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THE FLÚDAORKA POWER PLANT
Geothermal Heat Power | Flúðir, Iceland
In 2017, Climeon teamed up with Icelandic project developer, Varmaorka, to employ the Climeon Heat Power System to harness geothermal resources in Iceland. In 2019, the first power plant was completed in Flúdir. The small 600 kW plant is now providing valuable energy to the nearby town where there was a growing need for energy stability for greenhouse operations...
Maritime Waste Heat Recovery | Florida, USA
As of January 2019, Virgin Voyages has commissioned three mid-sized cruise ships, with an expected capacity of approximately 2,700 passengers each. Virgin Voyages has made a strong commitment to sustainability across their fleet and sailor experiences and in an effort to uphold this commitment chose to utilize waste heat from the ship’s engines...
Industrial Waste Heat Recovery | Borlänge, Sweden
SSAB is one of the world's 50 largest steel producers with an annual production of eight million tonnes and a yearly turnover of 55 billion SEK. As a part of their sustainability target of a fossil-free steel industry in 2045, SSAB decided to recover their waste heat with Climeon. Ordering a pilot installation in 2014 as a first step and then a repeat order of one module...
VIKING LINE GRACE
Maritime Waste Heat Recovery | Åland, Finland
A Climeon system was installed onboard Viking Line's ship Grace in 2015. Grace is a passenger ferry going between Sweden and Åland. After a successful testing period, as the CO2 and fuel savings were higher than expected, Viking Line's decided to develop the cooperation with Climeon further. On a vessel like the one installed on Viking Grace, Climeon can...