Nirvana Energy Systems

Nirvana Energy Systems

Nirvana Energy Systems converts waste heat(or any fuel) into reliable electricity and heating(or cooling) with >90% performance efficiency.

Company Details

Location
Ohio, United States
Founded
2013
Employees
11-25
Funding
USD $1M-$5M
Fundraising
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Management Team

Lambertus Hesselink

CEO

    James Gibbons

    Chairman

      William Aitkenhead

      Senior Engineering Director

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        About Nirvana Energy Systems

        Problem

        Currently, there is a challenge to provide uninterrupted supply of low-carbon/renewable energy for heating and electricity on a large scale. There is also a need to provide highly efficient, economical, HFC-free cryocooling.

        Solution

        Patented ‘Thermo Acoustic Power Stick™(TAPS™) technology for fast response, highly stable hybrid solar/gas electricity, heating-cooling and combined heat and power generation for on or off-grid applications.

        Differentiator

        Unique patented system architecture enabling lowest levelized cost of energy(LCOE), making solar and wind dispatchable. External heat engine enables utilizing any fuel, including gas, hydrogen, nuclear, diesel, and biofuel.

        Biggest Achievements

        Built product prototypes which were tested by key customer, enabling further product development leading to 2021 product launch.