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Energy Scenarios 2050: Heating demand of small scale consumers 2017

on Feb 14, 2018 in Forschung, Mueller

Energy Scenarios 2050: Heating demand of small scale consumers 2017 Project description: This project is a sub-project to the Austrian national project to derive energy economic input parameters and scenarios to comply with the monitoring mechanisms on Green House Gas emissions. In course of this su-project e-think together with TU Wien derived input parameters and...

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progRESsHEAT – Fostering the use of renewable energies for heating and cooling

on Mar 23, 2016 in Energie- und Treibhausgasszenarien, Energiepolitische Instrumente, Erneuerbare Energie, Forschung, Hummel, Mueller

progRESsHEAT – Fostering the use of renewable energies for heating and cooling Project description: progRESsHEAT is intended to support the market uptake of existing and emerging renewable electricity, heating and cooling technologies. More specifically, the project provide policy makers with help in developing integrated, effective and efficient policy strategies...

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Energy Scenarios 2050: Heating demand of small scale consumers 2015

on Mar 23, 2016 in Mueller

Energy Scenarios 2050: Heating demand of small scale consumers 2015 Project description: The project “Development of energy related input parameters and scenarios for fulfilling the reporting requirements of the monitoring mechanism” provided comprehensive greenhouse gas emission and energy scenarios for Austria. e-think together with TU-Wien developed scenarios for...

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P2H-Pot – Potentials, economic feasibility and system solutions for Power-to-Heat

on Sep 23, 2014 in Forschung, Mueller

P2H-Pot – Potentials, economic feasibility and system solutions for Power-to-Heat Project description: P2H-Pot identifies economically feasible potentials for Power-to-Heat (P2H) in urban regions. The suitability of different technical system configurations are investigated using thermodynamic simulation and considering experiences from Scandinavian cases. The...

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