Germany’s E.ON has a signed a two-year framework agreement for Alfagy’s CHP units. Under the agreement, E.ON can pick and choose from its portfolio with Alfagy expecting a minimum of 20 units to be delivered.

Alfagy expects the German government’s recent decision to shutdown all its nuclear power plants by 2022 could see volumes well exceed 20 CHPs units.

Schmitt Enertec GmbH, Alfagy’s Partner, is handling the deal.

Alfagy has also launched a new range of small ORC (Organic Rankine Cycle) power generators that use waste heat and temperature differences to produce electricity, which means that hot air from waste heat such as chimneys, flues and exhausts can now be converted into power and sold to the grid or used on-site.

The ‘O’ units can be retrofitted to exiting boilers and CHP units. The units are produced in 10 kWe and 30 kWe sizes, and can increase system efficiency by up to 15%.

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