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Workshop on “Integrating Renewable Energy for Industrial Process Heat Training” was held in Sydney on 2-3 July 2019. We heard presentations about process integration and the tools necessary to integrate renewable energy into process heating applications in a systematic and robust way.

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Why come together?

The Integrating Renewable Energy for Industrial Process Heat Training session, held in Sydney on 2–3 July 2019, focused on building capability in integrating renewable energy systems in industrial processes among energy consultants, industry government representatives and academics. The training aimed to help attendees understand how to optimise renewable energy systems, industrial heat pumps, and thermal storage for both continuous and batch processes for all sizes of industrial processes and sites. The sessions also provided an opportunity for attendees to engage with each other and share lessons from personal experiences.

Presenters included:

  • Mr. Stephen Drew, a process integration consultant and also a member of ARENA’s Advisory Panel
  • Dr. Martin Atkins from the University of Waikato, New Zealand
  • Mr. Bradley Anderson from the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage
  • Mr. Alan Pears AM, a Senior Industry Fellow at RMIT University and senior consultant with the Australian Alliance for Energy Productivity (A2EP).

This summary presents key takeaways and discussion points from the workshop.

Last updated 29 May 2020
Last updated
29 May 2020
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