Waste Heat Recovery

Acquired from GE, the Clean Cycle TM ORC Technology

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Waste heat recovery made possible by patented Clean Cycle TM Organic Rankine Cycle Technology (ORC) acquired from GE. Transform waste heat to power from industrial processes, biogas plants, biomass plants, combined cycles with reciprocating engines, and gas turbines.

Waste Heat Recovery Applications

waste heat recovery gas engines

Gas Engines

The Clean Cycle can add valuable additional electrical output from the waste heat of biogas engines, which often qualify for lucrative feed-in-tariffs. The Clean Cycle has demonstrated success on landfill gas engines, biogas engines, wastewater treatment plants.

waste heat recovery biomass boilers

Biomass Boilers

Boilers and other combustion systems using forms of biomass have been used for many years to dispose of waste or industrial by-products, such as farm and sawmill clippings, refuse, and even forms of biogas. The combustion process can be used to heat water that can be delivered to the Clean Cycle unit to turn the waste into valuable electricity.

waste heat recovery industry

Industrial Process Heat

Any industrial facility where heat is involved, whether it’s a cement manufacturing facility, flare, engine, flue, etc.

waste heat recovery liquid fuel engines

Liquid Fuel Engines

Clean Cycle generators can pair with single or multiple engines to substantially increase the overall fuel efficiency of generator installation. On a typical high speed diesel Engine, one Clean Cycle generator will offset 150,000 liters of fuel per year. Regardless of the fuel type – including diesel, fuel oils, LNG, etc. – the engine produces heat that the Clean Cycle can convert into electricity.

waste heat recovery compression engines

Compression Stations

Compression stations used throughout the world transmit gas and oil from one destination to another and produce heat in the process. Both turbine compressors and engine compressors are suitable heat to power candidates and the electricity produced can be used directly on-site.

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