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Die Projektbeteiligten plädieren unter anderem für die Priorisierung von Wärmerückgewinnungsmaßnahmen, um dem Klimawandel entgegenzuwirken.

SPH is a partner in the “HeatTransPlan” project

As a specialist in industrial high-temperature heat pumps, SPH Sustainable Process Heat GmbH is part of the interdisciplinary “HeatTransPlan” project team. The project, which was launched at the beginning of 2024, is a joint project involving science, industry and associations funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection (BMWK). It aims to reduce CO2 emissions in industry through the innovative use of waste heat. Continue reading

International award for AHEAD project with SPH participation

The AHEAD (Advanced Heat Pump Demonstrator) research project by pharmaceutical manufacturer Takeda has received the Net-Zero Industries Award 2023. The prize is awarded by the global initiative “Mission Innovation – Net-Zero Industries (MI-NZI)” and honours solutions and innovations that accelerate the use of technologies to decarbonize industry. An independent international jury of experts selected the winners from almost 70 submissions. The AHEAD project won the national prize for Austria in the “Outstanding Projects” category. Continue reading

And the winner is… SPH!

At this year’s business event “Wirtschaftsnacht Rheinland”, SPH prevailed among three finalists and won the prize in the “Start-up” category. The event, which was hosted by the Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger Medien together with its partners, brings together representatives from business, finance, research and the media. This year, the award ceremony took place in the spectacular setting of the Cologne Musical Dome. Continue reading

Delivered: the first two ThermBooster™!

Israeli company UBQ Materials has patented the world’s first bio-based plastic made from 100 per cent unsorted household waste, including organic and non-recyclable materials. UBQ™ is a climate-friendly, cost-competitive and fully recyclable raw material that can be used as a sustainable replacement for plastic, wood or concrete. As a circular solution for waste, the material conserves natural resources and reduces the carbon footprint of end products – and is recyclable itself. Continue reading