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ORC System Output Increases to 150 kWe

Flowery Branch, GA – ElectraTherm, an industry-leader in low temperature waste heat recovery solutions utilizing Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) technology, is pleased to announce that the maximum output capacity has expanded to 150 kW of clean electricity per unit. Thanks to ongoing development and testing, the ElectraTherm team is proud…

Waste Heat Recovery’s Role In ESG Strategy

What is ESG? Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) refers to a company’s set of standards in relation to sustainability, human and social capital, leadership, and compliance. These factors play an increasingly large role in business decisions as shareholders are becoming more concerned with how an organization’s (primarily) eco-social practices will…

The Potential of ORC Flare Elimination

The Reality of Flaring. The flaring of methane is commonplace at many landfills, biogas and wastewater treatment plants (WWTP), and oil and gas well sites across the globe. Industries routinely flare to dispose of unwanted gases and to prevent pressure build up. Not only are these flares a waste of…

What is “Cooling to Power”?

As the heat load is reduced, this allows cooling to power systems to prioritize the generation of clean electricity. When the cooling load increases the system will automatically adjust power output to fulfill engine cooling requirements, maintaining engine cooling independent of the generator’s operating status.

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