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http://www.heat2power.net/

heat2power starts proposing its engine as an alternative for Stirling engines, Steam engines or Organic Rankine engines in solar energy applications. Concentrated sunlight in fact creates high temperature heat sources that can be used by external heat engines. Where conventional engines in this type of applications cost about 1000-2000€ per kW heat2power has the only technology that makes use of mass produced automotive engine technology and is therefore able to propose engines in the 100-150€ per kW range. See our solar applications page for more information.

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