Enerji to install waste heat power in Australia

Perth-based clean power company Enerji Limited (ASX:ERJ.AX) has been granted works approval enabling commencement of installation on the site of Australia's first Opcon Powerbox.

"This is a watershed moment for Enerji and its shareholders as we begin construction of what we expect to be the first of many of our waste heat recovery systems," said Enerji Managing Director and CEO, Greg Pennefather.

The Opcon Powerbox cogeneration technology transforms waste heat into electricity and therefore creates significant energy cost and CO2 emissions savings for its customers.

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