January 23, 2017 5:05 PM ET

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Company Overview of Alphabet Energy, Inc.

Company Overview

Alphabet Energy, Inc. develops and markets waste heat recovery technology that converts waste heat into electricity internationally. The company’s thermoelectric materials and devices are used to turn heat directly into electricity in various applications, such as metals refining, cement and glass production, power generation, automotive and aerospace, and military. The company was founded in 2009 and is based in Hayward, California.

26225 Eden Landing Road

Suite D

Hayward, CA 94545

United States

Founded in 2009



Key Executives for Alphabet Energy, Inc.

Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Founder and Scientific Adviser
Vice President of Operations
Vice President of Mechanical Systems Engineering
Director of Process Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Alphabet Energy, Inc. Key Developments

Alphabet Energy and Coyote North Announce the Availability of Power Generating Combustor

Alphabet Energy, Inc. announced the availability of the Power Generating Combustor (PGC™). Designed for Quad O compliance, the PGC™ is an integrated combustor and solid-state power generator that converts exhaust heat from enclosed flares into electrical power. By generating a new source of electrical power from enclosed flares, the PGC™ eliminates the need for diesel- and natural gas-powered generators and electrical grid connections at well pads, reducing costs of fuel, rental and maintenance, and eliminating emissions. The two companies are working together to jointly develop and distribute the new product. Jointly designed and developed by Alphabet Energy and Coyote North, the Power Generating Combustor (PGC™) is an integrated combustor and solid-state power generator that converts exhaust heat from enclosed flares into electrical power.

Alphabet Energy Introduces the PowerModule Developer Kit™ for Increased Industrial Energy Efficiency

Alphabet Energy announced the general availability of the PowerModule Developer Kit, turnkey package for building and testing thermoelectric technology in a wide range of exhaust systems or on an exhaust test bench. After successful customer deployments of Alphabet Energy's PowerModule™ technology product and the turnkey E1™ Thermoelectric Generator (E1), the PowerModule Developer Kit™ brings these breakthrough technologies to a wider range of industrial exhaust systems. Alphabet Energy's PowerModule Developer Kit™ consists of four components required to quickly and easily convert waste heat into electricity. Simple-to-install and inexpensive, the PowerModule Developer Kit™ helps owners of waste heat implement a high return-on-investment waste heat recovery system for their own exhaust flues using Alphabet Energy's thermoelectric technologies. It represents the first modular, adaptable technology for thermal power generation, and is a precursor for any customer to utilize Alphabet Energy's PowerModule™ widely across operations.

Alphabet Energy, Inc. Introduces PowerModule for Modular Thermoelectric Waste Heat to Power Generation

Alphabet Energy, Inc. announced the availability of the Alphabet Energy PowerModule as a standalone product. Now, any energy-intensive industry from automotive, commercial trucking, industrial manufacturing, defense, oil & gas, to mining can custom design solutions to fit their unique needs and convert exhaust heat into valuable electricity. The Alphabet Energy PowerModule is a solid-state, liquid-cooled electrical generator that converts exhaust heat into electricity using Alphabet Energy’s proprietary PowerBlocks thermoelectric materials. Thoroughly tested in Alphabet Energy’s first product, the E1 Thermoelectric Generator (there are 32 PowerModules in an E1), the PowerModule directly accepts exhaust heat with a temperature ranging from 350 – 600 °C and transforms it into DC electricity, delivering up to 850 watts of power. As the E1 continues to prove valuable to customers in the oil & gas, mining and defense industries as they generate reliable remote power while also reducing fuel consumption, operating costs and carbon emissions, the PowerModule has gained market traction on its own. Alone, the PowerModule can be used on a passenger vehicle to reduce alternator loads and improve fuel efficiency, or scaled in multiples to increase energy efficiency for industrial furnaces at a steel manufacturing plant. The company will jointly develop and commercialize a next-generation-exhaust system incorporating PowerModules, with the goal of delivering significant fuel savings for commercial fleet truck fleets.

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