Turboden to participate in HEATLEAP waste heat initiative

Turboden to participate in HEATLEAP waste heat initiative
07 September 2021

Today, the European Union (EU)-funded HEATLEAP project is being officially launched and presented to the public. The project aims to demonstrate the environmental and economic benefits of waste heat recovery systems in energy-intensive industries.

Currently, it is difficult to capture and use low-grade (<70˚C) waste heat with conventional technologies.

Paolo Bertuzzi, CEO of Turboden and coordinator of the project, comments: "We are delighted to showcase our portfolio of solutions for the valorisation of residual waste heat in this innovative project. Heat pumps and gas expanders will play a central role in the decarbonisation of energy-intensive industries and utilities, thereby achieving the objectives of the EU Green Deal. As Turboden, we are focusing on delivering high temperature heat/low pressure steam to industrial customers and utilities."

The HEATLEAP project is funded under the LIFE programme. The project partners are Turboden, ORI Martin, Rina Consulting, CSMT and COGEN Europe.

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