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nilsinside AB proudly presents
the Green Revolution Energy Converter - the GREC

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What is this Green Revolutionary news about?

nilsinside AB is an innovative technology company developing a powerful sustainable motor – the Green Revolution Energy Converter (GREC) - 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 emission-free and clean energy.

The GREC is a totally new heat engine technology that builds on established knowledge in heat transfer and thermodynamics. It's difficult to compare the GREC with existing technology because external heat engines have never been built in this way before. You may think of the GREC as a revolving Carnot heat engine controlled by computer logics.
The concept is simple – an electric motor moves air between a hot and a cold space. The pressure change and volume change that the air gets as it moves back and forth produces significantly more power than the electric motor consumes.
This is a highly scalable, low cost, zero carbon engine that makes the GREC an outstanding competitive solution.

Awesome applications

The brand-new GREC technology has the potential to replace today's polluting combustion engines. We believe that the GREC – and its many applications – has a multi £million market potential globally.
Key applications include:

  • cheap clean high power energy generators which can deliver continuous off-grid electric and/or mechanical work,

  • industrial waste heat to energy,

  • geothermal motors,

  • direct solar to motion,

  • innovative technology within the energy storage sector,

  • emission-free technology within the transport sector,

  • very efficient hydrogen motors,

Where there are high temperature differences (like burning hydrogen for example), the GREC 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 GREC 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 GREC innovation will drastically help to reach many of the UN global climate goals. The GREC is incentivising an affordable clean green energy revolution solving climate change and driving economic growth through industry innovation.

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