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ElectraTherm, Inc., provides heat to power generation systems to industry worldwide. The company%u2019s proven, patented Twin Screw Expander enables its line of recovered energy generating systems to make electricity from low to mid temperature heat that would otherwise go to waste. ElectraTherm%u2019s fuel-free, emission-free and low cost %u2018Green Machines%u2019 offer the industry%u2019s shortest payback period on investment. For more information on ElectraTherm and its clean tech, green power products, please visit www.electratherm.com.
The Green Machine continues to lead the market for low-temperature waste heat to power (WHP) through its robust, proven Organic Rankine Cycle technology to increase efficiency and maximize power output.
UAF estimates that the Green Machine displaces approximately 28,000 gallons of diesel annually. With fuel costs currently exceeding $5/gallon throughout rural Alaska, this equates to an annual savings in excess of $140,000 per gen set. Diesel generators are common power sources in Alaska, and the market potential for power from waste heat in this state is tremendous.
ElectraTherm has expanded the power output range of its Series 4000 Green Machine generators by 15kW, now offering customers between 30-65kW of fuel-free, emission-free power from low-grade waste heat.
ElectraTherm was one of 32 companies out of more than 150 nominations selected to present at the Defense Venture Catalyst Initiative (DeVenCI) workshop, hosted by the Department of Defense (DoD), on April 26, 2011.
ElectraTherm's heat to power technology improves energy efficiency alongside such applications as stationary engines; boilers; oil & gas wells; geothermal water; biomass boilers; and concentrated solar thermal.
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.