Untapped energy source
Ships generate large amounts of waste heat, which is usually found in the form of exhaust gases, engine cooling water, and excess steam. Climeon's Heat Power system uses this untapped energy source to generate clean electricity while at the same time reduces the fuel consumption and the CO2 emissions.
The Maritime Industry is highly affected by the upcoming 2020 regulations, increased fuel prices and the environmental awareness of the end customers and their demand for green shipping. The need for adaptation to a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective energy solution is urgent in the increasingly competitive global market.
Compact and modular design
The system's low-pressure levels allow a compact and modular design, making it easily scalable from 150kW modules up to 2 MW systems for larger installations.
A Climeon Heat Power System, producing 2 MW of clean electricity, enables ship owners to reduce the annual CO2 emissions by more than 7000 tonnes, this equals in 2300 tonnes of saved fuel every year. 2 MW of electricity can cover up to 20% of a cruise ships hotel load.
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.
Increase vessel efficiency by lowering fuel cost and reducing the amount of Sulfur and CO₂ emitted.
Short payback time
Leading payback time enabled by the world’s most efficient low temperature system.
The plug and play design allows for fast and easy integration with the vessels existing systems.
Annual savings potential for a cruise ship
For a detailed description of Climeon's Heat Power system and the integration, watch the video below.