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NV Energy
NV Energy provides electricity and natural gas to more than 1.2 million customrers from Reno to Las Vegas, NV. More Information.

Midland Cogeneration Venture
Midland Cogeneration Venture is the largest natural gas fired combined electrical and steam energy generation plant in the U.S. More Information.

LG Chem (Korea)
LG Chem has been the leading chemical industry in Korea since 1947. More Information.

POSCO (Korea)
POSCO is a leading steel company in Korea. More Information.

Princeton Univerity
District Energy Plant in Princeton, NJ supplies electric and thermal energies to the univeristy campus More Information

Tenaga Nasional Berhad (Malaysia)
Largest electric company in Malaysia. More Information

Weaver & Associates, Inc.
Provides Consulting services. More Information

R. Fjallstrom & Associates, Inc.
Provides consulting services. More Information

Shuangliang Eco-Energy Systems Co., Ltd.,
A leading absorption chiller manufacturer since 1985.
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Distributed Storage Technologies LLC
Provides a new advanced cooling technology.
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Rashtriya Chemicals & Fertilizers Limited (India)
A leading manufacturer of chemcilas and fertilizers in India.
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CB&I
CB&I is the most complete energy infrastructure focused company in the world with 125 years of experience. More Information.

AES Corporation
AES Corporation is a global power company that owns and operates a diverse and growing portfolio of electricity generation and distribution businesses to customers in 18 countries. More Information.

Dynegy Inc.
Dynegy operates power generating facilities in eight states in the Midwest, the Northeast and the West Coast. The company's portfolio consists of nearly 26,000 megawatts of generating facilities. More Information.

Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (Jamaica)
The Jamaica Public Service Company Limited (JPS) is the sole distributor of electricity in Jamaica and has a generation capacity of over 620 MW.  More Information.


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