Monetizing Waste heat from CHP and O&G/Petrochemical Industries
Gulf Coast Green Energy, Bay City, Texas will make a presentation on their waste heat-to-power solutions for CHP, and the O&G/petrochemical industry.
Solutions discussed will be additional fuel efficiencies for large engines, compressed gas cooling and using flare gas for a beneficial use (making power). All three applications use wasted heat to produce on-site power which reduces the cost of power for the site.
Loy Sneary heads up Gulf Coast Green Energy (GCGE) as President/CEO and has taken GCGE from start up to a successful and respected supplier of waste heat-to-power fuel and emissions free power generators.
Serving all of the U.S. Gulf Coast states, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Colorado, South Dakota, North Dakota and the Caribbean, GCGE is the oldest representative for the ElectraTherm Power+ waste heat-to-power small scale ORC generator. GCGE brings affordable, efficient, clean and earth-friendly energy production by turning wasted heat into electricity.
GCGE has worked alongside ElectraTherm for over twelve years to develop solutions for industry, universities, the Dept. of Defense and the Dept. of Energy to increase internal combustion engine efficiencies, flare gas reduction, generating Oil & Gas geothermal power as well as solar thermal power.