Bitzer has acquired Czech company BPOWER, which allows Bitzer to offer components and Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems for generating power from waste heat, making an important contribution to decarbonisation and also enabling system integration. Efficient use of waste heat in the industry can go a long way in helping to make production more energy-efficient, reduce carbon emissions and thus achieve climate targets.
'We are delighted to welcome a new member, BPOWER, to the Bitzer Group, which allows us to manufacture components and ORC systems as well as offer system integration,' said Christian Wehrle, CEO of the Bitzer Group. 'Thanks to BPOWER, end users will have access to the full range of necessary ORC services, including planning, project engineering, installation and customer service.'
The BPOWER product portfolio comprises solutions for exploiting waste heat in the industry, heat recovery in combined heat and power systems, and power generation from biomass. The company offers services for planning, engineering, commissioning and overseeing ORC systems around the world.
Jirí Musílek, the former majority shareholder of BPOWER, will continue to advance the company for Bitzer as managing director. Founded in 2009, the company has 24 employees and has installed more than 300 systems worldwide so far.
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