How Greece drives energy efficiency: 5 innovative companies

The ICP Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ certification delivers high quality projects and safer returns - for clients and investors. IREE covers buildings, industry and street lighting. A long list of project developers and quality assurance providers in various European countries...

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Utilize all the available energy — Heat recovery

Today, global industry consumes a vast amount of energy. The biggest challenge is that as much as half of it is wasted due to the inefficient and complicated recovery of low-grade energy. Heat in the form of vapor, hot water, or hot air is a result of almost any production cycle, but...

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Finding our voice

I am President of Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes (EEIP) and we have about 140,000 in our network.  We pride ourselves in being a neutral platform, but we have a voice and we do what we can to promote the importance of improved industrial energy efficiency throughout Europe....

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5 innovative UK energy efficiency project developers and quality assurance providers

The ICP Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ certification delivers high quality projects and safer returns - for clients and investors. IREE covers buildings, industry and street lighting. A long list of project developers and quality assurance providers in various European countries...

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Business Practices

10 Facts about Energy Management

About 11% of all EU energy consumption can be economised cost-effectively through the adoption of more effective energy management. Energy management is a structured process through which organisations seek to optimise their energy use, by reducing energy waste, increasing energy-efficiency and increasing the share of renewable energy. Energy management standards, such as EN ISO 50001, offer a comprehensive approach to address the various behavioural, technological and regulatory requirements....

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Hydraulic system - energy efficiency optimization

This paper describes the 4 step approach of KSB to optimize the energy efficiency of a hydraulic system. While focussing on the entire life-cycle, the aim is to lower operating costs. The approach starts with a system analysis to detect optimization potential and ends with usage of smart pump technology and services during operation - see also paper on industry 4.0 and smart pump technology. It contains links to details of each step of the process....

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How Greece drives energy efficiency: 5 innovative companies

Energy Efficiency

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22 March 2019

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Jürgen Ritzek

The ICP Investor Ready Energy Efficiency™ certification delivers high quality projects and safer returns - for clients and investors. IREE covers buildings, industry and street lighting. A long list of project developers and quality assurance providers in various European countries became already certified.Who they are? Here are 5 innovative Greek companies driving energy efficiency markets

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Utilize all the available energy — Heat recovery

Energy Recovery

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17 March 2019

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Joakim Palmberg

Today, global industry consumes a vast amount of energy. The biggest challenge is that as much as half of it is wasted due to the inefficient and complicated recovery of low-grade energy. Heat in the form of vapor, hot water, or hot air is a result of almost any production cycle, but it does not have to go to waste. With smarter systems, it can be recovered and reused for other purposes, contributing to the reduction of carbon emissions and to significant cost savings for both producers and end users.

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Finding our voice

Energy Efficiency

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17 March 2019

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Rod Janssen

I am President of Energy Efficiency in Industrial Processes (EEIP) and we have about 140,000 in our network.  We pride ourselves in being a neutral platform, but we have a voice and we do what we can to promote the importance of improved industrial energy efficiency throughout Europe. For that reason, we jumped at the opportunity when I was asked to speak at WSED.

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