Energy: Clean Power Technologies
Clean Power Technologies
Cost effective small scale power plants
Current energy and environmental awareness to protect the earth’s resources and to obtain the environmental requirements is a big challenge. Clean Power Technologies has due to this developed a technology for producing electricity from heat based on known technology but with new applications.
CPT offers, designs and erects cost effective small scale power plants based on ORC technology.
Through our technology we will receive a new source of cost efficient electricity. Customers can be power and heat plants or industries that produce their own energy.
Membership in the Cleantech Inn will give us better opportunities to develop our business concept and increase our network to quicker reach our goals.
Björn Lüning, CEO
Thermodynamics shows that although energy cannot be spent, the quality of energy dissipates and ultimately becomes low-quality heat energy. However, there are ways to convert low-quality heat energy to high-energy forms such as electricity. One method is Cleanpower’s innovative Organic Rankine Cycle; the company is now launching a new method to make an effective and efficient quality increase of energy. The solution can raise the efficiency of existing power plants and increase energy efficiency in many process industries where waste heat energy content would otherwise be lost.
Cleantech Inn Sweden, 18 February 2011
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