BAMBOO Newsletter 2
- 26 May 2020
BAMBOO project is reaching its midpoint, with the consortium fully engaged in the achievement of project objectives: reducing energy costs, improving processes efficiency and decreasing the GHG emissions in four energy-intensive industries (steel, petrochemical, pulp & paper and minerals)
Efficiency improvement of industrial processes: the ORC system in BAMBOO
Project’s update - 14 May 2020
How can waste heat recovery Organic Ranking Cycle support a sustainable energy conversion of power plants? Is the technology mature, and how is it declined and tested by BAMBOO project? Interview with the Turkish oil company TUPRAS.
Extractive industry, environment and market potential: interview to Grecian Magnesite
Project’s update - 12 Mar 2020
Minerals are everywhere: the modern society uses minerals for constructions and infrastructure sectors, for generating power, processing waste, production of wide consumption products, automotive, medicine, cosmetics, digital technology products and many other goods. The capacity of Mineral Raw Materials is a requirement for the sustainable function, prosperity and progress of modern societies.
Can heat pumps help greening industrial processes?
Project’s update - 18 Dec 2019
Innovative heat pumps have the potential for big savings: they can boost energy efficiency and reduce the carbon footprint
Boosting Industrial Flexibility
Project’s update - 25 Sep 2019
Innovative technologies to increase the industrial competitiveness through the flexibility of processes
BAMBOO sets out to optimise the energy consumption of Europe’s intensive industries
Article - 01 Jul 2019
The energy transition towards a secure, competitive and decarbonised energy system is one of the major environmental challenges currently facing the energy intensive industries of the EU.
Can heavy industry become more sustainable?
Press release - 01 Apr 2019
Key question for the new EU-funded BAMBOO project which aims to investigate Innovative technologies to increase the industrial competitiveness through the flexibility of industrial processes.
Waste heat from power plants hits home
Article - 30 Dec 2018
District heating systems that use industrial waste are increasingly common, which helps the transition to a circular economy.