Heaten and Südzucker announce collaboration on heat pumps
Heaten and Südzucker announce a strategic collaboration to decarbonise sugar and other production processes by deploying Heaten’s HeatBooster across its facilities. In early 2024, Heaten will deliver the first HeatBooster industrial heat pumps to Südzucker, one of the largest food producers in the world. The heat pumps will provide high temperature steam for a wide range of processes.
“This collaboration marks a major milestone for Heaten,” says Wendy Lam Olsen, Chair of the Board of Heaten. “The strategic collaboration will accelerate the scale-up of the company as it aims to become the leading provider of next-generation industrial heat pumps.”
Heaten provides heat pumps to decarbonise industrial heat, supplying hot water or steam up to 200°C by using waste heat. The HeatBooster provides high efficiency with unmatched size and flexibility – the 1-8 MW heat pumps can be combined to provide over 50 MW. The piston-based technology is mature, with earlier versions of the machine operating for more than 30,000 hours in the field.
16 November 2023