New cogen system in Canadian market

March 15, 2010
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March 18, 2010 – European Power Systems Ltd. (EPS) of Ontario is partnering with 2G Bio-Energy to market the German company’s cogeneration plants in the Canadian market.

Christian Grotholt, 2G Bio-Energy chairman, says Canada has considerable cogen potential, especially in Ontario where last fall the province introduced its Feed-in Tariff program that pays a premium for electricity generated from biogas and other renewable resources.

EPS Ltd. was founded by Jan Buijk and Daniel Jones, two specialists with decades of industry experience. They are impressed with 2G’s leadership in small- and medium-size power plant technology. They are especially impressed with the new biogas cogeneration system “agenitor” introduced in November 2009.

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