At IR Power, we don't just provide power technologies; we revolutionize the way industries optimize by recycling waste. Here's why choosing us is your smartest move:
Electricity Recycling: We're pioneers in recycling wasted electricity. Watch your energy bills shrink as we capture and reuse power once lost to heat.
Retrofit Innovation: Our retrofit solutions breathe new life into your machinery. We turn legacy equipment into high-efficiency powerhouses.
Proven Expertise: Our team of industry experts has a track record of transforming power consumption and sustainability.
Easy Rental Model: We rent our system to you with you paying for what functions you use and according to the energy recycling volumes at your plant.
Real-World Impact: Don't just take our word for it; see tangible results from Tier 1 providers in automotive and shipping.
We are part of the MWNW group of companies.
IR Power Limited is owned by the MWNW group of Aberdeen. The MWNW group are innovators and investors in technologies enabling the energy transition. The group is known for challenging traditional methods in order to bring substantial carbon emission reductions to industry through adoption of our technology portfolio. For more about the group's activities and innovation portfolio, visit the group web-site.
A rich history, a bright future
Technology from BP
FIRST CONCEPTS PROVEN IN THE LABS OF A GIANT
The flywheel energy storage system that becomes the IR Power powERS product is invented and built in the laboratories of BP with the assistance of Rolls Royce. The safety case and safety proving of the technology to this day remains unique in the field of flywheels deployed into industrial environments.
FIRST OF TYPE MACHINE PROVEN ON PORT MACHINERY
The University of Reading's engineers working with NIDEC SR Drives and leaders in the UK advanced manufacturing supply chain build the first of type machines. The project is supported by Innovate UK and UK Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. The technology is proven to power the lift of 40t containers at a Top 50 shipping container terminal.