LEAP fa parte dei Cluster Tecnologici
Piacenza, May 31st, 2016
LEAP Consortium joins Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster (LE2C), the industrial cluster of Power Generation, transmission, distribution, energy efficiency and sustainable building.
Lombardy Energy Cleantech Cluster operates as an organized network which facilitates communication along the entire supply chain in order to build fruitful collaborations among its members and promote research projects on the topics that are the core of LEAP mission and expertise.
LEAP referents for LE2C: engineers Martina Fantini (
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Cogeneration today. Possibilities and future development
LEAP Consortium takes part in the meeting focused on cogeneration that will take place at Tuscia University, in Viterbo. The event is organized by Association of Engineer of Viterbo, with the support of AIDIC (Italian Association of Chemical Engineers).
The meeting has the aim to make the point about today situation of cogeneration and trigeneration, facing regulatory, management and practical aspects.
Eng. Albertazzi from LEAP will take a presentation about regulatory aspects of cogeneration, in the Italian energetic context.
Program of the event
“Riqualificazione energetica del patrimonio edilizio” (Energy requalification of building heritage) – LEAP takes part in the meeting
After the meeting on bioenergies, LEAP keeps contributing to the definition of the new Energy Plan of Emilia Romagna Region. This time the conference theme will be the energy requalification of building heritage. The meeting will take place on March 21st, 2016, at 09:15 a.m. in Bologna, “Sala 20 maggio, della Terza torre della Regione”, viale della Fiera 8.
Different topics will be discussed during the meeting, such as regulatory aspects, available technologies for energy requalification and reports of experiences in this sector.
Eng. Emanuele Martelli from Consortium L.E.A.P. will take a speech on “Sistemi energetici efficienti per distretti urbani intelligenti” (efficient energy systems for intelligent urban districts). He will present results from LEAP research activities on optimization algorithms and artificial intelligence techniques, and of their applications on management and control of tri/cogeneration grids, serving complex urban districts, both conventional and integrated with renewable energy sources.