The SO WHAT project (Supporting new Opportunities for Waste Heat And cold valorisation Towards EU decarbonisation) is hosting its final event on November 17 from 9:00 to 15:30 (CET) / 10:00 to 16:30 (Romanian time) where it will address waste management challenges & solutions.
The venue will be organised in a hybrid format. In this sense, attendees can choose if they prefer to join the project event face-to-face at the Ovidius University of Constanta in Romania or online.
During the session, policies encouraging waste heat recovery will be analysed, an approach to SO WHAT objectives will be presented, as well as the assessment carried out in industrial sites and, finally, the tool development will be showcased. Similar initiatives, working together as part of the ALLIANCE4ECEI (Alliance for Energy Cooperation in European Industries) will also be involved in this event, together with the pilot sites where SO WHAT technologies have been tested and validated.
- climate change
- External event
About SO WHAT
SO WHAT (acronym for Supporting new Opportunities for Waste Heat And cold valorisation Towards EU Decarbonization) has developed an integrated software to identify and simulate how industrial waste heat and cold can cost-effectively balance with the local community’s forecasted energy demand, and how this can be integrated with renewable energy systems. The tool, designed to support different stakeholders in auditing and mapping their energy processes, assesses the impact of energy processes on both a technical and non-technical level and help to reduce the cost of energy audits. The tool is being validated by 11 demonstration sites testing the software in real operating conditions in industrial facilities.