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Climeon’s Marine Energy Tech Improves Efficiency 14%

Climeon’s Ocean marine waste heat recovery system can improve efficiency by 14 percent and help customers reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 5 percent. Frost and Sullivan has awarded Climeon the Technology Innovation Award for its Ocean heat-power system. Frost and Sullivan also released a report on Marine Waste Heat Recovery Solutions … Read more »

Alphabet Energy Borla

Borla, Alphabet Energy to Develop Fuel-Saving Exhaust System for Truck Fleets

Borla, a manufacturer of stainless-steel performance exhaust systems and Alphabet Energy, a thermoelectrics for waste heat recovery firm, have announced a nonexclusive partnership to deliver the industry’s first aftermarket thermoelectric fuel-efficiency product for vehicle internal combustion engines. Sixty percent of the energy from fuel used in cars and trucks escapes … Read more »

Project to Use Data Center Waste Heat to Farm Fish

An environmental attorney and geothermal expert plans to redevelop an 8-acre brownfield in Ohio into a sustainable commercial sea bass farm that uses waste heat generated by an underground data center. The Foundry Project in will recycle waste heat generated from an underground data center and then use it to … Read more »

Tenneco Unveils Tier 3 Emission Control Technologies

Tenneco has exhibited a demonstration vehicle equipped with several emission control technologies designed to meet upcoming US EPA Tier 3 emissions regulations. In addition to meeting the Tier 3 emissions regulations, the technologies are designed to deliver efficiency improvements that can help automakers further reduce greenhouse gas emissions. US EPA … Read more »

Lean and Green Can Be Profitable

As manufacturers around the world adopt lean manufacturing and cut down on raw material consumption, energy usage, environmental waste and pollution, they are learning that eco-friendly practices can be profitable, according to Ensia. John Quarmley has learned this. Quarmley started Highwood USA in Pennsylvania as a company with sustainable manufacturing practices … Read more »

GE ecomaginaion challenge

GE Challenge Targets Oil Sands GHG Emissions

General Electric has launched an up to CAD$1 million ecomagination open challenge to help accelerate emissions-reducing technology development in Canada’s oil sands. The Innovation Challenge will target two of the biggest opportunities to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the oil sands: new uses for waste heat and improved efficiency of … Read more »

GMZ Energy’s TEG Improves Vehicle Fuel Efficiency

GMZ Energy says it has successfully demonstrated a nano-structured, high-temperature thermoelectric generation (TEG) designed for automotive waste heat recapture. The unit generated an output power well in excess of its 200-watt design goal. GMZ Energy built the TEG as a part of an ongoing vehicle efficiency research program sponsored by … Read more »

reAqua toilet

Toilet Technology Recycles Water, Produces Waste Heat

Reaqua Systems’ toilet technology recycles wastewater from baths, showers and some sinks for use in flushing toilets — and can extract heat from the greywater, feeding it back into the central heating system. The reAqua and reAqua+ units, available in the UK, both reduce water consumption by a third, while … Read more »

District Energy System Uses Data Center Waste Heat

Canadian telecommunications company Telus is building a $750-million residential and commercial complex in downtown Vancouver, BC, and is going to heat and cool the new Telus Garden development with waste heat from its own nearby data center. The Telus Garden development is comprised of a LEED Platinum 24-story office tower, … Read more »