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Eklutna Energy Group

We are developing and will build facilities to recover power plant waste heat to generate additional electricity without additional fuel.

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  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Anchorage, AK, USA
  • Currency USD

Company Summary

We are initially developing facilities to recover Eklutna Generation Station waste heat from exhaust stacks and other equipment to generate additional electricity with no additional fuel consumption or emissions. MEA will sell and distribute the power. Future projects will capture and transfer remaining waste heat that is too cool for economic power generation to provide space and process heat for new industrial businesses on adjacent sites.


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    Jacques Boutet

    Jacques is founder and president of The Boutet Company, an Anchorage consulting firm that delivers project management, engineering, planning, surveying and professional support services. It started business in 1995 to support Municipality of Anchorage capital projects and today supports, plans, permits and manages public and private construction and development projects . . . from roadways and structures to utilities, harbors and wind farms.

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    Jim Jager

    Jim is expanding The Boutet Company's portfolio by planning and developing new projects and business opportunities. He is a former corporate communications director with diverse Alaska business development and government relations experience that ranges from shopping centers to wind farms. He has worked on traditional and renewable energy projects and served as Renewable Energy Alaska Project board chair.

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    Paul (Brad) B. Woods

    Brad is a P.E. and director of engineering and consulting at McHale & Associates, a Redmond, WA based engineering and consulting firm and industry leader in power plant performance testing, assessment and optimization. The firm has worked on more than 1,000 power plant projects worldwide (including AK) with 200 GW capacity, including natural gas, fossil (coal, heavy oil and distillates), renewable fuel, hydroelectric, geothermal and wind.