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1 PIN, Newcastle th PIN MEETING The Beehive, Newcastle University Christoph Brunner AEE - Institute for Sustainable Technologies (AEE INTEC) A-8200 Gleisdorf, Feldgasse 19 AUSTRIA IEA SHC Task 49/IV Solar process heat for production and advanced applications

2 PIN, Newcastle Market and potential Solar process heat 2.Work of the IEA Task 3.Related projects 4.Participants Content Sunmark A/S GEA brewery systems

3 PIN, Newcastle thermal 49% Transport 31% electricity 20% private houses 43% service sector 13% Industry >250°C 30% Industry <250°C 14% Energy demand in EU 27 Sector heating and cooling: 49%  Of that Industry: 44% energy demand EU (EREC, 2006) Thermal energy demand in EU 27 (ETP RHC, 2011) Motivation

4 PIN, Newcastle Potential for process heat <250°C  Austria: 1,5 TWh/a = 3,3 Mio. m² (Weiss, 2006)  Germany: 16 TWh/a = 36 Mio. m² (Lauterbach, 2011)  EU 25: ca. 70 TWh/a = 155 Mio. m² (Vannoni, 2008) Industrial heat demand per temperature in Germany 2007 (Lauterbach, 2011) Based on the actual technology appr. 3- 4% of the thermal energy demand of industry can be covered by solar thermal in Europe Motivation

5 PIN, Newcastle Motivation

6 PIN, Newcastle Solar Process heat collectors Source: Schüco International KG Source: Wagner & Co Solartechnik Source: Solera GmbH Source: Industrial Solar Source: Isomorph

7 PIN, Newcastle Generic systems Air collectors Open systems with storage Closed systems with storage Systems without storage

8 PIN, Newcastle Market overview World wide appr. 200 solar process heat systems are intsalled with a total capacity of 42 MW th ( m²) (status quo of 2009) (IEA SHC Task 33/IV und Erhebungen AEE INTEC) Source: S.O.L.I.D. GmbH,

9 PIN, Newcastle IEA SHC Task 49 / IV – Content Subtask A Process heat collectors Subtask B Process optimization Process integration Process intensification Subtask C Case studies, Integration tools Dissemination Coordinator: AEE INTEC, Christoph Brunner Duration: 4 years Start: February 2012

10 PIN, Newcastle Subtask A: Process heat collector Lead country: Switzerland (Dr. Elimar Frank - SPF) Objectives:  Improving solar process heat collectors and collector loop components  Providing a basis for the comparison of collectors with respect to technical and economical conditions  Giving comprehensive recommendations for standardized testing procedures Source: TVP Solar Source: Sopogy

11 PIN, Newcastle Subtask B: Process integration and Process Intensification combined with solar process heat Lead country: Austria (Bettina Muster – AEE INTEC) Objectives:  Improved solar thermal system integration for production processes  by advanced heat integration and storage management,  advanced methodology for decision on integration place and integration types  Increase of the solar process heat potential by combining  process intensification and solar thermal systems  fostering new applications for solar (thermal/UV) technologies The University of Manchester

12 PIN, Newcastle Subtask B objectives Advanced heat integration  Methodology for advanced integration (incl. storage management)  Decision on integration place and integration types (at the process, at the distribution, at the supply) system definition – pinch analysis – ideal heat management – solar integration

13 PIN, Newcastle Combining process intensification and solar thermal systems Analysis of the effect of upcoming technologies on the potential for solar (heat) in industry Positive effects (enhancing the potential), negative effects (decreasing the potential) e.g.: effect of microwave drying on solar drying processes? contribution of UV disinfection to industrial processes? effects of direct steam injection technologies e.g. direct steam injection in boiling (potential for high temperature collectors) less heat recovery from boiling for water preparation  increasing potential for solar hot water preparation Lower wash water needs due to process intensification  decreasing potential for solar hot water preparation. Identification of promising technology changes that will enhance the potential for solar (heat) in processes and the respective research needs e.g. continuous processes in the food industry; low temperature processes; static mixers for enhanced heat/mass transfer; photo catalytic processes etc.

14 PIN, Newcastle Combining process intensification and solar thermal systems B4. Workshops on new process technologies (one at beginning, one when potential new applications are known together with solar collector developers) To provide a sound basis to the work foreseen and stimulate the know- how exchange between experts from conventional process technologies with solar process technologies, a dedicated workshop will be done for new process technologies that can potentially be driven by solar. 1st Workshop: Overview of new technologies - Which new technologies are/might be relevant? Planned: Begin of September 2012 in Graz (in the frame work of Gleisdorf Solar)

15 PIN, Newcastle Subtask C: Design Guidelines, Case Studies and Dissemination Lead country: Germany (Dr. Werner Platzer - Fraunhofer ISE) Objectives:  a worldwide overview of results and experiences  to develop a performance assessment methodology for a comparison and analysis of different applications, collector systems, regional and climatic conditions  to support future project stake holders by providing design guidelines, simplified fast and easy to handle calculation tools Source: Industrial Solar Source: DLR

16 PIN, Newcastle Task 49 / IV – Selected projects Solar Brew: Solar Brewing the Future EU FP7 (2012 – 2015) Solar process integration in breweries and malting plant  Holistic approach: process optimization and solar integration  Realization of three demonstration plants (∑ > 7.200m² resp. 5 MWth)  Further development of “Green brewery sector concept”

17 PIN, Newcastle Task 49 / IV – SolarBrew Brewery Goess, AT

18 PIN, Newcastle Task 49 / IV – SolarBrew Brewery Valencia, ES

19 PIN, Newcastle Task 49 / IV – SolarBrew Malting Plant Vialonga, PT

20 PIN, Newcastle Development of branch concepts (calculation tool) for energy efficiency and integration of solar process heat in the food and beverage industry Structure of calculation tool: Module 1: „energy and mass balance“ Module 2: „technology and system optimization“ Module 3: „Integration of renewable energy“ SolarFoods

21 PIN, Newcastle Berger Fleischwaren GmbH  Sausage Production in Sieghartskirchen, Austria Flat plate collector system of SOLID Planned maximum flat plate collector area:1489 m² Hot water storage: 80 m³ Expected total annual solar heating gains: 600 MWh/a InSun Soltiguain Gembettola, Italy  Liner concentrating Fresnel collectors for brick drying at Laterizi Gambettola SRL Direct steam production at 180°C (12 bar) in the Fresnel collector field to supply the steam driven radiant het Fresnel collector model: FTM36 (132 m² /collector) Solar field size: m² Peak solar field net capacity: 1’264 kW Lácteas Cobreros, Castrogonzalo-Zamora, Spain  Parabolic trough collectors of Solera Sunpower GmbH for milk powder production Indirect steam generation 200°C outlet temperature. Number of Parabolic trough collectors:600 -Total collector area:2040 m² -Expected heating energy gains:1 GWh/a

22 PIN, Newcastle Task 49 / IV – DLR direct steam generation

23 PIN, Newcastle Task 49 / IV – DLR P3

24 PIN, Newcastle Participation to IEA Task 49/IV  Up to now 45 projects identified in total  Regarding to all Sub-tasks  More than 50 different research institutions/companies involved from 15 countries Source: GEA Brewery Systems Source: Smirro GmbH

25 PIN, Newcastle Next events Next IEA Task 49/IV meeting (with special WS on PI and Solar): 6/7 th September 2012 Graz, Austria Gleisdorf Solar: th September 2012, Gleisdorf, Austria IEA SHC Conference: 9 th -11 th July 2012, San Francisco, USA

26 PIN, Newcastle Thank You for your attention Christoph Brunner AEE - Institute for Sustainable Technologies (AEE INTEC) A-8200 Gleisdorf, Feldgasse 19 AUSTRIA Sunmark A/S GEA brewery systems


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