German companies, E.ON and Orcan Energy, are now joining forces. The companies are now offering innovative second-generation ORC solutions (efficiency PACKs) as an all-round package. Specifically, this means that E.ON can deliver carbon-free and cost-effective electricity to its customers obtained from the customer's waste heat, through solutions by Orcan Energy.
Orcan Energy Efficiency Pack
From planning to installation, financing, plant operation, and plant maintenance, E.ON takes over energy supply as a complete, tailor-made package. Orcan Energy's innovative efficiency PACKs can be deployed anywhere where surplus heat is generated, including geothermal sources. About the size of a shower cubicle, they are usually connected very easily and quickly and convert waste heat of all kinds into carbon-free electricity.
The companies say they “want to make it easier for industrial operators to work in a manner that conserves resources and at the same time economically in the interest of the environment.”
By 2030, according to the companies, the effective use of waste heat could save up to 130 million tons of climate-threatening carbon emissions.
Dr. Andreas Sichert, CEO of Orcan Energy comments, "With this model, we offer our customers the opportunity to operate in two ways that are absolutely resource-saving. For one thing, they do not have to make big investments and can concentrate completely on their core competences and, secondly, they can prepare their processes for a sustainable, clean future."