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The Department of Sustainable Organic Chemistry and Technology of Ghent University (Research group of Prof. C. Stevens) and Caloritum (ir. Wouter Ducheyne) have won on June 29th the prestigious prize on Enabling Technologies awarded by the Royal Society of Chemistry, UK. From more than one hundred proposals, the jury has selected the newly developed chemical heat pump for the recuperation of low temperature industrial waste heat as the most innovative proposal.
The Royal Society of Chemistry is one of the leading organizations in Europe promoting the chemical sciences. The British Society organizes yearly the Emerging Technologies Competition. This competition aims at stimulating the commercialization of the most innovating and impacting projects in the field of health care, materials and energy and sustainability. The jury praised the Ghent University and Caloritum proposal for the development of an efficient chemical heat pump inspired by the energy storage system of living cells. This idea combined with the expertise in phosphorus chemistry of the Stevens group led to an economical method for the valorization of industrial waste heat.
The developed chemical heat pump is thermally driven and is able to upgrade low temperature waste heat into high value process heat.
Thermally driven heat pumps are much more energy efficient than all other conventional heat pumps. They use only 2% of electricity whereas the conventional ones use about 30% of electricity to produce the same amount of heat. The developed heat pump can be applied in a broad range of industrial applications, uses waste heat between 75 and 150°C, generates a temperature lift of 100°C and has an attractive pay-back period of 3 to 5 years. Caloritum is now building a first industrial installation, the start of the commercialization of the technology.
The use of the thermally driven heat pump has the potential to reduce the industrial CO2 emission with 10%.
The consortium SynBioC/Caloritum won the first prize of 20.000 GBP and is the first non-British winner of this prestigious award in the energy and sustainability section. The prize offers international recognition to this innovation and underlines the green chemistry expertise of this research team.
By Mark 2015-12-10 16:18
The factory technical staff not only have high level of technology, their English level is also very good, this is a great help to technology communication.
By Rebecca 2016-6-28 18:47