Open House of Energy Technology successful

The Department of Energy Technology presented its research and infra during the Open House Day on 21 October.

The evet arranged for the third time gathered around 150 visitors from Aalto University and stakeholder partners. Slag2PCC pilot, the winner of the Caltechin RESONATE AWARD 2015 interested many, but also the Rankine Cycler® laboratory mini steam power plant acquired for students' use, the internal combustion engine research, self-pressurizing combustion and the zero energy emulator were popular.  

 

 

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