SUPEHR Conference 2019 -

Savona (Italy)

SUPEHR Conference 2019

04 - 06 Sep 2019

Join us to learn more about “SUstainable PolyEnergy generation and HaRvesting”

We are glad to announce that we are taking part in the “SUstainable PolyEnergy generation and HaRvesting” Conference 2019 organised by the Thermochemical Power Group (TPG) of the University of Genoa

The Conference aims at providing an unprecedented opportunity for the academic and industrial communities to meet in a highly interdisciplinary environment, to investigate new ideas, to share innovative solutions, and to discuss future research directions in power plants, hybrid energy systems and polygeneration sectors.

In particular, Donato Zangani - RINA Corporate R&D Director - will have a speech about "Europe beyond 2020: Horizon Europe on Climate, Energy and Mobility" on 4th September.

Morever, Stefano Barberis – RINA Corporate Research Opportunity Management – and Alessandra Cuneo - RINA Corporate Research Project Technical Coordination - will present four papers written with the support of Paola Robello, and Francesco Peccianti - RINA Corporate Research Project Technical Coordination - as an outcome of our H2020 research projects:

  • “Integration of heat pump and gas turbine combined cycle: market and climatic conditions for power plant flexibility enhancement” – Andrea Giugno, Alessandro Sorce, Alessandra Cuneo and Stefano Barberis. This paper has been written in the framework of PUMPHEAT project (GA: No 764706) , which proposes an innovative concept based on the coupling of Combined Cycles with a fast-cycling highly efficient heat pumpequipped with Thermal Energy Storage;
  • “Market opportunities for small energy harvesters” – Alessandra Cuneo, Stefano Barberis, Paolo Silvestri and Alberto Traverso. This paper is an outcome of PUMPHEAT H2020 project;
  • “Techno-economic analysis for the assessment of heat pump integration in a real poly-generative energy district” – Stefano Barberis, Paola Robello, Diego Rattazzi, Massimo Rivarolo, Daria Bellotti and Loredana Magistri. This paper has been written in the framework of ENVISION H2020 project (GA No 767180), whose Project Consortium is demonstrating a full renovation concept that harvests energy from ALL building surfaces, both transparent and opaque;
  • SHIP2FAIR – Martini & Rossi: Integration of Solar Heat in Industrial Process – Preliminary evaluation” – Stefano Barberis, Francesco Peccianti, Luca Castellino, Thomas Bolognesi and Alessandro Bortoletto. SHIP2FAIR has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 792276 to foster the integration of solar heat in industrial processes starting from the agro–food sector, by developing and demonstrating at four real industrial sites the following set of tools and methods.

We are waiting for you in Savona: register now!

Stefano Barberis