Methodology development for efficient integration of energy-intensive climate-friendly processes in industrial clusters

The project’s aim is to develop the ”Total site” analysis method (TSA) for analysing opportunities for implementation of common energy efficiency measures and advanced biorefinery concepts in industrial clusters. Selected cases are evaluated with respect to techno-economic performance as well as associated potentials for reduction of CO2 emissions using energy market scenarios. The project is conducted as a case study linked to the chemical cluster in Stenungsund. The results from this project can be used to evaluate the advantages for co-localisation of other processes at an existing cluster.

Participants

Simon Harvey (contact)

Professor at Energy and Environment, Industrial Energy Systems and Technologies

Roman Hackl

Doktorand at Energy and Environment, Industrial Energy Systems and Technologies

Collaborations

AGA Gas AB

Göteborg, Sweden

Akzo Nobel Functional Chemicals AB

Domsjö, Sweden

Borealis AB

Stenungsund, Sweden

Ineos Sverige AB

Stenungsund, Sweden

Perstorp AB

Malmö, Sweden

Funding

Swedish Energy Agency

Funding years 2010–2014

More information

Latest update

2015-03-05