Turboden clean energy ahead
Turboden is an Italian firm and a global leader in the design, manufacture and maintenance of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems, highly suitable for distributed generation, that generate electric and thermal power exploiting multiple sources, such as renewables (biomass, geothermal energy, solar energy), traditional fuels and waste heat from industrial processes, waste incinerators, engines or gas turbines. Today Turboden expands its solutions with gas expanders and large heat pumps to contribute to the worldwide efforts to mitigate global warming by creating reliable and clean energy systems.
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Manifesto delle Bioenergie
The Bioenergy Manifesto has been signed. Turboden supports the initiative of Elettricità Futura and of the sector associations that, through this Manifesto, intend to promote an efficient management of the Italian bioenergy park and stimulate the application of innovative solutions.
First of its kind high efficient gas compressor station at GASCO in Dahshour, Egypt.
28MWe ORC system coupled to Electrical Motor Driven (EMD) Compressor Trains working in island mode to increase the Dahshour station compression capacity of 25% without any additional fuel consumption, consequently reducing the emission of 120’000 ton CO2 per year, and saving more than 65 million of Sm3 of natural gas per year. A concrete path towards decarbonisation.
Turboden solutions for industrial processes and district heating (NEW VIDEO)
Turboden offers high performing and easy-integrated solutions that can contribute to the decarbonisation of industrial processes as well as in the district heating sector, while at the same time enhancing efficiency. Watch the new video!
29 MWe geothermal ORC system to EDC, Philippines
Turboden has been selected as the supplier of a 29 MWe geothermal power plant to be installed at the Energy Development Corporation’s (EDC) Palayan Bayan expansion project. The plant is to be built at the Bacon-Manito geothermal facility located in Luzon Island, Philippines.
Advice For Young Engineers: Learn From Failure, Not Just From Success.
As the company turns 40 this year, Professor Mario Gaia, Turboden founder and honorary chairman, reflects in this interview to Forbes on success, failure and moments of inspiration–each of which he considers vital to continual growth and creativity.