A small industrial gas turbine combined with an innovative combustion chamber designed to burn regulated volatile organic air emissions as a secondary fuel, is a surprising economic game changer for manufacturing companies seeking energy efficiency, reduced carbon emissions, competitiveness and profitability. Feasibility assessments typically result in very short return on investment periods and significant operational cost savings.
- The innovation produces an advanced cost of operation savings model, made possible by replacing the lifecycle costs of traditional air pollution control equipment with energy efficient combined heat and power (CHP) equipment, because it uniquely does more work by destroying regulated volatile organic compounds (VOC).
- The energy market niche is the replacement of traditional air pollution control (APC) 'burners' with a gas turbine power generator and heat recovery equipment. The new equipment can be installed either 1) in parallel with the existing equipment, or 2) in place of the existing equipment using the existing foundations and infrastructure including VOC concentrators, fans, ducts and stacks, etc.
- Our customers comprise 100 discrete industrial categories including manufacturing, petrochemical and SOCM industries that require CAA Title V Air Quality Operating Permits and that require electrical power and heat energy for buildings and processes.
- Our vision is a sustainable manufacturing future; securing jobs, prosperity and healthy environment while supporting the USDOE and USEPA goals for a secure energy future via efficiency and independence.