Noting that before Erensan there was just one company in the world, a Danish firm, that manufactured 'wastewater boilers', Çeviker states: "We installed the boilers on an energy ship belonging to Karadeniz Holding. These boilers decrease energy costs by 30 percent. Of course, the process involved significant Research and Development work. A number of systems were implemented for the first time in the world on this ship, which alone can provide the electricity needs for a city with a population of 200,000. Right now, ships are producing electricity in countries such as Pakistan and Iraq."
The company's innovations are not limited to those already mentioned. Erensan is also deeply involved in energy efficiency, and has developed a system of regenerating energy from waste gas and water steam. With boilers that are able to redirect steam and exhaust emissions generally released as waste by factories into viable energy sources, Erensan provides energy efficiency that will be reflected on electricity bills in the manner of decreases down to 40 percent.
FRANCE'S ATLANTIC GROUP TAKES ON PARTNERSHIP RESULTING IN INCREASED PRODUCTION
The French Atlantic Group, which rakes in 840 million Euros in annual revenue from operations in the air conditioning sector and has 4,200 employees, purchased 25 percent of Erensan, joining the firms at the end of 2011. As part of the partnership agreement between Erensan and Atlantic, Erensan will now be producing a number of boilers and heating systems included in Atlantic Group's product range.