What is waste heat to electricity?
Electrical energy consumption is ever higher in the modern world compared to a decade before—the planet braces up to 42% of increased CO2 emission, which comes from power generation. Power plants have to work longer than before to meet the ever increasing electricity demand by the typical consumer. The CO2 ending up in the air may be from coal, gas, or fuel. There is a need to enhance efficiency in power generation processes if we want to achieve a greener planet and delay climate change. Moreover, modern consumers want to deal with companies that incorporate green solutions in managing their energy consumption and use heat waste.
We help companies increase efficiency in their power production by introducing the third power generation method. We can tap waste heat emanating from day-to-day industrial processes that involve processing raw materials into finished products. This heat waste can be from power generation plants, chemical plants, exhaust from ship engines, combined heat, and power plants (CHP), and refineries. Waste heat to electricity conversion saves the overall costs of operation and helps your business build strong public relations.