Success Story: Solar Supercritical Organic Rankine Cycle Pilot Plant for Power and Industrial Heat

Granite Power is a geothermal company that has developed GRANEX®, a patented direct supercritical fluid heat transfer technology for the efficient, economic, and zero carbon emission generation of electricity from low grade geothermal sources using the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC). This technology is typically used with recovered waste heat (RWH), solar-thermal sources, conventional geothermal sources, and engineered geothermal systems to generate electricity.

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Worldwide Micro-CHP Market Forecasts and Analysis 2018 – Environmental Expert (press release)

Worldwide Micro-CHP Market Forecasts and Analysis 2018 Environmental Expert (press release) A micro CHP system is about the size of a major appliance with a capacity ranging from 1 kW to 6 kW and produces electricity as well as heat using generally…

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Statistical analysis of patent data relating to the organic Rankine cycle

This study analyzed patent data to explore the technological developments based on the organic Rankine cycle (ORC), which is one of the most economical and efficient methods for converting low-grade thermal energy into electricity. The patent data were obtained from the Thomson Innovation commercial database, which contains patent information from various countries and offices.

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ACP funds for development of small scale landfill gas engine in UK – Energy Business Review

ACP funds for development of small scale landfill gas engine in UK Energy Business Review ACP’s biogas partner AlphaGen Renewables, which oversee the installation and operation of a 50kW microgeneration landfill gas engine, will develop the project.

Source: biofuelsandbiomass.energy-business-review.com

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