Geothermal contact: Ruben Havsed

Unlimited energy source

Geothermal heat can be found everywhere on earth,
and should be considered an unlimited source of
renewable electricity. Geothermal is the only renewable
sources of energy that can produce a base-load of electricity 24/7.
Geothermal has the potential to replace the world's
entire fossil fuel based electricity production.

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Clean, cost-efficient electricity

Using natural and renewable geothermal heat enables Climeon to produce sustainable electricity from the earth itself. The biggest challenges for geothermal development are the costs and risks associated with exploration. Drilling for high temperature resources is often very expensive, and finding proper wells can be time consuming.

The Climeon Heat Power system is optimized to utilize low temp geothermal heat. By converting low temperature heat into clean electricity, you can shorten the exploration time and cut the drilling cost by more than 50%.


Utilizing low temperature geothermal heat to produce electricity releases 0 carbon emissions. Using low temp heat has no effect on the wells.

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.

Climeon - WWF Climate Solver

Every year the World Wildlife fund, WWF, announces Climate Solvers  in order to strengthen climate innovations. Climeon was chosen as a Climate Solver due to the fact that its Heat Power technology dramatically can reduce the CO2 emissions and increase the access to energy around the globe. In fact, Climeon's technology could save over 21.6 million tons of CO2 emissions annually.

The heat power process

By utilizing heat from temperature sources that are below 100°C or 212°F, the Climeon Heat Power system will reduce the need for drilling new wells. With the Climeon system it is possible to reuse old wells, utilizing low temperature heat, thus increasing revenue, and speeding up the development time for projects.

It's quite simple

The Climeon system can be utilized both with large and small geothermal plants to boost production, integrated into new geothermal plants, or implemented in larger scale applications to power datacenters with 50 MW of redundant baseload electricity. Unlike other renewable sources, such as wind and solar, the Climeon Heat Power system is unaffected by weather conditions. This means our production can run day and night, throughout the year, with just two days of planned maintenance.

In the illustration below you can see an example of a Climeon binary power plant that utilizes hot water from the ground to produce electricity, the hot water is then returned to the ground at a lower temperature. 

Flexible and scalable design

The system's low pressure levels allows a compact and modular design, making it easily scalable from 150kW modules, to several 50 MW systems for larger installations. The modular design ensures optimal efficiency, even at partial load. Modules are automatically powered on, or off, to match thermal power whenever there us fluctuation in the heat source. Modules can be installed both indoors and outdoors. 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, 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.

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