March 29, 2021 By Canadian Biomass Magazine
A British Columbia company is looking to become a bigger player in North America’s clean energy sector.
Sharc International Systems of Port Coquitlam collects waste water, filters it, and runs it through a heat exchanger to extract energy. Recycling the heat offsets the need for natural gas and curbs the amount of carbon dioxide emissions.
“I have never seen a technology that could have as positive of an impact on energy as what I have seen at the DC Water HQ,” Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur, from northern Ohio, said at a March 10 media event. She was referencing a Sharc project in the new U.S. Capital DC Water Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
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