Industrial Waste Heat
Process Heat Recovery
Industrial processes generate loads of heat. Over half of this energy, known as waste heat, is often vented to the atmosphere or dumped into our bodies of water. On top of that, it is estimated that over 90% of industrial waste heat in the United States is at too low of temperature to economically generate power with traditional heat recovery systems.
With ElectraTherm, industrial waste heat sources as low as 70°C can be used to generate up to 125 kW of emission-free electricity using our next generation waste heat recovery technology.
Many industries operate 24/7, which maximises the amount of power produced and further improves your return on investment. Operators looking to take advantage of their excess heat benefit from increased plant efficiency, reduced energy and fuel costs, and reduced emissions.
Opportunities for taking advantage of industrial waste heat are everywhere. For facilities that generate their own power or use air compressors, boilers, furnaces, kilns, or other heat generating processes – ElectaTherm’s low temperature waste heat recovery may be an excellent fit.
Take the steel industry for instance. If the global waste heat from steel production were to be converted to clean electricity, over 500 TWh of emission-free power would be produced. The environmental impact – let alone the economic impact – is enormous.
Other typical sectors for industrial waste heat recovery are the metal, paper, glass, ceramic, and chemical industries. If there is access to sufficient hot water then ORC power generation could be within your reach. Click here to see a few of the benefits waste heat to power can offer your business.