WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass
. – Through an exclusive licensing agreement, ESG Clean Energy,
LLC, developers of zero-carbon distributed power generation systems, announced today it
acquired an extended patent (no. 11,415,052) issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for a new heat exchanger technology designed to significantly increases the power output of its carbon capture technology.
This patent covers the unique methods utilized in a previous apparatus patent acquired last
March. It is the latest patent acquired by ESG for its growing portfolio of advanced power generation technologies that make natural gas-fueled power generation maintain high efficiency without losing energy in the carbon capture process. This makes the process of capturing carbon dioxide more economically feasible and more environmentally friendly.
The core innovation of this patent is an “exhaust-gas-to-exhaust-gas heat exchanger” that efficiently cools – and then reheats – exhaust from a primary power generator so greater energy output can be achieved with safe ventilation. Further, this invention enables the carbon dioxide to be more safely captured, contained, and packaged for commercial or other use.
“Acquiring this extended patent not only makes the power generation system more efficient, but it ultimately makes the process of capturing CO2 easier,” said Nick Scuderi, president of ESG
Clean Energy. “We’re excited to take this new technology and incorporate it into our clean energy system.”
ESG currently has a number of projects in various stages of development that will utilize this and other patents to improve its power generation and carbon capture capabilities.
For more information about ESG Clean Energy, please visit www.ESGcleanEnergy.com
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About ESG Clean Energy, LLC
ESG Clean Energy, LLC (ESG) develops Net Zero Carbon Footprints and clean energy solutions for businesses and power providers using natural gas. The ESG system utilizes patented, off-the-shelf technology to efficiently produce electricity while capturing and converting 100% of the carbon dioxide and water vapor, which can be used in the production of various commodities, such as distilled water, ethanol, and urea. More information about ESG Clean Energy, its technology, and its current projects can be found at www.ESGcleanEnergy.com