The EcoStock - An eco-designed mobile thermal storage solution for industrial waste heat recovery and renewable storage in recycled ceramics.
To reduce the use of fossil energies, thermal storage solutions are used directly at the customers' manufacturing plants.
A major amount of the energy consumed in the industry is wasted as lost heat, which represents millions of tons of CO2 uselessly produced. Eco-Tech Ceram’s solution is to recover the heat contained in industrial fumes and store it in refractory ceramics made from industrial co-products. This accumulated heat can either be used as a heating source – hot air at constant temperature level is provided (up to 1000°C) – or be converted into electricity.
Networking PartnerEuropean UnionThe EU, through its funding programmes, supports the development of innovations and technologies that help combat climate change, protect the environment and ensure a sustainable development and growth.InnoEnergyInnoEnergy supports and invests in innovation at every stage of the journey – from classroom to end-customer.ADEMEADEME - The French Agency for Ecological Transition- is a public agency under the joint authority of the Ministry for an Ecological Transition and the Ministry for Higher Education, Research and Innovation.
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