Decarbonization of industrial processes: technologies, applications and perspectives of low-temperature solar heat (80-150°C)

Bartali, Ruben
Christodoulaki, Rosie
Drosou, Vassiliki
Svaizer, Piergiorgio
Alarcón-Padilla, Diego-César
Osório, Tiago
Kramer, Wolfgang
Bolognese, Michele
Pratticò, Luca
Viesi, Diego
Roca Sobrino, Lidia
Guillen Burrieza, Elena
Fluch, Juergen
Bayer, Özgür
Pınarlı, Deniz
Erdoğan, Selin
Brunner, Christoph
Cavada, Roberto
Bonizzi, Alberto
Cimatti, Alessandro
Zanetti, Alberto
Crema, Luigi


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R. Bartali et al., “Decarbonization of industrial processes: technologies, applications and perspectives of low-temperature solar heat (80-150°C),” presented at the EuroSun 2020, 2020, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: