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OsmoBlue provides industries a sustainable and profitable solution to recycle their waste heat and generate electricity.

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Industrial/Energy
  • Location Chemin de Pierrefleur, Lausanne, VD, Switzerland
  • Currency EUR
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Company Summary

OsmoBlue enables data centers to recycle their waste heat to generate electricity. The OsmoBlue Heat Engine is scalable and can produce hundreds of kW of electricity. OsmoBlue's patented technology has the advantage of converting low-temperature heat (as low as 30°C) into electricity at a competitive cost (€2,3/W). OsmoBlue will help data centers reduce their cooling costs, lower their carbon footprint, and boost their corporate image.


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    Elodie Dahan

    Dr. Elodie Dahan graduated in microfluidics from EPFL (2008), after a M.Sc. in Electrical Eng. She worked in the R&D Team at RainDance Technologies, a biotech company (Boston,US). She worked on early stage development projects and product reliability. Her initiative and creativity brought her to work on the transfer of technology of a microfluidics project between RainDance and Sony DADC. She is the co-inventor and founder of OsmoBlue Technology.

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    Anna Laromaine

    Dr. Anna Laromaine graduated in Chemistry from the Materials Science Institute of Barcelona (CSIC) in 2005. She has a strong international experience as a postdoctoral fellow at Imperial College London (UK), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and Harvard University (USA). Her research is at the interface between Material Science, Chemical Biology and Nanotechnology. She is the co-inventor and founder of the OsmoBlue Technology.