Nov 3, 2011 - Canada's NRGreen Power Limited Partnership has this week unveiled plans to build a recovered energy project in the Alberta province that will use technology of General Electric Co (NYSE:GE).
The facility, which will produce electricity from waste heat without additional emissions, marks the first global use of GE's ORegen system. It will be built at the Windfall Compressor Station of Alliance Pipeline. NRGreen, which currently has four operational waste heat power generation installations, is an affiliate of Alliance Pipeline.
Construction will start in May 2012. When up and running, the facility will generate up to 14 MW of power per hour, which is enough to meet the needs of 14,000 homes, the company said.
NRGreen is owned by Veresen Inc (TSE:VSN) and Enbridge Income Fund Holdings Inc (TSE:ENF).