Cooling and power regeneration system with compressed air for power demand leveling and peak shaving applications.
Combined three-stage process resulting in cooling and regeneration for standalone, edge computing, modular data centers, using compressed air stored during night-time hours and discharged at peak demand times taking advantage of the lowest cost form of energy storage. Allows up to 100% daytime power utilization for IT loads where the heat from microprocessors raises the compressed air energy-storage efficiency and the system gains further electrical power recovered via high speed turbine. Looking for technology demonstrator applications
HYPER-SPLIT II ™
Cooling power conversion and hydrogen from heat under 100ºC
Combined multi-stage system with power conversion, mass transfer, and hydrogen generation using energy from low-grade heat at temperatures between 55ºC to 85ºC.
Concept validated Currently undergoing patent application process.
Technology demonstrator project already started.
Potential to scale this technology from in-shelf miniature applications to mega-pod scale. Looking for motivated partnership for diverse demonstrator applications.