From Q3 2019 the DryFiciency consortium will be sporting a new member in its midst: The Norwegian waste and waste water management pioneer Scanship will be responsible to conduct dryer test runs of the MVR system in a land-based waste management system in Drammen (Norway) for bio-sludge drying.
CEO of Viking Heat Engines reveals why they joined the project, how important the large heat pump market is for them and more.
Consortium members met between 20.-21. November 2017 in Trondheim – Norway for its 3rd consortium meeting. To lead to successful post-project opportunities of DryFiciency project, the focus of this meeting was business model development and exploitation strategies. Additionally, a visit to scientific partner´s (SINTEF) research facilities took place.