Opportunities for Solar for Industrial Process Heat in the United States

Figure data for report on opportunities for solar technologies to provide industrial process heat in the United States (NREL/TP-6A20-77760).
2 Data Resources
Name Size Type Resource Description History
Figure_17 51.84 KB Document Average frequency (in percentage of the year) that solar heat fully meets demand some stuff
Figure_19a 3.42 KB Data Heat maps of the two PTC cases showing the solar fraction for hour of the day and the month of year for Polk County, Iowa
Figure_19b 4.31 KB Data Heat maps of the two PTC cases showing the solar fraction for hour of the day and the month of year for Polk County, Iowa
Figure_20 1.75 KB Data Annual solar heat potential (TBtu) for high-heat-demand subsectors
Figure_21 2.02 KB Data Total fuels displaced for each solar technology package (in TBtu/year)
Figure_22a 2.64 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by solar thermal technologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_22b 2.58 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by solar thermal technologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_22c 2.56 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by solar thermal technologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_22d 2.55 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by solar thermal technologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_23a 2.67 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by electrotechnologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_23b 2.63 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by electrotechnologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_23c 2.69 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by electrotechnologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_23d 2.62 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by electrotechnologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_23e 2.61 KB Data Monthly fuel displaced by electrotechnologies (in TBtu/month)
Figure_24 274.57 KB Data County-level maps showing land use as a percentage of the available land for the solar thermal technologies, summer sizing
Figure_25 311.69 KB Data County-level maps showing land use as a percentage of available land for electrotechnologies, summer sizing
Figure_26 716 bytes Data Land use as a percentage of available land, average values and total load in megawatts
Figure_27 5.47 KB Data Heat map of the difference between the minimum required process temperature in Bee County in Texas (36°C) and the temperature of hot water supplied by an FPC system
Figure_C3 1.46 KB Data Process heat demands for each solar technology package by industrial subsector
Figure_ES1 /Figure_18 498 bytes Data Comparison of SIPH technologies sized to summer peak IPH demand
Figure_F1 376 bytes Data Total annual solar heat potential (TBtu)
Opportunities summary 199.06 KB Data County-level summary of process heat demands, solar resources (DNI and GHI) and percentage of year process heat demands are met by each solar technology. Corresponds to Figure 14 and Figure 15.
Author Information
Colin McMillan, Strategic Energy Analysis Center, ORCID iD: 0000-0001-5346-478X
Carrie Schoeneberger, Northwestern University
Jingyi Zhang, Northwestern University
Parthiv Kurup, Strategic Energy Analysis Center
Eric Masanet, University of California Santa Barbara
Robert Margolis, Strategic Energy Analysis Center
Steven Meyers, Independent Contractor
Michael Bannister, Strategic Energy Analysis Center
Evan Rosenlieb, Strategic Energy Analysis Center
Wang Xi, Strategic Energy Analysis Center
Cite This Dataset
McMillan, Colin; Schoeneberger, Carrie; Zhang, Jingyi; Kurup, Parthiv; Masanet, Eric; Margolis, Robert; Meyers, Steven ; Bannister, Michael; Rosenlieb, Evan; Xi, Wang (2020): Opportunities for Solar for Industrial Process Heat in the United States. National Renewable Energy Laboratory. https://data.nrel.gov/submissions/154
About This Dataset
154
10.7799/1745036
NREL/TP-6A20-77760
Public
01/07/2021
DOE Project
Solar For Industrial Process Heat
Facilities
Energy Systems Integration Facility (ESIF)
High Performance Computing Center (HPC)
Funding Organization
Department of Energy (DOE)
Sponsoring Organization
USDOE Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), Solar Energy Technologies Office (EE-4S)
Research Areas
Energy Analysis
Solar Power
License
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Digital Object Identifier
10.7799/1745036