Join us for the launch of the European Energy Research Alliance Joint Programme for Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes white paper on “Industrial Thermal Energy Storage – Supporting the transition to decarbonise industry”.
One quarter of total final energy consumption in the European Union is consumed by industry. Within that quarter, over 80% is consumed by heating and cooling processes. The continued, wide-scale use of gas, oil, coal, and other fossil fuels for industrial thermal processes leads to an estimated greenhouse gas (GHG) emission of 513 Mt CO2 equivalent per year, 12% of total GHG emissions.
Thermal energy storage (TES) can assist in the decarbonisation of industrial heating and cooling, and increase energy system flexibility and security. The full roll-out of industrial TES could enable a potential 1,793 TWh of fossil fuel replacement by renewable energy and/or surplus heat. So why aren’t more organisations implementing TES?
This webinar launch will present the key findings from the EERA JP EEIP White Paper “Industrial Thermal Energy Storage – Supporting the transition to decarbonise industry” which has assessed the potential of TES to support decarbonisation goals across the European Union. The Paper provides insights from industry experts on
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Further details about the work of the EERA JP EEIP can be found here Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes - Home (eera-eeip.eu)