Thermal Energy, Siemens partner on energy, environmental solutions

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Alpharetta, Ga. - Thermal Energy International Inc. announced April 10 that it has formed a strategic alliance with Siemens Energy & Automation Inc. to market integrated energy and environmental solutions to the U.S. pulp and paper industry.

04/11/2002


Ottawa, Ontario, Canada; Alpharetta, Ga. - Thermal Energy International Inc. announced April 10 that it has formed a strategic alliance with Siemens Energy & Automation Inc. to market integrated energy and environmental solutions to the U.S. pulp and paper industry.

The agreement reports that Siemens will offer energy recovery and air pollution control products and services from Thermal Energy within its larger industrial control and automation solutions for paper mills. Both firms say this collaboration is a response to increasing demand for advanced manufacturing processes coupled with improved efficiency, reduced energy consumption and cost-effective air pollution control.

'We welcome Thermal Energy International as a Siemens Energy & Automation solutions provider. Thermal Energy's air pollution control and energy recovery product lines will complement and expand our capabilities. This alliance is a win-win for us and our customers because this total solution can now seamlessly impact their automation, heat recovery and air pollution mitigation needs,' says Gary King, Siemens' pulp and paper business unit manager.

Thomas Hinke, Thermal Energy's president and ceo, added that, 'We are very pleased and excited to be associated with Siemens, a global leader in energy and automation solutions. This alliance represents an opportunity to work with a proven industry leader in the vast pulp and paper market in the U.S. Together, Thermal Energy and Siemens will now promote and provide fully integrated solutions focused on generating major energy, environmental, and operational savings for pulp and paper customers.'

Thermal Energy has a fifteen-year history of developing and providing both unique and cost effective combined energy recovery and air pollution control technology solutions for a variety of industrial process applications. Most recently, Thermal Energy has been receiving increased interest from the pulp and paper industry to recover high value heat from multiple stack sources while reducing regulated air pollutant emissions.

Control Engineering Daily News Desk
Jim Montague, news editor
jmontague@cahners.com





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