Comparison of Stirling Engine Companies
www.infiniacorp.comInfinia has the expertise, vision, and relationships todeliver highly reliable, innovative technology in your most challenging applications. Infinia’s Stirlinggenerators and power systems can deliver the energyyou need, with extreme dependability and efficiency.
Free-Piston Machines, Cryogenic Coolers, Vibration Control and Components
www.stirlingbiopower.comStirling Biopower (formerly STM Power) makesStirling-cycle external combustion engines thatconvert heat from a variety of sources into electricityfor commercial, industrial, and renewable energymarkets. The company's PowerUnit uses heat fromsources such as liquid fuels, landfill and digester gas, petroleum flare gas, and other low-grade waste fuels.The technology was originally developed in the early19th century and later eclipsed by development of theinternal combustion engine, which now powers mostmotor vehicles. STM Power was established in 1979and revived as a business venture in 1990. Thecompany shut down in early 2007 and was revivedagain under new ownership in mid-2007 as StirlingBiopower.
Esolar has developed a cost-effective CSPtechnology. Esolar’s pre-fabricated design, patentedcomputer software, and elegant engineeringsolutions provide low cost solar electricity scalablefrom 33 MW. Power plants deliver low cost solar energy in response to growing worldwide energydemands.