Cyclone Power Technologies to Present Its Small-Scale Waste Heat Recovery System at Power-Gen International
POMPANO BEACH, Fla. - Cyclone Power Technologies (Pink Sheets: CYPW) will present its small-scale waste heat recovery system at the Power-Gen International conference, December 14-16 in Orlando, FL.
The WHE-Gen 10 prototype to be unveiled at Power-Gen provides up to 10kW of renewable power per unit from the waste heat of small industrial furnaces, ovens, kilns and flares. This is the first system of its size that can provide facility owners with an attractive financial payback by creating electricity from otherwise wasted thermal energy. Multiple units can be coupled together to provide up to 100kW of green power, and modified systems are being designed to run off the exhaust of diesel engines and turbines, as well as biomass combustion.
“We know that there is a huge market for waste heat recovery systems in the size and heat input range of the WHE-Gen 10,” stated Christopher Nelson, Executive Vice President of Cyclone and Managing Director of its waste heat operations. “We look forward to meeting with potential distributors and manufacturers at Power-Gen International, who can provide worldwide sales coverage for these much needed renewable power units.”
A limited number of WHE-Gen 10 beta units are available for installation in pilot sites, such as the one Cyclone is currently conducting with its customer, Bent Glass Design. Commercial production is expected to commence in 2011. Based on U.S. Department of Energy statistics, Cyclone estimates that there are well over $250,000,000 of potential small-scale waste heat installations in the United States alone that would benefit from a WHE-Gen system.
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