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New employee

01/10/2020

 

Bjarke Jørgensen has joined the SaltPower team as the newest addition to the engineering department.

New Employee (3)

01/10/2020

 

Bjarke Jørgensen has joined the SaltPower team as the newest addition to the engineering department.

Industry video

25/08/2020

 

See here in this video how osmotic power can benefit your company by giving you access to clean CO2 free power.

 

Industry video

25/08/2020

 

See here in this video how osmotic power can benefit your company by giving you access to clean CO2 free power.

 

Live Power Data

11/08/2020

You can now see live power production numbers from our full scale demonstration unit. Check it out!

 

At SaltPower we are committed to fight climate change using the natural process of osmosis, with which we can built systems that runs 24/7 with no CO2 emissions what so ever.

 

The demonstrator is currently running at the facility of Nouryon/Dansk Salt A/S in Mariager.

Live Power Output

11/08/2020

You can now see live power production numbers from our full scale demonstration unit. Check it out!

 

At SaltPower we are committed to fight climate change using the natural process of osmosis, with which we can built systems that runs 24/7 with no CO2 emissions what so ever.

 

The demonstrator is currently running at the facility of Nouryon/Dansk Salt A/S in Mariager.

New Engineering Manager

03/08/2020

We are pleased to welcome Bjarne Andresen at SaltPower. Bjarne will head our growing engineering department, which will be paramount as we start rolling out the technology at our customers.

New employee (2)

03/08/2020

We are pleased to welcome Bjarne Andresen at SaltPower. Bjarne will head our growing engineering department, which will be paramount as we start rolling out the technology at our customers.

How does salt and water turn into energy?

11/06/2020

 

 

This video gives an introduction to osmosis and the SaltPower technology that produces energy by Pressure Retarded Osmosis.

 

SaltPower video

11/06/2020

 

 

This video gives an introduction to osmosis and the SaltPower technology that produces energy by Pressure Retarded Osmosis.

 

We are hiring

04/06/2020

 

We are looking for two new engineers for our engineering department. 

Mechatronic Engineer

 

Electronics Engineer

We are hiring

04/06/2020

 

We are looking for two new engineers for our engineering department. 

Mechatronic Engineer

 

Electronics Engineer

EUDP kickoff meeting

20/02/2020

 

Successful kickoff meeting for the EUDP project 'Control methods and components for osmotic power and harsh environments'.

EUDP kickoff meeting

20/02/2020

 

Successful kickoff meeting for the EUDP project 'Control methods and components for osmotic power and harsh environments'.

New employee

1/12/2019

Mathilde Flemming Bindseil has joined the SaltPower team where she will work as a Process Design Engineer.

New employee

1/12/2019

Mathilde Flemming Bindseil has joined the SaltPower team where she will work as a Process Design Engineer.

New CEO at SaltPower

1/11/2019

Lars Storm Pedersen appointed new CEO of SaltPower. Lars has a long background in the power plant industry and comes from a position at Haldor Topsøe, where he has been heading a range of new green initiatives. He is an experienced international leader with a strong track recorded within innovation and green technologies. 

At SaltPower Lars will focus on bringing our patented osmotic power technology to market and to further grow the company.

New employee (1)

1/11/2019

Lars Storm Pedersen appointed new CEO of SaltPower. Lars has a long background in the power plant industry and comes from a position at Haldor Topsøe, where he has been heading a range of new green initiatives. He is an experienced international leader with a strong track recorded within innovation and green technologies. 

At SaltPower Lars will focus on bringing our patented osmotic power technology to market and to further grow the company.

Power generation from flooded gas storage

8/10/2019

Water from a flooded gas storage north of Viborg can be utilized to demonstrate the use of Pressure Retarded Osmosis to produce energy.

For more information read ing.dk.

Power generation from flooded gas storage

8/10/2019

Water from a flooded gas storage north of Viborg can be utilized to demonstrate the use of Pressure Retarded Osmosis to produce energy.

For more information read ing.dk.

SaltPower mentioned in JydskeVestkysten

20/9/2019

jv.dk

SaltPower mentioned in JydskeVestkysten

20/9/2019

jv.dk

SaltPower awarded EUDP project

1/8/2019

Project title: Control methods and components for osmotic power and harsh environments.

Project number: 64019-0102.

In this project the aim is to further improve the technology by implementing novel control methods developed by IDE Projects ltd for membrane systems. This project will help to work more efficiently in harsh environments.

For more information go to energiteknologi.dk and energiforskning.dk.

 

SaltPower awarded EUDP project

1/8/2019

Project title: Control methods and components for osmotic power and harsh environments.

Project number: 64019-0102.

In this project the aim is to further improve the technology by implementing novel control methods developed by IDE Projects ltd for membrane systems. This project will help to work more efficiently in harsh environments.

For more information go to energiteknologi.dk and energiforskning.dk.

 

SaltPower at Universe

25/5/2019

In collaboration with Universe science park and EUDP, SaltPower has developed an exhibition to teach children about osmosis and osmotic power. Experience the SaltPower technology at Universe science park.

For more information go to Universe.dk.

SaltPower at Universe

25/5/2019

In collaboration with Universe science park and EUDP, SaltPower has developed an exhibition to teach children about osmosis and osmotic power. Experience the SaltPower technology at Universe science park.

For more information go to Universe.dk.

Producing green electricity from salt in Denmark

1/3/2019

Pilot project in collaboration with Nouryon in Mariager to implement PRO technology in the salt industry

For more information go to Nouryon.com.

 

Producing green electricity from salt in Denmark

1/3/2019

Pilot project in collaboration with Nouryon in Mariager to implement PRO technology in the salt industry

For more information go to Nouryon.com.

 

The invisible waterfalls

1/11/2018

That one can extract energy by mixing saltwater and freshwater sounds almost too good to be true. But efforts are now being made to make technology that can make this "SaltPower" commercially viable. 

Article written in danish.

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De usynlige vandfald

1/11/2018

That one can extract energy by mixing saltwater and freshwater sounds almost too good to be true. But efforts are now being made to make technology that can make this "SaltPower" commercially viable. 

Article written in danish.

Read more

Engineering achievement of the year

20/12/2016

SaltPower has been named the engineering achievement of the year by the Danish newspaper "Ingeniøren" (The Engineer).

For more information read ing.dk.

SaltPower named the engineering achievement of the year by "Ingeniøren"

20/12/2016

SaltPower has been named the engineering achievement of the year by the Danish newspaper "Ingeniøren" (The Engineer).

For more information read ing.dk.

Opening of geothermal test plant in Sønderborg

29/4/2016

The new plant will use the high salinity geothermal water to produce energy by Pressure Retarded Osmosis.

For more information read ing.dk and dr.dk.

Opening of geothermal test plant in Sønderborg

29/4/2016

The new plant will use the high salinity geothermal water to produce energy by Pressure Retarded Osmosis.

For more information read ing.dk and dr.dk.

Geothermal high salinity water is the new fuel

The high salinity in geothermal water makes it ideal to use in Pressure Retarded Osmosis for energi production. 

Read more about the Project Zero in Sønderborg at projectzero.dk

Geothermal high salinity water is the new fuel

The high salinity in geothermal water makes it ideal to use in Pressure Retarded Osmosis for energi production. 

Read more about the Project Zero in Sønderborg at projectzero.dk