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Thermal Energy gets second heat recovery order from major Russian brewery

April 15, 2021
By Thermal Energy International

Thermal Energy International, a global supplier of energy efficiency and emissions reduction solutions to the industrial and institutional sectors, has received its second heat recovery order from a large Russian brewery.

Valued at more than $500,000, the order includes major equipment, engineering, and commissioning. Ottawa-based Thermal Energy will design and deliver a customized FLU-ACE system for the customer’s production facility in Russia. The system will be integrated with the biogas generation system already present at the site, and is expected to improve its efficiency.

Thermal Energy had previously supplied a similar FLU-ACE biogas application to another leading beer brewery. Over the last two years, the company has secured heat recovery projects with three of the world’s top five brewers.

“This latest order demonstrates our ability to harness our established network of customers by supplying and servicing their sites around the world, while finding new methods of supporting their carbon reduction initiatives with innovative repeatable applications,” William Crossland, CEO of Thermal Energy said. “With biogas generation, a standard process across many similar sites the world over, this application of our technology, especially within this sector, holds great opportunity for our company.”


Crossland said Thermal Energy can scale in new territories, such as Russia, and to accelerate growth by flexibly offering either turnkey or MEP solutions based on our customers’ implementation models and preferences.

The project is expected to be completed with revenue earned within nine months.

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