EECT is an Authorized Distributor and Service Provider for: Ener-Core Inc., FlexEnergy, Green Gas Germany GmbH and EnergyNest

EnergyNest: Masdar Pilot

Masdar Institute of Science & Technology and EnergyNest AS initiated a comprehensive joint research project in 2013 for the building and testing a 2 x 500 kWhth EnergyNest-type Thermal Energy Storage (TES) pilot.

Electric Power Generation from low caloric Landfill Gas buy using the Gas Tandem Mixer

Green Gas Germany operates the Landfill Gas to Energy project since 2000 in the Hessen area. Currently Green Gas operates one engine with a capacity of 501 kWel and arranges the distribution and marketing of the electricity generated.


The Flex Turbine™ is ideal for wastewater treatment plants, agricultural and animal waste processing plants, dairies and other biogas applications because of its ability to generate clean electricity from digester gas methane while producing hot water to optimize digester conditions.

Ener-Core EC250 Powerstation

The Ener-Core Powerstation EC250 is the only clean power generation solution which runs directly on low pressure, low quality gases which typically cannot be utilized or even flared.

EECT Turbomachinery BV

EECT Turbomachinery BV is an independent and leading technology partner with the main purpose to offer technologically advanced equipment and energy systems.
Operating together with a global network of unique industrial players, we provide the latest state-of-the-art proven technologies and processes.
Our value is in the ability to have chosen excellent partners with extensive know-how which allowed us to guarantee the commercial reliability requirements and product quality.
The partnership established between some important companies in the sector and EECT Turbomachinery BV makes it possible to capitalize each other's experience and expertise, also obtained in commissioning of projects and in the design and construction of equipment and energy systems.
Our devices are now installed across Europe, in a variety of industrial applications ranging from chemical industries, refineries, foodindustry, hospitals, etc.
We have combined our strengths and our expertise and made a team of experienced engineers able to solve the various problems in the field of energy and energy conservation.

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EECT is an Authorized Distributor and Service Provider for:
- Ener-Core Inc.
- FlexEnergy
- Green Gas Germany GmbH
- EnergyNest

Ener-Core Powerstation EC250

Ener-Core Powerstation EC250
The Ener-Core Powerstation FP250 is the only clean power generation solution which runs directly on low pressure, low quality gases which typically cannot be utilized or even flared. By integrating thermal oxidation with proven turbines, the system consumes the widest range of gases from 100% to as low as 1.5% methane – all while producing near-zero NOX emissions.

Ener-Core Powerstation KG2-3GO

Ener-Core Powerstation KG2-3GO
The Ener-Core Powerstation KG2-3GO is the only clean power generation solution which runs directly on low-pressure, low-quality gases which otherwise cannot be utilized. The system integrates proprietary oxidation technology with a field proven 2MW-class Dresser-Rand gas turbine, efficiently generating electricity with near-zero emissions.

Flex Turbine™ GT250

Flex Turbine™ GT250
The Flex Turbine™ MT250 is a gas turbines with the ability to generate reliable, ultra-clean, continuous power from wasted or associated methane gas. The rugged design of these turbines make them particularly well-suited to the remote oilfield environment.

Flex Turbine™ GT333

Flex Turbine™ GT333
Ultra-clean electricity and useful thermal energy from a rugged and efficient gas turbine. Now with increased power and efficiency.

Flex Turbine™ GT1300S

Flex Turbine™ GT1300S
Flex Turbine™ GT1300S Gas Turbine Generator:
- Microturbine technology – large scale output 1.3MW at ISO
- Four proven GT333S drivetrains in a single intermodal 40’ container
- Shared systems = reduced costs, built‐in redundancy & footprint
- Ease of installation & maintenance approach
- Consolidated fuel input – electrical output

Green Gas Tandem Mixer

Green Gas Tandem Mixer

Green Gas Germany has installed over 40 projects since 2002 with so-called Tandem Mixer technology.


Masdar Pilot: Masdar Institute of Science and Technology and EnergyNest initiated a comprehensive joint research project in 2013 for building and testing a 2 x 500 kWhth Thermal Energy Storage (TES) pilot. The pilot facility is now fully operational and has been validated by DNV GL with regards to operating temperature, energy storage capacity, and energy efficiency.

Latest news: Tata Steel further improving its carbon footprint with EnergyNest technology

30.11.2016 -Innovative thermal energy storage helping to utilize waste heat

As part of its global footprint, Tata Steel operates various production facilities in IJmuiden / The Netherlands. During some production processes, intermittent high temperature exhausts are currently not utilized, but released to atmosphere. Tata Steel is constantly aiming to improve its carbon footprint within its focus on sustainability. In order to use its energy most environmentally friendly, one IJmuiden facility now intends to utilize its exhaust gas energy from production to cover some of the own energy demand of the facility. This plan also includes the creation of an energy storage for internal batch production. The EnergyNest technology can support Tata Steel achieving its carbon footprint reduction targets. Its novel Thermal Energy Storage (TES) allows to capture current waste heat and to make it accessible for later use, providing an economic benefit. This economic benefit relates mainly to savings in natural gas consumption, and consequently to CO2 emission reduction. The EnergyNest TES is easy to integrate and operate since it contains no moving parts – the complete solution for “energy-on-demand” will be developed together with Jord as plant engineering and EPC provider. Adopting this innovative technology, Tata Steel in IJmuiden will strengthen the facility's status as a technology frontrunner by increased utilization of resources. Click here to read more
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