Use of residual heat
Due to their high temperature level, conventional ORC systems can only be used for waste heat utilization to a very limited extent. In our case, temperatures as low as 20°C can already be used, with the optimum temperature level being 50°C. So any heat source from 20°C can be used - process heat which normally needs to be expensively cooled can now be used to generate electrical energy. The only point of intersection is a closed heat exchanger. So there is no direct contact of the medium of the heat source with our working fluid. In addition to almost free electrical energy, you also protect the environment, since your business is now (at least partially) operating with CO2-neutral electricity.