CALGARY, Feb. 1, 2012 /CNW/ - Genalta Power Inc. is pleased to announce
that they are continuing to build on their waste energy to power
expertise by developing a project to generate 1 MW of power from
turbine waste heat at the Stolberg Dehydration and Compression Facility
operated by Husky Oil Operations Limited, located approximately 90 km
west of Rocky Mountain House.
The Stolberg Waste Heat to Power Project has been designed to provide
emissions-free electricity all of which will help meet the site's power
requirements. The project is forecast to be commissioned by mid-2013.
Genalta Power will design, construct, own and operate the power
"Genalta Power and Husky have capitalized on a 3 year relationship,"
said Graham Illingworth, Genalta CEO, "and are excited about developing
a project that meets the subject facility's long-term power needs in a
positive and environmentally responsible manner."
About Genalta Power Inc.
Genalta Power is a privately held Canadian corporation in the business
of developing, owning and operating independent power plants that
produce and sell environmentally-friendly electricity from clean energy
sources. Genalta Power pursues a mix of waste heat recovery, waste fuel
gas, waste pressure and cogeneration projects. Genalta Power is
developing projects in strategic regions of North America with an
emphasis on the oil and gas industry. Visit www.genaltapower.com for more information.
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