ElectraTherm has changed the name of its product line from the Green Machine to the Power+ Generator. The company said the new name was developed to better describe the product and its primary function.
ElectraTherm, a leader in distributed, waste heat to power generation, commissioned its second Green Machine at an integrated wood products mill in Wallowa, Oregon.
ElectraTherm and its Eastern European Distributor, GB Consulting, will conduct a commissioning ceremony on May 16 at 10 a.m. in Moravska Trebova Brno, Czech Republic to celebrate the first ElectraTherm Green Machine on a biogas site in the country. The event participants will include dignitaries from the US Embassy, ElectraTherm’s Chief Executive Officer and high-level representatives from the Czech government and Brno community.
ElectraTherm has released a comprehensive report on its demonstration project in Laurel, Mississippi to generate renewable energy from hot waste water at an oil field. In 2011, ElectraTherm’s Green Machine completed its six-month demonstration to generate additional power from the hot water that oil and gas producers consider a nuisance. This is the first small-scale application to generate fuel-free, emission free power at an oil well.
ElectraTherm installed its first Green Machine in Germany at a biogas power generation facility to produce additional electricity without additional fuel or emissions.