What is this Revolutionary news about?
nilsinside AB is an innovative technology company developing
a powerful sustainable motor – the Revolution Energy Converter (REC) -
which can transform low temperature gradients into power and has a wide
range of applications.
This heat engine is an extremely efficient energy converter that we believe
will change the way communities and businesses internationally generate
cheap and clean energy.
External heat engines have never been built in this way before. Based on
a totally new heat engine technology that builds on established knowledge
in heat transfer and thermodynamics controlled by computer logics, it is
difficult to compare the REC with existing technology.
The concept is simple – a highly scalable, low cost, zero carbon engine
that makes the REC an outstanding competitive solution.
The REC is a brand-new technology which has the potential to replace today's
polluting combustion engines. We believe that the REC – and its many
applications – has a multi £million market potential globally.
Key applications include: industrial waste heat to energy applications,
cheap clean high power energy generators which can deliver continuous
off-grid electric and/or mechanical work, innovative technology applications
within the transport sector and the battery sector. Other application
fields include solar motors, geothermal motors, raw methane motors, etc.
Where there are high temperature differences (when burning raw methane gas,
for example), the REC can be made small and compact, a suitable engine powering
transport in general (car, bus, truck, boat etc.).
At lower temperature differences, like waste heat recovery or solar heat,
the REC may be built in very large stationary units with a larger volume
and piston area, still able to deliver great power (e.g. power plants for
electricity) but from a low temperature difference.
The REC innovation will drastically help to reach many of the UN global
climate goals. The REC is incentivising an affordable clean energy revolution
solving climate change and driving economic growth through industry innovation.