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  • The Top 10 Indian Cement Companies

    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.

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  • The power of co-produced fluids

    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.

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  • The Power of Hot Water - A comprehensive white paper for the global steel industry

    The Power of Hot Water - A comprehensive white paper for the global steel industry

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  • Cheaper than Solar PV? Why low temperature Heat Power makes sense

    Cheaper than Solar PV? Why low temperature Heat Power makes sense

    Waste heat from industrial production can be employed to generate electricity by using specialised low temperature waste heat recovery systems manufactured by Climeon or similar.

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  • Heat Power is now more efficient than Solar in the Cement Industry

    Heat Power is now more efficient than Solar in the Cement Industry

    Many cement plants are installing solar power to generate additional electricity, however using heat power technology cement plants can generate electricity at a lower price than solar power.

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  • Climeon is a Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer

    Climeon is a Bloomberg New Energy Pioneer

    Climeon is one of the 10 companies Bloomberg New Energy Finance have named for 2018 a "New Energy Pioneer". Climeon will be recognized for its leadership in clean energy technologies and business.

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  • The power of hot water - Recovering waste heat from skid cooling circuits

    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%.

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    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

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