Triogen

  • Develops Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) generators for recovering waste heat from gas and diesel engine exhaust as well as decentralized biomass power plants
  • Targets applications with waste heat at 350°C or higher, achieving high electric efficiencies of up to 20%
  • Modular design produces 170 kW ...

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