Waste Gas Company Shifts to a Licensing Fee Business Model

By Waste360.

Ener-Core Inc. has signed a commercial and manufacturing license agreement (CMLA) with the Dresser-Rand business, granting it the exclusive right to manufacture Ener-Core’s power oxidizer gas turbines within the 1 to 4 MW power capacity range and to sell the power oxidizers directly to industrial customers.

Ener-Core designs and manufactures a technology that converts waste gases from a wide range of industries directly into clean power. Its technology, for example, can be used to convert low-btu landfill gas into onsite power. The company received a conditional purchase order in May worth $3.29 million to build, deliver and install four of its EC-250 EcoStations at the Toyon Canyon Landfill site within Los Angeles’ Griffith Park.