Scenarios for evaluating energy efficiency measures in industrial energy systems
Report, 2004

Decreasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions will be a major driver when designing or retrofitting industrial process energy systems in the future. This can be achieved by e.g. increased heat recovery, heat pumping of waste heat, integration of combined heat and power (CHP), increased component energy efficiency, and switching to renewable fuels. For many applications, it is expected that energy policy instruments will result in fuel switching in favour of biomass fuels. Biomass fuel is a limited resource, thus it is expected that the increased demand for biofuel will increase the market price for this type of fuel.

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Simon Harvey

Chalmers, Department of Chemical Engineering and Environmental Sciences, Heat and Power Technology

Linking process integration and energy market scenarios to evaluate biomass saving measures at pulp mills

Proceedings, 2nd World Conference and Technology Exhibition on Biomass for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection. 10-14 May, 2004, Rome, Italy,; (2004)p. pp 2202-2205

Conference contribution

Energy market scenarios for evaluating energy efficiency measures in industrial energy systems

Proceedings, 2nd World Conference and Technology Exhibition on Biomass for Energy, Industry and Climate Protection. 10-14 May, 2004, Rome, Italy,; (2004)p. pp 2170-2173

Conference contribution

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Chemical Engineering

ISBN

1403-8307

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10/7/2017