Oak Brook, IL – July 2, 2021 –The Heat is Power Association (HiP) is pleased to welcome its newest member, Turboden, a Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Group company, and a global leader in the design, manufacture and maintenance of Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems.
Turboden ORC generates scalable and reliable clean electric and thermal power using various fuel sources from renewables (biomass, geothermal energy, solar energy) to traditional fuels and waste heat from industrial processes. Turboden also provides gas expanders and large heat pumps as part of its global climate change mitigation solutions technology offerings.
HiP Chairman John Prunkl said,
“Turboden is a prime example of what the decarbonization revolution needs here in the U.S. Turboden has a major international presence and recognizes the market potential for its cutting-edge technology here in America. We look forward to bringing Turboden into our membership community focused on waste heat to power.”
Ilaria Peretti, Manager of Business Development and Sales in North America at Turboden, is excited to join HiP’s ranks,
“We believe that the 2021 investment tax credit to incentivize carbon reducing systems by capturing waste heat provides a vast opportunity for waste heat to power (WHP) technology like those that Turboden manufactures. Turboden has the engineering and technological capability and talent to help industrial end-users confront the challenge of reaching net-zero emissions by 2050. HiP has insight into the evolving U.S. policy landscape for waste heat to power and provides critical networking opportunities. I look forward to being an active participant in HiP on behalf of Turboden and our industry.”
The Heat is Power Association is the national trade association representing the waste heat to power (WHP) industry. HiP educates decision makers about the untapped clean energy opportunity presented by waste heat resources in the commercial, industrial, and institutional sectors. It advocates for policies that level the playing field for deployment of WHP along-side other renewable power like wind, solar and geothermal. We strive to get our unique message out to the market and policy makers, regulators, and energy and environmental stakeholders about the zero-emission value presented by recycling waste heat into valuable energy for the hard to decarbonize CI&I sectors.