CCAT Director of Energy Joel Rinebold spoke at R&D Dynamics in Bloomfield on June 26 during the celebration of the company securing Class 1 renewable energy source designation for its groundbreaking “ThermoGen” system, which generates electricity from industrial low-grade waste heat.
CCAT provided strategic assistance to R&D Dynamics for the identification of market opportunities and technical viability and was on hand to acknowledge the efforts provided by R&D Dynamics, State Senator Beth Bye and Senator Doug McCrory, and the R&D production staff.
“We are pleased to help our advanced clean energy companies that will also help our hydrogen and fuel cell businesses in Connecticut. This work will increase opportunities for businesses, job growth, and economic development,” said Rinebold. “This is what it takes to make Connecticut and the United States great, made possible by a team of strong individuals that identified a market need for clean energy technology, designed an advanced technology solution, and is supporting the manufacture of products for domestic and global markets.”