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Zweite NEFI-Konferenz
Programm

Die zweitägige Konferenz legt ihren inhaltlichen Fokus auf die NEFI-Innovationsfelder zur Dekarbonisierung des industriellen Energiesystems.

Tag 1 – 13.10.2022

09.00 – 10.00
Check-in and Get-together
10.00 – 10.10
Opening
Wolfgang Hribernik
NEFI Network Coordinator, Head of Center for Energy, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH (AIT)
Moderation
Cornelia Ertl
10.10 - 10.50
Interviewsession
The path to climate neutral industry

The global innovation landscape provides an excellent basis for the development of novel solutions to achieve the targeted climate goals. With numerous research projects on the deployment of new sustainable technologies in full swing, we now want to take the next step: NEFI Technology Talks will bring together national and international efforts in the context of selected, industrial decarbonization topics, synthesize findings and results, and form synergies to leverage further developments and drive them forward.

Henriette Spyra
Head of Section III ,Innovation and Technology‘, Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK)
Markus Achleitner
Regional Minister for Economy and Energy, Province of Upper Austria
Barbara Eibinger-Miedl
Regional Minister for Economy, Tourism, Regions, Science and Research, Province of Styria
Ursula Lackner
Regional Minister for Environment, Climate Protection, Energy, Regional Development and Spatial Planning, Province of Styria
Elvira Lutter
Program Manager at the Austrian Climate and Energy Fund, Director of the Net-Zero Industries Mission by Mission Innovation
10.00 – 12.00
Keynotes
Strategy options for the climate protection in the industry
Manfred Fischedick
Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy
Role of international cooperation to advance industrial decarbonisation
Rana Ghoneim
United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO)
Industry and The Green Deal
Dominique Planchon
Program Officer Research, Infrastructures and Industrialisation of Construction at European Commission, DG Research & Innovation/ Unit D2 - Advanced Manufacturing Systems and Biotechnologies
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch Break
13.00 - 13.45
Impulse lecture
NEFI‘s levers of action for climate neutrality
Peter Nagovnak
Research Associate, Chair of Energy Network Technology of Montanuniversität Leoben
Christian Schützenhofer
Senior Expert Advisor, Center for Energy, AIT
13.45 – 14:00
Break and change to the parallel sessions
Parallel
14.00 - 15.15
Energy Management and Flexibility Options
Parallelsession #1

An increased use of volatile renewable energy sources in industrial energy systems necessitates integrated and cross-sectoral energy infrastructure planning, as well as optimised flexibility integration. Against this background, the topics of this session include energy management and storage; innovative energy conversion technologies; and demand-side management (DMS) solutions.

Moderation
Thomas Kienberger
Head of Chair of Energy Network Technology, Montanuniversität Leoben
Keynote: Challenges and options for the capacity management of grids through the use of flexible load
Andreas Abart
Energie AG (Netz OÖ GmbH)
Recycling and second use of green hydrogen from semiconductor industry
Martin Sagmeister
HyCentA Research GmbH
The Role of Forecasting Energy Consumption and Demand in the Iron and Steel Industry - By the Example of an Electric Arc Furnace
Vanessa Zawodnik
Montanuniversity Leoben
Flexibility identification of an industrial production
Karl-Wilhelm Schenzel
TU Vienna, Institute of Energy Systems
14.00 - 15.15
Industrial Waste Heat Utilisation
Parallelsession #2

This session focuses on the development of technological and systemic utilisation solutions for industrial energy flow, such as process heat, in order to meet energy demand. Such energy networks not only minimise industrial energy demand for production energy, but also primary energy demand for the overall energy system. The utilisation of industrial waste heat or the adoption of novel heat exchange technologies are two highly beneficial solutions that can be applied, both of which will be explored in this session.

Moderation
Veronika Wilk
Center for Energy, AIT
Keynote: Wienerberger Decarbonisation Program
Johannes Rath
Chief Technology Officer, Wienerberger Building Solutions Wienerberger AG
A techno-economic and macro-economic concept study of waste heat utilization of a cement plant
Stefan Puschnigg
Energieinstitute at JKU Linz
Assessment of the future Waste Heat Potential from Electrolysers and its Utilisation in District Heating
Stefan Reuter
Center for Energy, AIT
Renewables vs. Waste Heat? Legal Provision on the original Energy Source
Marie-Theres Holzleitner
Energieinstitut at JKU Linz
14.00 - 15.15
Distruptive Technologies for a Decarbonised Energy System
Parallelsession #3

This session will address technological and systemic utilisation strategies to accelerate the industrial energy transition in order to meet industrial energy demand while reducing process-related CO₂ emissions. Against this background, the topics of this session include options to reduce dependency on natural gas, as well as sustainable technologies to transform Austria’s material products industry.

Moderation
Christiane Egger
Deputy Manager OÖ Energiesparverband, Manager Cleantech-Cluster Energy
Keynote: Disruptive Technologies for a decarbonised Energy System
Stephan Laiminger
Chef Technologist at INNIO Jenbacher
A techno-economic and macro-economic concept study of waste heat utilization of a cement plant
Alexander Konrad
TU-Graz, Institute of Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation
Tech4green - Disruptive Technologies for a Sustainable Transformation in the Austrian Material Goods Production
Nadine Brunnhuber
Institut für Industrielle Ökologie
15.15 - 16:00
Postersession
Energy Management and Digitalization Bibliometric Analysis
Gerta Kapllani
Montanuniversität Leoben
Direct CO₂ Electroreduction from Cement Clue Gas – Options and Opportunities
Thomas Mairegger
Rohrdorfer Group
Heat Exchange in industrial Microgrids
DI DR. Gerald Steinmaurer
FH OÖ
Next Generation Thermal Energy Storage for Industry and Building Sector
Thomas Noll
FET - Future Energy Technologies
Comparing the CO₂ Emission Intensity of the Steel Industries in the Eu and China esulting from Top-Down and Bottom-Up Approaches
Arne Burdack
Forschungszentrum Juelich GmbH
Parallel
16.00 - 17.15
Industrial Process Optimisation
Parallelsession #1

This session focuses on the decarbonisation of industrial processes, such as lowering CO₂ emissions through efficient energy use and the use of novel technologies or processes. Disruptive process technologies, optimisation strategies and alternative process routes will be particular focus of this session.

Moderation
Wolfgang Hribernik
Leitung NEFI Cluster Steering Committee, Head of Center for Energy, AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH
Keynote
Monika Häuselmann
Senior Project Manager K1-MET GmbH
Ganymed - The Development of an Industrial Load Profile Generation Software
Paul Binderbauer
Montanuniversität Leoben
Sustainable Transformation of SMEs in the Context of the Green Deal
Andreas Christian Meltzer
Joanneum Research
Energy Optimization of a Bakery
Jana Reiter
AEE Intec
16:00 - 17:15
New industrial Processes - Industrial Heat Utilisation
Parallelsession #2

This session will cover technological and systemic utilisation solutions for industrial heat networks, such as industrial heat pumps or heat exchange systems, which have been developed to meet industrial thermal demand. The use of industrial heat pumps or the adoption of novel heat exchange technologies are two solutions that can be highly beneficial in reducing not only the energy demand of industrial production, but also the primary energy demand of the whole energy network.

Moderation
Markus Haider
TU Vienna (requested)
Keynote
T.B.A.
Ejector Technologies for Performance Increase of industrial Heat Pumps
Michael Lauermann
Center for Energy, AIT
How to enable Interregional Heat Exchange? - Review and Analysis of best practice Examples
Nicolas Marx
Center for Energy, AIT
Simulation of the District Heating Network with a Computer Program
Wu, Jichen
FlexTechnologies
17.15 - 17.30
Summary and conclusion of the first conference day
Christiane Egger
Deputy Manager OÖ Energiesparverband, Manager Cleantech-Cluster Energy
18.30 - 21.00
Conference dinner and Young Scientist Award ceremony
Ars Electronica Skyloft, Ars-Electronica-Straße 1, 4040 Linz

Tag 2 – 14.10.2022

09.00 – 09.10
Welcome and Opening
Thomas Kienberger
Head of Chair of Energy Network Technology, Montanuniversität Leoben
Theresia Vogel
Managing Director of the Climate and Energy Fund
Parallel
09.10 – 12.00
Workshop 1:
NEFI Technology Talk – Dekarbonisierung der Wärme- und Kälteversorgung mit Geothermie und industrieller Abwärme
Parallel Workshop #1

Die weltweite Innovationslandschaft bietet eine ausgezeichnete Basis für die Entwicklung neuartiger Lösungen zur Erreichung der angestrebten Klimaziele. Da zahlreiche Forschungsprojekte zum Einsatz neuer nachhaltiger Technologien auf Hochtouren laufen, wollen wir nun den nächsten Schritt setzen: Bei den NEFI Technology Talks werden nationale und internationale Bemühungen im Kontext ausgewählter, industrieller Dekarbonisierungsthemen zusammengeführt, Erkenntnisse und Ergebnisse synthetisiert und Synergien gebildet, um die weitere Entwicklungen zu nutzen und diese voranzutreiben.

Im NEFI Talks „Dekarbonisierung der Wärme- und Kälteversorgung mit Geothermie und industrieller Abwärme“ am 14.10.2022 in Linz sollen Möglichkeiten aufgezeigt werden, wie Wärme- und Kältenetze mit Hilfe von Erdwärme und industrieller Abwärme dekarbonisiert werden können. In Impulsreferaten werden nicht nur die entsprechenden Technologien präsentiert, sondern auch mögliche Geschäftsmodelle und ganzheitliche Konzepte anhand erfolgreicher Beispiele vorgestellt.

Sprache:
Deutsch

Teilnehmerkreis:
Industrie und Gemeinden

Impulsreferate zu den Themen:

  • Beispiele für Wärmekaskaden mit Geothermie
  • Geschäftsmodelle Netze und Förderungen
  • Einbindung industrielle Abwärme

Fragerunde und Podiumsdiskussion

Impulsreferate zu den Themen:

  • Geothermie: Erkundung, Bohrungen, Geschäftsmodelle, Investoren
  • Geologische Speicher
  • Hochtemperatur-Wärmepumpen

Fragerunde und Podiumsdiskussion

Moderation
Thomas Kienberger
Leitung Lehrstuhl für Energieverbundtechnik & NEFI_Lab, Montanuniversität Leoben
Keynote: “Geothermie als zentraler Baustein der Wärmewende”
Edith Haslinger
Center for Energy, AIT
09.10 – 12.00
Workshop 2:
IEA IETS Task 19 Electrification of Industry
Parallel Workshop #2

The industrial sector aims to make use of green electricity as a source for energy and feedstock production towards reducing climate impacts. Electrifying industry implies important changes to processes and also influences the entire energy supply chain. This workshop aims to give an overview about the broad topic of industrial electrification, its importance in the decarbonisation innovation system, and its international context: technologies for direct and indirect electrification, country-specific perspectives from the IEA IETS Task 19 participants, energy resource demand from industries, demand for system and infrastructure services.

Language:
German

Moderation
Simon Moser
Energy Institute at JKU Linz
Introduction
Simon Moser
Energy Institute at the JKU Linz
Keynote: The path to climate-neutral industry in 2040 – the key factor is innovation
Theresia Vogel
Austrian Climate and Energy Funds
Electrification of industry – categorization of a broad topic and update on the work done in IEA IETS Task 19

Presentations from IEA IETS 19 participating countries, in randomized order.

  • Country perspectives on electrification from Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden and Austria
  • Technology and system insights from R&D projects
  • Direct electrification, heat pumps and hydrogen
  • Efficiency first and exergy-orientation, whole-industry hydrogen demand
  • Implications on generation, transmission, storage and imports
Jonathan Botero Moncada
TNO and IETS-19 Task Manager
Audience quick surveys & direct Q&A with the speakers
12.00 – 13.00
Lunch and conclusion