Infinia

  • Manufacturing 3.2 kW dish concentrator systems using a free-piston Stirling engine manufactured in-house as well as OEM contractors including Cosma and MFG
  • Currently has capacity for 30,000 engines in Odgen, UT; less than 1 MW worth of systems deployed in 2010
  • Current installed cost of ~$4.38/W with p...
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