Report on current barriers to industrial WH/C recovery and exploitation
This report will include additional methods for how data for example could be pre-processed before passing it to the SO WHAT decision support tool in order to minimise effort and post-processing
This report will include the CBA for both waste head/cold and the integration of RES within the industrial environment.
This report will build upon that presented in Section 1.3 of the proposal and provide a comprehensive review of the available H/C and RES technologies, which could be exploited by the demo sites.
Report on the generic scenarios that will be coded within the SO WHAT decision support tool as a first set of scenarios that the industrial site can investigate.
Report on the available databases to be integrated with the SO WHAT tool.
A report on the first dissemination and communication strategies will be presented
The final SO WHAT training plan and associated material will be available.
This report will provide an assessment of what potential there is for WH/C recovery in each of the site.
This report will outline the requirements for the data and how they will input to the SO WHAT decision support tool as well as in what format. The report will also provide a set of indicators which will be used to compare the sites later in tools developed in WP4.
This report will present a number of business and risk models for the industrial WH/C recovery and will identify the implications on the business model replicability of RES integration in heat recovery investments.
This report will outline the various financing and ESCO models that are currently available for industrial WH/C recovery
Description of the tool to be developed to be used for feedback from stakeholders.
A report on the updated dissemination and communication strategies will be presented
Report on specific needs for the recovery potential and employment of industrial WH/C from an end users perspective.
This report will present the various contractual arrangements for WH/C exploitation as identified from the industrial demosites including a detailed analysis into the GOTE site.