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Unformatted text preview: IEA-EBC Annex 81 Participation The overarching Annex aim is to increase access to low cost high-quality data from buildings and support the de analytics. This will enable real time building energy efficiency control optimization and provide energy efficienc IEA-EBC Annex 81 addresses digitalization of the building stock as a mean to improve energy efficiency and integrate buildings with the energy grids. The outcome of the annex includes, a cloudbased buildi and assessment of innovative data-driven building energy management products and services; and innovative da products and services development, the annex analyzes the business ecosystem of smart buildings to explore and stakeholders’ adoption of Big Data/AI/IoT technology and solutions in smart buildings. The solutions developed countries. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0539 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: Syddansk Universitet Contact: Bo Nørregaard Jørgensen, [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2020/ Budget: 2,62 mio.kr Grant: 1,84 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,79 mio.kr Digitalization of District Heating: Optimized Operation (and maintena schemes via Digital processes Management The future digitalization of the energy system is crucial in both the Danish and EU agenda and will enhance dist operations, while improving the control of heating systems inside buildings and empowering the end-consumers practical guidebook and openly accessible. This project covers the Danish participation in the international project entitled “DHC Annex TS4: Digitalization District Heating and Cooling schemes via Digital processes Management” and located under the International E including Combined Heat and Power (IEA DHC|CPH). The aim of IEA DCH Annex TS4 is to promote the opportunities of the integration of digital processes into DHC system smarter and more reliable and to boost the efficiency and the integration of more renewables. The purpos and application of digital applications to enable district energy systems to optimize their plant and network opera companies and stakeholders possess the newest international knowledge in the field. This will support developm such as Danfoss, Brunata, Kamstrup, Grundfos, GrønEnergi and EMD to an international audience and gain new inclusion of Danish DH company Viborg Fjernvarme will ensure that the newest international knowledge is appl temperatures. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0545 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Svend Svendsen, [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2020/ Budget: 1,69 mio.kr Grant: 1,06 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,63 mio.kr Digital twins for large-scale heat pumps and refrigeration systems The project aims at making the use of digital twins for large-scale heat pump and refrigeration systems more acc demonstrate the benefits at existing systems. This will contribute to exploit the full potential of such systems and Heat pump and refrigeration systems are expected to play a key role in future energy systems. Digitalizing these which supports the integration into smart grids. However, this requires increased knowledge about the system du Digital twins are sets of numerical models, which are virtual representations of a physical system. These represe operation and may be used for detailed analyses. Possible services enabled by digital twin applications include f operation. The objective of developing digital twins for heat pump and refrigeration systems is approached by de methods for analyzing the systems wrt. specific services. This project aims at reducing the modelling effort associated with digital twins by developing reusable, modular the system, which are specifically developed for the intended services. This enables not only an efficient implem twins, but it also enables an enhanced exploitation of the system potentials. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0570 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Teknologisk Institut Contact: Benjamin Zühlsdorf, [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2020/ Budget: 18,63 mio.kr Grant: 11,09 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 7,53 mio.kr Global SSL quality requirements and testing - IEA-4E-SSL The aim of the project is through international collaboration under the International Energy Agency’s Solid Stat efficient lighting on a Danish as well as a global level. The main topics in the third term are tiers and test metho The aim of the project is to increase the use of high quality and energy efficient lighting on a Danish as well as global level. This can provide a significant contribution to the reduction of the consumption of fossil energy and to meeting the climate challenges. The International Energy Agency (IEA) 4E has in 2010 established an Annex within solid state lighting (SSL) dealing especially with LED (light emitting diode) and the newer OLED (organic light emitting diode) and laser lighting methods related to flicker, product lifetime, health and smart lighting. Danish participation in this expert group h global requirements for efficiency and quality, as well as development and testing of measurement methods to en disseminate the results and discussions of the Annex to the Danish lighting industry and bring the feedback back Original title: Case no.: 64018-0534 (EUDP) Technology: Energieffektivitet Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Carsten Dam-Hansen, [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2019/ Budget: 4,29 mio.kr Grant: 2,80 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 1,48 mio.kr IEA Annex 30 participation International networking on electrolysis as means for conversion of renewable electricity to fuel. The collabora of it. The project supports participation in international collaboration through participation in Annex 30 on water elec associated with The Technology Collaboration Programme on Advanced Fuel Cells (AFC TCP) and the project r comprises networking, technological reviewing, coordination of research and development, and dissemination. T limited amount of working hours, mostly in relation to the meetings. Moreover, the project will support at least o project period. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0054 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Jens Oluf Jensen , [email protected] Period: 2024/ - 2019/ Budget: 0,67 mio.kr Grant: 0,47 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,20 mio.kr IEA PVPS Task 15: Enabling Framework for the Acceleration of BIPV The aim of the project is to accelerate the deployment of building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) through the ide The goal is to increase the spread of BIPV in the global renewable energy market, so that it becomes competitive Experience and results can be used by builders, architects, manufacturers, and will help to achieve well-integrat In 2015, IEA PVPS established the international cooperation 'Task 15' to accelerate the use of building integrated The project contributes to the ambition to realize energy-neutral buildings, and includes new and existing buildin commercial buildings. Task 15 has just been completed and is followed by phase 2, as there are still a number of tasks to be solved. For of a BIPV guidebook; and business models for housing and office buildings are complemented by business mod Subtask fase 2: • Develop overall business plan for BIPV industry buildings • Analyse performance of selected BIPV-cases and disseminate best practice. • BIPV guidebook: from BIPV design to installation, operation, maintenance and safety. • Examine existing BIPV simulation tools, work processes and digital (BIM) models. • Uncover characteristics that unite requirements for BIPV worldwide to facilitate local / national building comp • Establish rules for environmental assessment of BIPV systems. • Communication. Expansion of international database established in the first part of the project. Results can be downloaded on the IEA PVPS website as they are published. A Danish website will also be estab Original title: Case no.: 64019-0516 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: Solar City Copenhagen Contact: Karin Kappel, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 1,40 mio.kr Grant: 0,84 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,56 mio.kr Continued Danish IEA-PVPS participation 2020-2023 The main purpose of the project is to ensure that stakeholders in the Danish photovoltaic society receive the latest and most up-to-date international knowledge from the IEA-PVPS collaboration. The project Continued Danish Participation in IEA-PVPS (IEA Photovoltaic Power Systems Program), aims to enhance the international collaborative efforts which facilitate the role of photovoltaic solar energy as a cornerstone in the transition to sustainable energy systems. The collaboration includes 32 members representing a wide circle of countries from all continents and organizations such as the EU, SEIA and SEPA. The collaboration has set up a number of working groups (Tasks), which, through a network of experts, uncover current conditions in connection with the development and implementation of the solar cell technology. This project takes part in the following tasks: ExCo, the management of the PVPS collaboration and Task 1, which focuses on strategy development and dissemination. In addition, the project includes participation in Task 14, which looks at the interaction between photovoltaics and the electricity grid. Through the project participation, it is ensured that the latest and international knowledge is available to the Danish stakeholders. In addition, cooperation with the other Danish participants in Task 13, 15, 16 is ensured. Results from the collaboration are disseminated widely to forums with an interest in solar energy and green conversion. For a detailed description of the PVPS work program see . Original title: Case no.: 64019-0512 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: Kenergy ApS Contact: Kenn H. B. Frederiksen, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 2,26 mio.kr Grant: 1,36 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,91 mio.kr Manufacture and Design of Large Offshore Wind Turbine Blades (MA The MADEBLADES project targets further development and prototype demonstration of a disruptive design and blades. Overall project objective and success criterion is to enable a 30% reduction in the cost of produced blades. The MADEBLADES project will demonstrate paradigm-shifting concepts for design, material usage and manufa of automation. A Danish based logistics chain will be developed to handle pre-fabricated components and trans handling. The expected outcome of MADEBLADES is an improved competitiveness due to a higher throughput by a reduct and a material cost reduction. Expected impact is therefore a better competitiveness by reduction of cost for offs (LCOE) for offshore wind energy. Furthermore, MADEBLADES will improve the scientific understanding of blade manufacturing based on fiber p The MADEBLADES project targets further development and prototype demonstration of a disruptive design an blades. The manufacturing platform is based on fiber preforms. A fiber preform is in this context a stack of reinforcemen outside the wind turbine blade mould by a robotic preform unit. A number of different fiber preforms is required offshore wind turbine blade represents several tonnes and it is the layup time for this material that will be signifi automation to first prepare fiber preforms and secondly to accurately place the preforms in the blade mould. The main project activities include: • Development and characterization of fiber preform materials • Automation of preform lay-up using robots in a preform unit • Improved offshore wind turbine blade design based on fiber preforms • Automation of blade layup – handling of fiber preforms Current manufacturing techniques are due to the size and complexity of wind turbine blades primarily based on Original title: Case no.: 64019-0514 (EUDP) Technology: Vind Responsible: LM WIND POWER A/S Contact: Klaus Jespersen, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 51,64 mio.kr Grant: 33,26 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 18,38 mio.kr IEA Task 19 - Wind Energy in cold climates The obejctive of this project is to contribute to the development of new cold climate technology and stimulate ne international network focused on cold climate issues. Their work will form the basis for new international stand In the wind energy industry, cold climate refers to conditions favorable for the formation of ice or temperatures below the operational limits of standard wind turbines. Since conditions can vary significantly from site to site, it is difficult to define a ‘typical’ cold climate site. Some sites may experience sub‐zero temperatures but no atmospheric icing; other sites may have heavy icing on a regular basis, with similar (or higher) temperatures. Wind turbines operating under icing conditions will suffer from production losses, icethrow and increased loads that may exceed the design limits of standard wind turbines, increasing the risk of safety and mechanical failure, and financial loss. To address these issues, turbine manufacturers are developing technical solutions for low temperatures, and de‐icing systems for turbine blades are now on the market. Recent improvements in technology have improved the economics of developing cold climate projects, while the cost of electricity from offshore wind farms has remained relatively high. This means that incentives are strong for further development of cold climate wind energy technology and subsequent wind farms. The objective of this project is to contribute to the development of new cold climate technology and stimulate new applications of Danish wind technology. IEA Task 19 is an international network focused on cold climate issues. Their work will form the basis for new international standards in this area through the publication of recommendations and reports, increasing the competitiveness of wind and accelerating the replacement of fossil fuels. DTU has represented Denmark in IEA Task 19 since 2013. In the past 3 year period, DTU has contributed to the IEA Task work on standardization at the IEC, the release of version 3.0 of the T19IceLoss code, and to several of the IEA Task 19 reports that were released during the period. In addition, thanks to collaborations with IEA Task 19, there have been 9 masters projects that included work on icing issues. During this time DTU has also had four icing related projects, one working with Vestas on a commercial system for use in their wind farm siting team, one collaborating with Korea working on the ice shapes and aerodynamic characteristics depending on surface roughness, a collaboration in a PhD project with Coventry University (UK) in developing a decision support system for anti‐icing and de‐icing strategies for wind turbines and wind farms, and finally, one in Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling of ice shapes on rotating structures which is on‐going H.C Ørsted COFUDN post‐doc project. The work is organized in 5 work‐packages (WPs): WP0: Coordination; WP1: Software release; WP2: Processing/analyzing of data; WP3: National dissemination; and WP4: Contribution to IEA reporting. Throughout various projects, DTU Wind Energy has developed several tools that are important for cold climate wind energy. In the first work‐package, we will work with the other Task 19 partners to test and verify several of these codes, ultimately releasing them as open source tools for everyone to use. This follows on the success of the Task 19 ice loss code, which was released in 2015 and currently has more than 140 (registered) users. The second work‐package consists of four tasks covering main research topics for IEA Task 19: validation of the ice throw tool, enhancement of pre‐construction assessments, development of wind turbine icing simulation tool, and analyzing scaling effects of ice. The results will be presented at six Task 19 workshops and form the basis for published guidelines and reports. The tools, models, and general experience about cold climate wind energy will be disseminated to the Danish wind industry, in WP3, and WP4 will include work on reporting and updating the best practices and available technologies. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0515 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Niels-Erik Clausen, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 1,23 mio.kr Grant: 0,86 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,37 mio.kr IEA ECES Annex: Carnot batteries - Technology and Perspectives The goals of IEA-ECES annex 36 include: - creating a platform for the knowledge exchange between experts from both industry and academia. - mapping of the main Carnot Batteries technologies and applications. - identifying technology application in the market and identifying the services that should/can be provided by Ca - inform policy and provide a basis for proper regulations. The focus of the upcoming IEA-ECES (Energy Conservation Through Energy Storages) Annex 36 will be on the energy storage (EES) technology. The Carnot Battery technology is very relevant for the future energy system in Denmark, due to geographical co storage. Through this international project, Denmark could maintain its leading position in the field of smart energy solu in the energy system, enforce its position within and knowledge about energy storage, and have an insight on ho long-term. In this way, Denmark would have the possibility to further improve its own energy system while gene other countries. The Danish contributions to the upcoming IEA ECES Annex mainly consist of assessment of components and te system analysis of different Carnot battery concepts on local system scale and on a national energy system scale Carnot batteries. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0520 (EUDP) Technology: Andet Responsible: PlanEnergi Contact: Magda Kowalska, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 2,36 mio.kr Grant: 1,58 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 0,78 mio.kr ReLife- Methodology for assessment of remaining life time of wind tur The purpose is to develop a new methodology for the assessment of the remaining useful life of wind turbine roto methodology is particularly relevant for turbines approaching their original design life (20 years). It will enable thereby lowering the levelized cost of energy. The overall purpose is to establish tools that can be used to assess the remaining useful life of wind turbine rotor life of most wind turbine blades beyond their original 20 years’ service life, say by additionally 10-15 years. The work program includes non-destructive evaluation methods that can uncover damage inside blades, destruct materials and fracture mechanics-based models that can predict how fast the detected damage will grow in the future unde calculation of how long time it takes until a blade with a given damage fails. The methodology will be demonstr 20 years. Wind turbine owners are the primary users of the proposed methodology. They will earn more money by selling was original planed. Additional economic benefits could be new business areas such as non-destructive inspectio useful blade life from the damage state of blades. Original title: Case no.: 64019-0543 (EUDP) Technology: Vind Responsible: Danmarks Tekniske Universitet (DTU) Contact: Bent F. Sørensen, [email protected] Period: 2023/ - 2020/ Budget: 18,44 mio.kr Grant: 11,55 mio.kr Own financial contribution: 6,89 mio.kr Garden/park waste to garden/park chips The aim of the project is to provide the best possible technological solution for the production of garden park ch the way for a new market partly by promoting communication about HPF and partly by seeking to clarify wheth exempting tax. Denmark should be supplied with renewable energy, and we want to use our own resources before we import fue from tax (2010). Garden/park waste constitutes an annual resource of 800,000 tons (Seges 2018). Two crucial fa the garden/park chips have not bee...
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