Machine Marks the First Shipment from its New Manufacturing Plant

ElectraTherm, the leader in distributed waste heat to power, shipped a Power+ Generator® to the United Kingdom to generate fuel-free power from biomass. This marks the first shipment of the Power+ from ElectraTherm’s new manufacturing plant in Flowery Branch, Georgia. The 50,000 square foot facility was completed last month, and it includes a manufacturing plant and R&D test center. These developments follow the 2016 acquisition of ElectraTherm by BITZER, the world’s largest independent manufacturer of refrigeration compressors.

The shipment of the Power+ Generator to the United Kingdom marks ElectraTherm’s 21st biomass application in its fleet of more than 50 machines. It also is the 17th biomass application in the United Kingdom alone. ElectraTherm’s other biomass sites include Oregon, Florida, Maryland and Italy. For a complete list of installations, please go to the website.

“ElectraTherm’s first shipment from the new BITZER US facility is very exciting,” said John Fox, ElectraTherm’s Managing Director. “Bringing the technological and manufacturing strength of BITZER to the ElectraTherm product line will allow the team to focus on business development and market creation worldwide.”

ElectraTherm’s Power+ Generator utilizes waste heat on applications such as internal combustion engines, biomass boilers, flare gas (at oil & gas wells, wastewater treatment plants and landfills), geothermal/co-produced fluids, and more. ElectraTherm’s Power+ fleet exceeds 50 machines in operation in 11 countries and has surpassed 750,000 hours of runtime.

About ElectraTherm, Inc.

ElectraTherm, Inc. by BITZER group, focuses on waste heat to power and is headquartered in the USA. ElectraTherm generates fuel-free, emission-free power from low-temperature waste heat using the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) and patented technology. For more information on ElectraTherm and its clean energy products, please visit To learn more about BITZER and its advanced refrigeration and compression technologies, visit