An Echogen® waste heat recovery system uses supercritical carbon dioxide (sCO2) as the working fluid to convert waste heat into power. Because of its properties, sCO2 can interact more directly with the heat source, eliminating the need for a secondary thermal loop, and further reducing the total installed cost of the system. This compact, flexible system can integrate with a wide variety of heat sources without disrupting existing plant operations.
The project will use supercritical CO2 to capture waste heat from a gas-fired turbine and use it to generate emissions-free electricity that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 44,000 tonnes per year – the equivalent of taking more than 9,000 vehicles off the road.
The Multi-MW EPS100 heat recovery system drives value through its unique combination of a lower cost per unit of electricity produced, compact footprint, higher energy recovery from the waste heat stream, and ability to generate power from a wide range of heat sources.
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