Triogen's Success: Our European References

Triogen has long been at the forefront of transforming waste heat into valuable electricity, with our Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology leading the way. The unique attribute of our ORC systems is their simplicity and efficiency, requiring nothing more than waste heat to operate. This versatility allows for a wide range of applications, depending on the source of the heat, making our technology a perfect fit for various industries looking to enhance their sustainability and energy efficiency.

A Diverse Portfolio of Installations

Over recent years, we've successfully implemented numerous ORC units across Europe, each is a proof of the adaptability and effectiveness of our technology. From glass furnaces in Italy to steel mills in Germany and biomass plants in Scandinavia, our installations highlight the diverse applications of our ORC systems. These projects not only reflect our technological expertise but also our commitment to providing sustainable energy solutions that meet the unique needs of each client.

Expanding Our Activities

Currently, Triogen's ORC systems are operational or in the process of being installed in 10 European countries, including but not limited to the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom. Each installation stands as a testament to our dedication to excellence and innovation in waste heat recovery. As we look to the future, our ambition is to further extend our reach, bringing the benefits of our ORC technology to even more businesses and communities across Europe and beyond.

A Vision for a Sustainable Future

Our journey across Europe is more than just a series of installations; it's a movement towards a more sustainable and energy-efficient future. Every Triogen ORC system in operation signifies a step forward in reducing carbon emissions and enhancing energy independence for our clients. By converting previously wasted heat into clean electricity, we're not only helping businesses optimize their operations but also contributing to the global transition towards renewable energy sources.