Cyclone Power Technologies Receives Approval for Erecting Waste Heat Power Generator

Cyclone Power Technologies declared that its application to complete the erection of its first waste heat power generator for its client Bent Glass Design, located at Hatboro, PA, has obtained the approval from PECO, the southeastern Pennsylvania located power utility company.

The waste heat power generator offered by Cyclone Power incorporates, WHE-25 type of easy to upgrade engine, patented heat exchangers and other electric power generating equipment. The company sought the approval of PECO to connect the power generated from the facility to the power grid. The installed Cyclone system will translate over 500,000 BTUs of exhaust  heat from the glass furnaces of Bent Glass Design into electric energy, to meet the peak power demand of the company and to meet its other power requirements. PECO is expected to offer its approval at the end of this month after making certain, about the safety standards deployed for the disconnect procedures.

Christopher Nelson, the company’s WHE division Managing Director, said that his company viewed the PECO approval as important because the project happened to be the first waste heat recovery project for the company, and the set guidelines will enable other utilities to offer their approval for similar smaller level projects all over the country. He added that by extending grid connectivity for such alternative energy systems will encourage such projects to meet renewable portfolio standards and allow the utility companies to augment their clean and alternate  energy power supplies.


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