Brian Vad Mathiesen, Professor, PhD, Professor in Energy Planning and Renewable Energy Systems at Aalborg University is the Head of the Sustainable Energy Planning Research Group at Aalborg University Firstly, tell us a bit about the work you do at Aalborg University and what is your...

Industrial activity globally accounts for upwards of one-third of the global energy demand, making the industrial energy demand a critical part of the energy system. Despite this, energy system models have so far largely de-emphasised the importance of the industrial sector, leaving the industrial energy...

Decarbonizing District Heating in EU-27 + UK: How Much Excess Heat Is Available from Industrial Sites? by Pia Manz, Katerina Kermeli, Urban Persson, Marius Neuwirth, Tobias Fleiter and Wina Crijns-Graus Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Utrecht University School of Business, Innovation and...

The Norwegian University of Life Sciences researchers (lead by Prof. Dr.Ing. Petter Næss) coordinated the sEEnergies efforts trying to estimate energy efficiency potentials in the EU/EFTA area within the transportation sector. The research was conducted through urban spatial development, transport infrastructure development, and economic instruments...

Documentation on excess heat potentials of industrial sites including open data file with selected potentials Facilities of energy-intensive industries including those for the production of steel, cement, paper, glass, chemicals and others are spread across Europe. The combination of high flue gas temperatures, continuous operation and...

  Firstly, tell us a bit about the work you do at TEP Energy and what is your role in sEEnergies.  TEP stands for Technology, Economics and Policy – three essential aspects that determine energy and climate today and in the future. From a technological point of view, we analyse...

Transport is highly context-specific, and so are the potential efficiency gains in this sector. Context can be established through mapping of the factors that drive mobility on the level of individual settlements. These are among others the sizes of human settlements, their population and density,...