|Date||29 June 2021|
|-||30 June 2021|
|CPD Points||0.1 ECSA CPD Points for every 1 hour webinar attended|
|Location||Kathu, Northern Cape|
Announcement Reg form-29052020.pdf
The Colloquium on Renewable Solutions for an Energy Intensive Industry will provide an overview of renewable technologies for electricity and process heat commercially available and currently under development. The workshop will host presentations from universities, research institutes and energy supply companies. Presentations from industry on renewable energy applications are also invited.
Global agreements to aim for less than 2°C global warming requires CO2 emissions to achieve net zero by 2060. Energy intensive industries are often criticized for lack of emissions reductions. In addition, carbon tax and its implications for industry necessitates an evaluation of alternatives to fossil fuel use. This colloquium strives to have an open discussion on the technologies available, the barriers to their implementation and how to overcome them.
Announcing PReMA project sponsorship of the Renewable Solutions for Energy Intensive Industry Colloquium:
The PReMA project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme under Grant Agreement No 820561 to investigate solar thermal preheating technology in manganese ferroalloy production in order to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and electricity consumption. Come fi nd out about these and other renewable solutions at the Colloquium.
To provide an opportunity for energy intensive industry to engage with companies and researchers in the renewable energy field. To inform on the state of technology development and promote the adoption of renewable energy solutions.
The colloquium is aimed at delegates from industry operating mines, smelters, kilns and other minerals processing units requiring heating, cooling or electricity and includes:
For further information contact:
Camielah Jardine, Head of Conferencing
SAIMM, P O Box 61127, Marshalltown 2107
Tel: (011) 834-1273/7 · Fax: (011) 833-8156 or (011) 838-5923
E-mail: email@example.com · Website: http://www.saimm.co.za