The history of Spilling in brief.
Sale of the CHP unit division PowerTherm® Energie Systeme GmbH and focus of Spilling on steam power plants and expansion machines. Miturbo Umwelttechnik GmbH and BioCycle Beteiligung GmbH become equal partners of the company.
BioCycle Beteiligungen GmbH becomes a shareholder of Spilling Energie Systeme. Christian Ancker takes over the in leadership of the company.
The turbine business of the Miturbo Group is relocated from Northrhine Westfalia to Hamburg and integrated in Spilling. Spilling now offers both steam engines and steam turbines from one source.
Spilling is a 100% subsidiary of Miturbo Umwelttechnik GmbH & Co. KG and operates under the new name Spilling Energie Systeme GmbH. In the course of the reorganisation, Spilling expands its product line to include the gas engine CHP unit PowerTherm® with the output range of 20 kWel.
Spilling introduces dry-run technology in all steam engine design series.
The Spilling engines continue to be developed further and used in the natural gas supply business to utilise the pressure gradient between pipeline and consumer grid.