Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) Engines produce fuel-free, emission-free electricity from low grade waste heat.
What is it?
With an ORC, waste heat is recovered and converted to mechanical energy by using an organic working fluid that has a boiling point less than that of water. This mechanical energy is then used to produce electricity.
This technology recovers heat from CHP units, flare gas, large compressor stations, sawmills, manufacturing, industrial facilities, data centres and more.
- Economically viable to capture waste heat on a smaller scale
- Small physical footprint with modular design for easy installation
- Low maintenance – no gear boxes or oil changes
- Fully automated controls
- Robust twin screw expander
- Reduced need to rely on the high cost of power in remote locations
- CE certified
- Natural gas compression stations
- Stationary engines
- Renewable biofuels
- Geothermal/co-produced fluids
- Flare elimination
- Combined heat & power
- Landfills & wastewater treatment
- Diesel waste