GMZ Energy, a market leader in the development of high temperature thermoelectric generation ("TEG") solutions, has announced the TG16-1.0, a new thermoelectric module capable of producing twice the power of the company's first product, the TG8. By doubling the power density, GMZ's new module substantially increases performance while maintaining a minimal footprint.
"With this new, high-power module, GMZ continues to push the boundaries of thermoelectric technology through the development of industry-leading products. We look forward to using this breakthrough product to help our customers reach a new level of efficiency and reduce costs."
The highly efficient TG16-1.0 directly converts waste heat into usable electricity and is well suited for extremely high temperature environments, such as those in boilers and furnaces. The module's high thermal power capability enables safe operation and long-term reliability in temperature streams above 1000 degrees Celsius. Customers will the find the TG16-1.0 ideal for combined heat and power applications where the module is directly exposed to combustion flows.
Cheryl A. Diuguid, CEO of GMZ Energy, said: "With this new, high-power module, GMZ continues to push the boundaries of thermoelectric technology through the development of industry-leading products. We look forward to using this breakthrough product to help our customers reach a new level of efficiency and reduce costs."
Now, with two product offerings, GMZ is capable of providing a solution to even more OEM partners around the world. This new module will augment the TG8 module, broadening the product line and enabling dramatic efficiency improvements and new functionalities in products requiring high power density. The TG16-1.0 is currently available for sampling to qualified OEM manufacturers.
About GMZ Energy
GMZ Energy is a market leader in the development of high temperature thermoelectric generation ("TEG") solutions that directly convert waste heat into electricity. The company uses its patented processes to manufacture thermoelectric ("TE") materials that improve performance and increase efficiency across multiple applications, thereby lowering costs. GMZ partners with OEMs worldwide to develop TEG modules for appliances, passenger vehicles, heavy equipment, diesel generators, power plants and industrial waste heat recovery. Founded in 2006 and headquartered in Waltham, MA, GMZ has a broad portfolio of internationally-developed patents. The company's top-tier investors include: Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, BP Alternative Energy, I2BF, Mitsui Global Investment, and Energy Technology Ventures (a joint venture between General Electric, NRG Energy, and ConocoPhillips).
Source: GMZ Energy
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