Today's Date: December 7, 2022
Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP, a Leading Securities Fraud Law Firm, Announces the Filing of a Securities Class Action on Behal   •   2022 Export Practitioner Monthly Subscription: Detailed Look at US Export Licensing Requirements and Enforcement Policies - Rese   •   Meijer Brightens Holiday for In-Store and Pickup Customers with Nearly $400,000 in Surprise Holiday Shopping Sprees   •   Government of Canada invests in MEDTEQ+ to fund groundbreaking technologies that will benefit Canada's seniors and their familie   •   PALMER'S RELEASES FIRST BRAND CAMPAIGN IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE SASHA GROUP   •   Sara Romine Joins Lockton as U.S. General Counsel   •   KERV Interactive Elevates Jay Wolff to Chief Revenue Officer, Tapping Former TikTok Executive Creed Pettit as SVP, Revenue &   •   Old Glory Bank Announces Code of Vets as Charitable Round-Up Partner   •   Agilent Again Named to Newsweek’s List of America’s Most Responsible Companies   •   Impact Podcast with John Shegerian Features Hearst’s David Carey   •   Protecting more nature in partnership with Indigenous Peoples   •   SpineThera Announces Results for SX600 from its SALIENT Phase 2 Sciatica Pain Clinical Trial Supporting the Potential for Best-I   •   INVESTIGATION ALERT: The Schall Law Firm Announces it is Investigating Claims Against Welltower Inc. and Encourages Investors wi   •   BWXT Starts Production of TRISO Fuel for First U.S. Generation IV Microreactor   •   Library and Archives Canada launches new Listen, Hear Our Voices funding cycle for 2023-2024, in support of First Nations, Inuit   •   Library and Archives Canada announces First Nations, Inuit and Métis Nation organizations receiving 2022-2023 funding fro   •   Crowley and Wreaths Across America to Host Wreath Laying Ceremony to Honor Veteran Roberto Clemente 50 Years After His Passing   •   INVESTOR ALERT: Law Offices of Howard G. Smith Announces Investigation of Veru Inc. (VERU) on Behalf of Investors   •   Three Hightower Advisors Win Honors from InvestmentNews' Women to Watch Awards   •   Populus Financial Group Donates $15,000 to Junior Achievement; Volunteers Teach JA in a Day
Bookmark and Share

ElectraTherm and Transitional Energy Sign Letter of Intent to Develop Geothermal Resources

ElectraTherm and Transitional Energy Sign Letter of Intent to Develop Geothermal Resources

PR Newswire

A Partnership Between Industry Experts to Convert Heat Waste to Power in the Oil and Gas Industry

DENVER and FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga., Sept. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Transitional Energy, a geothermal technology and development company, and Georgia-based ElectraTherm, Inc. announce that they have signed a Letter of Intent to partner to convert heat waste to power in the oil and gas industry. This announcement builds upon the successful pilot operation of Transitional Energy's Sedna Sled Geothermal System earlier this year at an oilfield located in rural Nevada. That system included ElectraTherm's Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) equipment.

The oil and gas industry produces millions of megawatts of thermal energy in the form of hot oil, gas, and water from wellbores across the United States. This heat is dissipated at the surface or is cooled off with industrial chillers prior to entering pipelines. Transitional Energy is deploying a proprietary system utilizing ElecraTherm's ORC equipment to generate power from this thermal energy.

Transitional Energy, a majority women-owned company, was founded in Colorado and is focused on developing low temperature geothermal resources from the oil and gas industry. Leveraging the team's oilfield experience, Transitional Energy has a market ready solution for oil and gas companies looking to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, chill produce fluids, and power their operations with 100% renewable energy.

"We value collaboration at Transitional Energy and working more strategically with ElectraTherm will allow us to bring greater value to our customers. We believe integration of ideas will be the solution to energy insecurity and emission reductions," said Salina Derichsweiler, CEO of Transitional Energy.

ElectraTherm provides industry leading heat recovery solutions utilizing ORC equipment along with proprietary technologies to convert sources of low temperature heat into clean electricity. Established in 2005 and supported by Bitzer SE, the world's largest independent manufacturer of refrigeration compressors, ElectraTherm is able to continuously develop and refine ORC heat recovery solutions. Having shipped over 100 ORC systems to over 13 countries and achieving over 2 million hours of operation, they are a global leader in low-temperature waste heat recovery.

"ElectraTherm is proud to be a part of Transitional Energy's strong value proposition to the O&G market. Using co-produced fluids to create continuous, carbon-free, renewable energy is a clear win-win for operators looking to offset their carbon footprint in a way that makes strong business sense," said Matt Lish, Managing Director of ElectraTherm.

About Transitional Energy

Transitional Energy, based in Denver, Colorado, is the first majority women-owned geothermal energy developer in the United States, turning oil and gas waste streams into baseload renewable electricity. Transitional Energy's unique processes and proprietary technology will permit the company to develop geothermal energy in lower-temperature zones. Transitional Energy leverages a combined 100 years of experience in oil and gas and a deep understanding of subsurface geology to integrate into existing well pad operations while providing a service that allows operators to produce a hybrid energy source that reduces their carbon footprint and generates renewable energy for the grid. Learn more at

About ElectraTherm

Headquartered in Flowery Branch, Georgia, ElectraTherm provides industry-leading heat recovery solutions utilizing the Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) along with proprietary technologies to convert sources of low temperature heat – such as waste heat and micro geothermal – into clean electricity. Our simple and effective solutions use hot water as fuel – increasing energy efficiency, reducing operating costs, and decreasing overall emissions – with no additional fuel consumption or emissions. Our commercially proven low temperature ORC systems utilize heat sources as low as 70°C to generate up to 300 kWe of clean electricity. Learn more at


Ashley Edge, ElectraTherm | |+1 678-267-7620

Johanna Ostrum, Transitional Energy | | +1 406-690-4849

Cision View original content to download multimedia:

SOURCE ElectraTherm and Transitional Energy

Back to top
| Back to home page

White House Live Stream
alsharpton Rev. Al Sharpton
9 to 11 am EST
jjackson Rev. Jesse Jackson
10 to noon CST


Sounds Make the News ®
Atlanta - WAOK-Urban
Berkley / San Francisco - KPFA-Progressive
Chicago - WVON-Urban
KJLH - Urban
Los Angeles - KJLH - Urban
WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WKDM-Mandarin Chinese
New York - WADO-Spanish
WBAI - Progressive
New York - WBAI - Progressive
Washington - WOL-Urban

Listen to United Natiosns News