CETY wins order for Clean Cycle ORC generator

5 December 2017 (Last Updated December 5th, 2017 11:09)

US-based Clean Energy Technologies (CETY) subsidiary Heat Recovery Solutions (HRS) has received a new order for a clean cycle organic rankine cycle (ORC) generator.

US-based Clean Energy Technologies (CETY) subsidiary Heat Recovery Solutions (HRS) has received a new order for a clean cycle organic rankine cycle (ORC) generator.

The ORC generator converts waste heat from fuel-fired boilers to base-load power with no additional fuel requirements. Generated power may be used on-site or divested to the grid, creating additional returns for the user.

The new order will add to the growing number of more than 100 units already installed worldwide.

“The ORC generator converts waste heat from fuel-fired boilers to base-load power with no additional fuel requirements.”

CETY CEO Kam Mahdi said: “There is a large global market for excess wasted heat to power in fuel-fired reciprocating engines, boilers, biomass operations, combined heat and power (CHP), landfills, waste to energy plants, and several other applications where large amounts of heat are lost.

“We offer a proven, proprietary technology to recover a significant portion of this lost energy as our products increase efficiency, reduce costs, increase revenues, and lower the carbon footprint of existing production facilities and processes.”

This year, the company has successfully initiated sales in the US, Europe, and the Pacific Rim.

Clean Cycle systems are planned to be installed at the 1542 high-rise building on Broadway in New York and at Aries Clean Energy in Nashville.