Posted by TechNews on May 19, 2011
ENBALA Power Networks, APG-Neuros and the Ontario Clean Water Agency (OCWA) today announced that they will work together on packaging a high-speed turbo blower for wastewater plants that is Smart Grid-ready and able to provide a new revenue stream for clients.
The new blower is said to reduce operation costs by up to 50% by decreasing energy costs and by harnessing its flexibility.
Blainville, Quebec based APG-Neuros Inc., a joint company between Aviation and Power Group (APG) and Neuros Company Ltd., is a leading turnkey provider of high-speed turbo blower technology in the wastewater treatment market.
The new blower will be built to connect wastewater plants to the ENBALA Power Network and deliver Grid Balance to Independent System Operators, earning new revenues for wastewater plants without impacting operations.
ENBALA Power Networks operates a state-of-the-art Smart Grid network that pays industrial, commercial, and municipal electricity users to deliver intelligent demand-side Grid Balance to their regional electricity systems while helping to create a more robust and reliable electric power grid.
ENBALA Power Networks is backed by EnerTech Capital, Chrysalix Energy, Export Development Canada (EDC), The Walsingham Fund, and XPV Capital Corporation.