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Intelligent Hybrid Thermo-Chemical District Networks

Deliverables

D4.1 Business models *

Market situation, business models and environmental constraints aligned with the application scenarios (Task 2.1, Deliverable 2.1). * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D4.2 Case study results *

Results techno-economic analysis from case studies. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D 5.5 Workshop technology and integration

Aim of the workshop: develop network applications and configurations and disseminate network technology among stakeholders, Invitees: District network planners and operators, energy suppliers, municipalities, building and urban planners, power plant engineers.

D5.3 Workshop thermos-chemical technology

Aim of the workshop: Integrate components in application on source and demand side and disseminate technology, Invitees: Researchers working on thermo-chemical processes, energy engineers for heating and cooling systems, heat recovery buildings as well as industry and industrial drying.

D 3.1 Control and smart grid integration strategies *

Control strategies for pure thermo-chemical networks and for networks integrated with other network types such as district heating and electric smart grids. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D3.2 Simulation results *

Identified networks and results from computer simulation results of case studies and demonstrators. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D4.3 Technical/Economic report: (1) Technology potential and (2) exploitation road map*

Technology part (ALL): Description of the technology and environmental potential based on case study results. Economics part (ACCEL): Exploitation road map and path to market of the thermo-chemical technology including the following contents: Market Summary Report, Innovation Report and business/operational models * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D2.1 Application scenarios *

Report compiling the relevant operation conditions and scenarios of applying the technology aligned with the business models (Task 4.1, Deliverable 4.1). * This public deliverable may include a confidential part.

D 2.4 Demonstrator manuals *

Design and operation manual of demonstrators describing the planned realisation and operation of the demonstrators. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D2.5 Demonstrator results *

Monitoring data and other observations from the demonstrators. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D2.3 Performance results *

Performance data of the developed components with measurement protocol and interpretation. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D2.2 Network components *

Report on the components and installations that have been developed in the laboratories of the partners. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D3.3 Simulation library *

Library of the developed component models for a computer simulation environment. * This deliverable may include a confidential part.

D5.2: Project website

Project website regularly updated with recent results and event concerning the project.

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Publications

Thermochemische Energieversorgungsnetzwerke

Author(s): Serena Danesi, Claudio Koller, Thomas Bergmann
Published in: Status-Seminar Forschen für den Bau im Kontext von Energie und Umwelt, Issue September 2018, 2018, Page(s) 506-516

Thermo-Chemical District Networks

Author(s): Claudio Koller, Serena Danesi, Thomas Bergmann
Published in: Proceedings of EuroSun 2018, 2018, Page(s) 1-9
DOI: 10.18086/eurosun2018.05.02

Application cases and economic benefits of thermo-chemical networks

Author(s): Giampieri A, Buchholz M, Geyer P, Bucholz R, Engel C, Royapoor M, Smallbone A, Roskilly T
Published in: 4th Sustainable Thermal Energy Management International Conference (SusTEM2017), Issue 2017, 2017

District Energy Systems: A Collaborative Exchange of Results on Planning, Operation and Modelling for Energy Efficiency

Author(s): Tatiana Loureiro, Miika Rämä, Raymond Sterling, Marco Cozzini, Meritxell Vinyals, Michael Descamps, Wolfgang Birk, Gozde Unkaya, Federica Fuligni, Borna Doračić, Marin Petrovic, Dominik Rutz, Inés Arias, Sofia Lettenbichler, Ioannis Meintanis, Serafeim Moustakidis, Martin Buchholz, Reiner Buchholz, Mathieu Provost, Philipp Geyer
Published in: Proceedings, Issue 2/15, 2018, Page(s) 1127, ISSN 2504-3900
DOI: 10.3390/proceedings2151127

Hybrid thermo-chemical district networks – Principles and technology

Author(s): Philipp Geyer, Martin Buchholz, Reiner Buchholz, Mathieu Provost
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 186, 2017, Page(s) 480-491, ISSN 0306-2619
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2016.06.152

Use Cases with Economics and Simulation for Thermo-Chemical District Networks

Author(s): Philipp Geyer, Muhannad Delwati, Martin Buchholz, Alessandro Giampieri, Andrew Smallbone, Anthony P. Roskilly, Reiner Buchholz, Mathieu Provost
Published in: Sustainability, Issue 10/3, 2018, Page(s) 599, ISSN 2071-1050
DOI: 10.3390/su10030599

Economic Evaluation and Simulation for the Hasselt Case Study: Thermochemical District Network Technology vs. Alternative Technologies for Heating

Author(s): Muhannad Delwati, Ahmed Ammar, Philipp Geyer
Published in: Energies, Issue 12/7, 2019, Page(s) 1260, ISSN 1996-1073
DOI: 10.3390/en12071260

H-DisNet: Thermo-chemical solutions for sustainable district energy

Author(s): C. Engel, P. Geyer, R. Buchholz, M. Buchholz
Published in: Euroheat and Power (English Edition) 2018, Issue Vol. 15, 2018, Page(s) 29 - 34, ISSN 1613-0200

Thermodynamics and economics of liquid desiccants for heating, ventilation and air-conditioning – An overview

Author(s): Alessandro Giampieri, Zhiwei Ma, Andrew Smallbone, Anthony Paul Roskilly
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 220, 2018, Page(s) 455-479, ISSN 0306-2619
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2018.03.112

Techno-economic analysis of the thermal energy saving options for high-voltage direct current interconnectors

Author(s): Alessandro Giampieri, Zhiwei Ma, Janie Ling Chin, Andrew Smallbone, Padraig Lyons, Imad Khan, Stephen Hemphill, Anthony Paul Roskilly
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue 247, 2019, Page(s) 60-77, ISSN 0306-2619
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2019.04.003