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ElectraTherm, a leader in small-scale heat-to-power generation, announced today that it has expanded the range of power output of its Series 4000 Green Machine generators by 15kW, now offering customers between 30-65kW of fuel-free, emission-free power from waste heat. The increased output stems from more than a year of internal product development and testing while monitoring existing fleet performance and operability.
ElectraTherm, a leader in small-scale heat to power generation, will present at the Defense Venture Catalyst Initiative (DeVenCI) workshop, hosted by the Department of Defense (DoD), on April 26, 2011. ElectraTherm is one of 32 companies, out of more than 150 nominations, selected to present on innovative commercial technologies to meet DoD needs.
ElectraTherm’s Gulf Coast distributor, Gulf Coast Green Energy (GCGE), is generating fuel-free, emission free power using the ElectraTherm heat-to-power “Green Machine” to efficiently capture excess heat generated by the cooling of a natural gas compressor internal combustion engine (ICE).