Clear Energy Systems and SARN Power Sign Agreement for Eastern Europe and CIS
PHOENIX, WASHINGTON and PRAGUE, Sept. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ClearEnergySystems, Inc. (CES), an innovator in mobile and distributed power generation systems, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its relationship with SARNPower, LLC by concluding an exclusive master distribution agreement. SARN Power will market, service, commercialize and distribute CES power generation products throughout Central and Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Through this strategic alliance, Clear Energy Systems will launch its premier product—the Genesis™ 1000—into the Eastern European and CIS marketplace in early 2013. Genesis™ 1000 is the world's smallest and lightest one megawatt distributed power generation system. At only 18 feet (5.74 m) long and 16,200 lbs (7348 kg), the fully-enclosed Genesis™ is one-third the size and one-fifth the weight of typical 1MW power systems.
"SARN Power possesses the critical capabilities necessary to see early and long term results in the competitive energy market," said Anthony Carmen, president and CEO of Clear Energy Systems. "We're proud to be working with SARN to launch Genesis™ power products in this vast region."
SARN Power, LLC is a subsidiary of SARN Energy. Based in Washington, D.C., SARN invests in energy technology at the commercialization stage.
"We're excited to add Clear Energy Systems' advanced power generation products to our portfolio," said Stephen Richards, chairman of SARN Energy. "There is a strong demand for distributed power generation and innovative technology platforms."
Steve Bray, president of Power Plus, a California-based energy solutions company and early advocate of Genesis™ power technology said: "The combination of small size and weight, fully-enclosed trailer mobility, and massive generating power means that this technology will transform how energy managers plan for or deploy distributed generation assets."
The fuel-flexible Genesis™ operates on natural gas, LP gases (propane and butane), bio-methane from landfills and bio-digesters, and flare gas from oil drilling and processing.
"These units are indispensable for oil and gas exploration and resource development, especially in remote areas," said Greg Reid, president of GasGen Canada. "This product is logistically and economically feasible to generate electricity in remote regions where oil and gas are located."
An ethanol-fueled version of the Genesis™ 1000 is also expected later in 2013.
SOURCE Clear Energy Systems, Inc.