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The working group "Hydrogen in Industry and Business" deals with the technological and economic effects of hydrogen on material and energetic processes. Corresponding questions are identified, solutions and synergies are shown and corresponding effects are discussed.
Industrial Production is one of Germany's most important economic pillars. To increase the competitiveness of German production processes, it is increasingly important to boost productivity through resource efficiency.
The "Building Energy Technology" working group brings together technical solutions for the design and realisation of new buildings with a focus on commercial and industrial properties. A holistic approach is pursued, which ensures a sustainable, low-emission and efficient energy supply as well as an optimal ambient climate in the building.
The demands of ENERGY SAXONY as an energy cluster include the transfer of new technologies in practical application. This is the objective of the working group "Storage and Grid Services" for the electric, thermal and chemical storage of energy as well as consequent services for the operation of networks and similar applications.
The new generation landscape with electricity from growing shares of renewable energies, the coupling of electricity and heat generation and the integration of the transport sector poses new challenges for the network infrastructure. The working group has set itself the task of developing technical solutions for the energy networks so that an affordable supply can continue to be guaranteed with a high degree of security and environmental compatibility.
In order to establish a circular economy in Saxony, the two associations Energy Saxony e.V. and Circular MTC e.V. have initiated the innovation cluster CIRCULAR SAXONY, which is funded by the Free State of Saxony. The objective is the sustainable design of production and recycling cycles in order to counter the resource problem and to reduce the transformation costs towards climate neutrality. Together with actors from industry, science and politics, the circular economy is to be transferred from rhetoric to practice within the framework of topic-specific working groups.