Video released: A platform to calculate energy recovery options

Video released: A platform to calculate energy recovery options

The final video about EMB3Rs heat and cold matching platform has been released and can be watched here:
It features the different application options for the platform and the experts involved share their experiences.

Discover four case studies in Portugal and Greece, take a visit at the platform developer’s office and listen to what the coordinator Mafalda Silva from INEGI has to say.
Animated maps visualize the locations of stakeholders providing data to the project. A website trailer of the EMB3Rs platform gives the viewer an impression of the platform’s look.

Viewers can choose from English and Portugues subtitles.
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Regions: Europe, Germany, Greece, Portugal
Keywords: Applied science, Technology, Business, Electronic hardware & software, Manufacturing, Renewable energy, Science, Energy


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