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ReGen8 Energy's Combined Heat & Power Systems

Waste not, want not. ReGen8 Energy’s patented, proprietary technology allows facilities and communities with hydrocarbon waste to convert them into electrical power and heat with a substantial reduction in CO2 footprint.

eco-friendly and profitable

Six reasons our solution is optimal

  1. ReGen8 Energy turns waste hydrocarbons into clean energy.
  2. ReGen8 Energy produces clean process heat.
  3. ReGen8 Energy is more cost-effective.
  4. ReGen8 Energy substantially reduces carbon emissions.
  5. ReGen8 Energy eliminates potential groundwater pollution sources.
  6. ReGen8 Energy prevents contamination that results from improperly handling hazardous materials.

We deploy a three-pronged solution that includes an external combustion engine system, thermoelectric generator system (TEG), and our unique joint venture partner, DeMission carbon capture technology. In targeting one problem, we have solved a second problem with carbon capture while creating revenue.

ReGen8 technology is designed to operate not only on liquid waste hydrocarbons but also gaseous hydrocarbons such as methane, natural gas, and bio-gas


External combustion engine system

Waste oil is pumped from a holding tank to the RG8E System where it is preheated and then atomized in a afterburner and ignited. The fuel is combusted in an enclosed chamber heating the working fluid in coiled tubes. The resulting steam is used to run the EC engine.

Thermoelectric generator system (TEG)

Following the same initial process as the previous system, the hot oil flows across one side of the Peltier modules. A predetermined number of modules are combined into a "Power Brick" and a cool water mixture flows across the opposite side of the modules. The temperature difference produces an electrical charge.

Carbon capture technology

ReGen8 Energy Inc. has entered into a licensing agreement with DeMission Inc. to filter the exhaust of the module to capture and intercept the CO2 gases separating and final polishing to food-grade CO2.