R&D activities EXERGY - We works in ORC sectors and researching new solutions

Our technology is the result of a continuous striving for innovation, always at work in EXERGY with the aim of finding new solutions to market challenges and offer more efficient and sustainable power generation.

Exergy works simultaneously in multiple directions inside the ORC sector - researching new solutions for:

  • 1. ENHANCING OVERALL POWER PLANT PERFORMANCE AND POWER OUTPUT


    at the same resource conditions, improving the Radial Outflow Turbine efficiency. Attaining this result continuously gives us the possibility to offer our clients the most profitable solutions that fully exploit the potential of their resource.
  • 2. OPTIMIZING OUR WASTE HEAT RECOVERY SOLUTIONS


    for industrial and power stations applications in terms of flexibility, simplicity of implementation and cost-effectiveness to become profitable for industry players and at the same time, granting them additional clean energy in their energy balance.
  • 3. REDUCING THE PLANT FOOTPRINT


    without removing or reducing the performance of any of the plant components. This advancement is key for many of our clients that have limited space availability or are looking for compact solutions,  and represents a step forward in reducing the environmental impact of our power plants, reducing the necessary civil works and therefore their footprint on the surrounding area.
  • 4. RESEARCHING AND APPLYING WORKING FLUIDS


    of different types, always in step with the latest scientific developments. Exergy R&D department also conducts its own tests to verify and implement the range of applications for each working fluid. Until today Exergy is the ORC company with the highest variety of working fluids in operation in its power plants, and still growing.
EXERGY counts over 30 patents since 2011, confirmed or still pending in 20+ countries
15/10/2018
EXERGY CONCEIVES AND PROMOTES THE FIRST EDITION OF IGC – GEOTHERMAL ISLANDS

Worldwide island states all face the same challenge: the isolated position forces to rely on conventional power sources with consequent...
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