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EnInnov2022 – 17th Symposium for Energy Innovation

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by Oxana Schmidt
When?

February 16-18, 2022

Where?

Online

Organisers

Institute of Electricity Economics and Energy Innovation (IEE) of TU Graz together with the co-organizers OVE – Austrian Association for Electrical Engineering), Oesterreichs Energie (Representation of Interests of the Austrian e-Business) and the World Energy Council Austria.

Under the slogan „FUTURE OF ENERGY – Innovations for a climate-neutral future“ the 17th Symposium for Energy Innovation is held from February 16-18, 2022, online.

The current Climate Report of the IPCC underlines the urgency of achieving climate neutrality as quickly as possible. In addition, more and more people are being directly affected by the effects of climate change. The entire energy sector and above all the increasingly important field of electrical energy will play a decisive role in the future. Based on the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN and the Paris Agreement, strategies and measures for climate neutrality are increasingly being discussed at different levels (e.g., EU Green Deal, “Fit for 55”, phase-out of coal, The Renewable Energy Expansion Act). This Symposium will discuss which innovations are required on the way to climate neutrality from the perspective of the energy industry and how any obstacles can be overcome.

In the framework of the EnInnov2022 Symposium and in the sense of a prosperous development of the European energy industry and the European Society, the following papers are presented by our NEFI experts under the following topics:

Climate Neutrality and Decarbonization

“CO₂-Neutrality in the Austrian #Energiesystem 2040 – an exergy-based approach” by Thomas Kienberger, Peter Nagovnak, et al. ➡ 16.02.2022

Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Thomas Kienberger

Member of NEFI Steering Committee

Leader of the NEFI_Lab

Chair of Energy Network Technology
Montanuniversität Leoben

Dipl.-Ing. Peter Nagovnak

Operative Support NEFI_Lab

Scientific Co-worker

Chair of Energy Network Technology
Montanuniversität Leoben

Sector coupling, Power-to-X and Hydrogen

“Timely resolved natural gas grid simulation considering hydrogen feed-in from volatile renewable energy sources” by Matthias Greiml, et al. ➡ 17.02.2022

Dipl.-Ing. Matthias Greiml

Project Manager SBM_IND

Scientific Co-worker

Chair of Energy Network Technology
Montanuniversität Leoben

Heat and Cold Supply

“New method for determining waste heat potential in energy-intensive industry” by Andreas Hammer, et al. ➡ 17.02.2022

Dipl.-Ing. Dr.mont. Andreas Hammer

Senior Lecturer / Vice-Chair

Chair of Energy Network Technology
Montanuniversität Leoben

“Quasi-dynamic load flow calculation of heating networks ” by @Josef Steinegger, et al. ➡ 18.02.2022

Dipl.-Ing. Josef Steinegger

Project Manager Heat Highway

Scientific Co-worker

Chair of Energy Network Technology Montanuniversität Leoben

Flexibility and Demand-Side-Management

“Energy efficiency and flexibility in the electric steel production” by Johannes Dock, et al. ➡ 18.02.2022

Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Dock

Project manager OxySteel

Scientific Co-worker

Chair of Energy Network Technology
Montanuniversität Leoben

“Demand and coverage of the flexibility needs of the electricity market in Austria 2030” by Gerhard Totschnig, Tara Esterl, et al. ➡ 18.02.2022

Tara Esterl

Project manager Industry4Redispatch

Head of Competence Unit Integrated Energy Systems

AIT Austrian Institute of Technology GmbH

Energy efficiency and inter-disciplinary aspects

“Synthetic load profile generation for production chains in energy intensive industrial subsectors” by Paul Josef Binderbauer, et al. ➡ 18.02.2022

Dipl.-Ing. Paul Josef Binderbauer

Operative Co-ordination NEFI_Lab

Scientific Co-worker

Chair of Energy Network Technology
Montanuniversität Leoben

The program, registration and further details of the event can be found here: https://www.tugraz.at/events/eninnov2022/programm/programm/