Renewables

A catalogue of energy efficiency measures for supermarkets

The SUPER-HEERO project aims to provide a replicable financial scheme for energy efficiency investment in small and medium supermarkets. It starts from a high-level analysis of typical supermarkets energy systems and equipment, to create a catalogue with the most relevant and easy to replicate energy efficiency measures for supermarkets. The catalogue of measures is identified as a result of a five-step process. Six key areas for energy management are identified. For each area, a number of potential energy efficiency actions are identified. In the next months, the guidelines for the implementation of the selected measures will be published, together with a case study of the key areas.

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PROCURE SELECTS 3 INNOVATIVE APPROACHES
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PROCURE SELECTS 3 INNOVATIVE APPROACHES

ProcuRE launched the first out of three phases towards reaching its goal. Six procurers from Slovenia, Spain, Germany, Portugal, Israel, and Turkey selected three innovative Renovation Approaches. The Call for Tenders was released on 24 November 2021.

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EMB3Rs code and modules released at GitHub
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EMB3Rs code and modules released at GitHub

The code of the integrated platform and of its modules is now available at GitHub. This means that a large community of potential users will now be able to access it for free. By testing the platforms application in different geographical locations, it can be tailored to the needs of the final users.

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Energy Track & Trace using Blockchain
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Energy Track & Trace using Blockchain

A buyer of electricity can be offered a traceable link of power supply from specific source(s) of renewable power. TYMLEZ can offer an API*-box for traceability of energy right from its source all way to the consumer.

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Cracking the Hydrogen Colour Code
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Cracking the Hydrogen Colour Code

Recently there has been more and more in the media about hydrogen as a future fuel. These discussions often talk about hydrogen using a colour coding - which has the potential to confuse an already complicated matter even further. To support discussion I have pulled together a summary.

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Deep decarbonisation of industry: The cement sector
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Deep decarbonisation of industry: The cement sector

Fossil fuel combustion to meet heating needs accounts for 35% of cements CO2 emissions. The remaining 65% are due to direct process emissions, which must also be addressed. By 2050, cement production in the EU is expected to remain below pre-2010 levels.

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Wind energy and hydrogen united for climate protection
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Wind energy and hydrogen united for climate protection

Hydrogen is considered a solution for the energy transition. Wind energy is powerful, but does not fully exploit its potential. Hydrogen can only contribute to climate protection if electricity from renewable energies is used for its production in electrolysis.

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Decarbonisation of industrial heat: The iron and steel sector
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Decarbonisation of industrial heat: The iron and steel sector

Achieving deep decarbonisation by 2050 is only possible through new production processes. Electricity demand of the sector could increase three-fold by 2050. The production of steel from recycled scrap increases by a range of +30% to +70% versus.

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HYDROGEN MEGATREND: GREEN HYDROGEN THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE?
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HYDROGEN MEGATREND: GREEN HYDROGEN THE FUEL OF THE FUTURE?

hydrogen is an all-rounder and can be used in many different ways. It is not only an energy carrier, but also used as a raw material for industrial purposes. In the future, hydrogen could be produced in large quantities through the use of renewable.

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Climate protection in the company secures the future
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Climate protection in the company secures the future

More and more companies are setting their own targets for reducing emissions. They know that their own future and competitiveness are at stake. Some committed German companies are networking in the Climate Protection Companies initiative. Green energy networks help companies tap into new potential as well.

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