Sustainable Solutions for Industrial Heat Management

7 Feb 2024 | Perspective, Research

Three-quarters of energy used in industry is converted into heat and over half of total energy used is lost as waste heat.

Industrial heating is largely powered by non-renewable resources; producers attempting to achieve carbon reduction targets are looking for alternative, sustainable solutions for generating process heat and recovering energy wasted as heat.

Download our paper on sustainable heat management to find out how industrial producers can use infrastructure and new technology to ‘green’ their production processes.

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