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Accelerating transformation for a better world

Turbocharging was invented more than a century ago with the sole purpose of improving efficiency, and thus reducing environmental impact with less fuel, less emission. This is the DNA of our business. Moving further, we are committed to delivering solutions that help accelerate industry transformation towards a decarbonized world.

Daniel Bischofberger, CEO of Accelleron

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Upcoming event

CARILEC Engineering & Procurement Conference & Exhibition

  • 21-25 Jul, 2024
  • Sonesta Maho Resort, Sint Maarten

Join us for the CARILEC Engineering & Procurement Conference, a key event for power producers and utilities from more than 25 member counties in the Caribbean, Central America and South America. This annual event facilitates the gathering of major industry stakeholders including engineers, RE experts, regulators, academia, and regional utility leaders as they discuss the latest trends, challenges, innovations, and best practices for securing reliable and efficient energy production. 

Accelleron is proud to be a Gold Sponsor for this year’s conference. Please visit us in booth #4.

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How additive manufacturing provides greater design flexibility for the next innovation step in turbocharger performance

Additive manufacturing is changing the face of turbocharger development, providing considerably greater flexibility, driving innovation and supporting older turbochargers.

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100 Years of Industrial Turbocharging

The year 2024 marks the 100th anniversary of the first turbocharger for large engines. Turbochargers are now a standard piece of equipment in any large application powered by an internal combustion engine, from ships and locomotives, to power plants and data centers. 

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Driving efficiency with 2-stroke marine engines

There are multiple paths for ship owners to make their vessels more efficient. Reducing emissions at their source by increasing the efficiency of 2-stroke marine engines has a direct positive impact on fuel expenses, CO2 emissions and ship efficiency.

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