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Turboden at Italian Day

Next Friday 10th June Marco Baresi, Turboden’s Institutional Relations Manager, will attend the Italian Day organized by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD). The event will have both a sectoral and a regional focus, with presentations from EBRD Managing Directors. The sectors that will be covered are: energy, infrastructure/transport and agribusiness. As for the regions of interest, the focus will be on South-Eastern Mediterranean (Jordan, Tunisia, Morocco and Egypt), Ukraine and Caucasus, Turkey and Central Asia.

Turboden to supply a 2 MW heat recovery ORC unit for Aichi Steel in Japan

Turboden selected as ORC technology provider of a further 2 MW net waste heat recovery plant for the steelmaking factory Aichi Steel in Japan.

Turboden to expand in Japan through DAIICHI JITSUGYO's broad sales network

On May 20, DAIICHI JITSUGYO, general machinery trading company and Turboden S.r.l., an MHI Group company, signed a contract to expand ORC business in Japan.
DAIICHI JITSUGYO is a Japanese major player in manufacture, sales and after-sales of small-scale binary cycle power generation equipment that utilize geothermal / hot spring and incinerator / factory waste heat and has deep understanding and experience in the binary cycle generation equipment market. With the agreement, DAIICHI JITSUGYO will add Turboden's medium and large-scale binary cycle power generation equipment to its lineup, enabling it to expand its business to a wide range of larger-scale waste heat applications.

EGEC Newsletter - January 2016

Turboden Asian Geothermal projects in EGEC newsletter.

A 5.5 MW electric ORC power plant connected to the grid in Bavaria

On January 13th, Turboden connected to the grid its up to 5.5 MW electric ORC power plant delivered to GKT Geothermische Kraftwerkgesellschaft Traunreut GmbH, a company which operates a geothermal well in Bavaria, Germany. In addition to electrical generation, the ORC will supply up to 12 MW of thermal power to the community of Traunreut.
In 2014, Turboden signed a contract in consortium with TH Arens for the construction of the complete ORC unit connected to the district heating system.
Thanks to thirty-five years of experience in ORC turbogenerator design, Turboden provided GKT the best-optimized configuration for a specific low-temperature geothermal resource of 118°C.
The close location of the Turboden German branch based in Kirchseeon will grant GKT a local service team. This new project is a representation of Turboden’s commitment to innovation and performance improvement in ORC technology.
The 5.5 MW Traunreut plant is the fourth geothermal unit installed in Germany, confirming Turboden the leader in geothermal power capacity in the country with its 20 MWe fleet. Turboden’s geothermal fleet currently accounts for 10 plants (49 MW gross), with locations in Turkey, Europe, and Japan.

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