Orcan Energy publishes its first-ever ESG Report. The two new Article 9 Funds backing Orcan Energy in 2022 have already been a testament to the sustainability of the company. With the ESG Report for 2022, Orcan Energy now proactively showcases its positive impact.
Munich, Germany, and Athens, Greece, 26.09.2023 – TITAN and Orcan Energy started a partnership to exploit the benefits and explore the scale-up potential of new modular technology pioneered by Orcan Energy which holds the potential to convert large waste heat volumes into clean and affordable energy.
Munich, 29.11.2022 – Orcan Energy and Baseload Capital are pleased to announce the commissioning of a first project utilizing waste heat from existing oilfield operations at Chevron U.S.A. Inc.´s (Chevron) San Ardo oil and gas field in California, USA.
Munich, 27.10.2022 – Orcan Energy, a leading cleantech company, is progressing its strong growth course. The company has already fully repaid the Economic Stabilization Fund (WSF) loan approved during the COVID-19 crisis ahead of schedule.
Munich and Freiberg, 31.08.2022 – Recycling company Ecobat Resources Freiberg GmbH is significantly increasing its energy efficiency with three waste heat modules from Orcan Energy. The modules convert the previously unused waste heat on site into almost 1.5 gigawatt hours (GWh) of electricity per year.
Munich, 09.06.2022 - Orcan Energy is presenting itself jointly on a stand with E.ON. Under the slogan "Save 99 million tons of CO2", Orcan will showcase as one of three E.ON changemakers and present its ORC products.
Munich, 08.06.2022 - On its way to global expansion, the Munich-based waste heat company Orcan Energy is strengthening its management team: Marcus Jentsch (54) is to become Orcan Energy's new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
Munich, 31.03.2022 - The Swedish investment entity Baseload Capital, which specializes in funding and deployment of clean heat power solutions worldwide, is realizing a joint project in the oil and gas industry with Munich-based company Orcan Energy, the leading waste heat solutions provider in Europe and Asia...
Munich, 06.12.2021 - Orcan Energy, leading manufacturer of solutions for the utilization of waste heat, has won the global building materials supplier CEMEX as a new customer for its waste heat solutions, the so-called efficiency PACKs.
Munich/ Aalborg, Denmark, 25.11.2021 - Alfa Laval and Orcan Energy have signed a cooperation agreement regarding sales of marine energy efficiency solutions based on Orcan’s Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology.
Munich, July 27, 2021 - The long-established family-owned Portlandzementwerk Wittekind Hugo Miebach Söhne KG from Erwitte in southern Westphalia has now signed a contract for six energy efficiency modules from Munich-based waste heat specialist Orcan Energy.
Munich, 16.07.2021 - Marine contractor Van Oord has now chosen to install efficiency PACKs, an organic Rankine cycle (ORC) from leading cleantech company Orcan Energy on two of its new hybrid water injection dredgers.
Munich, 25.5.2021 - The waste heat specialist Orcan Energy has won a new major customer: The CleanTech company is now installing its waste heat solutions at Nordenhamer Zinkhütte GmbH, a subsidiary of the raw materials group Glencore and a company with a long tradition in zinc production.
Munich, April 13, 2021 - Orcan Energy, leading manufacturer of solutions for the utilization of waste heat, has now implemented a first geothermal project in record time together with its cooperation partner E.ON.
Munich, 19.08.2020 – Orcan Energy, leading manufacturer of solutions for the use of waste heat, is now expanding its area of application and, together with its cooperation partner E.ON, is installing six efficiency PACKs for the first time at a geothermal energy plant of FG Geothermie GmbH in Kirchweidach in Bavaria.
Munich, 01.07.2020 - Leading CleanTech company Orcan Energy has once again successfully installed its energy efficiency technology on board of two vessels: The high-efficiency catamarans „MS Willem Barentsz“ and „MS Willem de Vlamingh“, owned by the Dutch shipping company Rederij Doeksen which has its office in the Frisian village of Harlingen, combine several innovative and environmentally-friendly technologies and materials to make the ferry service as sustainable as possible.
The efficiency PACK 150.200 is suitable for every industry, any waste heat from 80 to 800 degrees and creates climate-relevant CO2 savings
Munich, 30.6.2020 - The declared target of the German government is to reduce primary energy consumption by 50 % until 2050 compared with 2008. A key factor in reducing energy consumption is increasing energy efficiency.
Munich and Nienburg - In the first quarter of 2020, BASF Catalysts Germany GmbH installed two waste heat modules from energy service provider Orcan Energy at its Nienburg site. This plant modernization will enable the automotive supplier to produce additional electricity and improve its ecobalance through sustainable energy production.
Our CEO Andreas Sichert is currently not only working on energy efficiency solutions, but also on the repercussions of the corona virus. Together with our CFO Wolfgang Brand, he has adapted Orcan over the last few weeks and has taken the following steps to organize the virtual company.
Orcan Energy, the leading CleanTech Company, which develops solutions for the use of industrial waste heat, and Adolf Gottfried Tonwerke GmbH were awarded with a prestigious industry prize for their innovative waste heat utilization project in the energy-intensive extraction of raw materials for the ceramic industry. The project received the Energy Efficiency Award in the "Energiewende 2.0" category, which the German Energy Agency (Dena) presented yesterday evening at its Energiewende-Kongress in Berlin.
The leading CleanTech company Orcan Energy has once again successfully installed its energy efficiency solution on a ship. The 5,000-tonne pusher-barge combination "Maranta", owned by the Dutch shipping company Maranta Shipping based in Alblasserdam uses an efficiency PACK to convert its waste heat from the exhaust gases and jacket cooling water into mechanical power.
Today, around half of the heat used in industry is lost. It is released into the air, even though it is very valuable. If industrial waste heat were used optimally, more than 23 terawatt hours of carbon-free, clean electricity could be generated per year in Germany alone. This in turn could supply 7.3 million, or 18 percent, of all German households.
Shipping companies around the world are currently under pressure to get their ships afloat under the new regulations of the International Maritime Organization (IMO). Thousands of water boilers that have been used to heat heavy oil have become redundant - although steam could still be used efficiently.
Almost 18 percent of all German households could already be supplied with clean electricity if we were to make the best possible use of the entire waste heat from our industry. How can this be achieved?
Orcan Energy, a leading manufacturer of energy efficiency solutions based on the proven Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology, and its joint venture partner VPower have reached a major milestone: In Myanmar, Southeast Asia, the world’s first 90-megawatt power plant fleet with 70 second-generation ORC products has been built and put into operation. "For Orcan Energy, this installation represents a giant leap towards efficient and sustainable power generation with engines," says Dr. Andreas Sichert, founder and CEO of Orcan Energy AG.
An energy-efficient cooling solution for engines and industrial processes - that's what the CleanTech company Orcan Energy now offers with its ORCAN cooler. The world's only dry-cooler that uses no electricity.
Munich, 24 July 2018 – According to the latest investment report from the International Energy Agency (IEA)*, 2017 was the third consecutive year of decline in global energy investment. Year-on-year spending on energy efficiency alone fell by eight percent in 2017.
Munich, 17. August 2016 – Energy AG has won this year's TUM Presidential Entrepreneurship Award, presented by the President of the Technical University of Munich, Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult.Wolfgang A. Herrmann. .