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  • Your Joomla! Site - General Assembly Workshop 2014
    art and perspectives Frank Graf DVGW DE 1 06MB 3 LNG fuelling in Europe a growing opportunity for gas industry Vaclav Chrz Chart Ferox CZ 4 8MB 4 Heat and Power Supply for Residential Applications Fuel cells in Switzerland Martin Seifert SVGW CH and Volker Nerlich Hexis CH 16 8MB 5 EU climate and Energy Policy room for gas Beate Raabe Secretary General Eurogas BE 169KB 6 New developments in

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  • Your Joomla! Site - Role of Gas in heating and cooling WS
    share of 45 bring significant benefit in terms of comfort energy efficiency and CO2 emissions reduction MARCOGAZ EUROGAS and GERG are cooperating to help achieve the significant benefits identified Presented materials can be found below 1 Future of Gas Technology in UK Kevin Lowe British Gas 1 08MB 2 Trends in the heating sector Dana Popp Association of the European Heating Industry EHI 916KB 3 The role of gas in

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  • Your Joomla! Site - Gas Sensors Workshop 2014
    Bruun 1 18MB 1 5 Views and visions from appliances manufacturers EHI Wilfried Linke 1 01MB Session 2 Existing 2 1 Introduction GC detectors spectroscopic device detector correlative device other How do they work What can we use them for GDF SUEZ CRIGEN Julie Delahaye 547KB 2 2 Gas quality challenges in transport and the role of sensors Shell Stuart Macdonald 6 61MB 2 3 Capabilities and challenges of optical measurement of natural gas quality Cranfield University Dr Jane Hodgkinson 503KB 2 4 Gas Quality Sensing gasQS at MEMS AG Mems AG Philippe Prêtre 1 71MB 2 5 Microsystems for selective gas sensing MiCROSENS SA Dr Ulrike Lehmann 8 42MB 2 6 Wobbe Index Sensor Bright Sensors SA Conor Slater and Gaël Farine 134KB 2 7 GasPT instrument Orbital Global Solutions Terry Williams 553KB 2 8 Possibilities using non dispersive IR technology for in vehicle measurement of methane gas quality Senseair Henrik Rödjegård 764KB 2 9 Ionization current sensing SEM Mattias Svensson 222KB 2 10 New technologies for extended gas analysis Elster Gmbh Dr Joachim Kastner 1 12MB Session 3 Development projects with sensors integrated technologies 3 1 Short overview activities of the Gas Industry in relation to gas sensors GERG PC Chairs GERG PC Distribution activity in gas sensors GERG PC General studies activity in gas sensors GERG PC Utilisation activity in gas sensors 122KB 108KB 870KB 3 2 Controls for combustion optimization AFECOR Dr Bergemann H Petermann 587KB 3 3 Combustion Control based on Ionization Current Detection Application in Condensing Heating Appliances Bosch Martin Kiefer 3 4 Multi gas air ratio control platform MGARCP of DVGW EBI to manage gas quality effects on appliance site DVGW EBI Holger Doerr 383KB 3 5 GERG Project The potential of MEMS for gas distribution systems Kiwa Technology Erik Polman 285KB 3

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  • Your Joomla! Site - Gas Heat Pumps Workshop 2011
    process must be continued 3 The enlargement of the range of products is desired to cover all needs 4 Field tests and experiments results shall be shared and promoted 5 The importance of quality installations through competent installers is highlighted Progresses regarding the above issues are expected in a close future MARCOGAZ GERG jointly organized this workshop to update the audience on the latest technologies and to coordinate further policy actions research and standardization activities The Workshop presentations can now be downloaded below Programme Gas Heat Pumps Workshop 1 2 December 2011 in Paris Workshop Programme 1 55MB Day1 Thursday 1 December 2011 1 Introduction Which place for gas heat pumps in the future energy market European Energy Roadmap 2050 Laurent David Chairman of the Eurogas Forecasting Task Force Eurogas 289KB The Position of Gas Heat Pumps in comparison with other energy options Peter Oostendorp Smart Cooling Foundation GasTerra 930KB 2 Technologies state of the art Products overview Engine driven heat pumps Thermally driven heat pumps Juliette Promelle Research Division GDF Suez 435KB Manufacturers presentation Gas engine driven heat pump Eng Sergio Zallocco AISIN TECNOCASA 1 37MB Manufacturers presentation Gas engine driven heat pump J Wintermayr SANYO 3 09MB Manufacturers presentation Gas engine driven heat pump J Postle YANMAR Energy System Co Ltd 692KB Manufacturers presentation Gas engine driven heat pump C Moreau SOPRANO 1 88MB Manufacturers presentation Adsorption heat pump development David Auty Bob Critorph SORPTION ENERGY 1 65MB Manufacturers presentation Zeolite heat pump Hendrik Tiemeler VAILLANT 546KB Manufacturers presentation Zeolite heat pump absorption heat pump Dr Belal Dawoud presented by GDF Suez VIESSMANN Werke Allendorf GmbH 1 57MB Manufacturers presentation Absorption heat pump Luigi Tischer Strategic Business Director ROBUR SpA 2 03MB Manufacturers presentation Buderus Gas Absorption heat pumps Alex Albers Project Manager BOSCH 672KB 3 Tour Gas

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  • Your Joomla! Site - Micro CHP Workshop 2008
    today and tomorrow G Gummert Baxi 1 000KB The Remeha mCHP based on a combi boiler with stirling engine P Gelderloos De Dietrich Remeha Group 12 944KB Commercialising Fuel Cell mCHP Systems B Bilton Ceramic Fuel Cells Limited 704KB Combined Heat and Power Stirling Technology G Mitchell BOSCH 4 936KB Session 3 mCHP state of the art Moderated by J Schweitzer DGC What is the current activity in the Gas Industry regarding the introduction of mCHP Having a clear picture of the present situation will help to set up the frame for collaborations and achieve some synergies Activities include R D Lab test Field test Market appliances evaluation Certification standardization Marketing actions J Schweitzer DGC 11 217KB The Japanese experience in micro CHP for residential use K Nishizaki Tokyo Gas Co 3 333 KB The Netherlands MicroCHP what can be expected in terms of energy savings H Sijbring GasTerra 30 974KB UK mCHP industry activity M Orrill British Gas 148KB Germany Gas Industry Activity M Wilmsmann E on Ruhrgas 304KB Gaz de France activities Stirling and Fuel Cell mCHP Technologies D Le Noc Gaz de France 1 470KB Denmark Gas Industry Activity J de Wit DGC 9 645KB mCHP in North America Obstacles S Bernstein National Grid 3 346KB Session 4 Conditions for success Moderated by H Ensing GasTerra The development of mCHP is also linked to the technical environment of the product what will be the requirements on the installation installers would traditional gas installers do the job would units available cover heat hot water and power for houses or will there be a need for backup additional traditional gas appliances as well Connection to the grid costs etc What about the certification of the products under which directives are those products CE certified Safety and quality requirements for mCHP products F Thuis KIWA GASTEC 1 385KB Commercial and marketing aspects micro CHP How do we convince the users to invest in a mCHP film H Ensing GasTerra 11 119KB Interactive website presenting technologies and products T Formanski ASUE KB Integration of micro CHP units Project EU DEEP Connecting mCHP to the grid Challenges Advantages Costs J Deuse Tractebel 1 871KB Subsidising mCHP What is the situation Impact of different models A H Pedersen DONG 703KB Session 5 Round table synthesis of the Conference Moderated by D Hec Marcogaz Round table conclusions What shall we do now From what has been presented is there a basis for an European collaboration What common action How to organize and co ordinate the work Role of EU International co operation Conclusion Participants D Hec S Ramesohl F Riddoch I Manders D Pinchbeck H Sijbring S Bernstein Presented by D Hec Marcogaz 2 386KB Micro CHP Organising the Future The U K example I Manders CHPA 480KB The European situation F Riddoch COGEN Europe 1 070KB Final comments M Florette Gaz de France Presented Organised by With the Support of Sponsors Objectives Micro cogeneration mCHP is an important technology for the Gas Industry

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  • Your Joomla! Site - JWS Gas Utilisation Technologies 2016
    Moderated by Arnaud Duvielguerbigny COGEN Europe Overview of mature products on the market prices and the prospects for market development John Murray Delta Energy Environment 0 98MB Mini CHP manufacturer EC Power Bjarne Bogner EC power Mini CHP manufacturer ENER G Matt Chassagne ENER G UK 2 05MB Mini CHP manufacturer SenerTec Markus Mültner Senertec 6 21MB We have the technology New market ready technologies case studies part II Moderated by Noel Regan Eurogas Engine driven gas heat pumps AISIN Stefano Benedetto AISIN Toyota 4 30MB Gas absorption heat pumps Robur Luigi Tischer Robur 3 51MB Ways to bring appliances to the market Part I Moderated by Noel Regan Eurogas Routes to market for successful mini CHP commercialisation and deployment in businesses Alexandra Tudoroiu Lakavice COGEN Europe 0 75MB Promotion of small scale CHP in Denmark Asger Myken DONG Energy 0 37MB Ways to bring appliances to the market ESCO Approach Pascal Roger FEDENE 0 95MB Ways to bring appliances to the market Part I Moderated by Noel Regan Eurogas New technologies implementatioin views and examples from ENGIE Régis Contreau GRDF David Dupuis CRIGEN 1 16MB Keys for GHP market ready positive case studies with heating and cooling production in

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  • Your Joomla! Site - MARCOGAZ Survey CH4 emissions for gas transmission & distribution in Europe
    quantify the emissions of Natural Gas to be transparent about the methodology used and to demonstrate that best practices are used across the European Gas Industry The Marcogaz technical report Survey methane emissions for gas transmission and distribution in Europe

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