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Expert-Seminar: Sustainability | Energy Management | A View into the Glass Ball

Sustainability | Energy Management | A View into the Glass Ball

11/10/2020 12:15:00 PM – 11/10/2020 2:15:00 PM

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Sustainability | Energy Management | A View into the Glass Ball

Language: German

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<< 12:15 – 12:45 | Daniel Gosse - Decarbonization of process heat for breweries: Process heat contributes significantly to the overall CO2-emissions of breweries and in the food & beverage industry. Innovative technologies allow significant reductions or even the complete elimination of their CO2 emissions. The presentation provides an overview over the latest technologies ranging from hydrogen boilers to hybrid solutions and will inform about the technical challenges. Reduce your company’s CO2-footprint and protect the environment at the same time. >> << 12:45 – 13:15 | Tobias Schlögl - Cooling with photovoltaics for 0 € – Use of the thermic battery: The times are over where there is a gold bar for one kWh, today there is an apple or an egg - but not even both. Use the photovoltaic surplus in the thermal battery that is always present in breweries. How can I design the way to get there and what are often still energy guzzlers that most people are not aware of. >> << 13:15 – 13:45 | Alexander Rossner - Sustainability for breweries - climate protection made easy: How to calculate your C02 footprint for cost savings and increased sales: Climate protection is one of the great challenges of our time and at the same time one of the opportunities to present companies and products as future-proof. Hardly any other instrument in the field of sustainable development is as popular as the topic of climate neutrality, which will be explained during this event. >> << 13:45 – 14:15 | Tobias Schlögl - Prevent excess hot water by changing the wort cooling: It is not uncommon to find construction sites that operate their brewhouse, fermentation and storage tanks at one location and their filling and storage at a remote location or simply contract filling. How can I avoid high hot water surpluses and reduce the power consumption in a brewery by optimizing the wort cooling. >> read more

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