Efficient Thermal Energy Corporation

Unique Thermal-Hydraulic Technology

Our innovative patent-pending Thermal-Hydraulic technology is unique and provides alternative energy for various scalable applications. Be it in desalination, electric power generation, co-generation, oil and gas, agriculture, and many other electric motors, gas engine, or steam turbine-driven systems. Energy consumption can now be reduced by 90% in costs with a green, renewable, sustainable solution.

The “Why” is because efficient solutions need only 160(F) / 71(C) hot water as their fuel. Power, with a cup of coffee.

Existing technologies such as Stirling and Rankine cycle require significantly higher temperatures and associated costs and requirements.

Only thing we need

Alternative Energy Resources for Hot Water fuel

  • World Energy Solution
  • Eliminate Fossil Fuels
  • Off the Grid
  • Sustainable Energy

Solar Thermal Energy

Remote off-grid, effective use of open land, more efficient than PV solar

Geo-Thermal Energy

Low-cost & Recapture cost, only 500-1500 feet wells, renewable 24/7 energy, plentiful and available


Reduces chiller requirements, increase the efficiency of the current system, savings on new energy

Waste Heat

Utilized as fuel, eliminates fuel costs and boilers, reduces greenhouse gasses

Biomass Power

Corn, wood, peat, landfill gases, and alcohol fuels

What We Offer

Our products are true renewable energy, no combustion, silent, generating no emissions, extremely durable, maintenance-free, environmentally friendly, and carbon-free.

Efficient Thermal Energy Corporation modular designs use very few moving parts, very little energy is dissipated in heat loss, silent, utilizing indirect motion. There is no friction or power loss, no gearing, and no change of phase during the thermal cycle providing four times unique torque power.

The designs are flexible to adapt to all available hot water resources such as thermal solar, geothermal, thermal energy recovery, waste heat and gas, and even local geographic resources that might be available such as natural gas, wood-burning, kerosene, Irish peat, corn, and anything to sustain 160(F) / 71(C) hot water.

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