The New Economy

January 05, 2015 13:00 ET

Ener-Core Recognised by The New Economy for Contributions to Renewable Energy in 2014

LONDON, ENGLAND--(Marketwired - Jan. 5, 2015) - As demands on the world's energy solutions become more constrained with seismic population growth across all territories, the search for long term supply-side answers increases daily. It is precisely for this reason that The New Economy recognises forerunners in the clean tech and renewable energy sectors in the magazine's annual awards.

One firm that stuck out in 2014 was Irvine, California-based Ener-Core, who through substantial votes and the judges' appraisal system won the award for Best Air and Environment Solutions.

Converting air pollution to clean energy, the firm manufactures products and technologies to generate power at competitive prices.

On selecting Ener-Core for the award, the judges noted a number of unique benefits the Company has brought to market. "In this particular category, Ener-Core stuck out head and shoulders above other nominees," noted a member of the judging panel. "Not just the company's technological advances, but their processes and mechanisms to get to where they are in terms of deliverables signals a great strive in human development."

Ener-Core's solution is the Gradual Oxidizer, which is due to replace standard combustors in gas turbines. The patented technology allows the system to produce energy with far fewer emissions from the polluting gases generated by industries worldwide - pleasing regulators, energy providers, clients, and the environment.

Providing economical solutions to renewable energy markets has been of pressing importance to the future of mankind, and The New Economy was delighted to recognise the work done by this extraordinary firm.

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