Climeon aims to improve our world through use of smart business. The goal is to make the world a better place via brilliant innovations that challenge established truths and ensure customer satisfaction.

Thomas Öström, took entrepreneurship to a new level when he decided to tackle one of humanity’s biggest issues today : the global energy and
climate crisis.

The Climeon Ocean™ has already won several awards and the Climeon team has managed to create one of the major energy innovations made in the last 50 years.

We are very proud to have been part of this design and to have had the fortune to meet all the great people at Climeon.

Climeon is a new born brand, founded in spring of 2011. They have involved us in the broad scope from brand identity to a sleek, super-efficient modular product, fulfilling customer ROI benefits.


The story

This is an amazing story based on a dream to solve environmental problems considered impossible by most, and the coincidence that two brilliant people with a shared interest end up as neighbours. While their family’s believed they were taking gardening to a new level, Thomas Öström, founder & CEO, who holds a MSc in Computer and Control Engineering, and Dr. Joachim Karthäuser, an expert in chemistry met across the garden hedge and managed to develop a concept for one of the major energy innovations made in the last 50 years. Together they developed a concept that could convert heat into energy and essentially into 100 % clean electricity. They called it the “C3 Technology”.

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Small Carbon Footprint

More than 50% of the energy in the world is wasted as heat. This is one of the biggest untapped resources in the world. The Climeon Ocean™ converts energy into clean electricity at low temperatures that were previously unfeasible.

Turning waste heat into a valuable asset

Climeon’s technology is well fitted to utilize heat at temperatures below 100°C, which tends to be where the largest amount of waste heat is found. For many customers this means that heat, which was previously perceived as a problem, can now be considered an asset.


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