Climeon Heat Power produces clean electricity from low-temperature heat. More specifically, Climeon operates in temperatures between 70-120 degrees Celsius and utilizes the temperature difference between hot and cold water to produce clean electricity. Low-temperature heat can primarily be found as waste heat from different industrial processes or as geothermal heat.

More than 50% of the world's energy consumption is lost as low-temperature heat. Industries such as steel and shipping generate a large amount of heat that is simply wasted.

Geothermal heat power can be found everywhere on earth and should be considered an unlimited source of renewable electricity. It is available 24/7 and enables a renewable baseload.


By exploiting the temperature difference between hot and cold water (or heat exchange of gas or steam with hot water), the Climeon Heat Power system converts waste heat into clean electricity. The system operates at low-pressure levels in comparison to traditional heat power solutions.

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The Climeon Heat Power units are designed to take maximum advantage of low-temperature heat, from geothermal or industrial waste heat sources. The low pressure at which the unit operates enables all components and fittings to be small, resulting in a more compact design and lower cost. The low pressure requires less energy needed for pumping resulting in a higher net power output. Furthermore, Climeon´s automation software enables remote control and monitoring. 

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The system's low-pressure levels allows a compact and modular design, making it easily scalable from smaller installations for space-limited areas such as machine rooms, up to several MW systems for larger installations. The modularity allows for the Climeon system to scale with demand and availability. This allows for simple pilot projects that can easily be expanded to fully utilize all available heat.

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Integrating the Climeon unit to existing facilities is simple. The only connections are the hot and cold supply and the electrical system. A detailed overview can be seen in 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