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Keraben Ceramics Industry: Technical Visit

In order to start a thermoelectricity project, it is important to have a physical visit to the facilities in order to determine the waste heat ranges and the temperature in addition to the installation of the WHRU system.  The technical visit was made at Keraben (Castellón) on Dec 9th, 2019.

Celsa Steel Industry: Technical Visit

In order to start a thermoelectricity project, it is important to have a physical visit to the facilities in order to determine the waste heat ranges and the temperature in addition to the installation of the WHRU system.  The technical visit was made at Celsa (Castellbisbal, Barcelona) on May 11, 2018.

Cementos Molins Cement Industry: Technical Visit

In order to start a thermoelectricity project, it is important to have a physical visit to the facilities in order to determine the waste heat ranges and the temperature in addition to the installation of the WHRU system.  The technical visit was made at the Cementos Molins (St. Vicenç del Horts, Barcelona) on Juny 29th, 2018.

Gomà Camps Paper Industry: Prototype Implementation

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AEInnova at Oil & Gas Conference

AEInnova has been participate in the Oil & Gas Conference, an event aimed at promoting intersectoral relations, as well as networking between the different actors and “key players”.

In there we presented our technology as well as the our Heat-R Life project. With nearly 300 attendees we could contact with 9 important people related to the Oil&Gas sector, our primary target.

 

 

AEInnova at Climate Change Mitigation in Energy Intensive Industries event

Our president, Dr. Raúl Aragonés, and our CEO, David Comellas, have attended the LIFE platform meeting on climate change mitigation in energy intensive industries in Utrecht, the Netherlands (26-27 September 2018).

The meeting is hosted by LIFE OPTIMELT (http://lifeoptimelt.com/announcement.htm), a project that is recovering waste heat in glass manufacturing, and is organised in cooperation with the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) and the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Climate Action (DG CLIMA).

The two-day gathering included plenary sessions on the policy context, industry commitments and technological solutions; workshops; a poster session; and field visits to the OPTIMELT project at the Libbey Leerdam glassware factory and Tata Steel’s Horizon 2020 project, HIsarna, both in the Netherlands.

 

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