The DESTINY project aims to realize a functional, green and energy saving, scalable and replicable solution, employing microwave energy for continuous material processing in energy intensive industries. The target is to develop and demonstrate a new concept of firing for granular feedstock to realize material transformation using full microwave heating as alternative energy source and complement to the existing conventional production. The DESTINY system is conceived as cellular kilns in a mobile modular plant with significant advantages in terms of resource and energy efficiency, flexibility, replicability, scalability and a reduced environmental footprint.

15 Partners
8 Countries
2 Demo sites
19% Progress

Latest News

New Technical Paper released by NTUA


DESTINY is proud to present another technical paper generated in the frame of the project activity!



DESTINY 6th General Assembly


The DESTINY consortium virtually gathered for the 6th General Assembly of the project, virtually hosted by [...]


Ecomondo 2021: great success for the DESTINY project!


DESTINY participated in Ecomondo: the leading Euro-Mediterranean area green and circular economy expo [...]


Upcoming Events

15 Feb 2022

European Microwave Conference 2021

London, UK

The conference is being held from 15 – 17 February 2022 in London, UK, and represents the main event in the European Microwave Week. A broad range of high frequency related topics, from materials and technologies to integrated circuits, systems and applications will be addressed in all their aspects: theory, simulation, design, [...]

02 Mar 2022

European Energy Efficiency Conference 2022


The European Energy Efficiency Conference presents the far-reaching transformation of policies, technologies and markets and how to raise the pace of change. The conference is held in the context of the World Sustainable Energy Days (WSED), a leading annual conference on the energy transition and climate neutrality, with more than 650 participants from over 60 [...]

16 Mar 2022

German Microwave Conference 2022


The 14th German Microwave Conference 2022 will take place from 16th to 18th May 2022, and it will be hosted by the University of Ulm in cooperation with IMA e.V. and VDE/ITG.

GeMiC 2022 will provide a unique platform of exchange with experts and to meet colleagues from industry, research institutes, and universities.

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