Conference: Energy Recovery in Industry - Best Practice to Implementation

12
Jun
2013
Congress
00:00 CEST
| Duisburg, Landschaftspark - Gebläsehalle, Germany

EEIP, Europe´s fastest growing platform for industrial energy efficiency, is organizing a European conference on industrial waste heat and energy recovery - at the heart of the German energy intensive manufacturing: Duisburg.

The conference covers the barriers and opportunities for more widespread use of industrial energy.
Starting from the challenges such as regulation and financing and moving to the solutions, from technology & services to revenue streams and specials like grid access, the event builds a business case for industrial waste heat and energy recovery

As this is an invitation only conference, please contact EEIP Business Director Juergen Ritzek for registration (juergen.ritzek@ee-ip.org)

Speakers came from the European Institutions and from energy intensive industries, solution providers and investment funds.

Particiants are energy managers and industrial plant managers from many sectors, as well as those working on industrial cogeneration, heat pumps, heat exchangers, energy management systems or advising how industrial facility can save or better use energy.

Presentations (where the link is available)

Energy recovery – What can policy do?

‘Introduction: Why industrial energy recovery’, Dusan Jakovljevic, EEIP

‘Low-Carbon Economy’, Eva Hoos, Directorate General Energy, European Commission

‘Manufacturing Industries’ Challenge: Innovation and Sustainability’, Patrick Lacharme, Schneider Electric, France

Energy recovery – What can industry do? (Best practices)

Jacob Steinmo, Finnfjord AS, Norway

Hans Peter Domels, ThyssenKrupp, Germany

Daniele Florean, Sangalli Glass, Italy

Izabella Geapana and Andrei Ceclan, Servelect, Romania

ER>ER Conclusions – Industrial Energy Recovery Partnership - EU

Energy efficiency for carbon savings, Alf Tore Haug, Elkem, Norway

Energy recovery: Best practices in energy intensive industries, Alessandro Foresti, Turboden, Italy

Financing energy recovery: Insuring the savings, Raphael Lehne, KlimaProtect, Germany

Partnering utilities: Industrial energy in district heating networks, Adolf Topp, AGFW e. V., Germany

Industrial energy recovery: Unlocking the business potentials in Europe, Juergen Ritzek, EEIP

 

EEIP energy recovery work is supported by the European Commission through a grant dedicated to support energy intensive industries covered under the 3rd ETS phase. Waste Heat Recovery is assumed to play a major role to lower costs, reduce allowance obligations and enhance competitiveness. So what are the main challenges and what are solutions to allow a broader and faster adoption of waste heat recovery solutions?