For the second year Againity is on the list of Swedens top 33 hottest tech start ups. Read more here (in Swedish).
Againity has now commissioned another ORC system, this time at the heating plant in Ronneby. Part of the hot water from the boiler is now turned into electricity in the 50 kW ORC system. The electricity is not only locally produced but also weather independent, fossil free and cost effective.
Againity has had the honour to receive the title”Green Seed of the Year” with the motivation of “having shown great commitment and a fantastic innovation within the area of sustainability and environmental issues”. A warm thank you to Norrköpings Miljönätverk for the award! http://www.folkbladet.se/nyheter/norrkoping/de-vann-arets-miljopriser-om4409315.aspx
Againity has sold an ORC system together with a biogas boiler to a waste water treatment plant in Norrköping, Sweden, owned by Norrköping Vatten och Avfall AB. The containerized system will turn the biogas into electricity and hot water for internal use on the plant. http://affarsliv.com/nyheter/prestigeorder-till-norrkopingsforetaget-om4402145.aspx
First sale after the summer! Againity’s ORC system will generate electricity in the bio fuelled heating plant in Bräkne-Hoby, Sweden, owned by Ronneby Miljöteknik Energi AB. The installation is part of EU’s Life+ project. http://www.energikontorsydost.se/a/ny-anlaggning-for-smaskalig-kraftvarme-i-brakne-hoby-pa-gang
This year’s Super Startup Summit appointed Againity one of the nine finalists. http://www.va.se/nyheter/2016/04/27/deras-mjukvara-omvandlar-afrikanska-soptippar-till-klimatvanlig-el/
Tonight Againity is celebrated as one of Sweden’s 33 hottest tech start-ups during the “33-listan” ceremony in Munich Brewery in Stockholm.
Againity has been appointed one of the best Nordic Cleantech start-ups and qualified to top 25 in the competition Nordic Cleantech Open.
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.