The DryFiciency project started in September 2016 with a consortium kickoff event in Vienna and is scheduled to run 48 months till August 2020. The main tasks performed and results achieved within the first 18 months are described, on plant, unit and component level.
Loïc Chereau shares motivation of Chemours on project involvement, what role sustainability has for the company and more.
The European Sustainable Energy Week 2018 took place in Brussels between 4 – 7 June 2018. The European Heat Pump Association, a partner of DryFiciency project, participated or co-organized several activities where DryFiciency was involved.
DecarbCities forum addressed the challenge of fast-growing cities and their energy demands. DryFiciency project participated with a poster of Agrana’s drying unit which was part of a poster exhibition presenting large heat pump applications in Europe.
CEO of Viking Heat Engines reveals why they joined the project, how important the large heat pump market is for them and more.
Julian Pfaffl, Head of Product Performance at Bitzer, shares his thoughts about DryFiciency and involvement of Bitzer.
The conference focusing on natural refrigerants was held between 17 – 20 of June 2018 in Valencia, Spain.
Gustav Lorentzen Conference is important conference attracting an international audience with an interest in natural working fluids, including system owners, operators and end users, academic researchers, policy makers, contractors, manufactures of components and many other stakeholders. The conference is therefore not only an opportunity to present the findings in front of the relevant audience, but also a meeting place where all the specialists can share their views and knowledge to each other. This year, the conference was held from June 18 to 20, 2018 at the Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain.
On 16th of May, the Decarb cities forum took place in MuseumsQuartier in Vienna to address the trend of increasing share of human population living in cities and to discuss no-pollution solutions.
DryFiciency consortium welcomes Viking Heat Engine as an official new partner to the project