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Title: Projeto SHIP
Authors: Eusébio, Tiago
Osório, Tiago
Horta, Pedro
Keywords: Solar energy
Solar heating
Solar thermal
Industrial applications
Medium temperature
Issue Date: Nov-2020
Publisher: LNEG - Laboratório Nacional de Energia e Geologia
Citation: Eusébio, T.R... [] - Projeto SHIP. In: CIES2020: As Energias Renováveis na Transição Energética: Livro de Comunicações do XVII Congresso Ibérico e XIII Congresso Ibero-americano de Energia Solar. Helder Gonçalves, Manuel Romero (Ed.). Lisboa, Portugal: LNEG, 3-5 Novembro, 2020, p. 1219-1226
Abstract: Solar heat for industrial processes (SHIP) has presented itself as a worldwide solar thermal niche market where at least 741 systems, with 662 648 m2 of collectors area (567 MWth), could be found at the end of 2018 in operation, 108 of which were new systems that started its operation in that year. In Portugal, besides small scale and low temperature particular cases, mainly towards domestic hot water production, solar process heat is virtually non-existent. The SHIP project – Solar Heat for Industrial Processes (P2020) – had as its main goal to develop and demonstrate, at the company KEMET Electronics Portugal S.A., in Évora, a direct integration of medium temperature solar thermal technology system, testing and validating it, assuring in this way its proximity/readiness to the market.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:CI-ER - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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