Controlled Thermal Energy Engineering (CTEE)

60 Hazelwood Dr. Champaign, IL

CTEE (Controlled Thermal Energy Engineering) is developing novel thermal energy conversion technologies which increase a system’s energy-efficiency by capturing and recycling heat. Low-level or otherwise underutilized heat sources are employed via metal-alloy and hydrogen interaction characteristics. The technology allows a heat-driven system to autonomously operate in three types of thermodynamic cycles: cooling, heat-pump and heat up-grade modes.