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News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050
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News release - European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by 2050

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According to a study conducted by the Leibniz University-Hannover and the Copper Alliance, the five biggest energy-intensive industrial branches in Europe have the potential to save more than 5 …

According to a study conducted by the Leibniz University-Hannover and the Copper Alliance, the five biggest energy-intensive industrial branches in Europe have the potential to save more than 5 billion tons of CO2. They can do this by switching from fossil energy to 100% electricity for heat production. The technology needed for this switch is available through electromagnetic processing of materials (EPM). The significant CO2 savings can be achieved thanks to the ever-increasing contribution of renewable sources to electricity generation in Europe, in combination with the inherent efficiency of EPM technologies.

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  • 1. European industry can save 5 billion tons of CO2 by2050Egbert Baake and Bernhard UbbenjansInstitute of ElectrotechnologyLeibniz University-Hannover
  • 2. BackgroundEnergy-intensive industries heavily rely on fossil energy and thereforehave significant CO2 emissions.Final energy consumption ofthe EU-27 divided by industrialsector (Total: 3,133,762 GWh): | Presentation title and date
  • 3. BackgroundRenewable energies are already the fourth most important energy source inEuropean industry.Final energy consumption in theindustries of the EU-27 coveredby renewable energies (Total:228,623 GWh)Biggest contribution: paper andprinting industry (57 %) | Presentation title and date
  • 4. Research questionWhat are the potential CO2 savings by 2050 for transition scenarios where:- industrial processes are converted from fossil energy to 100% electricity for heat production +- electromagnetic processing of materials is used +- electricity is generated from 100% renewable energy? | Presentation title and date
  • 5. ScenariosCase studies for the 5 biggest industries (responsible for about 70% of theoverall energy consumption of European industry):• Chemicals• Iron and steel• Glass, pottery, and building materials• Paper and printing• Non-ferrous metals | Presentation title and date
  • 6. ResultsJust 10 processes in the five biggest energy-intensive industrial sectors inEurope could save more than 5 billion tons of CO2Highest savings could be reached for the glass, pottery, & buildingmaterials industry (up to 2,7 million tons of CO2) | Presentation title and date
  • 7. Want more information?Download the full report at Leonardo Energy:http://bit.ly/epmreport | Presentation title and date
  • 8. Thank youFor more information, please contactbaake@etp.uni-hannover.de | Presentation title and date
  • 9. New Leonardo ENERGY website up and runningThanks to continuous effort from many people and organizations, the Leonardo Energy initiative hasbecome a reference for sustainable energy professionals. We are very proud of this and will continue ourefforts to remain one of the key players in this field.In line with this ambition, we have now entirely revamped our website, which is both our maincommunication platform and our main content management system.One of the primary reasons for this revamping was to give visitors easier access to relevant content.With the new search and filter functionality, you can select a technology, sector, purpose, channel , orcountry, or combine the different categories through a sequential filter to obtain more tailored results.Go to the tab “Find Resources” in the top menu. In addition, the Search field at the top of the websiteremains present for a more general way of searching content.Our new website also has a Community page where authors, speakers, experts, and members canregister on a peer-to-peer communication platform and then comment on various topics and learn fromeach other.We hope that the new website suits your needs, and we welcome your input and feedback. Pleasespread the word in your professional network.Best regards,The Leonardo Energy team | Presentation title and date

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