21st Symposium: Turbomachinery Measuring
22-23 March - 2012
Conference on Thermal Energy Management
26 March - 2012
The Energy Institute training course
27-29 March - 2012
20th PIN Meeting
2 May - 2012
6th International Conference: Thermal Engineering
22-25 May - 2011
8th ECI International Conference
3-7 June - 2012
Sustainable Energy In Buildings
14-20 October - 2012
This study includes substantial data on the potential of process heat recovery in steel and aluminium companies.
WellMet2050 is investigating novel methods of meeting global carbon emissions targets for steel and aluminium that go beyond improving process efficiency by reconsidering the entire product lifecycle. Based in the Department of Engineering at the University of Cambridge, the five–year project is backed by £1.5m of government funding through the EPSRC Leadership Fellowship scheme and a consortium of more than twenty companies, partner universities and leading academics.
By analysis of the technical challenges, metal flows and emissions scenarios, and the barriers, drivers and pathways for implementation, WellMet2050 has explored four themes spanning the supply chain:
The WellMet2050 team has published a book, 'Sustainable Materials: With Both Eyes Open', detailing the findings from the first half of the project. This book is available to purchase or as a free download from www.withbotheyesopen.com. The WellMet2050 project will now focus on working with industry to create demonstrators of the big carbon saving opportunities identified.