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In the face of energy market uncertainty and increasingly stringent sustainability regulations, the industrial production landscape is undergoing transformative changes globally. To thrive in this evolving environment, companies must shift towards renewable heat, embracing decarbonization to ensure their competitiveness.

Industries often find themselves highly dependent on fossil fuels, exposing them to unpredictable price fluctuations. This dependence complicates efforts to manage energy costs and maintain profitability. In addition, growing consumer and financial concerns about climate change are putting pressure on companies to reduce emissions, transition to cleaner energy sources, and pursue industry-wide decarbonization.

With more than 70% of the total energy consumption, industrial production processes are highly dependent on heat. This over-reliance on thermal energy presents challenges in terms of energy costs, dependency and emissions, but also opportunities for industries seeking to optimize energy use and advance decarbonization efforts by transitioning to renewable heat sources.

Technology collaboration

A solar thermal energy system can reach temperaturers of up to 160°C (320°F) and pressures of up to 8 bar for multiple applications in different industrial sectors. The heat can then either be used for generating steam, or directly in industry process stages. 

Depending on the conditions of the facilities where the technologies will operate, such as available space, required heat/steam temperature, electricity prices, sun radiation of the location etc, a collaboration of heat technologies is recommended. A customized integration between technologies combines with a a heat storage will optimize the price and overall system performance.

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