Flowery Branch, GA – ElectraTherm, an industry-leader in low temperature waste heat recovery solutions utilizing Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology, is pleased to announce that the maximum output capacity has expanded to 150 kW of clean electricity per unit. Thanks to ongoing development and testing, the ElectraTherm team is proud to provide the market with a low-temperature ORC solution capable of generating up to 150 kWe (gross) while maintaining the dependability ElectraTherm’s solutions are known for.
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ElectraTherm by BITZER Group provides world-class low temperature waste heat recovery solutions by using an Organic Rankine Cycle along with proprietary technologies to convert low-temperature heat into clean power. ElectraTherm’s simple and effective solutions generate clean electricity, boost efficiency, reduce energy costs, and decrease emissions – with no additional fuel consumption. Having shipped over 100 ORC units to over 13 countries clocking over 2,000,000 hours of operation, ElectraTherm is a global leader in small-scale waste heat recovery.
The combined advantage of ElectraTherm’s engineering along with the value of being supported by BITZER, the world’s largest independent manufacturer of refrigeration compressors which boasts close to 3,500 global employees and average annual sales approaching $1 billion, allows the ElectraTherm team to continue developing industry-leading ORC technology that is good for business and the planet.
ElectraTherm’s Power+ Generator is a heat to power generator, converting waste heat into clean electricity and usable thermal. The Active Cooler is a net-zero cooling to power generator, using the same ORC process to provide self-powered cooling while generating electricity. Both of ElectraTherm’s low temperature heat recovery solutions reduce emissions and energy costs while providing a baseload power, heat, or cooling supply. Taking advantage of waste heat is not only profitable, but practical. Allowing companies to benefit from a more circular economy while achieving sustainability goals.