Waste Heat Recovery for Power Valorisation with Organic Rankine Cycle Technology in Energy Intensive Industries

The main objective of TASIO project is to develop solutions dealing with the development of Waste Heat Recovery Systems (WHRS) based on the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology.

These solutions are able to recover the waste heat produced in energetic intensive (EII) processes of industrial sectors such as cement, glass, steelmaking and petrochemical and transform it into useful energy for internal or external use.

Furthermore, WHRS are also developed and tested to recover and transform the thermal energy of the flue gases of EII into mechanical energy for internal use (compressors).

Innovative direct heat exchangers are developed within this project and all these aspects are completed by the design and modelling of a new integrated monitoring and control system for the addressed sectors.


TASIO Project has been funded under HORIZON 2020 PROGRAMME – Energy Efficiency (Grant Agreement No. 637189). The Project has started on December 01, 2014, and will last for 42 months.



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Private workshop organized by EBRD

Turboden attended a private workshop organized by EBRD in London in May 2017.



Turboden attended a seminar organized by IFC in Ankara, October 2016.


Italcogen Conference - Key Energy

Turboden presented TASIO Italcogen Conference in Key Energy, held in Rimini in November 2016.



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M30 meeting hosted in Budapest

GEONARDO hosted the M30 meeting in Budapest (Hungary) on 23-24 May 2017.


Civil works in demonstration site start January 2017

The works for the installation of the final industrial demonstrator have begun.


Compressed air produced December 2016

In December 2016 the concept of creating compressed air from the postcombustion gases was tested succesfully.