Climate change and global development in this century increased energy demand and prices.

Total Electricity Consumption 2014: 20,301 Tw/h

Total CO2 Emissions from Fuel Combustion 2014: 31,221 MtCO2

All loose industrial steam on the air is electricity lost

Steam Energy Generator

Electricity prices in leading economies worldwide in 2014

(in U.S. dollar cents per kilowatt hour)

  • Italy
  • Germany
  • UK
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Belgium
  • Slovakia
  • France
  • Czech Republic
  • 21.01
  • 19.21
  • 15.4
  • 13.84
  • 13.64
  • 12.68
  • 12.55
  • 10.74
  • 10.47
  • Poland
  • Austria
  • Netherlands
  • US
  • Australia
  • South Africa
  • Finland
  • Canada
  • Sweden
  • 10.46
  • 10.44
  • 10.08
  • 10
  • 9.71
  • 8.97
  • 8.59
  • 8.11
  • 7.87

Steam Generator

Energy from steam

The Energy Module turns low pressure steam of 0.6 to 5 bars usually an industrial waste product into electrical energy. With zero CO2 emissions.

No additional energy resources are required. Not a single ounce of gas or coal or oil, no wind turbine and no solar system is needed to operate the Energy Module.

Steam Generator Markets

Food Industry
Cooling water in block heat-and-power plants
Processed water in the chemicals industry
Block heat-and-power plant operators
Aluminium smelters
Solar thermic

Steam Generator Benefits

Saving fossil fuels
Environmental aspect
Using your own, self-made and clean energy
Reducing costs for procuring (fossil) energy
Feeding the produced energy into a public grid
Quick amortization of procurement costs
Reducing CO2 emissions
Certificates for emissions trading

The waste heat given off in industrial processes in the low-temperature range up to 100°C constitutes an energy potential in all industrialized countries that is left largely untapped. EAWC Technologies offers a unique process for generating an electric current from low-temperature heat, thus enabling the potential from the heat produced as a discarded by-product of many industrial processes to be made use of.

In addition to this, the process can also be applied to generate electricity by utilizing the heat from other sources, including: solar energy; geothermal heat; technically conditioned waste heat flows from power stations; and, combined heat-and-power (CHP) plants.

Through the specific utilization of low-temperature heat for the generation of electricity, a major worldwide contribution could be made to reducing the consumption of fossil energy resources and cutting down on CO2 emissions.

The system can be applied, for instance, by utilizing the waste heat from liquid media at temperatures above 70°C.

The unique breakthrough that the energy modul has achieved is to make use of existing, but up to now completely neglected resources to produce electrical energy. With the Energy Module, low-pressure steam that to-date was considered as a waste product deriving from a range of industrial processes, is transformed into electrical energy - a significant step forward in zero-carbon power generation, having both economic and environmental benefits.

Module Type Pressure (bar) Output (kWel) Production (kWh/a)
EM-55 1,5 55 440.000
EM-75 2 75 600.000
EM-100 3 100 800.000
EM-150 5 150 1.200.000

Top 5 CO2 emissions:

1. China: 8,337 MTCO2

2. USA: 5,312 MTCO2

3. EU28: 3,483 MTCO2

4. India: 2,187 MTCO2

5. Russia: 1,676 MTCO2