Delivering sustainable energy to humanity
Achieve a whole new level of efficiency &
GHG emissions reduction in the combustion with
Efenco High Energy Ray Ceramic chip installation
HERC is a robust, reliable, & self-powered solution that initiates plasma-assisted combustion (PAC) in the industrial furnace.
HERC boosts combustion efficiency and lowers GHG emissions by unprecedented +18%.
HERC is designed to be retrofitted in existing industrial boiler systems to gain a higher return on assets and lower OPEX.
CAPEX investment break-even in 1.5 years
HERC, interacting with a flame...
...converts waste heat from combustion into...
plasma assisted combustion
Natural gas to Hydrogen cost reduction
Reduction of CO2
For industries like
Pulp and paper
District heating & other HTPH services
We address >1MW high-temperature process heat (HTPH) companies on their path to CO2 neutrality.
2KW proof of concept prototype
6W proof of
0,7MW industrial validation
Acquired over 3.25m€ grants funding
What has been accomplished so far?
Where are we at today?
Retrofit full launch
What we do
Plasma Assisted Combustion is a fundamental physics principle, already known for tens of years, but only now being made commercially viably available due to the material science breakthrough.
Simply put— combustion burner will deliver 18% more energy output with the same amount of fuel burned. If Efenco’s patented technology would have been fully deployed already today, it’s total savings would be more than energy produced with solar worldwide.
Our mission is to deliver sustainable energy to humanity by rediscovering energy conversion solutions and increasing energy awareness.
We make it happen by developing perspective-changing energy conversion technologies along with state-of-the-art energy awareness information systems.
Our goal is to reduce energy waste in inefficient conversions and achieve a sustainable energy balance with the planet.
Our ambition is to eliminate one day's worth of carbon footprint consumed per year by 2030.
Note: As humanity, we currently consume ~82 million tons of CO2 per day.