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H2020-EE2-2017: Búsqueda de empresas y centros de I+D con experiencia en demostración de la aplicabilidad de calefacción urbana de baja temperatura

Resumen

Tipo:
Búsqueda de socios
Referencia:
RDES20150909001
Publicado:
23/09/2015
Resumen:
Un grupo formado por tres socios españoles - una universidad, una empresa de ingeniería y una empresa de arquitectura - va a presentar una propuesta a la convocatoria H2020-EE-2-2017 (Demostración de la aplicabilidad de calefacción urbana de baja temperatura en zonas de edificios con altos estándares de energía). El objetivo es promocionar la calefacción urbana de edificios con alto rendimiento térmico utilizando energía residual y renovable. Se buscan socios con experiencia en este campo para completar el consorcio.


Details

Tittle:
H2020-EE2-2017: Companies and R-Y-D institutions experienced in demonstration of the applicability of low temperature district heating
Summary:
A group of 3 Spanish partners, a university, an engineering company and an architectural firm, is willing to submit a proposal to H2020-EE-2-2017 call: Demonstration of the applicability of low temperature district heating in areas of buildings with high energy standards. The goal is to promote district heating of buildings with high thermal performance using residual and renewable energy. The group seeks partners experienced in this field to complete the consortium.
Description:
A group composed until now by 3 Spanish complementary partners (a University, an engineering company and an architectural firm) is looking for other partners experienced as them in energy efficiency in buildings, in order to submit a common proposal to the H2020-EE-2-2017 call: Demonstration of the applicability of low temperature district heating in areas of buildings with high energy standards.
Problem to be addressed: The applicability of district energy systems using residual and renewable energy sources to supply heating to areas of buildings with high thermal performance faces a number of challenges. The reduced thermal demand of buildings can undermine the technical and economic viability of these systems. This is the case principally because the reduced thermal demand of buildings increases the costs of the network infrastructure and of the thermal distribution losses per unit of heat delivered. This results in higher cost of the heat delivered. The larger differences between peak load and part load (in the same day or throughout the season) and the provision of hot water, which in many cases will require higher temperatures than those necessary for the provision of space heating, also poses a challenge.
Proposed solution: The objective of the project is to demonstrate the applicability of low temperature district energy networks using large shares of residual and renewable energy sources of heat to supply space heating and, if possible, hot water to areas of buildings with high energy standards.
Expected impact: The final purposes are to increase the share of residual and renewable sources for district heating, to show means in which existing networks could respond to the expected decrease in thermal demand due to better building performance and to contribute to the target of NZEB (Nearly Zero Energy Buildings).

Expertise provided: The initial group of 3 partners has participated in projects of: new NZEB for collective housing in areas of very low solar radiation and cheap market price; rehabilitation of a neighbourhood (200 social housing) with district heating (renewable energy); and use of residual energy from a large steel company which could supply about 260 homes, using ORCs (Organic Rankine Cycles).
They are able to replicate these experiences in other locations or conditions.
Expertise sought: A SME to design the district heating system and market the resulting solution; a SME to build alternative business models for successful commercial operation of the district heating applications developed in the project; a SME to design advanced controls for optimization of the system operation and metering and interfaces that allow the end user to play an active role in the system; and a R-Y-D institution to contribute to the project with their know-how on the field of energy efficiency and possibly engage to a certification process.
Framework Programme: Societal challenges
Type of action: Innovation Action (IA)
Funding rate: 100%
Call deadline: not specified yet (the work programme 2016-2017 is still at draft stage).
Deadline for expressions of interest: 31/12/2015.
Project duration: 150 to 200 weeks.
Estimated budget: 3 to 4 M-Y-euro;.
Advantages and Innovations:
The expected impacts of the call are:
- Demonstrate applicability and build business models for use of low temperature district heating networks for districts of high energy performance buildings.
- Increasing the share of residual and renewable sources of heat in heat supplies.
- Primary energy savings and greenhouse gas emission savings relative to the alternative best available solution, e.g. heating system installed at the individual building level.
- Increase the number of solutions contributing to the target of NZEB.
- Cost effective approaches for the delivery of low and zero carbon emissions heat.
Stage of Development:
Concept stage
Technical Specification or Expertise Sought:
Currently there is a university and two SMEs in the consortium. The group seeks a manufacturer of district heating systems based on residual and renewable energy sources, a company to build alternative business models, an expert in the control the district heating system and a R-Y-D institution with know-how in on the field of energy efficiency and certification processes (able to play as well the role of coordinator).
IPR Status:
Design Rights
Comments Regarding IPR Status:
Unless otherwise specified, the protection of property rights would be regulated by the default rules of the H2020 Model Grant Agreement.

Partner sought

Partner Sought:
The proposers seek partners that can add value to their future proposal. The ideal partners are companies not too small or R-Y-D institutions, but they are open to any suggestion. The project coordinator role has not still assigned. The consortium is expected to be integrated by around 6 to 8 partners in total (currently there are 3). The following partners are being sought to complete the consortium: +SME: To design the district heating system and market the resulting solution. +SME: To build alternative business models for successful commercial operation of the district heating applications developed in the project. +SME: To design advanced controls for optimization of the system operation and metering and interfaces that allow the end user to play an active role in the system. +R-Y-D institution: To contribute to the project with their know-how on the field of energy efficiency and possibly engage to a certification process. This institution could be the project coordinator as well.
Type of Partnership Considered:
RDR

Client

Type and Size of Client:
Industry SME <= 10
Already Engaged in Trans-National Cooperation:
Si
Languages Spoken:
English
French
Spanish

Dissemination

Programme-call

Evaluation Scheme:
Single step
Anticipated Project Budget:
3 to 4 M-Y-euro; (only indicative)
Coordinator Required:
Si
Deadline for Call:
31/12/2015
Project Duration:
200