Aurelia Turbines announces its new dedicated distributor in Mexico, “Aurelia Turbines Mexico, SAPI de CV”. The distributor is a new company registered in Mexico City and managed by Thomas Newell. The company will dedicate to the deployment of Aurelia’s technology in both combined heat and power and baseload applications.
Tony Hynes, the Commercial Director of Aurelia Turbines Oy said: “We are very excited about the establishment of this new channel partner in Mexico. The management are experienced and talented in power projects and cogeneration in particular. We are very proud that they have chosen to promote and utilise our ‘Aurelia Turbines’ name as it will help globalise our technology.
As our primary channel in Mexico, we will be supporting the local team to develop their business into an authorised integrator in the very near future. In the meantime we look forward to the first projects of Aurelia Turbines Mexico”.
Thomas Newell, the CEO of Aurelia Turbines Mexico said: ’We had been looking for a better solution for cogeneration and biogas market for some time; the A400 fills a current need for a clean and efficient Power system. This new company will bring advanced technology to the growing combined heat and power market in North America. We see a lot of potential in the market for this high efficiency technology and we are pleased to be given this opportunity to bring Aurelia’s product to the region.”
For more information:
CEO Matti Malkamäki, Aurelia Turbines
tel. +49 176 3063 8250, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Aurelia Turbines Oy was established 2013 and is located in Lappeenranta, Finland with offices in Germany and the UK. Aurelia is focused on commercialising the most efficient small gas turbines in the world. To date, Aurelia has developed a new 400kWe gas turbine utilising IRG2 (Intercooled and Recuperated, Generator on 2 spools) process; the A400. Aurelia’s technology can be used in many different applications including commercial and industrial end users who require both electrical power and heat for their processes as well as those who require steam and/or cooling. Aurelia’s systems are capable of using renewable fuels as well as non-standard fuels.