Atlas Copco Energas and STRABAG Umwelttechnik cooperate on industrial and high-performance heat pumps
Atlas Copco Energas GmbH and STRABAG Umwelttechnik GmbH (operating in the Dresden-based business area plant engineering and construction) have agreed on an extensive cooperation in the area of industrial and high-performance heat pumps. The two companies will work together to bundle their respective resources and capacities, with the goal of further improving customer focus in the vastly growing market for large-scale heat pumps. Furthermore, Atlas Copco Energas and STRABAG Umwelttechnik want to position themselves to meet future market requirements.
Highly efficient and climate-friendly generation of steam and heat
The cooperation agreement covers heat pumps (upward of 5 MW in thermal power) used for industrial heat and steam supply, and for heat generation supplying district heating. Specifically, the co-developed STRABAG and Atlas Copco Energas systems are to be used for generating waste and ambient heat in a highly efficient and climate-friendly manner to produce process heat and steam.
Atlas Copco Energas, which is part of company’s Gas and Process Division, brings proven expertise and experience in turbocompressor technology to the table, while STRABAG provides vast know-how designing and building plants for energy and environmental projects.
With their involvement, the two companies are seeking to support a lower-carbon future, while reducing fossil fuel dependence. â€žWe have successfully realized projects together before. This is a proven partnership, and we are convinced that it will be an ideal platform for providing customized large-scale industrial heat pump solutions to the market,“ said Daniel Springmann, General Manager of Atlas Copco Energas GmbH. â€žThe partnership with Atlas Copco Energas enables us to develop highly efficient heat pump systems tailored and optimized to specific customer needs,“ said Thomas BÃ¼chner, General Manager of STRABAG Umwelttechnik GmbH.
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