New regulations call for action

The IMO roadmap for sulphur and CO2 emission regulations is changing, making business  tougher for ship owners. The new regulations, when implemented, will benefit the environment. The general cruise line, ferry or cargo customer is becoming more aware of environmental sustainability, and opting for vacations that will leave a smaller COfootprint.

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Untapped waste heat

Ships generates large amounts of waste heat- With the Climeon Heat Power system, cruise, ferry and cargo ships can transform that waste heat into clean, sustainable electricity - what was previously a costly liability is instead turned into a valuable asset. Imagine your passengers och customers knowing that the electricity used in the cabins - for lighting, showering, charging etc. is 100% clean and free from fossil fuels.

Environment

Increase genset efficiency by lowering fuel cost and reducing the amount of CO₂ emitted.

Short payback time

Leading payback time enabled by the world’s most efficient low temperature system.

Easy integration

Plug and play design allows for fast and easy integration with plants existing systems with limited disruption.

Viking Line

Viking Line became a customer in 2014. Climeon's Heat Power system can be found on their environmentally friendly passenger ferry - Viking Grace. In 2015, Viking Line announced to expand their cooperation with Climeon. The system will be deployed on all new ships, and an evaluation for retrofit on existing ships has been initiated.

The heat power process

The Climeon Heat Power system is built using modular units and can be dismantled easily, enabling retrofit on existing ships, without disrupting daily operations.

The Climeon Heat Power system exploits the temperature difference between hot and cold water or gas to generate clean electricity. At the same time less CO2 emissions are released into the atmosphere.

Efficient, economical, profitable

The Climeon system combines high efficiency and low overall cost, driving significant savings in fuel and electricity costs, to create a powerful business case for the utilization of waste heat.

The technology operates at low pressure levels in comparison to traditional heat power solutions. For example, Organic Rankine Cycles (ORC) which operate at much higher-pressure levels, are both larger in size and less efficient at the low temperature where the largest bulk of waste heat is found. Climeon's low temperature levels allow delivery of up to 50% higher efficiencies than other solutions on the market, while creating a smaller carbon footprint from manufacturing.

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Smart automation

The Climeon control system, Climeon Live, makes the system fully automatic. It optimizes performance in real time, to ensure maximum energy generation. Each Climeon module has multiple sensors delivering measurements. Data is collected and stored in the cloud for historical performance reporting. Climeon Live identifies potential faults before they arise, minimizing the risk of unplanned downtime. Climeon Live's API can also be integrated into external control systems, offering a valuable PR-message with emission-savings and clean electricity production output.

Download our Technical Product Sheet for detailed specifications.

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Integration

For everything you need to know about integrating the Climeon Heat Power system, watch the video below.

The video covers the following:
1. Production, 0:05
2. Climeon Heat Power system, 0:36
3. Versions of Climeon, 1:48
4. Testing and delivery, 2:31
5. Selecting installation sites, 3:09
6. Connection and cleaning, 3:54
7. Master control and electrical cabinet, 6:02
8. Outline on integration project, 7:09
9. Climeon Live, 7:42