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.
Prominent funder of climate sceptic and anti-regulation lobby groups died from advanced prostate cancer
Oil giant makes first foray into Australia's competitive power market as it continues drive into consumer energy supply, renewables, and clean technologies
Business for Inclusive Growth (B4IG) coalition will launch at the G7 summit this weekend, warning inequalities around the world are economically-damaging
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