Heat is Power Association Presents at Renewable Energy World Conference
Feb 16, 2012
Waste Heat to Power Gaining Recognition Nationally as Emission Free Electricity
WASHINGTON – Heat is Power Association Executive Director Kelsey Southerland today participated in a comprehensive discussion on a wide range of topics important to the further development of the renewable energy industry, including the role of waste heat in the robust agenda of America’s only all-renewables event. Southerland’s presentation, “Waste Heat to Power: An American Opportunity” was part of a series of presentations focused on waste heat recovery. The Conference itself featured a wide array of renewable energy issues, including the role of waste heat in the dialogue amongst traditional renewables such as wind, solar and hydro power.
“Today’s presentation was a great opportunity to continue our focus on redefining what it means to be renewable,” said Southerland. “We are thankful for the opportunity to discuss the robust economic, energy and environmental benefits of capturing the significant clean energy potential being wasted every day. Accelerating the application of proven Waste Heat to Power technologies can shore up manufacturing, get people back to work and generate emission-free electricity – now is the time to start realizing this potential.”
Southerland’s presentation is available for download: Renewable Energy World Expo Presentation 2.16.2012
About Renewable Energy World Conference and Expo
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About the Heat is Power Association
The Heat is Power Association is the trade association of the Waste Heat to Power industry. Representing businesses everywhere, the not-for-profit organization is committed to educating decision makers and the public about the benefits of waste heat as an economic driver and clean energy resource. The Heat is Power Association promotes the efficient, industrial use of emission-free electricity generated through Waste Heat to Power processes. To learn more, visit www.heatispower.org.
The following companies are members of the Heat is Power Association: Steering Committee Members are TAS Energy, Inc., GE Energy, Primary Energy, Alliance Pipeline, NRGreen, and Participant Members are Calnetix Power Solutions, ElectraTherm, Turbo Thermal LLC., Barber-Nichols, Inc., Ener-G-Rotors, Hyundai Ideal, Alphabet Energy, EchoGen Power Systems, RobustEnergy LLC, InfastechTM, Integral Power, LLC, Guardian Industries, Schmardt Chillers, Gulf Coast Clean Energy, Hudson Products Corp., and KGRA Energy.
CONTACT: Kelsey Southerland email@example.com