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Newsletter 5, September 2020
SO WHAT at the Rankine 2020 Conference

Our consortium partner the University of Birmingham participated in the online Rankine Conference 2020 with the presentation of two papers that included some of the findings and work of the SO WHAT Project:

- Organic Rankine cycles combined with thermochemical heat transformers to enhance the power output from waste heat.

- Latent heat and thermochemical storage as enablers for waste heat-to-power and heat-upgrade: a general approach.

The first presentation took place on July 28, and it was carried out by Giovanni Manente, while the second one happened on July 30 and it was presented by Adriano Sciacovelli..
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Discover all the SO WHAT Demo Sites

We have elaborated a map showcasing all the SO WHAT Demo Sites that will serve to validate the technology developed by the project, and we have created a new section on the project website providing some information about each of them! 
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SO WHAT hosts exploitation workshop

The SO WHAT partners celebrated an exploitation workshop conducted by the consortium partner Sustainable Innovations (SIE), in May. The aim of the session was to assess the project’s requirements regarding key exploitable results (KER) and Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).

The outcomes of this workshop will serve to elaborate an exploitation plan and a business strategy for the tool being developed. 

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Current barriers to industrial WH/C recovery and exploitation

Interested in understanding the challenges to industrial  Waste Heat and Waste Cold (WH/C) recovery?
Our partners from Göteborg Energi and IVL Svenska Miljöinstitutet have elaborated a report about the current barriers to industrial WH/C recovery and exploitation, based on the experiences of the SO WHAT - Project demo sites!

The document follows the logic of PESTLE - Political, Economic, Social, Technological, Legal, and Environmental - analysis for each of the countries engaged in the project.

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Current contractual agreements for WH/C exploitation

In addition to the challenges mentioned in the report above, it's also important to look into current contractual arrangements, which may be designed to overbridge barriers to collaboration.

We have released a new report focusing on the opportunities to exporting WH/C resources off-site, through a heat/cold distribution network, and including smart contracting and digital technologies applied to new efficient energy markets.

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Four SO WHAT Project partners speak about their involvement on this initiative.

Our partners speak about their involvement on the SO WHAT Project

We have interviewed four of our consortium members about their work in this initiative that aims to support industries and energy utilities in auditing and mapping their energy processes.

Watch this video and listen about the work of Adriano Sciacovelli, from our partner entity the University of BirminghamJosé María Cuartas Alonso from ELEUKON Global SLUSabina Fiorot from Environment Park and our project coordinator from RINAFrancesco Peccianti!

Requirements for energy auditing and for the
SO WHAT tool

Our project coordinator RINA has elaborated a report on the data requirements for energy auditing and specifically for the feeding of information to the future SO WHAT tool, as well as on their formats and on the most suitable indicators to compare energy performance data across different industries.

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Luca Castellino, Maintenance and Engineering Manager at Martini, speaking about their involvement in the SO WHAT Project.

Our partner Martini & Rossi talks about its involvement in SO WHAT as Demo site 

Casa Martini - Martini & Rossi is one of the SO WHAT Project partners and exploitation demo sites. They've been working on energy efficiency since years ago, putting in place different measures to boost sustainability.

Luca Castellino, Maintenance and Engineering Manager at Martini, explains in this video interview that they expect SO WHAT to help in the identification of new waste heat and cold recovery options based on accurate data and forecast. This will help the company reach its next level of sustainability. 

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