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the HiFlex technology

Reduce CO2 emissions

Reduce costs of renewable power generation

Provide flexibility
to the energy system

Our Vision

In the HiFlex project, a pre-commercial power plant
based on Concentrating Solar Power will be
developed, built and tested at a pasta plant in Italy.
The EU co-funded project will demonstrate, that it is
possible to run the plant 24/7 and continuously
generate renewable energy.

Barilla, one of the leading pasta producers
worldwide, can use the thermal energy for its pasta
production in order to partly reduce its
consumption of fossil fuels.

Reduce CO2 emissions

Our Vision

In the HiFlex project, a pre-commercial power plant
based on Concentrating Solar Power will be
developed, built and tested at a pasta plant in Italy.
The EU co-funded project will demonstrate, that it is
possible to run the plant 24/7 and continuously
generate renewable energy.

Barilla, one of the leading pasta producers
worldwide, can use the thermal energy for its pasta
production in order to partly reduce its
consumption of fossil fuels.

Reduce costs of renewable power generation

Provide flexibility
to the energy system

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How to reduce a pasta’s carbon footprint?

Take wheat and some water, add
energy from renewable sources and
there you go!

Hardfacts about HiFlex

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1000 °C

Absorber medium
temperature

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2.5 MW th

Peak thermal
receiver power

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20 MWhth

Thermal
storage capacity

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6000 m²

Heliostat
reflector area

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7000 t/yr

Pasta dried
by Hiflex plant

24/7 renewable energy
for building a low-carbon &
climate resilient future.

Ceramic particles

Small ceramic particles are ideally
suited as heat transfer and storage
material.

Credit: DLR (CC-By 3.0)

Solar Tower Juelich

More than 2,000 mirrors
concentrate the sunlight and
reflect it to the central receiver on
top of the tower.

Credit: DLR (CC-By 3.0)

Receiver operation

A bright spot is visible where the
solar radiation is targeted to the
receiver.

Credit: DLR (CC-By 3.0)

Technology

A solar power plant with storage for
the supply of flexible energy.

Concentrating Solar Power

Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) systems use mirrors to focus
sunlight on a small spot, where a absorber medium gets heated.
The absorbed heat can be directly used to generate electricity,
process heat or stored for later use.

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Heliostats

Heliostats are movable mirrors, which reflect sunlight to the top
of a tower. Computers control the heliostats to ensure their
proper and correct alignment according to the movement of the
sun during the day. In HiFlex, a heliostat field will be developed
and built with special focus on cost reduction and improved
manufacturing

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Solid particle systems and Particle receiver

Solid particle systems are considered a promising option for
future CSP. Small ceramic particles are used as absorber and
storage medium. Temperatures up to 1000°C are possible due to
the direct absorption concept and advantageous particle
properties. Unlike state-of-the-art molten salt, the particle
system does not experience the danger of fluid freezing and
thus does not need any trace heating. The low cost of the
particles and the significantly reduced need for high
-temperature metallic alloys lead to lower receiver and storage
costs.

In the HiFlex project, solarradiation is concentrated onto a so-
called Centrifugal Particle Receiver (CentRecÒ) with 2.5 MW
peak thermal power which is mounted on top of the tower. Small
ceramic particles as the absorber medium passes through the
receiver and get thereby heated up to 1000°C. The basic
concept of the receiver is a rotating cylinder with an inclined
rotation axis. Particles are fed into the receiver and forced
against the inner cylinder wall by centrifugal forces, where they
form a thin, but optically dense particle film. While slowly
moving along the wall towards the receiver outlet, the film is
gradually heated by incoming solar radiation.

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Electric particle heater & Backup heater

In times, when there is not enough direct radiation for CSP
available or the increasing share of photovoltaic (PV) and wind
energy leads to excess power in the grid, an electric particle
heater (100 kWel) is employed to heat up the particles with PV or
wind electricity. This avoids curtailment of renewable power
systems and enables further increase of PV and wind capacity. In
this way, the HiFlex system can act in a controlled manner both
as power supply as well as power sink, and thus contribute
to grid balancing with positive and negative power.

On cloudy and windless days however,a simple burner for
renewable fuel (800 kWth), like biogas, cellulosic ethanol or
renewable hydrogen, is foreseen to heat up the particles,
ensuring the full production capacity for grid stability. This
feature avoids the need to keep other conventional power
blocks in stand-by that would only be used for a limited number
of hours during the year. Due to the limited usage of this feature
the total amount of renewable fuel is expected to be quite small
(< 5%).

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High density storage

The heated particles can be directly stored in an insulated tank
for later use, allowing the generation of dispatchable power. Due
to the large temperature span from 300°C to 700°C between hot
and cold state of the particles the volumetric storage density is
about 2.5 times higher than current solutions. Together with low
cost particles this results in reduced specific storage costs (about
50% of current solutions).

After passing the steam generator, the cooled particles are
stored in a second tank. Both tanks are sized large enough to
smooth out the variable energy inputs.

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Steam generator & turbine

In order to generate steam for power production the heated
particles are led through the steam generator.

The high driving temperature difference in the steam generator
results in a low heat transfer area and smaller units with reduced
thermal inertia. Therefore, a faster ramping of the power cycle is
allowed which improves the response to grid demand
fluctuations.

Depending on the demand of the energy user, high
temperature, high pressure steam is produced from the hot
particles and subsequently converted to electricity with a steam
turbine. If low temperature heat is needed, the steam is not
expanded completely, but extracted from the steam turbine at a
sufficient temperature. This combined heat and power scheme
allows the use of waste heat coming from the turbine. In the
actual HiFlex project however, the steam turbine is left out as it is
state-of-the art technology.

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Particle transport

The particle transport from the cold storage tank to the receiver
inlet is done batchwise in insulated containers with an elevator
system, incorporating a small heat losing surface. For the short
distance from receiver outlet to hot storage an insulated pipe
with a gravity driven transport of the hot particles is foreseen.

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Grid

The electricity produced using renewable sources is provided to
the power grid. The HiFlex system is able to deliver secure
electricity on demand. Due to the included storage system it is
moreover capable of providing flexibility to the grid. It can either
function as a power source or a power sink.

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Pasta Production

The HiFlex system is intended for continuous operation over a
period of 18 months. The partner Barilla is especially interested in
a future combined heat and power (CHP) application.
Preliminary cost estimations for the Barilla production site near
Foggia, South Italy, indicate attractive cost for both, electricity
and heat production, and CO2 reductions for the pasta
production. Barilla is therefore interested to have the
demonstration system installed on their premises, allowing the
integration of process heat from the pre-commercial HiFlex
system into the existing pasta production and learning about the
operation and economics of the system.

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Life Cycle Assessment

The environmental performance of the HiFlex system will be
assessed by means of an environmental life cycle assessment
(LCA). It will focus on impact categories like greenhouse gas
emissions (carbon footprint), non-renewable primary energy use
(energy footprint), water use (water footprint) and land use, as
well as on impacts on ecosystems and human health.

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The worldwide first pre-
commercial CSP system using
solid particle technology.

Our partners

The pan-European consortium of HiFlex brings
together internationally recognized experts from
eachtargeted development area, with the aim to
leverage their complementary skills to fully cover all
development aspects of the high temperature
particle CSP concept. Together they will
demonstrate the technical and economic feasibility
of the HiFlex system and its potential to
considerably contribute to carbon emission
reduction.

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KT – Kinetics Technology

KT – Kinetics Technology is a specialized EPC contractor and part of the MaireTecnimont
Group, a head company of an industrial group leader in natural resources processing
industry (plant engineering in oil & gas downstream, with advanced technological
and executive skills), listed on the Milan Stock Exchange. In its current position as EPC
Contractor, KT is widely recognized as a company with a very strong technological
background and a great focus on process design capabilities. The company roots in its
traditional licensing business lines, sulphur recovery and hydrogen production, with
multiple relevant units all over the world licensed by KT. This double dimension – as main
contractor and licensor – enables KT to properly and continuously translate the lesson
learned coming from its construction sites into upgrades of the plant design and boosts a
real and effective design-to-cost approach since the very beginning of the engineering
phase in compliance with the most stringent environmental regulations.

KT and Nextchem will coordinate and supervise the project as well as provide engineering
for the integration of the same. KT as coordinator of the project will manage the
consortium dynamics and the relation with the European Commission.

NextChem

NextChem is MaireTecnimont’s subsidiary operating in the field of green chemistry and
technologies for the energy transition. MaireTecnimont Group is a head company of an
industrial group leader in natural resources processing industry (plant engineering in
oil&gas downstream, with advanced technological and executive skills), listed on Milan
Stock Exchange. The MaireTecnimont Group kicked-off its Green Acceleration project
through the launch of NextChem, its new company dedicated to supporting the energy
transition. NextChem is managing a portfolio of several technological initiatives along a
roadmap towards energy transition which is composed of three areas of activity:
Greening the Brown, Circular Economy and Green Green.
Thanks to MaireTecnimont’s technological DNA and its leadership in the transformation
of natural resources, NextChem is able to act timely to contribute to accelerate the
industrialization and commercialization of innovations for sustainably transforming
good ideas into industrial plants and to be the best technological and industrial partner
in the energy transition under way.
Nextchem, due to its broad experience in pilot plant design as well as in engineering
activities in CSP field, oversees the basic engineering and of the detailed engineering.
Nextchem is also in charge of erection supervision, commissioning and start-up.

DLR

The German Aerospace Center (DeutschesZentrumfürLuft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is the
national aeronautics and space research centre of Germany undertaking extensive
research and development work in aeronautics, space, energy, transport, security and
digitalization. DLR employs about 8500 people at 27 locations in Germany.
The DLR Institute of Solar Research (DLR-SF) with over 170 scientist and engineers is
the largest research entity in Germany investigating and developing CSP technologies to
provide heat, electricity and fuel. With about 50 members of staff, the department of
Thermal Process Technology of the DLR Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics
(DLR-TT) is concerned with energy storage, thermal management and heat exchange
topics.
The main research focus of the Institute of Materials Research (DLR-WF) is the
development of new material solutions and their processing techniques for applications
in i.e. energy technology.
DLR-SF designs the centrifugal particle receiver, the electric heater and the back-up
heater system together with HelioHeat. It is responsible for the modelling and the
techno-economic assessment of the receiver and the overall system and implements the
heliostat field control system.
DLR-TT works on designing the steam generator that is supported by particle-CFD
simulations. It is responsible for validating the corresponding steam generator model.
The contribution of DLR-WF is focused on material issues such as particle
characterization and fundamental work for optimization of the particle composition.

The Barilla Group

Barilla is a family company, not listed on the stock exchange, chaired by brothers Guido, Luca and Paolo Barilla.  It was founded by their great-grandfather, Pietro Barilla, who opened a bakery in Parma in 1877.  Now, Barilla is famous in Italy and throughout the world for the excellence of its food products. With its brands – Barilla, Mulino Bianco, Pan di Stelle, Gran Cereale, Harrys, Pavesi, Wasa, Filiz, Yemina and Vesta, Misko, Voiello and Cucina Barilla – it promotes a tasty, joyful and healthy diet, inspired by the Mediterranean Diet and the Italian lifestyle.

When Pietro opened his store more than 140 years ago, his overriding aim was to make good food. Today, that principle has become Barilla’s way of doing business: “Good for You, Good for the Planet,” a slogan that expresses the daily commitment of the over 8,000 people who work for the company, and of a supply chain that shares its values and passion for quality.

“Good for You” means constantly improving the product offering, encouraging the adoption of healthy lifestyles and facilitating people’s access to food.

“Good for the Planet” means promoting sustainable supply chains and reducing CO2 emissions and water consumption. One of the long-term goal is to change its electricity and heat demand to a sustainable production.

Barilla is the end user of the energy produced by the CSP pre-commercial power plant and will host it next to its pasta manufacturing plant in Foggia, South Italy.

Sugimat

Sugimat S.L. is a Spain-based company specialized in design and manufacturing of heat
exchangers for different use in the industry and energy sector. With more than 35 years
of experience, Sugimat has supplied hundreds of turnkey plants worldwide fueled with
biomass or fossil fuels. Currently, it is made up of a multidisciplinary team of more than
30 engineers and specialized workers.
With support from John Cockerill, Sugimat is in charge for the manufacturing of the
steam generator and the condenser.

TEKFEN

Tekfen Engineering is a part of Tekfen Group of Companies, was founded in 1984 to
handle the engineering side of the EPC triangle for turnkey projects to provide effective
engineering services for technologically demanding projects that require specialized
know-how. Tekfen Engineering has also been contracted out of the Group in particular
because of its experience in industrial plants and infrastructure projects. Tekfen aims to
meet each client’s schedule, budget, performance and quality goals by applying its
wealth of design expertise and practical experience as well as its management skills.
Tekfen Engineering has a team of 300+ multi-discipline engineers, active mainly in oil &
gas, power plant, petrochemical, infrastructure and utility industries. Tekfen offers
engineering solutions in process, equipment design, plant layout, piping, electrical, I&C,
civil, structural, architectural, project management, risk & safety disciplines.
Tekfen Engineering Company is mainly responsible for the optimization, detailed
engineering and manufacturing of heliostats and the heliostat field.

HelioHeat GmbH

HelioHeat GmbH was founded in July 2017 as a spin-off company from the DLR Institute
of Solar Research. Its main technology is the Centrifugal Particle Receiver, a highly
innovative component for novel CSP plants with the potential for reduced energy costs.
HelioHeat also offers plant developers support in feasibility studies, project
development, optimization of the complete plant and basic engineering.
HelioHeat manufactures and delivers the Centrifugal Particle Receiver, the electric and
the backup particle heater.

John Cockerill

Driven since 1817 by the entrepreneurial spirit and passion for innovation of its founder, the John Cockerill Group develops large-scale technological solutions to meet the needs of its time: preserving natural resources, contributing to greener mobility, producing sustainably, fighting against insecurity and facilitating access to renewable energy. Its contribution to businesses, governments and communities consists of services and associated equipment for the sectors of energy, defense, industry, the environment, transport and infrastructures. With over 6000 employees, John Cockerill achieved a turnover of 1.3 billion euro in 23 countries on five continents in 2018.

John Cockerill is responsible of the Particle Steam Generator basic and detail engineering. John Cockerill will also support Sugimat for the Steam Generator manufacturing.

Quantis

Quantis is a leading life cycle assessment (LCA) consultancy specialized in supporting
companies to measure, understand and manage the environmental impacts of their
products, services and operations. Quantis employs 40 people, amongst which several
are internationally renowned experts in the LCA field.
Quantis offers cutting-edge services in environmental footprinting, eco-design,
sustainable supply chains as well as environmental communication. Fueled by its close
ties with the scientific community and its strategic research collaborations, Quantis has
a strong track record in applying its expertise to support clients
in transforming LCA results into decisions and action plans.
Quantis assesses the environmental and integrated sustainability performance of HiFlex
concept (including individual components and technology as a whole), compared to
alternative energy technologies, by means of a life cycle assessment (LCA) and natural
and social capital valuation.

Dürmeier GmbH

Perfect industrial equipment – this is what Dürmeier GmbH stands for. State-of-the art
engineering, perfection in production and assembly. More than 40 years of experience
and reliability under the “Made in Germany” mark. Dürmeier provides equipment for
different applications, such as chemical industry, mining, foundries, steelmaking and
recycling. Its specialization are individual solutions, applying a “special” approach in
situations as if they were “standard”. Concept development and design, production and
assembly – all this processes take place hand in hand in one company. This allows for
perfectly matching to existing conditions and interfaces, including risk analysis,
documentation preparation and obtaining of CE or EAC conformity declarations.
Dürmeier works both with greenfield turnkey projects or with replacement of individual
components at existing plants.
Dürmeier is responsible for design and delivery of the transport system for particles to
the top of the tower feeding the Centrifugal Particle Receiver.

KT – Kinetics Technology

KT – Kinetics Technology is a specialized EPC contractor and part of the MaireTecnimont
Group, a head company of an industrial group leader in natural resources processing
industry (plant engineering in oil & gas downstream, with advanced technological
and executive skills), listed on the Milan Stock Exchange. In its current position as EPC
Contractor, KT is widely recognized as a company with a very strong technological
background and a great focus on process design capabilities. The company roots in its
traditional licensing business lines, sulphur recovery and hydrogen production, with
multiple relevant units all over the world licensed by KT. This double dimension – as main
contractor and licensor – enables KT to properly and continuously translate the lesson
learned coming from its construction sites into upgrades of the plant design and boosts a
real and effective design-to-cost approach since the very beginning of the engineering
phase in compliance with the most stringent environmental regulations.

KT and Nextchem will coordinate and supervise the project as well as provide engineering
for the integration of the same. KT as coordinator of the project will manage the
consortium dynamics and the relation with the European Commission.

NextChem

NextChem is MaireTecnimont’s subsidiary operating in the field of green chemistry and
technologies for the energy transition. MaireTecnimont Group is a head company of an
industrial group leader in natural resources processing industry (plant engineering in
oil&gas downstream, with advanced technological and executive skills), listed on Milan
Stock Exchange. The MaireTecnimont Group kicked-off its Green Acceleration project
through the launch of NextChem, its new company dedicated to supporting the energy
transition. NextChem is managing a portfolio of several technological initiatives along a
roadmap towards energy transition which is composed of three areas of activity:
Greening the Brown, Circular Economy and Green Green.
Thanks to MaireTecnimont’s technological DNA and its leadership in the transformation
of natural resources, NextChem is able to act timely to contribute to accelerate the
industrialization and commercialization of innovations for sustainably transforming
good ideas into industrial plants and to be the best technological and industrial partner
in the energy transition under way.
Nextchem, due to its broad experience in pilot plant design as well as in engineering
activities in CSP field, oversees the basic engineering and of the detailed engineering.
Nextchem is also in charge of erection supervision, commissioning and start-up.

DLR

The German Aerospace Center (DeutschesZentrumfürLuft- und Raumfahrt; DLR) is the
national aeronautics and space research centre of Germany undertaking extensive
research and development work in aeronautics, space, energy, transport, security and
digitalization. DLR employs about 8500 people at 27 locations in Germany.
The DLR Institute of Solar Research (DLR-SF) with over 170 scientist and engineers is
the largest research entity in Germany investigating and developing CSP technologies to
provide heat, electricity and fuel. With about 50 members of staff, the department of
Thermal Process Technology of the DLR Institute of Engineering Thermodynamics
(DLR-TT) is concerned with energy storage, thermal management and heat exchange
topics.
The main research focus of the Institute of Materials Research (DLR-WF) is the
development of new material solutions and their processing techniques for applications
in i.e. energy technology.
DLR-SF designs the centrifugal particle receiver, the electric heater and the back-up
heater system together with HelioHeat. It is responsible for the modelling and the
techno-economic assessment of the receiver and the overall system and implements the
heliostat field control system.
DLR-TT works on designing the steam generator that is supported by particle-CFD
simulations. It is responsible for validating the corresponding steam generator model.
The contribution of DLR-WF is focused on material issues such as particle
characterization and fundamental work for optimization of the particle composition.

The Barilla Group

Barilla is a family company, not listed on the stock exchange, chaired by brothers Guido, Luca and Paolo Barilla.  It was founded by their great-grandfather, Pietro Barilla, who opened a bakery in Parma in 1877.  Now, Barilla is famous in Italy and throughout the world for the excellence of its food products. With its brands – Barilla, Mulino Bianco, Pan di Stelle, Gran Cereale, Harrys, Pavesi, Wasa, Filiz, Yemina and Vesta, Misko, Voiello and Cucina Barilla – it promotes a tasty, joyful and healthy diet, inspired by the Mediterranean Diet and the Italian lifestyle.

When Pietro opened his store more than 140 years ago, his overriding aim was to make good food. Today, that principle has become Barilla’s way of doing business: “Good for You, Good for the Planet,” a slogan that expresses the daily commitment of the over 8,000 people who work for the company, and of a supply chain that shares its values and passion for quality.

“Good for You” means constantly improving the product offering, encouraging the adoption of healthy lifestyles and facilitating people’s access to food.

“Good for the Planet” means promoting sustainable supply chains and reducing CO2 emissions and water consumption. One of the long-term goal is to change its electricity and heat demand to a sustainable production.

Barilla is the end user of the energy produced by the CSP pre-commercial power plant and will host it next to its pasta manufacturing plant in Foggia, South Italy.

Sugimat

Sugimat S.L. is a Spain-based company specialized in design and manufacturing of heat
exchangers for different use in the industry and energy sector. With more than 35 years
of experience, Sugimat has supplied hundreds of turnkey plants worldwide fueled with
biomass or fossil fuels. Currently, it is made up of a multidisciplinary team of more than
30 engineers and specialized workers.
With support from John Cockerill, Sugimat is in charge for the manufacturing of the
steam generator and the condenser.

TEKFEN

Tekfen Engineering is a part of Tekfen Group of Companies, was founded in 1984 to
handle the engineering side of the EPC triangle for turnkey projects to provide effective
engineering services for technologically demanding projects that require specialized
know-how. Tekfen Engineering has also been contracted out of the Group in particular
because of its experience in industrial plants and infrastructure projects. Tekfen aims to
meet each client’s schedule, budget, performance and quality goals by applying its
wealth of design expertise and practical experience as well as its management skills.
Tekfen Engineering has a team of 300+ multi-discipline engineers, active mainly in oil &
gas, power plant, petrochemical, infrastructure and utility industries. Tekfen offers
engineering solutions in process, equipment design, plant layout, piping, electrical, I&C,
civil, structural, architectural, project management, risk & safety disciplines.
Tekfen Engineering Company is mainly responsible for the optimization, detailed
engineering and manufacturing of heliostats and the heliostat field.

HelioHeat GmbH

HelioHeat GmbH was founded in July 2017 as a spin-off company from the DLR Institute
of Solar Research. Its main technology is the Centrifugal Particle Receiver, a highly
innovative component for novel CSP plants with the potential for reduced energy costs.
HelioHeat also offers plant developers support in feasibility studies, project
development, optimization of the complete plant and basic engineering.
HelioHeat manufactures and delivers the Centrifugal Particle Receiver, the electric and
the backup particle heater.

John Cockerill

Driven since 1817 by the entrepreneurial spirit and passion for innovation of its founder, the John Cockerill Group develops large-scale technological solutions to meet the needs of its time: preserving natural resources, contributing to greener mobility, producing sustainably, fighting against insecurity and facilitating access to renewable energy. Its contribution to businesses, governments and communities consists of services and associated equipment for the sectors of energy, defense, industry, the environment, transport and infrastructures. With over 6000 employees, John Cockerill achieved a turnover of 1.3 billion euro in 23 countries on five continents in 2018.

John Cockerill is responsible of the Particle Steam Generator basic and detail engineering. John Cockerill will also support Sugimat for the Steam Generator manufacturing.

Quantis

Quantis is a leading life cycle assessment (LCA) consultancy specialized in supporting
companies to measure, understand and manage the environmental impacts of their
products, services and operations. Quantis employs 40 people, amongst which several
are internationally renowned experts in the LCA field.
Quantis offers cutting-edge services in environmental footprinting, eco-design,
sustainable supply chains as well as environmental communication. Fueled by its close
ties with the scientific community and its strategic research collaborations, Quantis has
a strong track record in applying its expertise to support clients
in transforming LCA results into decisions and action plans.
Quantis assesses the environmental and integrated sustainability performance of HiFlex
concept (including individual components and technology as a whole), compared to
alternative energy technologies, by means of a life cycle assessment (LCA) and natural
and social capital valuation.

Dürmeier GmbH

Perfect industrial equipment – this is what Dürmeier GmbH stands for. State-of-the art
engineering, perfection in production and assembly. More than 40 years of experience
and reliability under the “Made in Germany” mark. Dürmeier provides equipment for
different applications, such as chemical industry, mining, foundries, steelmaking and
recycling. Its specialization are individual solutions, applying a “special” approach in
situations as if they were “standard”. Concept development and design, production and
assembly – all this processes take place hand in hand in one company. This allows for
perfectly matching to existing conditions and interfaces, including risk analysis,
documentation preparation and obtaining of CE or EAC conformity declarations.
Dürmeier works both with greenfield turnkey projects or with replacement of individual
components at existing plants.
Dürmeier is responsible for design and delivery of the transport system for particles to
the top of the tower feeding the Centrifugal Particle Receiver.

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