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Case Study: Seamless Waste Heat Integration


Decarbonizing Industrial Manufacturing With Facility Waste Heat Integration

Industrial decarbonization projects can result in substantial emission reduction and efficiency gains at a facility, but they can also bring challenges. Major concerns for industrial manufacturers are downtime and operational impacts, particularly during the integration of new or upgraded equipment into existing on-site process heat sources.

At Skyven, we know that downtime to existing plant operations is not an option when decarbonizing your facility. We developed our Skyven Arcturus Steam-Generating Heat Pump (SGHP) to deeply decarbonize industrial steam with seamless integration at the waste heat source and into the steam header – leading to no unplanned facility downtime during installation or operation.

Skyven has the experience and knowledge necessary to interact and integrate with waste heat sources at manufacturing facilities, ensuring no disruption to operations. We have demonstrated this capability through the execution of six decarbonization projects with California Dairies, Inc (CDI), a multibillion-dollar dairy manufacturing company that requires 24/7/365 facility uptime.

Read on below and download the case study to explore how Skyven decarbonized industrial process heat with full facility waste heat integration, no impact to operations, and no capex required.


  • Innovative Energy-as-a-Service Model: Learn how CDI benefited from Skyven’s proven EaaS model, enabling them to incorporate sustainable solutions with no CapEx, minimal risk, and immediate operational savings.
  • Project Execution: Discover how CDI was able to maintain its production quality and have no unplanned downtime throughout the Skyven implementation and ongoing maintenance of these projects.
  • Decarbonizing Operations: Witness the tangible outcomes of this partnership as six decarbonization projects were implemented across CDI’s Turlock South and Visalia facilities, resulting in a significant annual reduction of over 7,000 MT CO₂ and more than 110,000 MMBtu of natural gas.

When everyone wins, the planet wins.

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