This Engine Generates Electricity Using Waste Hot Water

A new engine converts waste hot water from industrial equipment into electricity.

NATURE WORLD NEWS - Exergyn, a startup based in Dublin, Ireland, is planning to run the first industrial trials of the new energy-efficient engine by next year, New Scientist reports. The engine generates electricity from heated water that is left over from other equipment. According to co-founder and chief executive Alan Healy, waste hot water (low-grade waste heat or LGWH) from industrial processes amounts to about twice the energy in Saudi Arabia's oil and gas output per year.

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The power of heat - Decentralized Energy

'The whole idea of renewables versus non renewables has become a focus - the thing for me that Europe has got to do is be very strongly focused in delivering an energy system for all of our energy users in a way that is affordable. 

'Fifty per cent of the energy lost in our system is heat from thermo-generation - we are throwing away as much heat as we are using. It's bad for the economy and climate.'

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Thermoelectric Devices Market Expands owing to Energy Conservation Needs Worldwide.

Industry Today
Transparency Market Research’s (TMR) new market study on the global thermoelectric devices market presents the development of this market across North America, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and Africa, and Asia Pacific for the 2015-2023 period. The report, titled “Thermoelectric Devices Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth Trends, and Forecast 2015 – 2023,” finds out how the utilization of thermoelectricity will help conserve energy and also fill the demand-supply gap in energy distribution to some extent.

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