GE's clean cycle waste heat-to-power technology to enhance fuel efficiency of remote Alaskan City
GE and the Kotzebue Electric Association, an electric cooperative that focuses on supplying electricity to the remote city of Kotzebue and other rural areas of Alaska, have launched a joint project to increase the energy efficiency and extend the fuel supply of several diesel engines powering Kotzebue. For the initiative, GE will provide a Clean Cycle heat-to-power generator that will use the diesel engines exhaust heat to produce electricity for the local grid.
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