How human heat can best be used to warm buildings

Amin Al-Habaibeh, Professor of Intelligent Engineering Systems at Nottingham Trent University, in an article on The Conversation website, discusses how human body heat can be used to adjust temperatures. He said we can develop “smart buildings” able to adjust their heating based on the number of people in a room and the expected resulting increase … Continue reading How human heat can best be used to warm buildings

Action Plan for a competitive and sustainable steel industry in Europe

Heat Recovery in Energy Intensive Industries (H-REII)  is a project supported by the EU LIFE Programme.  Energy intensive industrial processes (iron, steel and cement production, glass making, etc.) emit heat and carbon dioxide (CO2) into the environment. Technological and non-technological barriers have negatively influenced the introduction of more energy efficient systems that are able to … Continue reading Action Plan for a competitive and sustainable steel industry in Europe