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Bio-En Power Adds ORC to Ont. Anaerobic Digester Plant (Ind. Report)
Clean Energy Technologies,Woolwich Bio-En
Date: 2019-02-27
Costa Mesa, California-based Clean Energy Technologies (CETY) is reporting the installation of a Clean Cycle II Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) unit at Elmira, Ontario-based Bio-En Power Inc's anaerobic digester power plant in Woolwich, Ontario. The plant utilizes two Jenbacher JGC420 generators to produce 1426 kW of electricity each, as well as waste heat.

CETY's Clean Cycle II ORC utilizes the plants wasted heat lost to the atmosphere through the exhaust stream to essentially produce free electricity resulting in an expected annual electrical savings of 769,149 kWh.

CETY's proprietary heat recovery systems are 140kW and are right in the sweet spot where user's needs are the highest. CETY is also excited about entering the large high rise market with its first installation slated for the 1540 Broadway high rise building in Manhattan, according to the company. (Source: Clean Energy Technologies, PR, 26 Feb., 2019) Contact: Clean Energy Technologies, Kam Mahdi, CEO , (949) 273-4990 Fax Number: (949) 273-4990 www.cetyinc.com;Bio-En, Power Inc., (519) 669-3777. (519) 669-5982 -fax, ptaylor@bio-enpower.com, www.bio-enpower.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News anaerobic digester,  anaerobic digestion ,  Clean Energy Technologies,  


Biomass Power, Clean Energy Technologies Ink Cross Promotion Agreement (Ind. Report)
Clean Energy Technologies,Biomass Power Ltd
Date: 2018-06-11
In the Golden State, Costa Mesa-based Clean Energy Technologies (CET), Inc. reports it has inked a cross promotion agreement with biomass waste-to-energy power specialist Biomass Power Limited (BPL). The two firms have agreed cross refer customers and promote and solicit orders for their their own and each others products.

BPL has incorporated CET Clean Cycle II™ Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) heat recovery generator into its waste to energy power plants. The company estimates that between one to four Clean Cycle II™ ORC heat recovery generators will be used in each family of BPL-TEC Stepped Grate Gasification plants built by BPL.

Clean Energy technology allows municipal, commercial, and industrial generating wasted heat from industrial processes or energy production, to improve fuel energy efficiency and reduce maintenance costs for heat recovery. (Source: Clean Energy Technologies, Inc. Contact: Clean Energy Technologies, Inc. Kam Mahdi, CEO, 949-273-4990 x814, kmahdi@cetyinc.com, www.cetyinc.com : Biomass Power Ltd., Ben Talbott, CEO, +44 01 785 240 092 , enquiries@biomasspower.co.uk, www.biomasspower.co.uk

More Low-Carbon Energy News Clean Energy Technologies,  Biomass Power Ltd.,  Biomass,  Waste-to-Energy,  


Turboden Touting 300th Biomass Plant Sale (Int'l Report)
Turboden
Date: 2018-06-06
Brescia, Italy-headquartered Turboden SpA is reporting the sale of its 300th Organic Rankine Cycle biomass plant.

The Rankine Cycle is a thermodynamic cycle that converts heat into work. The heat is supplied to a closed loop, which typically uses water as working fluid. The Organic Rankine Cycle's principle is based on a turbogenerator working as a conventional steam turbine to transform thermal energy into mechanical energy and finally into electric energy through an electrical generator. Instead of generating steam from water, the ORC-system vaporizes an organic fluid, characterized by a molecular mass higher than that of water, which leads to a slower rotation of the turbine, lower pressures and no erosion of the metal parts and blades. (Source: Turboden, PR, 5 June, 2018) Contact: Turboden, Brescia - Italy tel +39 030 3552001 www.turboden.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Turboden,  Biomass,  Rankine Cycle ,  


Aalborg CSP Solar System Facility Launched in Denmark (Int'l)
Aalborg CSP
Date: 2018-03-21
Denmark-based Aalborg CSP reports the opening of a €45 million ($55.2 million) solar renewable heat and power facility in the town of Br√łnderslev, Denmark. The facility is the first combined heat and power (CHP) plant in the world to integrate concentrated solar power and a biomass boiler while also using Organic Rankine Cycle to turn the energy into district heating and electricity.

info@aalborgcsp.com, www.aalborgcsp.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Aalborg CSP,  Concentrated Solar,  


ElectraTherm Generates Biomass Power in Maryland (Ind. Report)
ElectraTherm
Date: 2017-06-14
Reno, Nevada-based ElectraTherm is reporting the shipment of a Power-plus Generator 4400 to Maryland, where it will use a combination of waste chicken litter biomass and combined-heat-and-power (CHP) technology to generate clean energy.

ElectraTherm utilizes Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and proprietary technologies to generate power from low temperature heat ranging from 77-122 degrees C. ElectraTherm offers 3 sizes of Power+ Generator: the 4200 generates up to 35kWe; the 4400 generates up to 65kWe; and the 6500 is the largest size model generating up to 110kWe. Power+ Generators utilize waste heat on applications such as internal combustion engines, biomass, flare gas methane and other fluids. (Source: ElectraTherm, PR, 12 June., 2016) Contact: ElectraTherm, (775) 398-4680, (877)883-7101, info@electratherm.com, www.electratherm.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News ElectraTherm,  Biomass,  


Turboden Supplying ORC Tech to US Wood Pellet Maker (Ind. Report)
Turboden,Maine Woods Pellet
Date: 2017-04-26
In Italy, Brescia-based Turboden Srl reports it will supply its 8MWe biomass organic rankine cycle (ORC) technology for use at Maine Woods Pellet's facility in Athens, Maine. The system will process wood waste from forestry operations, such as logging, to generate electricity for the pellet manufacturing process.

Using the ORC technology, Maine Wood Pellet's existing pellet plant is the first biomass project to fully qualify for Massachusetts Standard Class 1 regulations for Renewable Energy Credits (REC's). (Source: Turboden Srl, PR, endsWaste&Bioenergy, 24 April, 2017) Contact: Turboden Srl, +390303552001, info@turboden.it, www.turboden.com; Maine Wood Pellets, www.mainewoodspelletco.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Turboden,  Maine Woods Pellet,  Wood Pellet,  Woody Biomass,  

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