Compressor delivery paves way for first heat pump demos

Compressor delivery paves way for first heat pump demos

Unique compressor technologies aim to support reduced fossil fuel dependency of industry

Compressors from Viking Heat Engines and Bitzer – specially engineered to reach up to 160 °C – have been delivered to an experienced Austrian heat pump manufacturer and work is underway to build the first industrial, high-temperature heat pump systems to be installed at DryFiciency’s demo partner sites. 

Compressor delivery paves way for first heat pump demos

Unique compressor technologies aim to support reduced fossil fuel dependency of industry

Compressors from Viking Heat Engines and Bitzer – specially engineered to reach up to 160 °C – have been delivered to an experienced Austrian heat pump manufacturer and work is underway to build the first industrial, high-temperature heat pump systems to be installed at DryFiciency’s demo partner sites.

Impressions from DryFiciency´s 3rd Consortium Meeting in Trondheim

Impressions from DryFiciency´s 3rd Consortium Meeting in Trondheim

20 - 21 November 2018, Trondheim, Norway

Consortium members met between 20.-21. November 2017 in Trondheim - Norway for its 3rd consortium meeting. To lead to successful post-project opportunities of DryFiciency project, the focus of this meeting was business model development and exploitation strategies. Additionally, a visit to scientific partner´s (SINTEF) research facilities took place. 

 

12 January 2018 | Number of views: 694 | Tags: meetingconsortiumNorwaybusinessmodelcanvastest model Read more...
Event report: DryFiciency at European Heat Pump Summit 2017

Event report: DryFiciency at European Heat Pump Summit 2017

24 - 25 October 2017, Nuremberg, Germany

DryFiciency project was presented at the European Heat Pump Summit 2017 in Nuremberg. 

3 October 2017 | Number of views: 808 | Tags: heat pumpsHP summitEuropean Heat Pump SummitNuremberg2017 Read more...
Agrana and DryFiciency: the interview

Agrana and DryFiciency: the interview

´´Heat pump technology shows potential to reach energy-savings, impossible to be reached by other technologies. It is considered to open doors for heat pump technology in AGRANA’s production plants in the future.´´

Emmerich Haimer, responsible Technician at AGRANA Starch GmbH

22 May 2017 | Number of views: 1080 | Tags: industryinsightpartnerAgranainterview Read more...
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