The SEED programme aims to improve the overall energy efficiency of primary energy production units (excluding renewable, nuclear and bio-energies) and of industrial systems and building components; at the same time, it aims to reduce the ecological footprint of the adopted solutions. Particular attention is placed on recovering, and storing, low-temperature waste heat, which represents three quarters of all heat sources released by the industrial sector. It also aims to further develop, reduce costs and increase safety of CO2 capture and storage technologies, and to explore CO2 valorisation pathways. Research will focus on the development of innovative components, or on integrated system-based approaches (coupling, cogeneration, cross-disciplinary aspects of the ‘CO2 capture, storage and valorisation’ chain, etc.), including modelling and experimental aspects.
Closing of the ANR call for proposals: March 23rd, 2012
For more information get the documents from the ANR website.
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