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United Technologies Corp. and Mitsubishi Heavy Industries sign agreement

United Technologies Corporation (UTC) and Mitubishi Heavy Industries (MHI) recently announced the agreement to sell Pratt & Whitney Power Systems to MHI. Completion is expected in the second quarter of 2013 (see below links to UTC and MHI announcements).
As part of the agreement, 51% of the quotas of Turboden will be acquired by MHI, while the Italian holders will maintain their quotas.

MHI is a Japanese multinational focused on engineering and manufacturing of power generation equipment, industrial machinery, aircraft / space systems, ships and air-conditioners, employing approximately 69,000 people around the world.
http://www.mhi-global.com/products/index.html

Turboden looks forward to the new affiliation, expecting that MHI focus on power generation and wide geographic presence will offer new opportunities for cooperation in renewables and in energy efficiency projects.

See press release UTC:
http://www.pw.utc.com/Press/Story/20121212-0800/2012/Power%20Systems

H-REII DEMO project

The project, co-financed by the Life+ programme of the European Commission, is aimed to realize an integrated fumes purification and heat recovery system and to develop policy and governance actions for reducing CO2 emissions by valorization of process effluents in Energy Intensive Industries.
Partners of the project: Turboden, coordinator and technological partner, Comeca, technological partner, FIRE (Federazione Italiana Uso Razionale Energia), scientific partner.

20th European Biomass Conference and Exhibition

18-22 June, Milano Convention Center.
"With this event, we will continue the biomass specialist's role as the leading technical platform covering all aspects of biomass from research to industry and markets.
We also continue the industrial exhibition that brings biomass scientist and engineers together with the biomass industry." Turboden takes part with a speech of Alessandro Guercio about the application of the ORC technology to the pellet industry.

Trigeneration for large buildings

BSkyB Headquarter and London Heathrow airport generate combined cooling, heat and power (CCHP) from biomass Turboden ORC unit.

First Plant in Slovenia

In Crnomelj will arise the first ORC Turboden plant on the Slovenian territory. We speak about a cogenerative model from 1MWel (4MWth) fed by biomass.
The client is a manufacturer of unfinished wood material, who will take advantage of heat to feed the drying chambers of timber, inside its own productive process and will sell the electric power to the national network with incentivated fee (feed-in tariff of about 0,225 €/kWh for biomass plants under 1MWe).

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