Introducing… 3C - Turbines

GARD 3C Turbines Energy Transition

3C is an exciting turbine technology which allows us to re-define the power generation efficiency and use of steam.

Re-enstates H20 molecular behaviour during the 3C thermodynamic cycle process (Compress-Cool-Condense)

Enables an Energy Transition Solution, whilst implying a more balanced process.

A process which has the dynamics to by-pass energy transition challenges…

…and meet Global targets for 2030

3C Module – Animation Video

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Planned Projects

3C-Turbines have the capability to retrofit on existing power plants whilst producing cleaner energy more economically and efficiently. This energy transition technology applies to all sources of steam including Geothermal, Solar, & SMR, as viable and sustainable contributor to the provision of clean energy to meet an increasing global demand by 2030, whilst reducing emissions.

GARD 3C Turbines Energy Transition

Applications for electricity generation from STEAM

  • Existing Power Plants 
  • Industrial Heat Waste

Benefits of Small Modular Turbines

  • Optimum power output (base load)
  • No downtime for maintenance
  • Lower carbon footprint
  • Elimination of cooling towers
  • Lower capex and opex

We are currently working with partners to develop MK1 of this new turbine as we progress towards developing modular commercial scale 3C-Turbine units for the Global energy transition challenge.

Current Activities

 Prototyping 3C Turbine using Additive Manufacturing Process

Working with Private Sector Partners & Governments

Planning small scale energy transition projects


Stay in touch

GARD 3C Turbines Energy Transition
GARD 3C Turbines Energy Transition

If you would like to hear more about our 3C-Turbine technology and the C-Gen journey, get in touch with our Technology Director, Yerasimos Angelis.

Project inquiries contact email [email protected]


Join our C-Gen Team in Berlin!

3C – Turbines

World Geothermal Congress 2020+1

World Geothermal Congress  Paper 

Proceedings World Geothermal Congress 2020 (WGC 2020+1), Reykjavik, Iceland, April 26 – May 2, 2020

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