• Waste heat as a renewable energy source

     

  • Feasibility studies and conceptual engineering for heat recovery and heat transfer systems

  • Focus on reducing CO2 emissions from industrial processes

Energy in the industry

 

 

Energy recovery systems

Waste heat or residual heat is a sub-product from a process or system. This heat is often dissipated into the atmosphere, or large bodies of water like rivers, lakes and even the ocean generating damages to the environment.  Currently, about 70 percent of this invisible garbage  produced by humanity gets dumped due to the lack of recovery systems representing a waste of energy and money.

 

An energy-efficient design

Recovering the waste heat implies gaining more energy at relative low cost and reducing CO2 emissions. However, design the best recovery system requires a detailed analysis to define the best technology that fits our clients desires and necessities. Therefore, our main goal is an energy-efficiency and resource-efficiency design  to improve the energy performance, minimize waste and mitigate environmental impact  of our clients processes. 

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Raphaƫl van der Velde

PMC manager Energy Systems