Exergyn has developed an engine that runs on hot water (80C-120C). Technically, it converts low-grade waste heat (LGWH) to power - electrical or mechanical.
It is a solid-state reciprocating engine, employing nitinol (which expands & contracts at different temperatures). Crucially, we are focused on being the first commercial solution to the low-grade waste heat problem.
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