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Published on November 22nd, 2014 | by Beth Bond


Solar & Waste Heat (TalkSolar Podcast)

November 22nd, 2014 by  

Leveraging waste heat is a model for making any energy production more efficient. In the TalkSolar podcast below, I interview Phil Brennan, I his company’s technology fits in with the solar equation and the DOE project that is exploring waste heat and the solar connection.

Echogen Power Solutions is taking what was once waste and creating additional power with the waste heat, using no water. This is a breakthrough compared to the conventional method of using waste heat to generate electricity. So, listen in as Phil discusses this technology.

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If you’re curious, here’s a bit more info about Phil:

Philip Brennan of Echogen Power SystemsPhilip has 24 years of leadership in business development, marketing, and sales management with Fortune 100 companies and entrepreneurial startups. He has led and managed a variety of businesses, ranging from $220 million+ portfolios, to turnarounds, to emerging start-ups. Over his career, Phil has conceived, developed, and launched over 100 new products in the plastics, nutraceuticals, food, and packaged goods industries, and has raised over $50 million in equity and grant funding while preparing companies for the next stage of growth. He has held senior and executive management positions in operations, finance, manufacturing, sales, and general management for Pfizer, Warner Lambert, and Rubbermaid, and was the youngest recipient of Georgetown University’s Graduate Fellowship for the Masters in Business Administration.

After hours, Phil and his wife can be found playing zone defense on their five children. They enjoy traveling both domestically and internationally with their family and experimenting with the local cuisine. Phil uses his spare time to study how best to utilize the world’s increasingly scarce resources of EFWS (Energy, Food, Water, and Sleep). 

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About the Author

is the Curator of Green and Sustainable Business News at Southeast Green, and the driving force behind Southeast Green. Bond spent her formative years in Mobile, Alabama. She graduated from Florida State University and then served in Bouza, Niger as a Peace Corps Volunteer. When not working to better her community, she participates in her church where she serves as Co-Chair for the Creation Care committee. She is an avid tennis and college football fan.

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