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Session Overview
Session
MO-203: Environmental assessment of energy related products and energy systems across their life cycle
Time:
Monday, 04/Sep/2017:
4:00pm - 5:30pm

Session Chair: Nieves Espinosa, European Commission, Spain
Session Chair: Anders Arvesen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway
Location: Salle de conférences 2
European Convention Center - Ground Floor - "Salle de conférences 2" http://luxcongress.venuetour.net/#p=conference-room-2

Session Abstract

In a global context, where several international and national policies attempt to define strategic energy plans that address environmental sustainability, it is necessary to adopt a holistic perspective. A comprehensive quantification of environmental impacts in the energy sector can be done by means of Life Cycle Assessment. Current developments in energy systems and energy products are limited in their scopes with strong focus on greenhouse gas accountings with disregard for other environmental problems like the impacts of chemical pollution and particulate matters on human health and ecosystems. The session aims to address the importance of rooting environmental sustainability assessments with broad impact coverage into energy planning to prevent or minimise problem shifting and ensure an environmentally-sound energy transition. The topics included are the following:

  • How to address emerging energy technologies in LCA, e.g. CCS, etc.
  • Integration of the ecodesign directive in energy-related products and technologies
  • Inclusion of foresight and dynamic aspects in applications of LCA to energy systems
  • Barriers and solutions in application of LCA to energy systems, e.g. modelling challenges such as temporal and geographical resolution vs. data availability and level of detail of results needed
  • Handling of bioenergy (poses specific methodological challenges, e.g. iLUC)
  • Relevance of transportation in LCA energy systems


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Presentations
4:00pm - 4:15pm

Reduction of site-specific electricity generation particulate matter impacts in China

Christopher Oberschelp, Stephan Pfister, Stefanie Hellweg

ETH Zurich, Switzerland


4:15pm - 4:20pm
Poster

POSTER SPOTLIGHT - Geographical resolution of LCI data on electricity production – the level of detail needed

Tereza Lévová, Lucia Valsasina

ecoinvent Centre, Switzerland

Lévová-POSTER SPOTLIGHT-567_POSTER.pdf

4:20pm - 4:35pm

Quantifying the importance of comprehensive life cycle and impact coverage for photovoltaic systems

Marios D. Chatzisideris1, Nieves Espinosa2, Alexis Laurent3, Frederik C. Krebs1

1Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2European Commission Joint Research Centre, Institute for Prospective Technological Studies, Sevilla, Spain; 3Department of Management Engineering, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark


4:35pm - 4:40pm
Poster

POSTER SPOTLIGHT - Consequential life cycle assessment of an organic photovoltaic portable solar charger applied in the context of European electricity mixes

Steffi Weyand1, Edis Glogic2,3, Guido Sonnemann2, Liselotte Schebek1, Steven B Young3

1Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany; 2University Bordeaux, France; 3University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada


4:40pm - 4:55pm

Life Cycle Assessment of a Mobile Charger containing Recycled Plastics

Youngchai Heo1, Sandeep Rana2, Youngjin Suh1

1Samsung Electronics, Suwon, South Korea; 2Samsung Electronics Europe, London, UK


4:55pm - 5:00pm
Poster

POSTER SPOTLIGHT - A Dream comes true - Use of CO2 for the production of plastics

Birgit Himmelreich

Covestro Deutschland AG, Germany

Himmelreich-POSTER SPOTLIGHT-221_POSTER.pdf

5:00pm - 5:15pm

An innovative LCI Database on WEEE management

Thomas Van Nieuwenhuyse1, Pierre-Marie Assimon1, Laure Morice2, Romain Lesage2, Charlotte Hugrel3, Magali Palluau3, Philippe Osset4

1Eco-systèmes, France; 2Récylum; 3Bleu Safran; 4Solinnen


5:15pm - 5:20pm
Poster

POSTER SPOTLIGHT - Is it useful to improve modeling of usage scenario to improve the environmental footprint of energy consumption product?

Charlotte Heslouin1,2,3, Lionel Pourcheresse1, André Stumpf1, Véronique Perrot Bernardet2, Alain Cornier2, Nicolas Perry3

1Carrier Transicold Industries, 810 Route de Paris, FR-76520 Franqueville Saint Pierre; 2Arts et Métiers Paristech - Institut de Chambéry, Savoie Technolac, BP 50295, F-73375 Le Bourget du Lac, Fr; 3Arts et Métiers ParisTech, I2M, UMR 5295, F-33400 Talence, Fr

Heslouin-POSTER SPOTLIGHT-250_POSTER.pdf

5:20pm - 5:25pm
Poster

POSTER SPOTLIGHT - Design accompanying Life Cycle Assessment for the development of new energy-efficient window concepts

Almut Schmidt1, Lingqi Su2, Mathias Fraaß2, Lothar Wondraczek3

1EurA AG, Germany; 2Beuth University of Applied Sciences, Germany; 3Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany

Schmidt-POSTER SPOTLIGHT-514_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Wooden Mounting Systems: How to Reduce Environmental Impacts of Building Integrated Photovoltaic Power Plants

Tobias Steinegger, René Itten, Matthias Stucki

Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Natural Resource Sciences, Switzerland

Steinegger-Wooden Mounting Systems-186_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Life Cycle Assessment in Early Stages of Technology Development. A Case for Rural Electrification

Ana Paulina Gual Rojas1, Kas Hemmes2, Valentina Prado1

1Leiden University, Netherlands, The; 2Delft University of Technology

Gual Rojas-Life Cycle Assessment in Early Stages of Technology Development A Case-195_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Managing choices of energyware by monetized impacts and resource values.

Bengt Steen

Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Steen-Managing choices of energyware by monetized impacts and resource values-205_POSTER.pdf

Poster

High Efficient 3rd Generation Multi-Junction Solar Cells Using Silicon Heterojunction and Perovskite Technology: Life Cycle Based Environmental Impacts

René Itten, Matthias Stucki

Zurich University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Natural Resource Sciences, Wädenswil, Switzerland

Itten-High Efficient 3rd Generation Multi-Junction Solar Cells Using Silicon Heterojunction and Perovskite_POSTER.pdf

Poster

VARIOUS ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT OF PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PLANT COMPONENTS

Izabela Piasecka1, Zbigniew Kłos2

1University of Science and Technology in Bydgoszcz, Poland; 2Poznan University of Technology, Poland

Piasecka-VARIOUS ASPECTS OF MANAGEMENT OF PHOTOVOLTAIC POWER PLANT COMPONENTS-218_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Evaluation of benefits and ecological expenditures in wind power plant life cycle

Józef Flizikowski, Andrzej Tomporowski, Robert Kasner, Weronika Kruszelnicka

University of Science and Technology in Bydgoszcz, Poland

Flizikowski-Evaluation of benefits and ecological expenditures-229_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Comparative assessment of the environmental impacts of innovative technical solutions intended to optimise the offshore wind farm lifecycle

R Camilla Thomson1, Maria del Mar Pintor Escobar2, Carlo Paulotto2, Gareth Harrison1

1University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom; 2Acciona Infraestructuras S. A., Spain

Thomson-Comparative assessment of the environmental impacts of innovative technical solutions intended-269_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Robust Model for Building Thermal Insulation Planning Based on Life Cycle Assessment

Menghua Sun, Alvin Wei Liang Ee, Harn Wei Kua, Tsan Sheng, Adam Ng, William Benjamin Haskell

National University of Singapore, Singapore

Sun-Robust Model for Building Thermal Insulation Planning Based-391_POSTER.pdf

Poster

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF BIOMASS-TO-ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES: GRATE BOILERS AND FLUIDIZED BED BOILERS

Tamiris Pacheco Costa, Paula Quinteiro, Luis Tarelho, Luís Arroja, Ana Cláudia Dias

University of Aveiro, Portugal

Costa-ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS OF BIOMASS-TO-ENERGY CONVERSION TECHNOLOGIES-400_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Life Cycle Assessment of flexible printed batteries for innovative power applications

Carme Hidalgo, Ariadna Claret, Marta Escamilla, Maria Rosa Riera

LEITAT, Spain

Hidalgo-Life Cycle Assessment of flexible printed batteries-405_POSTER.pdf

Poster

CONSEQUENTIAL LCA APPROACHES APPLIED TO SECOND GENERATION BIOMETHANE

Camille Jeandaux, Anne Prieur-Vernat

ENGIE, France

Jeandaux-CONSEQUENTIAL LCA APPROACHES APPLIED TO SECOND GENERATION BIOMETHANE-431_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Reducing industrial emissions: a technology-driven assessment model on the example of the Chinese cement sector

Katrin Mueller1, Florian Ansgar Jaeger1, Alexander Cremer2, Zhou Zheng3, Xu Hua3

1Siemens AG, Germany; 2Technical University of Berlin, Germany; 3Siemens Ltd, China

Mueller-Reducing industrial emissions-459_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Environmental impact and social influence of an European underground research infrastructure related to Advanced Adiabatic Compressed Air Energy Storage (AA-CAES): RICAS2020 PROJECT.

Ariadna Claret, Maria Rosa Riera, Gertri Ferrer, Marta Escamilla

LEITAT Technological Center

Claret-Environmental impact and social influence of an European underground research infrastructure_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Exploring future scenarios of ethanol demand in Brazil and their land-use implications

Milton Aurelio Uba de Andrade Junior, Anthony Halog

The University of Queensland

de Andrade Junior-Exploring future scenarios of ethanol demand in Brazil and their land-use implications-523_POSTER.pdf

Poster

life-cycle greenhouse gas emissions and cost of an emerging CO2-mineralisation technology

Wenjie Liao

Sichuan University, China, People's Republic of


Poster

Environmental assessment of bioenergy on the example of pilot projects using solid biomass

Silvia Scherhaufer1, Gudrun Obersteiner1, Yannis Fallas2, Pol Arranz-Piera3, Göran Gustavsson4, Uwe Kies5

1University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, BOKU Vienna, Austria; 2Cluster of Bioenergy and Environment of Western Macedonia, Kozani, Greece; 3Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain; 4Energikontor Sydost, Sweden; 5Wald-Zentrum / International Institute of Forestry and Wood Industries e.V., Münster, Germany

Scherhaufer-Environmental assessment of bioenergy on the example of pilot projects using solid biomass-575_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Wind Shields: Wind Farms Reduce Growth Stress for Vegetation in Steppe Areas

Pia Wiche

Ecoe, Chile

Wiche-Wind Shields-580_POSTER.pdf

Poster

Carbon capture and storage (CCS) in a life cycle perspective based on a new damage-based LCA weighting method

FREDRIK MOLTU JOHNSEN1, SØREN LØKKE2

1stfoldforskning AS, Norway; 2The Danish Centre for Environmental Assessment, Aalborg University, Denmark


Poster

Environmental impacts of electricity self-consumption in residential buildings: Case study of organic photovoltaic battery systems in Denmark

Marios D. Chatzisideris1, Alexis Laurent2, Michael Z. Hauschild2, Frederik C. Krebs1

1Department of Energy Conversion and Storage, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2Department of Management Engineering, DTU Technical University of Denmark, Denmark



 
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