ENOUGH Brochure

 

ENOUGH Poster

 

D1.1 – A model for calculating emissions from food, WP1

A framework and a model, which was developed to be used for calculating emissions from food supply chain, from the post-harvest to end users.

 

D11.1 – Mid-term practice abstract, WP11

A structure for the model which links products and typical configurations found in each sector of the food chain was created. Methods to carry out the assessment were created and methodologies to assess the financial paybacks and time to application for each technology were developed. A structure for data collation and analysis was provided and can be used by all partners involved in the WP. The work assesses each individual technical option (and non-technical options if these are quantifiable) individually.

 

D2.1 – Road map structure document, WP2

Each of the following technology roadmaps assesses state-of-the-art and future technologies/operational practices and predict the GHG emissions savings achievable when applying these technologies across products and sectors of the food chain. Food retail roadmap: a technological roadmap for food retail.

 

D2.2 – Food retail roadmap, WP2

The report presents data and models added to the tool for the added technologies, such as renewable energy resources, heating processes, packaging materials and best future technologies selected in WP2.

 

D2.3 – Food catering road map, WP2

 

D2.4 – Cold storage road map, WP2

 

D2.5 – Food transport road map, WP2

 

D3.1 – Finance and business models, WP3

 

D4.1 – Food supply assessment tool including renewable energy sources, WP4

The policy brief summarizes the state-of-the-art of food standards and labelling.

 

D7.1 – Policy brief standards and labelling, WP7

The short summary describes the main information/recommendation/practice that can serve the end-users in their daily practice, based on the activities and results of the project.

 

D7.2 – Mid-term policy brief, WP7

 

D7.3 – Report on policy gaps, WP7

 

D7.4 – Report on policy interventions, WP7

 

D7.5 – Mid-term presentation of the main policy conclusions in workshop, WP7

 

Newsletter 1 – 31/03/2022

Newsletter 2 – 29/09/2022

Newsletter 3 – 29/03/2023

Newsletter 4 – 25/09/2023

Newsletter 5 – 30/03/2024

e-Newsletter

1st ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 31/03/2022

2nd ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 30/09/2022

3rd ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 21/12/2022

4th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 19/04/2023

5th ENOUGH e-Newsletter– 12/07/2023

6th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 02/10/2023

7th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 25/12/2023

8th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 26/04/2024

Technical Magazines

01/2022 – Kuldebransjens bidrag til fremtidens miljø- og klimanøytrale matprocessering – Article on ENOUGH in the Norwegian scientific magazine Kulde og Varmepumper.

02/2022 – Workshop for klimanøytralt meieri – Article on ENOUGH in the Norwegian scientific magazine Kulde og Varmepumper.

04/2022 – ENOUGH: un progetto europeo per la neutralità carbonica della catena alimentare – Zero Sotto Zero

Conference Papers

04/2022 – Current Status and Future Outlook of Refrigeration Systems Employed in Norwegian Vegetable Storages – ICCC2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.iccc2022.1113

06/2022 – Experimental evaluation of the performance of an ejector for a single compression multi-temperature CO2 refrigeration unit – GL2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.gl2022.0098

06/2022 – Performance evaluation of high‐temperature heat pump systems for hot water and steam generation in food processing– ICCC2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.gl2022.0263

06/2022 – Integrated CO2 refrigeration and heat pump systems for dairies – ICCC2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.gl2022.0053

08/2023Sustainability within food cold chain sectors in NorwayICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0539  

08/2023Reducing cold chain GHG emissions in Norwegian fish and meat industry sectorsICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0470 

08/2023Integrated CO2 refrigeration and heat pump system for a dairy plant: Energy analysis and potential for cold thermal energy storageICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0435 

08/2023Building blocks for a digital twin of large cool store complexesICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0952 

08/2023Modelling energy consumption in supermarkets to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions using EnergyPlusICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0360 

08/2023Operating strategies of an industrial R717 heat pump recovering waste heat of a chillerICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0696 

08/2023Numerical investigation of an ammonia-water absorption-compression high-temperature heat pump in steam production in food processingICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0264  

08/2023Dynamic numerical modelling of a single stage dual temperature R744 ejector-supported refrigeration unit for last mile deliveryICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0810 

08/2023Mapping Greenhouse Gas emissions from the food supply chain in FranceICR2023 Conference Paper10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0525 

08/2023A novel approach to integrated cold energy storage in a vapour compression cycle – ICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0467 

08/2023A tool to evaluate and optimize GHG emissions in food supply  – ICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0730 

04/2023Performance modelling of an ammonia-water absorption-compression heat pump for steam generation in food processing Ohrid 2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.nh3-CO2.2023.0022 

05/2023Comparison of the environmental impact of HFC and natural refrigerant transport refrigeration units from a life-cycle perspective  Ohrid 2023 Conference Paper  10.18462/iir.nh3-co2.2023.0033 

Book/Report/Chapter

03/2023 – Sustainable Food Chains to Achieve SDG-12 in Europe: Perspectives from Multi-stakeholders Initiatives – Part of the Implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals – Regional Perspectives book series – https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-030-91261-1_90-1

ENOUGH Deliverables
ENOUGH Brochure

 

ENOUGH Poster

 

D1.1 – A model for calculating emissions from food, WP1

A framework and a model, which was developed to be used for calculating emissions from food supply chain, from the post-harvest to end users.

 

D11.1 – Mid-term practice abstract, WP11

A structure for the model which links products and typical configurations found in each sector of the food chain was created. Methods to carry out the assessment were created and methodologies to assess the financial paybacks and time to application for each technology were developed. A structure for data collation and analysis was provided and can be used by all partners involved in the WP. The work assesses each individual technical option (and non-technical options if these are quantifiable) individually.

 

D2.1 – Road map structure document, WP2

Each of the following technology roadmaps assesses state-of-the-art and future technologies/operational practices and predict the GHG emissions savings achievable when applying these technologies across products and sectors of the food chain. Food retail roadmap: a technological roadmap for food retail.

 

D2.2 – Food retail roadmap, WP2

The report presents data and models added to the tool for the added technologies, such as renewable energy resources, heating processes, packaging materials and best future technologies selected in WP2.

 

D2.3 – Food catering road map, WP2

 

D2.4 – Cold storage road map, WP2

 

D2.5 – Food transport road map, WP2

 

D3.1 – Finance and business models, WP3

 

D4.1 – Food supply assessment tool including renewable energy sources, WP4

The policy brief summarizes the state-of-the-art of food standards and labelling.

 

D7.1 – Policy brief standards and labelling, WP7

The short summary describes the main information/recommendation/practice that can serve the end-users in their daily practice, based on the activities and results of the project.

 

D7.2 – Mid-term policy brief, WP7

 

D7.3 – Report on policy gaps, WP7

 

D7.4 – Report on policy interventions, WP7

 

D7.5 – Mid-term presentation of the main policy conclusions in workshop, WP7

 

Newsletters

Newsletter 1 – 31/03/2022

Newsletter 2 – 29/09/2022

Newsletter 3 – 29/03/2023

Newsletter 4 – 25/09/2023

Newsletter 5 – 30/03/2024

e-Newsletter

1st ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 31/03/2022

2nd ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 30/09/2022

3rd ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 21/12/2022

4th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 19/04/2023

5th ENOUGH e-Newsletter– 12/07/2023

6th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 02/10/2023

7th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 25/12/2023

8th ENOUGH e-Newsletter – 26/04/2024

Factsheets & Practice Abstracts
Workshops & Webinars
Articles
Technical Magazines

01/2022 – Kuldebransjens bidrag til fremtidens miljø- og klimanøytrale matprocessering – Article on ENOUGH in the Norwegian scientific magazine Kulde og Varmepumper.

02/2022 – Workshop for klimanøytralt meieri – Article on ENOUGH in the Norwegian scientific magazine Kulde og Varmepumper.

04/2022 – ENOUGH: un progetto europeo per la neutralità carbonica della catena alimentare – Zero Sotto Zero

Conference Papers

04/2022 – Current Status and Future Outlook of Refrigeration Systems Employed in Norwegian Vegetable Storages – ICCC2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.iccc2022.1113

06/2022 – Experimental evaluation of the performance of an ejector for a single compression multi-temperature CO2 refrigeration unit – GL2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.gl2022.0098

06/2022 – Performance evaluation of high‐temperature heat pump systems for hot water and steam generation in food processing– ICCC2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.gl2022.0263

06/2022 – Integrated CO2 refrigeration and heat pump systems for dairies – ICCC2022 Conference Paper –10.18462/iir.gl2022.0053

08/2023Sustainability within food cold chain sectors in NorwayICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0539  

08/2023Reducing cold chain GHG emissions in Norwegian fish and meat industry sectorsICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0470 

08/2023Integrated CO2 refrigeration and heat pump system for a dairy plant: Energy analysis and potential for cold thermal energy storageICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0435 

08/2023Building blocks for a digital twin of large cool store complexesICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0952 

08/2023Modelling energy consumption in supermarkets to reduce energy use and greenhouse gas emissions using EnergyPlusICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0360 

08/2023Operating strategies of an industrial R717 heat pump recovering waste heat of a chillerICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0696 

08/2023Numerical investigation of an ammonia-water absorption-compression high-temperature heat pump in steam production in food processingICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0264  

08/2023Dynamic numerical modelling of a single stage dual temperature R744 ejector-supported refrigeration unit for last mile deliveryICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0810 

08/2023Mapping Greenhouse Gas emissions from the food supply chain in FranceICR2023 Conference Paper10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0525 

08/2023A novel approach to integrated cold energy storage in a vapour compression cycle – ICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0467 

08/2023A tool to evaluate and optimize GHG emissions in food supply  – ICR2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.icr.2023.0730 

04/2023Performance modelling of an ammonia-water absorption-compression heat pump for steam generation in food processing Ohrid 2023 Conference Paper 10.18462/iir.nh3-CO2.2023.0022 

05/2023Comparison of the environmental impact of HFC and natural refrigerant transport refrigeration units from a life-cycle perspective  Ohrid 2023 Conference Paper  10.18462/iir.nh3-co2.2023.0033 

Book/Report/Chapter

03/2023 – Sustainable Food Chains to Achieve SDG-12 in Europe: Perspectives from Multi-stakeholders Initiatives – Part of the Implementing the UN Sustainable Development Goals – Regional Perspectives book series – https://link.springer.com/referenceworkentry/10.1007/978-3-030-91261-1_90-1