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The cement industry is highly affected by increased energy prices and COpenalties. The need for adaptation to a more environmentally friendly, and cost effective, energy solution is urgent in the increasingly competitive global market. Cement producers generate large amounts of waste heat from their manufacturing processes. With the Climeon Heat Power system, not only does Climeon turn heat into power, but they also transform what is usually considered a cost liability, into a valuable asset.


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Cement producers generate large amounts of waste heat from their manufacturing processes. With the Climeon Heat Power system, not only does Climeon turn heat into power, but also transform what us usually considered a costly liability, into a valuable asset - clean electricity.


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


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


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


This video presents how Climeon can help companies within the Cement industry to make profitable electricity from their low-temperature waste heat, that otherwise goes to waste. A way to not only save the environment but to save electricity costs significantly.


The process is simple.

The Climeon Heat Power system utilizes the temperature difference between hot and cold water (or the heat exchange of gas or steam with hot water) to generate clean electricity. This results in less carbon emissions, improved efficiency and overall reduced environmental impact of the cement plant.


The Climeon system combines high efficiency conversion of heat to electricity with a low cost, providing significant savings in fuel and electricity costs.

The proprietary technology operates at a lower pressure than traditional heat power solutions utilizing an Organic Rankine Cycle, ORC. The decrease in pressure allows our units to be smaller while still having double the efficiency of traditional ORC.

Climeon's ability to utilize low temperatures (70-120°C) with 50% higher efficiencies than other solutions makes it the global leader of low temp heat conversion technology.

What can the electricity produced from a cement plant be used for?

Indian homes
Electric cars powered

For a cement factory producing 1 megaton of cement per year.

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The system's low pressure levels allow for a compact and modular design, making it easily scalable from a single 150kW module, to 50 modules resulting in 7.5mW. The modular design ensures optimal efficiency, even at partial load. Modules are automatically powered on, or off, to match thermal power, whenever there are fluctuations in the heat source. The Climeon system can be connected to any heat source, and comes as a complete product. It consists of only three moving parts per module: a turbine and two pumps.

Climeon Live

The Climeon control system, Climeon Live, is a state of the art, customizable PLC. Climeon live takes analyzes data and optimizes performance in real time, to ensure maximum energy generation. 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. Climeon live can also store data directly to the cloud for reverence and allow for remote control and monitoring.

Download our Technical Product Sheet for detailed specifications.


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