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Why Geothermal power plants need to be modular, scaleable and standardized
Changing the way we plan, build and operate geothermal power plants will increase the market potential enormously
Japan: Climeon at the center of a major energy transformation
The abundance of hot water available in Japan puts geothermal is at the center of the country's energy transformation
Why modularity is a game changer for geothermal power plants
Low-temperature geothermal resources has the potential to provide large amounts of clean electricity. And it's the modularity of our Heat power systems that can make it a reality
Electricity as a Service in the Maritime industry
Turning waste heat into clean electricity means the Maritime industry can increase energy efficiency. And it can be done without large up-front investments.
Geothermal potential in Iceland
Geothermal heatpower has a huge potential in Iceland and local heatpower operator Varmaorka is in a great position to benefit from this. Ruben Havsed, Head of Sales Geothermal, explains
The Power of Hot Water - A comprehensive white paper for the global steel industry
Japan’s huge geothermal potential, or why Climeon is going there
Japan has a huge potential to become both more self-sufficient and transition from fossil fuel to clean energy by increasing the utilization of geothermal energy by using Climeon's heat power system.
"I am a Cement Plant Manager and I only pay for the produced electricity”
Cement companies need to utilize energy from their current production process. This can be possible by using heat power operators, thus the cement plant only pays for the produced electricity.
How will the Maritime industry deal with the 2020 Sulphur Regulations?
The IMO has adopted stricter regulations on emissions. Ship owners need to adopt solutions to lower the exhaust emissions and improve efficiency. The article describes different options as solutions.
Climeon obtains doubled order worth 65 MEUR
Climeon has signed an agreement with Icelandic Varmaorka to expand the existing order to a value of about 65 MEUR, from just over 30 MEUR. Now Varmaorka increases their order of 100 modules to 197.
Why Climeon was made a Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer
In April Bloomberg New Energy made Climeon a New Energy Pioneer - a great honor. While in New York our CEO Thomas Öström and CRO/CMO Christopher Engman talked about the three key reasons why this happ
Ann Linde on site when Climeon delivers the first Heat Power modules in Iceland
Climeon hosted a delivery ceremony as the first Heat Power modules were delivered in Iceland. Swedish Minister for EU Affairs, Swedish Ambassador and Iceland's Minister of foreign affairs participated
The power of co-produced fluids
Each year oil and gas producers spend billions of dollars on water disposal. But all that water could now be used to generate electricity instead due to new advancements in heat recovery systems.
Företagspresentation på Avanza Börsdag
VD Thomas Öström och COO Christoffer Andersson presenterade Climeons verksamhet och utveckling på Avanzas Börsdag 23/5 2018. De berättade bl.a. om hur företaget ska nå sina mål och vad som är fokus nu
Why Climeon can be the Number 1 climate solver
Our CEO Thomas Öström talks about the future of energy and climate change. And why Climeon has the three things needed to impact this - a disruptive product, an unlimited market and the right team. Fi
Why heatpower will become bigger than wind or solar
Christopher Engman, Climeon's CRO/CMO, tells us what he will be speaking about at the IGC 2018 - Iceland Geothermal Conference.
The power of hot water - Recovering waste heat from skid cooling circuits
It is now possible for heat to power systems to operate on hot water under 100 C, a 150 ton/h reheating furnace could produce up to 1.1 MW of electricity and reduce its cooling requirement by 10%.
Climeon is a Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer