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I-ThERM presentation during the Industry Day of the Institute of Energy Futures at Brunel University

I-ThERM presentation during the Industry Day of the Institute of Energy Futures at Brunel University.

Prof. Savvas Tassou had the opportunity to present the I-ThERM project during the Industry day which was organized by the Institute of Energy Futures at Brunel University on Thursday 25 February 2016. The event attracted a significant number of industry contacts and over 200 participants in total. The day included a number of workshops and seminars on the Institute’s four research themes, showcasing research for existing partners, as well as building new contacts for future projects.

Additionally numerous partners of I-ThERM consortium had also the opportunity to present their finding and their technology under the Energy Efficient Sustainable Technology theme workshops.

Videos and presentations from the event can be found at the link: http://www.brunel.ac.uk/energy-futures/news/ne_468043

 

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International Energy Efficiency Network Event, Vision 2020, 25-26 February 2016

International Energy Efficiency Network Event, Vision 2020, 25-26 February 2016


Hamilton Centre, Brunel University London
Kingston Lane, Uxbridge
UB8 3PH

 

The Horizon Network are holding a Vision 2020 network event on 25 and 26 February 2016. On 25 February the event will expand on the pan-European dimension of energy efficiency priorities and policies and will discuss the 2018-19 Horizon 2020 energy efficiency funding programme. On  Friday 26th February the event will focus on the 2017 planned Energy Efficiency calls with the aim to identify common areas of interest and develop collaborations between UK and EU academic and industry partners for joint proposals.

For further information on the Vision 2020 programme and registration please click here.Any questions regarding Vision 2020, please contact: Yulia.Matskevich@brunel.ac.uk

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I-ThERM presentation in Energy Recovery and Power Generation from Waste Heat seminar held by Brunel Univesity

 

 

 

 

On 25th February 2016 Brunel University’s Institute of Energy Futures will be hosting an Industry Engagement Day to showcase its research on end-use energy demand reduction, energy generation from renewable energy sources and efficient electrical power distribution and utilisation. The format will be an interesting and informative programme of short talks and seminars that address our four research Themes:

  • Advanced Powertrain and Fuels
  • Energy Efficient and Sustainable Technologies
  • Smart Power Networks
  • Resources Efficient Future Cities

The Energy Efficient and Sustainable Technologies theme will feature the I-ThERM project, with talks from five of the thirteen partners involved in this EU-funded project.
The seminar is designed to:
i) Bring together academic and industry leaders with interest in waste heat recovery and its efficient utilisation

ii) Share knowledge of both products and applications

iii) Learn of recent and emerging technology developments

The full programme is available here. Attendance is free, but places are limited. To attend this event please register via this link

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/industry-engagement-day-tickets-20805630200

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I-ThERM project joins A.SPIRE association

I-ThERM joins A.SPIRE association

I-ThERM project was invited to join the broad SPIRE community by joining A.SPIRE (www.spire2030.eu ), an association formed to represent the private sector in the SPIRE Public-Private Partnership (PPP). A.SPIRE is an international non-profit association formed to represent the private sector as a partner in the Sustainable Process Industry through Resource and Energy Efficiency (SPIRE) Public-Private Partnership (PPP) launched as part of the Horizon2020 framework programme. A.SPIRE is a “guardian” of values and objectives of the SPIRE PPP which offers an integrated approach to communication and dissemination activities of all the SPIRE Projects.

I-ThERM project joined the A.SPIRE association as it is a great opportunity to take advantage from synergies with other SPIRE projects with aims and scopes relevant to the objectives of I-ThERM project in various ways including implementation, dissemination, exploitation etc.

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I-ThERM Kick-Off Meeting public

The I-ThERM (Industrial THermal Energy Recovery conversion and Management) project officially started few days ago whereas its Kick-Off meeting took place on Friday 9th of October 2015, on the premises of the Centre for Sustainable Energy in Food chain (CSEF) at Brunel University in London, UK. The meeting was attended not only by all the partners, but also by a representative of the European Commission (EC) – a fact that shows the importance of the I-ThERM project for the EC. 

I-ThERM, with project number 680599 is funded under the  topic EE-18-2015: “New technologies for utilisation of heat recovery in large industrial systems, considering the whole energy cycle from heat production to transformation, delivery & use” and aims to investigate, design, build and demonstrate innovative plug and play waste heat recovery solutions and the optimum utilisation of energy within and outside the plant perimeter for selected applications with high replicability and energy recovery potential in the temperature range 70 oC-1000 oC.

The meeting started with Brunel presenting the scope of the project, the work packages, the milestones and the deliverables. After that, each partner presented their entity, their role to I-ThERM and their expectations of the project’s results. The EC representative gave a vibrant presentation regarding H2020 projects including Do’s and Don’t’s in each aspect of a H2020, along with an overview of all the EE projects that got funded under the specific call for this period. Before the end of the meeting a fruitful discussion regarding the first quarter (Q1) actions that have to take place until 31 December 2015 conducted.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 680599

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I-ThERM presentation during the Industry Day of the Institute of Energy Futures at Brunel University
International Energy Efficiency Network Event, Vision 2020, 25-26 February 2016
I-ThERM presentation in Energy Recovery and Power Generation from Waste Heat seminar held by Brunel Univesity
I-ThERM project joins A.SPIRE association
I-ThERM Kick-Off Meeting public