Welcome to Againity!

We convert low-grade heat into electricity. The heat source can be waste heat, municipal waste, or biomass in a power plant, to name a few. Our systems are based on the Organic Rankine Cycle and can utilize heat down to 90 degrees and generate power from 20 kW and up. Take the first step towards becoming your own power producer – get in touch with us today!


2017-04-05: Electricity from biogas? Yes! With Againity’s containerized system, the waste water treatment plant in Norrköping now produces 50 kW electricity and hot water for internal use with a gas boiler, accumulator tank and ORC turbine.

2017-04-04: When the business and tech magazines ”Affärsvärlden” and ”NyTeknik” selects Sweden’s 33 hottest tech companies Againity  is on the list for the second year!

2017-03-31: Againity has now delivered another ORC system, this time to a heating plant in Ronneby. Part of the hot water from the wood chip boiler is turned into 45 kW of electricity which is used internally on the heating plant. Locally produced, weather independent, fossile free and cost-effective!

2016-12-05: Againity are honoured to receive the award ”Green Seed of the Year” from the organization Norrköpings miljönätverk for having ”shown great commitment and developed a great innovation within the area of sustainability and environmental solutions”.

2016-11-30: The wastewater treatment plant in Norrköping has ordered a 50 kW ORC system. The ORC will be installed together with a biogas boiler and turn the biogas into electricity as well as heating for the plant’s digester.

2016-09-12 Today a new sales contract was signed as Ronneby Miljöteknik Energi AB ordered a 45 kW ORC system for electricity production at their biomass heating plant in Bräkne-Hoby. The project is part of the EU programme Life+.

2016-04-28 This year’s Super Startup Summit appointed Againity one of the nine finalists.

2016-04-12 Tonight Againity is celebrated as one of Sweden’s 33 hottest tech start-ups during the “33-listan” ceremony in Munich Brewery in Stockholm.

2016-03-09 The Kenyan municipality Eldoret is first in the world to transform their waste dumpsite into electricity and hot water with Againitys waste management plant. Kenya’s Ambassador to Sweden and Uasin Gishu’s Deputy Governor are interviewed on national television: https://youtu.be/73nbdZgLto8.

2016-02-15 Againity has been appointed one of the best Nordic Cleantech start-ups and qualified to top 25 in the competition Nordic Cleantech Open.

2016-01-12 Installation of Againity’s 20 kW ORC system has started in a factory in Karlstad where waste heat can now be utilized for the factory’s own electricity and hot water consumption.