Heliex Power

The company was started by Dan Wright in 2009 as a spinoff from City, University of London and focuses on converting wet steam from industrial processes into electricity. To date, the company has raised about $14 million in funding and has an estimated revenue of $57 million; the latest funding roun...

This item has been archived in line with our efforts to keep our content relevant and up to date for our readership. For further assistance, please contact your Customer Success Manager or email ClientEngagementTeam@luxresearchinc.com. Thank you!

Related Research


Company Profile | December 16, 2021

247Solar develops modular (400 kW) CSP and high‑temperature (up to 1,000 °C) thermal energy storage (TES) systems, with a tailored hot‑air turbine for power generation The solar collector can heat ambient‑pressure air to 970 °C; thermal storage is around 10 hours of capacity at maximum load and... Not part of subscription


Company Profile | February 25, 2022

Developed a high‑temperature heat pump with 165 °C output; targets heating applications broadly from 60 °C, though ideal input temperature is 80 °C and above; maximum temperature increase is 70 °C per lift; can use multiple units in parallel Claimed a coefficient of performance (COP) above 3 ... Not part of subscription

Blue Heart Energy

Company Profile | March 17, 2022

Developed a thermoacoustic heat pump technology using only helium as the working medium (no phase change or refrigerants required); compresses the helium to drive temperature lift using a system of a cylinder, piston, and flexible membranes (acting much like a speaker) Input temperatures range ... Not part of subscription