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Enginuity Power Systems acquires Katech

July 29, 2020 | By HPAC Magazine

The engine maker will help commercialize Enginuity's micro-Combined Heat and Power product, E1, an integrated system that provides electric power along with space and water heating.

Enginuity Power Systems acquired Detroit-based engine builder Katech earlier this year as part of a strategy to speed the commercialization of its micro-Combined Heat and Power (mCHP) product, E1.


Enginuity Power Systems’ m-CHP system.

E1 replaces a standard water heater with a fully integrated system that provides a home with electric power and space and water heating requirements.

At the heart of E1 is a small internal combustion engine that runs quietly and efficiently on multiple fuels. Katech Engineering is working on the latest generation of the engine, and on the mCHP assembly, which are critical steps toward E1 commercialization.

Katech will continue to operate its established businesses, which includes motorsports, vehicle aftermarket, and corporate accounts.






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