted into electricity, for internal or external use.
Post date: 17 Čer 2015
Type: Publication