Powering the future of ceramic heating

Electrified heating systems for high temperature processes from the ceramic industries.

The European ceramic industry emits 19 million tons of CO₂ annually, accounting for about 1% of total industrial emissions regulated by the EU Emissions Trading System.

The thermal process electrification for sectors working with high temperatures has the potential to decrease greenhouse gas emissions significantly.

This is crucial for the EU to achieve its 2050 target of climate neutrality, as energy-intensive industries are responsible for a large portion of greenhouse gas emissions.

eLITHE aims at developing highly efficient and safe electric high temperature heating processes that replace fossil-based heating systems in the industrial ceramic sector.