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EMB3Rs

User-driven Energy-Matching & Business Prospection Tool for Industrial Excess Heat / Cold Reduction, Recovery and Redistribution

EMB3Rs is investigating the potential of recovering industrial excess heat and cold and designing a platform that explores how energy –normally wasted by releasing it into the environment –could be reused as a valuable source for other industrial processes, district heating, and cooling or further purposes.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N°847121

INCUBIS

An Energy Symbiosis Incubator for Maximizing Energy Efficiency in Industrial Parks and Districts

INCUBIS will develop a set of tools and support services to help key stakeholders in Industrial Parks and Districts in the development and implementation of Energy Symbiosis projects. Energy Symbiosis involves the use of the excess heat/cold produced by one or more industries, to provide heating, cooling, or electricity for other industries or buildings. INCUBIS will deliver its tools and services through the Virtual Incubator model, supporting and building capacity in key organizations that are ideally positioned to facilitate Energy Symbiosis projects and drive the project development process.

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This project is funded by the Horizon 2020 Framework Programme of the European Union under grant agreement N° 894800

R-ACES

fRamework for Actual Cooperation on Energy on Sites and Parks

R-ACES is supporting industrial clusters and business parks in becoming ecoregions that reduce their CO2 emissions by at least 10%. To achieve this, ecoregions are created where multiple stakeholders engage in energy cooperation by exchanging heat/cold streams, investing together in renewable energy solutions, or managing energy streams through smart energy management platforms. R-ACES is further drawing on and combining the knowledge and experience gathered throughout H2020 into a set of three specific tools embedded in selected support actions: an assessment tool, legal decision support for joint contracts, and the smart energy management platform for clusters.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 892429

soWHat

Supporting new Opportunities for Waste Heat And cold valorisation Towards EU Decarbonization

soWHat is developing an integrated software to identify and simulate how industrial WH/C could cost-effectively balance with the local community’s forecasted energy demand, and how this could be integrated with renewable energy systems. The tool, designed to support different stakeholders in auditingand mapping their energy processes, will assess the impact of energy processes on both a technical and non-technical level and help to reduce the cost of energy audits. This will be validated by 11 demonstration sites that will test the software in real operating conditions in industrial facilities.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 847097

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S-PARCS

Envisioning and Testing New Models of Sustainable Energy Cooperation and Services in Industrial Parks

S-PARCS presents a sound concept for reducing energy costs and energy consumption in industrial parks, while, at the same time, increasing renewable on-site energy production. It aims at moving from a single-company energy efficient intervention approach to cooperative energy efficient solutions, enabling higher energy savings and the subsequent increase of competitiveness of the companies located in the parks. S-PARCS will systematically analyse technical, economic, regulatory, legal, organisational, environmental, and social barriers to energy-efficient park design and operation on all levels and will provide innovative, market-ready solutions to overcome them.

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement N° 892429

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