PTG’s combined heat and power technology: 1) reduces energy costs; 2) provides access to a ‘free’ supply of hot water; and 3) provides protection against brownouts and blackouts.
May 2, 2016
PTG Water & Energy (PTG), an innovator of onsite power generation and water process technology for commercial use, will showcase its advanced combined heat and power (CHP) and wastewater disinfection system at this week’s Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo, May 3rd through May 6th in Philadelphia.
PTG’s systems are optimized for craft breweries, and its technology is attracting forward-thinking craft brewers who want to reduce their electricity and other energy bills — while boosting their commitment to energy efficiency. PTG recently deployed its latest system at a leading California craft brewer, fulfilling these savings and efficiency goals.
“Craft brewers, who are interested in PTG’s technology, want to run efficient operations that conserve resources and protect themselves from rising energy and water processing costs,” said Greg Ryan, CEO and co-founder of PTG. “We can help them on these fronts. The combination of energy self-generation, the availability of hot water as a cost-free by-product, and protection from blackouts and brownouts — these are all extremely compelling benefits for craft brewers of all sizes.”
PTG’s systems are sustainable, reliable and safe and they are easy to integrate into existing brewing processes.
Attendees: to learn more and meet key PTG Water & Energy personnel at BrewExpo America in Philadelphia – please stop by Booth 4027 at your convenience.
About PTG Water & Energy
PTG Water & Energy (PTG) is a rapidly growing California company that designs and markets CHP and water processing solutions for various industrial markets. PTG delivers the most energy-efficient and the lowest-cost processes on the market for all kinds of industries including craft beer, agriculture, and food processing. PTG has won several awards such as the prestigious Innovative Technology Award from the Water Environment Federation (WEF), the Blue Tech Research’s BlueTruffle Award, Katerva Award, Artemis Top 50 Water Tech award, and the Popular Science “Best of What’s New” award.