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  • ICT-Architecture applied on pilot building 

    Krogstie, John; Petersen, Sobah Abbas; Oksavik, Odne Andreas; Skeie, Kristian (ZEN Memo;55, Research report, 2024)
    This memo follows up earlier theoretical reports on a possible ICT architecture for a collection of zero emission neighbourhoods described in ZEN Report 34 – 2021 (ZEN Data Management and Monitoring – Requirements and ...
  • BREEAM Communities and ZEN Definition at a glance. A qualitative comparison and what we can learn 

    Vergerio, Giulia; Collins, Dave (ZEN Memo;56, Research report, 2024)
    Learning across BREEAM Communities and ZEN definition A significant effort in ZEN has been put into defining what to measure to define a neighbourhood as ‘zero emission’ through the identification of assessment criteria ...
  • Sustainability within food cold chain sectors in Norway 

    Widell, Kristina Marianne Norne; Vingelsgård, Erling; Dalsvåg, Hanne; Mehta, Shraddha; Nordtvedt, Tom Ståle (Chapter, 2023)
    Food processing, storage, and distribution demand a considerable amount of energy and raw materials. Processes that are especially energy demanding includes cooling, freezing, drying and heating, but they are also necessary ...
  • Study on retaining natural refrigerant in seafood processing industries in India 

    Arun, B.S.; Kumar, Sumit; Murali, S.; Ninan, George; Samuel, Manoj P.; Widell, Kristina Marianne Norne; Singh, Simarpreet; Elarga, Hagar Hassan Hassanein Hassan; Hafner, Armin (Chapter, 2023)
    In the seafood processing sector in India, natural refrigerant such as NH3 is currently replaced by Freon refrigerants such as HFC-404A, because these systems are comparably more compact, operate above atmospheric pressure ...
  • Sustainable production of fish protein hydrolysates: overall system architecture and footprint 

    Sherman, Prem Kumar; Tolstorebrov, Ignat; Widell, Kristina Marianne Norne; Hafner, Armin (Chapter, 2023)
    In this research work, the most efficient and energy-saving techniques for fish protein hydrolysates production were investigated from cradle-to-gate, in terms of overall cooling, heating, and energy demands. Advanced ...

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