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Alfa Laval and Orcan Energy have signed a sales cooperation agreement covering marine energy efficiency solutions based on Orcan’s Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology.

The link-up forms part of Alfa Laval’s strategy to develop partnerships with other stakeholders to move forward on the industry’s decarbonisation and energy efficiency goals.

Orcan Energy develops and manufactures ORC solutions for the direct conversion of waste heat energy into electricity. Under the new cooperation agreement, the company’s technology will be marketed and sold by Alfa Laval to the marine market.

Alfa Laval, whose plate heat exchangers are an integral component of Orcan Energy’s products, will further develop and market the renamed ORC solutions.

‘Strategic cooperation is an important building block in our commercialisation strategy, said Dr Andreas Sichert, CEO of Orcan Energy.

‘Alfa Laval, as a trusted global supplier with more than 100 years of marine experience, is a strong partner and the right choice for implementing ORC technology in the marine sector. The partnership is having a major impact, supporting ship operators’ growing need for solutions to decarbonize their vessels.

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