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EXERGY CONTINUES SUPPORTING DECARBONISATION IN TURKEYWITH GEOTHERMAL BINARY TECHNOLOGY

EXERGY INTERNATIONAL signed a contract yesterday with EMIRLER ENERJI ELEKTRIK URETIM A.S. for the supply of an 8 MWe geothermal binary plant

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WORLD PUMPS – THE POWER OF WASTE

Energy from Waste (EfW) is gaining strength in UK and elsewhere. World Pumps finds out how processes could reduce global emissions by processing waste heat,

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LNG JOURNAL – EXPLOITING LNG COLD ENERGY POTENTIAL

Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) cold energy plants are an efficient technology to recover energy from LNG’s regasification and decarbonise the oil &gas sector. Exergys' R&D department has developed and designed a new solution to harness this potential - the Cold Energy Plant (CEP).

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MODERN POWER SYSTEMS – EXERGY DEVELOPS SMALL-SCALE SMART ORC FOR LOW TEMPERATURE HEAT RECOVERY

A recent R&D programme undertaken by Organic Rankine Cycle specialist Exergy has focused on development of high-efficiency mini and micro ORCs modules for exploiting low temperature waste heat

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EXERGY SIGNS NEW CONTRACT WITH EDC FOR MAHANAGDONG GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT IN THE PHILIPPINES

The project will deliver 28 MWe through a brine recovery ORC unit to ramp up the capacity of the existing steam power plant

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WORLD CEMENT – ORC VS SRC

Andrea De Finis, Exergy, discusses the role of waste heat recovery in the cement sector, highlighting the differences between the organic and steam Rankine cycle systems.

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EXERGY AND GEOTHERMAL ENEGINEERING (GEL) SIGN CONTRACT FOR UK’S FIRST DEEP GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT

The turnkey EPC contract awarded to Exergy will include the design and engineering of the ORC system, the manufacturing of the equipment and the erection of the power plant.

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EXERGY: NEW CONTRACT WITH HEZ ENERJI FOR A 24 MWe GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT IN TURKEY

Exergy International signed a deal with Hez Enerji for the supply of a 24 MWe geothermal binary plant, the Bilecik HEZ Moralı JES-1 unit, for the exploitation of the customer’s geothermal field in Aydin, Turkey. The ORC power plant is planned to be delivered by Q2 of 2024 and start up is forecast before the end of 2024.

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EXERGY UNVEILS CORPORATE REBRAND TO REFLECT A NEW
STRATEGY AND THE EVOLUTION OF THE COMPANY

Exergy international today announced the launch of a new corporate rebrand, which involves a new visual identity and a new website, to reflect the transformation undergone by the company in a decade - from an innovative start-up to a leading ORC provider worldwide with almost 500 MWe in portfolio - and align with its new strategy and vision in the evolving energy market.

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THE CEMENT PLANT ENVIRONMENTAL HANDBOOK – ORC WASTE HEAT RECOVERY WITH EXERGY’S RADIAL OUTFLOW TURBINE

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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EXERGY AND GDI PARTNER FOR GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT IN JAPAN

EXERGY International srl and Geothermal Development & Investment Inc. (GDI), subsidiary of GPSS Group, have signed a partnership agreement for the exclusive distribution of turnkey geothermal power plants in Japan, using advanced, highly efficient ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) technology.

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CLOSE COOPERATION BETWEEN STRABAG AND EXERGY IN THE FIELD OF GEOTHERMAL ENERGY

• Development and construction of turnkey geothermal power plants with ORC technology (Organic Rankine Cycle) • All services from a single source • Important contribution to the energy transition

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EDC’s FIRST GEOTHERMAL BRINE RECOVERY PLANT WITH EXERGY TECHNOLOGY IS NOW OPERATIONAL IN THE PHILIPPINES

Designed and supplied by EXERGY in less than 12 months the ORC system exploits the geothermal brine of two flash power plants on Mindanao island to generate 3.6 MWe additional electricity. The Inauguration ceremony took place on April 27, led by EDC’s Deputy Chief Operating Officer Jerome H. Cainglet, in the presence of Director Mario C. Marasigan of the Department of Energy’s Electric Power Industry Management Bureau (EPIMB) and Government Authorities.

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WORLD CEMENT MAGAZINE – ENHANCING EFFICIENCY

In this article Sergio Morlacchi  explains how the integration of waste heat recovery systems into cement plants could help enhance the overall energy efficiency of the cement manufacturing process, while helping to lower emissions.

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NS ENERGY – INDUSTRY SECTOR CALLS FOR FINANCIAL SUPPORT FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY INVESTMENT

EU governments and regulators need to create new methods of financial support for investment in industrial energy efficiency, says Exergy CFO Luca Pozzoni.

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EXERGY INKS NEW DEAL FOR A WASTE HEAT RECOVERY PROJECT IN CHINA

EXERGY INTERNATIONAL, a leading provider of new-generation Organic Rankine Cycle power plants, has been awarded - through its parent company Nanjing TICA Thermal Technology - a new contract for the development of a 5.8 MWe Waste Heat Recovery project in China.

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EXERGY TO SUPPLY BINARY SYSTEM FOR EDC’S FIRST BRINE RECOVERY GEOTHERMAL PLANT IN THE PHILIPPINES

EXERGY INTERNATIONAL, a leading provider of new-generation geothermal binary power plants, and a part of the Chinese TICA Corporation, has signed a new contract with Energy Development Corporation (EDC) for the supply of an ORC binary system

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EXERGY DELIVERING MORE GREEN POWER: A 26 MWe , A 12 MWe AND A 10 MWe GEOTHERMAL PLANTS COME ONLINE IN TURKEY

EXERGY INTERNATIONAL, a leading provider of new generation geothermal binary power plants, part of the Chinese TICA Corporation, brought online three new geothermal power plants in Turkey last October. These plants are a 26 MWe for Greeneco Enerji, a 12 MWe for RSC Enerji and a 10 MWe for Kiper Elektrik.

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CHINESE GROUP TICA ACQUIRES SEBIGAS AND STRENGHTEN ITS POSITION IN THE RENEWABLE ENERGY MARKET

Following a winning auction bid the Chinese Group secured the acquisition of the biogas plant designer and supplier under the sphere of the Maccaferri Industrial Group. This is the second energy company of the Maccaferri Group passing under the sphere of the Chinese Group after the acquisition of EXERGY S.p.A., in September 2019.

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A DONATION FROM TICA AND EXERGY IN THE FIGHT AGAINST COVID 19

200.000 face masks sent from Nanjing (China) to Milan, donated by TICA and EXERGY to the Municipality of Milan and to local communities hosting EXERGY headquarters

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EXERGY RESTARTS WITH TICA TO BOOST INTEGRATED SYSTEMS AND ADVANCED GREEN POWER GENERATION

Following successful auction bid, China’s Nanjing TICA Thermal Technology Co. Ltd., has officially formalized the acquisition of EXERGY from the Maccaferri Industrial Group.

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COMPRESSORTECH2 – EXERGY DEVELOPING ORC UNIT FOR LNG PLANTS

Exergy has begun working on ORC units designed for waste heat recovery from gas turbines in LNG regasification plants.

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INTERNATIONAL CEMENT REVIEW – CEMENTI ROSSI’S ORC SOLUTION

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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WORLD CEMENT – EXERGY TO SUPPLY CEMENTI ROSSI WITH HEAT RECOVERY ORC PLANT

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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TURBOMACHINERY MAGAZINE – ORC SYSTEM

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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LNG WORLD NEWS – EXERGY WINS HEAT RECOVERY UNIT DEAL FOR THAI LNG TERMINAL

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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NKGEOENERGY – INTERVIEW WITH LUCA XODO ON TURKEY AND ITS GEOTHERMAL BUSINESS

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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MODERN POWER SYSTEMS – EXERGY SIGNS TURKEY CONTRACT

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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BALKAN GREEN ENERGY NEWS – TURKEY SIGNS NEW CONTRACT WITH EXERGY FOR 12.6 MWE GEOTHERMAL PLANT

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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RENEWBLE ENERGY MAGAZINE – EXERGY NOW OFFERING MADE IN TURKEY GENERATORS

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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TURBOMACHINERY INTERNATIONAL – 4 MW GEOTHERMAL PLANT POWERING UP TERCEIRA ISLAND IN THE AZORES

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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DECENTRALIZED ENERGY – AZORES ISLAND GEOTHERMAL PLANT COMES ONLINE

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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THINKGEOENERGY – EXERGY AWARDED CONTRACT FOR 12 MW SARAYKOY 3 GEOTHERMAL PLANT

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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POWER INFO TODAY – BOOSTING ENERGY EFFICIENCY OF DISTRIBUTED POWER SYSTEMS THROUGH INNOVATIVE WHR TECHNOLOGY

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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POWER MAGAZINE – TOP PLANT: TOSUNLAR 1 ACKA PLANT, SARAYKOY, DENIZLI, TURKEY

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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ANADOLU AGENCY – ITALIAN EXERGY TO SUPPORT 5 GEOTHERMAL PLANT IN TURKEY

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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THINKGEOENERGY – FROM BIDDING TO INVESTMENT, EXERGY AND THE WALKER RANCH PROJECT IN IDAHO

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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WORLD CEMENT MAGAZINE – RECOVERING THE ADVANTAGE

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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THINKGEOENERGY – INTERVIEW WITH EXERGY ON INDONESIAN GEOTHERMAL DEVELOPMENT

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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THINKGEOENERGY – PERFORMANCE OF EXERGY’S NEW GEOTHERMAL PLANT IN TURKEY EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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GLOBAL GEOTHERMAL NEWS – TOP INNOVATION AWARD GOES TO EXERGY S.P.A

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY WOLRD MAGAZINE – 32-MW GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT COMING SOON TO IDAHO

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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INTERNATIONAL CEMENT REVIEW – STEPPING UP ORC

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY WORLD MAGAZINE – THE TAKE AWAY ON COST: HOW GEOTHERMAL CAN COMPETE WITH SOLAR

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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PENN ENERGY – EXERGY SELLS 24MW GEOTHERMAL PLANT TO BESTEPELER ENERJI IN TURKEY

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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THINKGEOENERGY – EXERGY SIGNS NEW SUPPLY CONTRACT FOR 24MW PLANT IN TURKEY

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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RENEWABLE ENERGY WORLD MAGAZINE – LOW ENTHALPY GEOTHERMAL RAISES THE BAR

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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GLOBAL GEOTHERMAL NEWS – EXERGY TO BUILD 4 MW GEOTHERMAL ENERGY PLANT ON AZORES ISLAND

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.

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DIESEL & GAS TURBINE WORLDWIDE – THE IMPORTANCE OF RECOVERY

Waste heat recovery (WHR) has proven to be a market-ready and widely employed technology that can help cement plants achieve energy efficiency targets effectively. These systems represent flexible and economically viable solutions to increase sustainability and profitability of a cement business, reducing energy demand and associated operating costs and CO2 emissions.
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