Turbonik's MDT-300 micro-steam turbine helps steam-processing companies generate
more electricity from their steam. With an electrical output of up to 300 kW and 2.4
GWh per year of electricity, the innovative business idea is also economically attractive
for small plants and steam volumes. The micro steam turbine was introduced to the
general public at E-world energy & water in February this year. The energy supplier
Oberhausen AG has already installed the turbine and will generate 300,000 kWh of
electricity per year in the future. This corresponds to a consumption of 70 four-person
households. The start-up Turbonics of Björn Bülten, Martin Daft and Johannes Grob is a
spin-off of the Fraunhofer Institute Umsicht.
What: Micro steam turbine
Founded: 2017
Special feature: Can generate 40 percent more electricity than comparable turbines

Based in

Carlo-Schmid-Allee 3, 44263 Dortmund, Germania

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