Solor Bioenergy has now installed their first ORC turbine and thereby upgraded the wood chip fired heating plant in Hörby to a CHP. Adding new green electricity to our European energy system! In order to produce electricity, you have traditionally needed to turn the water into steam to
During spring 2019, the VänerEnergi will install an ORC turbine to the hot water boiler at Töreboda heating plant. The technology is based on the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC), which allows low-temperature heat flows, in this case 105-degree hot water, to be used to extract electricity. ”One of
Since the spring of 2017, over 700 people have visited the ORC system which Againity has delivered to the district heating plant of Bräkne-Hoby. Do you also want to come and have a closer look at an ORC system? Look out for the next demonstration day at Energikontor Sydost’s website
Againity has developed a technique for converting low heat to electricity. The technology resembles that of conventional steam plants, but is based on a so-called Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC). Againity has succeeded in scaling down the technology with sustained cost-effectiveness, and is today the market leader in ORC systems with an output
E.ON is committing to sell renewable and recycled energy only in 2025 and highlights Againity’s ORC turbines as part of the solution for a more sustainable energy system. https://www.eon.se/artiklar/againity.html (in Swedish) E.ON Sverige
We are happy to receive the award ”Future Company 2018”! Serendipity Challenge gathers Sweden’s and the Nordic’s most innovative companies. Thank you Serendipity for considering us!
Joel Bertilsson receives Againity‘s WWF Climate Solver 2018 award from Finland’s Minister of Energy, Kimmo Tiilikainen.
With an Againity ORC turbine the biofuel from local forests will be transformed into green electricity at Örkelljunga heating plant. The turbine’s capacity of 250 kW electricity corresponds to the average need of 440 villas or the effect of 18,000 m2 of solar PV panels, with the important difference
Rindi Syd AB, part of Solör Bioenergi Group, invests in an ORC turbine from Againity to produce green electricity at Hörby heating plant. With the ORC turbine, parts of the hot water from the wood chip boiler will be converted to electricity for local consumption at the heating plant. ”We
The World Nature Fund has appointed Againity one of the companies whose climate benefits are among the largest among Nordic startups at the moment. The purpose of the Climate Solver Award is to pay attention to innovations that can benefit to the world’s climate while growing and providing export