Cool Energy Inc., a developer of clean energy heat and power systems, says it has received its first two customer orders for its SolarHeart Stirling engines.
Two European institutional customers have purchased the engines for separate solar power development projects to provide solar heat and solar electricity from a single system. The first customer, whose identity was not disclosed, is a major European equipment supplier that is developing a novel hybrid stand-alone power system for deployment in developing nations without significant electrical grid infrastructure, according to Cool Energy.
The second SolarHeart engine customer announced is the DiGeSPo project for solar thermal combined heat and power, hosted at the Bruno Kessler Foundation, a research institution in Trento, Italy.
SOURCE: Cool Energy Inc.