Swedish Stirling, a clean-tech company that converts toxic gases into electricity, this week opened a new pilot operation at Samancor Chrome’s TC Smelter in Mooinooi. 

The company’s offering, known as the PWR BLOK 400-F, is a containerised solution, each consisting of 14 Stirling engines that are able to use the heat from gases emitted by a smelter and convert it back into electricity. ..

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