The Van Nuys-based microturbine manufacturer emerged from bankruptcy on Dec. 7th, kicking off a restructuring to streamline its procurement and sales operations, keep up to date with nascent technology and cater to a global market in greater need of energy solutions than ever.
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Andretti Autosport sponsor Capstone Green Energy put its products to use at Texas Motor Speedway by powering the team’s massive hospitality complex as Jim Crouse tells RACER’s Marshall Pruett.
The Lebanon Solid Waste Facility serves nearly two dozen communities in New Hampshire and Vermont. Soon, the trash residents drop off there will be used to power the city. As the trash decomposes, it produces landfill gas. That gas is currently burned off. But, instead of burning it in the future, a new $5 million facility will use the gas to produce electricity using a Capstone microturbine. The conversion process will generate about 1,000 kilowatts of electricity. The renewable energy will be redistributed to the electrical grid in order to power city facilities. The project is also expected to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 3,500 tons per year.
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A Capstone C65 microturbine provides extended range for this Class 7 work truck prototype by charging a 47kWh Li-Ion battery pack onboard.