Integration of alternative energies

The integration of alternative energies - via decarbonised gases (biomethane, hydrogen, and syngas), process electrification, renewable electricity, and also renewable and recovered heat (biomass, waste heat) - is an important lever for reducing the carbon impact of industrial sites.
However, this integration must be carried out under optimal conditions to result in a real gain in process energy efficiency.

ALLICE has proposed to its members:
Upcoming studies in this area include:

-Energy hybridisation of industrial processes.
-Deployment of heat pumps in industry: market, integration issues and emerging solutions.
-Summary of prospective studies on the future availability of biomass
-Summary of prospective studies into the future availability of hydrogen