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Heat Recovery Solutions

The principal product of Heat Recovery Solutions, a subsidiary of CETY, is the Clean Cycle Heat to Power Generator, a turn-key solution to generate revenue or offset electrical costs for industrial use. Acquired from GE, its patented magnetic bearing turbine technology is proven with over 100 installations and more than 1M fleet operating hours.

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Waste to Energy Solutions

CETY's Waste to Energy Division provides a gasification and waste recycling process for the production of clean energy, utilizing the principles of ‘low level buildings’, ‘ultra-low emission to air’ and ‘low noise levels’. These solutions play a key role in low to no emission energy solutions for industrial, commercial and municipality sites.

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Engineering and Manufacturing

Our extensive design, engineering and manufacturing services provide an integrated approach, whether we are becoming an extension of your engineering team, developing manufacturing processes, or providing the whole market ready solution. If you are bringing a product to market we can provide the resources you need.

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BioMass
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Biomass provided
approximately 5% of
U.S energy in 2022

BioMass

Whether sunflower seed husks, forestry waste, or any other relatively dry organic-based energy sources, we have innovative solutions to harness the untapped potential of these materials and convert waste into valuable energy. Our commitment lies in developing sustainable practices that not only reduce environmental impact but also contribute to the growing demand for renewable energy sources.

Sunflower seed husks, often considered agricultural waste, can be transformed into a valuable energy resource through advanced biomass conversion technologies. These technologies involve processes such as pyrolysis or gasification, which break down organic materials to produce biofuels like biochar or syngas. By utilizing sunflower seed husks, we not only address the issue of waste disposal but also generate clean and renewable energy.

Similarly, forestry waste, including branches, sawdust, and other by-products of logging operations, can be converted into energy through efficient methods like biomass power generation. This process involves burning organic materials to produce heat, which can then be used to generate electricity. By tapping into the energy potential of forestry waste, we not only reduce the environmental burden of waste disposal but also contribute to a more sustainable and diversified energy portfolio.

Exhaust Gas
2

Global energy consumption
continues to grow
at 1-2% per year

Exhaust Gas

Consider the untapped resource in your current energy consumption — the exhaust heat that is often expelled into the atmosphere after a system process. If your organization is releasing flue or other combustion gases without fully harnessing the energy they contain, you are essentially letting potential savings or revenue slip away. It's time to reimagine your approach and transform exhaust heat waste into a valuable asset.

Traditionally, many industrial processes generate more heat than required, leading to the release of excess energy into the environment. This not only contributes to inefficiency but also results in missed opportunities for cost savings and additional income. Our expertise lies in identifying and implementing solutions that capture, repurpose, and monetize this otherwise wasted energy.

Let us conduct a comprehensive analysis of your current energy utilization and identify the most suitable strategies to convert your exhaust heat waste into savings or a new revenue stream. Our team of experts is dedicated to maximizing the efficiency of your processes while contributing to a more sustainable and economically viable future.

Industrial Processes
5

Biomass provided
approximately 5% of
U.S energy in 2022

Industrial Processes

Do you find yourself burdened by significant energy bills solely for the purpose of cooling your processes? It's time to reconsider that dynamic and explore innovative solutions that can not only offset these costs but actually turn them into sources of energy profits.

Imagine a scenario where, instead of expending 100kW to cool a 1MW heat stream, we generate 100kW that contributes to the cooling of the entire 1MW process. Our goal is to shift the paradigm and transform your cooling processes from being a substantial energy expense to becoming a source of energy production and profit.

One of the key areas we focus on is exhaust cooling for emission controls. Rather than simply dissipating heat into the atmosphere, we implement technologies that capture and repurpose this thermal energy for various applications, including the cooling of processes.

By integrating smart solutions, we can effectively utilize the excess heat generated during your industrial processes to offset the need for additional energy input for cooling.

Geothermal and Oil
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In 2021, 92 billion
kWh of electricity
was generated
from geothermal
energy

Geothermal and Oil

While ambient temperatures are on the rise, it's important to recognize that the Earth has always been a vast reservoir of heat. Some regions naturally allow this heat to flow, and in other places, we can tap into it by extracting it directly from the ground. Our expertise lies in identifying and implementing solutions that can harness this geothermal potential, turning it into a reliable and steady revenue stream for your operations.

Geothermal energy represents a sustainable and constant source of heat that can be utilized for various applications. Whether it's for electricity generation, direct heating, or other industrial processes, we specialize in tailoring solutions to match your specific heat requirements. By leveraging the Earth's natural heat reservoirs, we aim to not only meet your energy needs but also contribute to a cleaner and more sustainable future.

For areas where geothermal heat needs to be actively extracted from the ground, we offer solutions that make use of advanced heat exchange systems. These systems efficiently capture and transfer the Earth's heat to your industrial processes, providing a reliable and cost-effective source of thermal energy. From district heating systems to industrial applications requiring specific temperature ranges, our tailored solutions aim to maximize the utilization of geothermal potential.

Oil & Gas
50

Gas turbines reject
50% or more of the
energy in the fuel into
the atmosphere through
the exhaust systems

Oil and Gas

Within the intricate network of oil and gas collection and distribution processes, waste heat is an inherent byproduct from compression/pumping stations to flares. Rather than letting this valuable energy escape into the environment, we specialize in identifying strategic points in your operations where we can turn this waste heat into a productive resource.

Compression and pumping stations, integral components of oil and gas infrastructure, generate substantial amounts of waste heat during their operations. Our tailored solutions focus on capturing and repurposing this excess thermal energy. By implementing heat recovery systems or integrating technologies such as combined heat and power (CHP), we can convert waste heat into electricity or utilize it for heating purposes. This not only enhances the overall efficiency of your operations but also contributes to significant cost savings.

Let us collaborate to pinpoint the optimal locations in your oil and gas processes where waste heat can be harnessed for maximum benefit. Whether it's reducing operational costs, minimizing the environmental impact, or advancing sustainability initiatives, our comprehensive approach aims to turn waste heat into a valuable asset for your organization.

Waste Disposal
92

In 2021, 92 billion
kWh of electricity
was generated
from geothermal
energy

Waste Disposal

In the realm of waste management, we specialize in transforming what was once considered waste, including used tires and much of the material destined for landfills, into valuable sources of usable energy. The potential inherent in these discarded materials is vast, and our expertise lies in providing sustainable and innovative solutions that not only address waste-related challenges but also create new revenue streams.

Landfilled waste, comprising a diverse range of materials, holds untapped potential for energy recovery. Through cutting-edge waste-to-energy technologies, we offer clean and efficient solutions that capture the energy embedded in these materials. This not only reduces the environmental impact of landfills but also presents an opportunity to generate electricity or heat from what was previously considered non-recyclable waste.

Our approach extends beyond waste management to encompass carbon capturing, addressing the pressing need for sustainable practices. By converting waste into energy, we actively contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, aligning with global efforts to combat climate change. This not only enhances your environmental stewardship but also positions your organization as a leader in adopting circular economy principles.

Case Studies

Two Landfill Gas Engines, UK

Two Landfill Gas Engines, UK

One unit on two landfill gas engines In the United Kingdom, landfill gas engines supply heat to operate one Clean Cycle unit. One engine didn't have sufficient heat, so the exhaust from 2 x 1MW engines was captured and delivered to the Clean Cycle containerized solution. This Clean Cycle has generated greater than 38,000 operating hours.

Biomass Fired Lime Kill, UK

Biomass Fired Lime Kill, UK

Four units running on the heat of a cement kiln. The four containerized Clean Cycle units operate on a single heat source at a biomass fired lime kiln in the United Kingdom. The Clean Cycle units generate enough electricity to decrease electrical demand on-site by approximately 25%.

Landfill Gas, France

Landfill Gas, France

In France, a single Clean Cycle unit is connected to the exhaust and jacket water heat of a gas engine that operates continuously on landfill gas. The engine, being located on the landfill, had no heat utilization options nearby, so the Clean Cycle solution was an excellent fit to generate additional electricity and increase the efficiency of the site.

Sewage Site, Bali

Sewage Site, Bali

One unit on one diesel engine using exhaust and jacket water heat. A Clean Cycle solution generates power from the waste heat of a 1.4 MW containerized diesel engine, operating continuously. Exhaust heat and jacket water heat are delivered to the Clean Cycle unit in two separate hot water loops. The use of some of the jacket water heat by the Clean Cycle unit can also reduce electricity consumption by the engine’s radiator.

Manufacturing Facility, Italy

Manufacturing Facility, Italy

In Italy, two Clean Cycle units generate electricity at a door manufacturing facility from the heat of a biomass boiler. Excess wood and sawdust from the door manufacturing operations feed the biomass boiler that produces heat for the building as well as two Clean Cycle generators.

Black Sea, Romania

Black Sea, Romania

In Romania, right by the Black Sea, a single Clean Cycle unit operates at an oil and gas facility. Large boilers heat up a steam loop that is used for oil and gas processing. As part of the process, low temperature boiler exhaust was vented into the atmosphere until a Clean Cycle was installed to utilize the low temperature heat and convert it into electricity.

Lumber Industry, Eko Nams

Lumber Industry, Eko Nams

Tons of waste had to be shipped and tipping fees paid for disposal. Along with high electrical rates that include 7.5% tax/fee for excess consumption.

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