Kalina Power Cycle Technology (Germany)
Exorka International Limited, through its subsidiaries, is a global sub-licensee for the Kalina power cycle technology. The Kalina power cycle is a more efficient technology for converting low to mid temperature (100°C to 200°C) heat sources into electricity (compared with more traditional thermodynamic cycles). In simple terms, the Kalina cycle is a Rankine cycle that uses a mixture of elements as its working fluid instead of water or organic hydro-carbons used in conventional Rankine or organic Rankine applications respectively. The mixture used for Kalina is ammonia and water (the “working fluid”). Apart from the working fluid, all of the other elements of a Kalina power plant are conventional. The hardware is familiar to any power engineer and includes heat exchangers, turbine-generators piping, pumps and control systems. The “sweet spot” for Kalina lies in the range spanning 100°C to 200°C (and in some cases higher temperatures). The majority of the world’s geothermal resources lies in this temperature range but remains to date mostly undeveloped. For more information, contact: Exorka International Limited Exorka GmbH Elisabethstrasse 91 80797 Munich Germany Phone +49.89.59082348 Fax +49.89.59081336 E-mail: info@exorka.com Web: www.exorka.com
Sector: Renewable Energy Technologies
Country: India
Area of Application: Geothermal energy
Keywords: Kalina, power cycle technology
Advantages: Kalina systems are safe, offer high efficiency and are cost competitive
Environmental aspects: Energy efficiency
Development Status: Fully Commercialized
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Contact Person: UN-ESCAP/APCTT
Address: C-2 Qutab Institutional Area
City: New Delhi
Country: India
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