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Stirling Engine modules to generate clean electricity from waste heat locally.
Cool Energy’s novel air engine uses captured waste heat at between 150 and 400° C to produce clean electricity on-site.
In remote locations, electricity is commonly generated with diesel-fueled generators. Recovering the heat from the exhaust manifold with a Stirling engine - extremely efficient compared to internal combustion engines - can produce extra electricity, thereby reducing fuel consumption. The solution has other applications such as solar thermal and biomass generation, and can allow for significantly reduced fuel consumption.
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Fundraising to build additional licensing partnerships for heat recovery and power generation, and growing their network in the European and Asian market.
Horizon 2020 is the biggest EU research and innovation programme ever, with almost €77 billion of funding available over seven years (2014 to 2020) – in addition to the private and national public investment that this money will attract.
Categories of application
Combustion, Gasification, Pyrolysis, Other emerging technologies, Power conservation, Heat pumps and exchangers, Water transport innovation, Cargo ships,
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