PHG Energy becomes Aries Clean Energy to reflect shift to waste-to-energy technologies

April 2, 2017 |

In Tennessee, PHG Energy has been renamed Aries Clean Energy  to reflect the evolution of the clean energy and sustainable waste disposal company.  Eight patents have been granted to the company for innovations in the gasification field. Most of those already have been deployed successfully in projects for both industry and municipalities, cleanly converting a mixture of wood waste, biosolids and scrap tires to electricity.

“The old name, PHG Energy, worked well for us when we basically offered industrial fuel gas conversion equipment,” said CEO Greg Bafalis. “Aries Clean Energy is a brand that much better represents what we do today as well as our product line and focus going forward.”

“Our downdraft and fluidized bed gasification projects have proven themselves viable with over 50,000 hours of commercial operation,” Bafalis added. “Putting these clean and sustainable energy innovations to work in more locations, and bringing some of our latest research and development efforts to the marketplace this year are going to be exciting steps for us and for the industry.”

Learn more about Aries Clean Energy’s installation of the world’s largest downdraft gasification unit.

In addition, Aries Clean Energy operates a solar design and installation division focusing on commercial and community scale projects. Formerly ARiES Energy, that group is also being renamed.

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