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Newsletter for the Central & Midwest Regions of the U.S. DOE CHP TAPs
Feature Axiom Energy mCHP Project
In January 2022, a 4.4 kW micro CHP system was installed in a 32 unit, two-story multifamily residential building located in South Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The owner of the building selected the micro CHP system as the best option for reducing his overall energy costs, while providing increased reliability of utility service for the tenants.
Texas Methane & Flaring Coalition Technology Showcase Highlights Emerging Technologies To Reduce Flaring and Methane Emissions
AUSTIN—On Thursday, November 19 the Texas Methane and Flaring Coalition held a virtual technology showcase to highlight and present emerging technology solutions to operators in the oil and natural gas industry. TMFC Presents: Emerging Oil & Natural Gas Technologies Showcase: Focus on Flaring and Methane Emissions Reductions featured six companies discussing their technology solutions for operators in Texas that will help reduce flaring and methane emissions
Axiom Energy Group Announces Deal to Distribute mCHP Systems throughout North America
East Troy, Wisconsin (August 11, 2020) – Axiom Energy Group today announced plans to launch the distribution of its micro-combined heat and power (mCHP) systems through ATCO to bring affordable, clean energy to customers throughout North America.
Best Locations for CHP in the U.S.
Ever wonder what states have the best economics and are friendly to CHP?
By Eric Burgis
Director Commercial and Residential Markets
Energy Solutions Center
New Oil and Gas Technologies Featured at Forum
FARMINGTON – Tribal energy officials and members of the public who attended a forum Wednesday at San Juan College were exposed to new and emerging technologies designed to help the oil and gas industry reduce pollution and comply with federal rules while delivering savings.
2015 Certificate of Avoided Emissions
Certificate awarded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency Combined Heat and Power Partnership in recognition of our organization's achievement in reducing carbon pollution with CHP.
Arbor House: Urban Farming Takes Root in the Bronx
Arbor House, a LEED Platinum multifamily building, opened its doors to new residents in February of 2013. A blend of residential and commercial space, the building consists of 123 affordable housing units as well as a 10,000 sf rooftop hydroponic greenhouse. Four marathon ecopower micro-combined heat and power (CHP) plants were installed to produce heat and low-cost electricity onsite from cheap natural gas.
U.S. EPA Presents Prestigious 2011 ENERGY STAR Emerging Technology Award to Marathon Engine Systems
EAST TROY, WI – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency today awarded Marathon Engine Systems, an engineering and manufacturing company, with the 2011 ENERGY STAR Emerging Technology Award for the ecopower microCHP system. The East Troy, WI, company’s innovative product increases overall energy production efficiency and reduces greenhouse gas emission.
General Colin Powell Apartments located in South Bronx is the first affordable LEED Platinum multifamily ownership building in New York State.Two ecopower systems are part of the mechanical installation.
Natural Gas Vapor Recovery Unit promotes compliance, ROI
Houston TX- The Engineered Concepts, LLC new vapor recovery system alternative (VRSA) provides a quick return on operator's investment even with today's low natural gas prices by effectively and reliably capturing tank vapors. The patent pending system monitors and controls the compressor, the tank and the process resulting in a virtual elimination of flaring and venting.
EnCana Honored by Bureau of Land Management for Best Management Practices
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced EnCana as a winner of the 2007 Oil, Gas and Geothermal Development Environmental Best Management Practices (BMP) Award for Most Improved Environmental Practices in a Highly Developed Oil & Gas Field. Engineered Concepts equipment was used to achieve this award.
Advanced Dehydrator Design Recovers Gas, Reduces Emissions
Performance testing of an advanced glycol dehydrator design showed that the unit, compared with a conventional de-hydration technology, saved the equivalent of more than 35 million standard cu ft/year of natural gas valued at more than $173,000. It also lowered hazardous air pollutant (HAP)and volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.