Bilfinger Tebodin in Utilities Magazine: 'Potential waste heat not yet fully utilized'

02.08.2018

Mark Elderman and Izak Boot, Energy Consultants at Bilfinger Tebodin share their vision on the potential in energy-saving in Dutch industry which is substantial, yet under publicized and partially unrealized. Residual heat utilization and thermal energy savings in industry can make substantial contributions to CO₂ reduction and are more cost-effective, in terms of euro-per-ton of avoided CO₂ than subsidized sustainable sources such as solar and biomass. Payback timeframes for industrial residual heat projects within their on environs are currently running at around five- to eight years. Industrial energy savings and waste heat utilization therefore, deserve to receive more attention and priority.

Read the original version of the article in Utilities Magazine (in Dutch) here:


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