Our consortium is gathering again in Constanța, Romania, on April 15 and 16.
On the second day, we will host an event open to the public. Stay tuned to our website and social media channels where we will soon share more details!
SO WHAT hosts meeting, co-creation workshop and panel in Antwerp
The SO WHAT project celebrated its first General Assembly meeting in Antwerp, Belgium, on December 10th.
The session was hosted at the YUST hotel, where the consortium partners assessed the progress of this project, six months after its kick off.
In addition, Sustainable Innovations Europe, with the support of RINA and CARTIF, organized a co-creation workshop in the evening. During this design thinking session, the consortium members and external guests joined in a dynamic exercise to define the requirements for the tool that SO WHAT is developing.
Report on SO WHAT Industrial Sectors WH/C recovery potential
We've just made public a report assessing the WH/C recovery potential of the SO WHAT industrial sectors.
Check it out and learn more about the methods of Waste Heat & Waste Cold recovery used in different industries and demonstration countries involved in this project and about the barriers to their implementation.
SO WHAT project partners from RINA and Environment Park visited Martini & Rossi’s Pessione plant in Turin, Italy, where all the products of the company, such as Martini, sparkling wines and liquors, are produced.
This industrial site is particularly relevant for the project as many heat and cold recovery options are already in place there. Martini will test and validate the project’s tool to analyze those valorisation processes.
Some of SO WHAT consortium members from CARTIF, FAEN and ELEUKON visited the ENCE Pulp Mill in Navia, Spain, one of the project’s validation sites, on November 5.
As one of SO WHAT’s demo sites, ENCE will use the project’s tool to analyse its manufacturing processes and will benefit from the experience of some consortium partners in Waste Heat valorisation processes.