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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 ene...
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Climeon’s partly-owned company Baseload Capital issues green bond of SEK 500 million
Baseload Capital has issued a green bond under their green bond framework. The bond is the first one in Sweden focused on low temperature geothermal heat power. In total SEK 500 million is issued.
First geothermal site approved by customer
Climeon has received its first geothermal site approval from Varmaorka. It is the first geothermal power plant that uses Climeon’s Heat Power system. Varmaorka has now approved the site through a SAT.
Breakthrough Energy Ventures collaborates with Climeon to accelerate deployment of geothermal heat power
Breakthrough Energy Ventures has invested USD 12.5 million in Baseload Capital, the private investment company which Climeon owns part of, to speed up the global deployment of geothermal heat power.
How to make microgrids more efficient
Is the Maritime industry ready for 2020?
A follow up article on green-tech and fuel options as solution for the obstacles the maritime sector is facing due to 2020 Sulphur regulations- forcing shipowners to look at fuel-saving alternatives
Is Canada Warming up to Geothermal Heat Power?
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 Scanship and Climeon are co-exhibiting at this year’s SMM maritime trade fair
Why Scanship and Climeon are co-exhibiting at this year’s SMM maritime trade fair. The largest gathering in the maritime world – SMM, the international trade fair that takes place in Hamburg
A new model for efficient shipping: Electricity as a Service (EaaS)
With the growing concern about the state of our oceans, a great deal of attention is being directed at the maritime industry. Ship owners today face many different and new challenges.
Climeon on The 33-list, third year in a row!
In 2017, the prestigious 33-listan or 33-list celebrates 10 years. Over 190 Swedish tech companies have been on the list over the years including Yubico, Spotify and Izettle.
Reality check - What does 100% carbon neutral actually mean?
As a consumer, I value when companies set aggressive environmental targets such as “100% carbon neutral”, however the reality behind the words "100% carbon neutral" is much more complex than you know.
Why is the energy transformation so slow?
The world can store energy in all possible forms. All this is hugely positive and inspiring, but it is not enough to stop climate catastrophe. How, realistically can we increase the pace?
Climeon on stage at India Innovations Accelerator
Climeon's Dr. Rakshith Sachitanand in Chennai, India talking about the massive potential of converting low temperature waste heat into profit (electricity) in Indian Steel & Cement manufacturing.
The Top 10 Indian Cement Companies
With an capacity of nearly 400 million tonnes, India is the second largest cement producing country in the world. The cement industry provides employment to more than a million people.
Climeon heading towards the stock exchange
Climeons första order från Richard Bransons Virgin Cruises samt att bolaget börsnoteras inom arton månader.
Swedish forerunner Climeon part of International Clean Tech Hub in San Francisco
The Swedish MinistervIsabella Lövin inaugurates a Swedish Cleantech hub in San Fransisco. The Cleantech hub aims to help Swedish innovative cleantech companies on the international market.
Climeon takes another major order from large Scandinavian passenger ferry operator
Viking Line replaces a repeat order for a full-scale installation on their newest passenger ferry. With the Heat Power system we can save money and at the same time decrease our carbon footprint.
Climeon AB receives a conditional 300 MSEK order to produce distributed geothermal electricity in Iceland
Climeon has entered a collaboration with Icelandic Energy Holding to deliver 100 Climeon Heatpower modules to be installed in Iceland as one of the world's first distributed geothermal power solutions
Profitable Distributed Geothermal Energy through Climeon Heat Power Systems