DTE Energy Technologies Signs Agreement to Develop and Market High-Efficiency Electric Mini-Turbine

This new high-efficiency product, the energy|now turbine-generator, model ENT 4000, is targeted for distributed generation applications for small- to medium-sized commercial customers and micro-grids serving both residential and commercial development projects. Distributed generation involves small, onsite electricity generation sources.

LACEY, Wash.–Applied Power Corp. recently completed the installation of a 22 kW solar electric system for the City of Colton Electric Utility (CEU) in Colton, California. The solar power system is integrated into a 120-foot long carport structure that provides shade for parked vehicles at the City’s Public Works Administration Building. Applied Power designed the system and structure, and provided equipment, project management and data acquisition hardware. The on-site installation was performed by Applied Power’s local contractor, Renewable Energy Concepts of San Luis Obispo.

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