Stirling Biopower Inc. is pleased to announce that it is changing its name to Stirling Power Inc. The name change is effective immediately and is complemented by a new company logo and web site, www.sp-usa.com. Stirling Power President and CEO David Miklosi says, “This name change is an important evolutionary step in refining our image as a Stirling engine company that is in the energy business, and more specifically, able to generate power from a wide variety of heat and energy sources.” Stirling Power’s product, called the FleXgen, is the world’s most advanced Stirling engine. Future product plans and related details will be released via the company website and press releases as they develop.
About Stirling Power
Headquarted in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA, Stirling Power designs, manufactures and sells the world’s most advanced Stirling-powered electrical generator. For more than 30 years, Stirling Power has perfected electrical generation using the Stirling engine; its research and development have resulted in more than 32 patents. Stirling Power’s flagship product, FleXgen, is a renewable energy solution that is useful in a wide variety of global applications and is environmentally and financially advantageous. For more information, visit www.sp-usa.com.
XEMC Ltd is headquartered in the Hunan province of China. Founded in 1936, today it is a diverse manufacturer of heavy equipment and machinery, specializing in electrical motors and drives for a variety of applications, such as marine and transportation markets. XEMC is also a recognized leader in renewable energy, designing and manufacturing utility scale wind turbines. With 5 branches, 10 wholly owned subsidiaries, 11 holding subsidiaries and 12 joint stock companies in the group, XEMC trades on the Shanghai stock market under ID 600416. For more information, visit www.xemc.com.cn