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Data Management Plan (DMP)

This deliverable is related to Task 1.1. Data Management Plan will set the basis for the Dissemination and exploitation but also the procedures for the sharing of data of the project. This is the first version to be revised during the course of the project.

Draft Dissemination and Communication Plan including project identity set, website, dissemination package

This deliverable corresponds to Tasks 9.1., 9.2. 9.3. and 9.4. This deliverable explains how the project will communicate its developments and outcomes, and how the consortium will ensure visibility of the project and dissemination of its results throughout its duration. The main outcomes will be a plan identifying a set of dissemination activities to be implemented and materials to be developed (leaflets, presentations at international conferences and workshops, scientific publications) and a general communication strategy to follow during the project lifetime.

Final version of Dissemination and Communication Plan

This deliverable corresponds to Tasks 9.1., 9.2., 9.3. and 9.4. It will include the updates of the dissemination and communication plan including the list of performed activities and specific showcases for each demo-site.

SHIP2FAIR demo-site campaign activities

This deliverable corresponds to task 71 and will summarize the activities developed in demonstration activities including startup of the demo phase and monitoring

Training guidebook

Deliverable D94 related to task 93 is a guidebook gathering a standardized version of the training materials with no specificities from the demosites and thus with a wide applicability This guidebook will be based on the different steps of training materials done during the project during the WP7 which will be specific of each demosite and would be mentioned as examples D94 will be published through the web site The brochure for policy makers is provided in this deliverable

Use cases for the integration of solar heat in industrial processes identification and characterization

This deliverable corresponds to Task 2.1. This document will outline the most promising use cases identified according to the following criteria: attractiveness of the related business model (profitability, investment needs and funding opportunities), replication and market potential (cross-sectorial replication, number and size of EU companies, current sector status), environmental impacts (fossil fuels substitution, CO2 emissions avoided) and technical feasibility.

Roadmap for the deployment of Solar Heating for Industrial Processes

Leveraging on the experience gained from the demosites this deliverable result of Task 83 will analyse the market steps to be performed out of the project and the sectorial peculiarities of solar heat integration in industrial processes along with the SHIP2FAIR results and assets validated in the food and beverage sector and will present a possible roadmap of the replicability of SHIP2FAIR in other industrial sectors

SHIP2FAIR Pre-Feasibility Replication studies

This deliverable corresponds to Task 84 This report will include the prefeasibility studies realized by means of the Replication Tool in collaboration with the replication sites

SHIP2FAIR Best practices guide

This document related to task 74 provides information to support any stakeholder interested in building a project on solar heat integrating in the industrial processes addressed in the use cases This document describes all the necessary steps to develop a project and maximize its benefits

Business models for the deployment of Solar Heating for Industrial Processes

This deliverable corresponds to Task 81 The outcomes of the report will be a Cost Benefit Analysis for the demosites and a business model for each of the use cases characterized under Task 21 following Canvas methodology

Key Performance Indicators to evaluate the integration of solar heating in industrial processes

This deliverable corresponds to Task 2.4. The deliverable D2.3 will include the definition of a set of relevant KPIs for describing the impacts that would derive from the implementation of solar plants at the demonstration sites. It will be realized accordingly to specific references to primary energy consumption, share of solar, GHG emissions and other pollutants, investment and operating costs for the new plants to be installed. A database of the set of relevant KPIs, prepared based on a market analysis, will be defined using available sources as well as a database of costs of the technologies (CAPEX and OPEX) for each main solar technology will be prepared based on a market analysis. A comparison with the EU-28 energy tariffs differentiated per country and energy vector (natural gas, electricity, oil derivate fuels, etc...) will be made to address cost benefit.

SHIP2FAIR demo-site showcases

This deliverable corresponds to Task 92 At each demosite a specific showcase room will be enabled in order to show to the public information about the project demonstration activities and results


Fault detective: Automatic fault-detection for solar thermal systems based on artificial intelligence

Author(s): Lukas Feierl, Viktor Unterberger, Claudio Rossi, Bernhard Gerardts, Manuel Gaetani
Published in: Solar Energy Advances, 2022, ISSN 2667-1131
Publisher: Solar Energy Advances
DOI: 10.1016/j.seja.2023.100033

An adaptive short-term forecasting method for the energy yield of flat-plate solar collector systems

Author(s): Viktor Unterberger, Klaus Lichtenegger, Valentin Kaisermayer, Markus Gölles, Martin Horn
Published in: Applied Energy, Issue Volume 293, 1 July 2021, 116891, 2021, ISSN 2076-3417
Publisher: Applied Sciences
DOI: 10.1016/j.apenergy.2021.116891

SHIP2FAIR – Martini & Rossi: integration of Solar Heat in Industrial Process – Preliminary evaluation

Author(s): Stefano Barberis, Francesco Peccianti, Luca Castellino, Thomas Bolognesi, Alessandro Bortoletto
Published in: E3S Web of Conferences, Issue 113, 2019, Page(s) 03018, ISSN 2267-1242
Publisher: SUPEHR19
DOI: 10.1051/e3sconf/201911303018


Author(s): Thomas Bolognesi Alessandro Bortoletto Maurizio Fantino Stefano Barberis Francesco Peccianti Luca Castellino
Published in: Energy for Sustainability International Conference 2019, Issue 55, 2019, ISBN 978-989-54499-0-3
Publisher: Energy for Sustainability International Conference 2019

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