First Climeon WHR steam turbines on Viking Glory

The first prototype for ships of Climeon's Heat Power Module was installed on board Viking Grace (pictured).

Climeon, the Sweden-based clean tech firm, is to install its first steam turbines for waste heat recovery from engine exhaust gases aboard the Viking Glory. Combining the installation with the company''s Climeon Heat Power modules will achieve CO2 savings of 4,000 tonnes per year, according to the company.

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