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Reno, NV, United States, 2010/09/13 - ElectraTherm’s heat-to-power technology can convert many sources of low temperature liquid heat (reciprocating engine waste heat, biomass, process heat, geothermal including oil and gas co-produced fluids, solar thermal, etc.) into power.
ElectraTherm, Inc. will present at this year’s Industry Growth Forum, hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). The 32nd annual event takes place October 19-21, 2010 in Denver, CO.
NREL’s Forum is acknowledged as the premier event to recognize innovative clean tech companies to venture capital, corporate investors and strategic partners. More than 120 professional investors comprised this year’s selection committee to qualify the most promising young clean tech companies. After reviewing nearly 200 applications, the committee selected ElectraTherm as one of the 34 presenting companies.
“ElectraTherm generates fuel free, emission free electricity with an attractive ROI, and we value NREL’s recognition of our growing company” said John Fox, ElectraTherm CEO. “As a start-up company, we are ahead of the game with a proven technology and units in the field. Energy efficiency and distributed generation are getting significant market pull, and investors are recognizing this enormous untapped market.”
ElectraTherm’s heat-to-power technology can convert many sources of low temperature liquid heat (reciprocating engine waste heat, biomass, process heat, geothermal including oil and gas co-produced fluids, solar thermal, etc.) into power. ElectraTherm’s patented twin screw technology offers a simplified and robust solution as compared to conventional turbine-driven ORCs below 100kW in size.
In addition to NREL’s Industry Growth Forum, ElectraTherm will present at Wedbush Clean Technology & Industrial Growth Conference, September 15 in San Francisco. For more information about ElectraTherm, visit electratherm.com.
For more information on NREL’s Industry Growth forum please visit the forum website at cleanenergyforum.com/.
NREL is the U.S. Department of Energy’s primary national laboratory for renewable energy and energy efficiency research and development. NREL is operated for DOE by the Alliance for Sustainable Energy, LLC.