Wide dissemination of SCARABEUS across the Italian media

Even if still in its initial phase, the impact of SCARABEUS on the Italian mass media is already noteworthy. A number of digital newspapers are already calling the attention of their readers to the unique features of the SCARABEUS technology, both environmentally and economically.

More information can be found on the corresponding websites. Follow the links below!

  • Un progetto per abbattere i costi del solare termodinamico, QualEnergia (link)
  • Energia, il solare termodinamico punta ad abbattere i costi, Alto Adige (link), Giornale Trentino (link), Giornale di Sicilia (link)
  • Energia da solare termodinamico a 96 €/MWh: l’obiettivo del Progetto SCARABEUS, Expoclima (link)
  • Con termodinamico costi elettricità giù del 30-40%, MomentoItalia (link), ADN Kronos (link)
  • Ridurre del 32% i costi di installazione delle centrali Solari termodinamiche: il progetto H2020 SCARABEUS, Casa & Clima (link)
  • Energia, un ciclo innovativo per abbattere costi del termodinamico, Yahoo (link), ASK News (link)
  • -30% con le miscele di CO2, Italia in prima fila, Agenzia Ansa (link)
  • Solare termodinamico economico, un obiettivo a portata di mano, NUTesla (link)


1st Progress Meeting held at University of Brescia, Italy

The 1st Progress Meeting of the SCARABEUS project was held on the 16th and 17th of October at the University of Brescia, Italy. In a wonderful academic environment, it was confirmed that SCARABEUS has started and warmed up successfully, and it is currently running at a very good pace.

All the milestones and deliverables have been achieved/delivered timely, according to the Gantt. Congratulations to all the partners and, specifically, to Giampaolo Manzolini for his exceptional coordination effort. Seville will host the next meeting in spring 2020.


Consortium members. From left: Martin White (City University), Xun Liao (Quantis), Xavier Guerif (Kelvion), David Sánchez (University of Seville), Andreas Werner (TU Wien), Abubakr Ayub (University of Brescia), Viktoria Illyes (TU Wien), Giampaolo Manzolini (Politecnico di Milano), Martina Fantini (LEAP), Paolo Iora (University of Brescia), Daniele di Bona (LEAP), Costante Invernizzi (University of Brecia), Marco Binotti (Politecnico di Milano), Dario Rizzi (Exergy), Gioele di Marcoberardino (University of Brescia), Modestino Savoia (University of Brescia), Adbulnaser Sayma (City University)


Giampaolo Manzolini (Project coordinator) and David Sánchez (WP5 leader) scheduling upcoming activities in Work Package 5.

Proceedings of the 3rd European sCO2 conference held in Paris already available

The presentations delivered at the 3rd European sCO2 conference in Paris last month (September) are now available at the conference website (link). Please follow this link to retrieve the presentation of the SCARABEUS project or else visit the repository at the conference website and find your way to presentation id. 141. The presentation can also be downloaded from the SCARABEUS website (link).

September 2019, Message from the Guest Editors of the Special Issue on Recent Advancement of Thermal Fluid Engineering in the Supercritical CO2 Power Cycle, Applied Sciences (MDPI)

SCARABEUS presented at the H2020 InfoDay for Societal Challenge 3–Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy organized at University of Seville, Spain