China Recycling Energy Corp.
(NASDAQ : CREG)

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Company Profile

China Recycling Energy Corp. manufactures energy saving ballasts and related equipment. Its operations are carried out through the following recovery systems: Blast Furnace Top Gas Recovery Turbine Unit, Cement Low Temp Heat Power Generation, Waste Gas Power Generation, Combined Cycle Power Plant, and Biomass Waste Power Generation. The TRT utilizes high pressured gas emitted from the steel blast furnace and converts the pressured energy into mechanical energy to drive the turbine units and generate electricity. The CHPG collects and utilizes medium to low temperature wasted steam and gas emitted from production process of the cement rotary kilns to generate electricity. The WGPG utilizes flammable waste gas emitted from coal mining, petroleum exploitation, and refinery processing as a fuel source to generate electricity. The CCPP generates electricity by burning previously released gas generated during the iron making process of blast furnaces. The BWPG utilizes high pressured gas emitted from the furnace that burns biomass waste such as wood, straw, rice straw, rice husk, and biogases, and then converts energy into mechanical energy to drive the turbines and generate electricity. China Recycling Energy was founded by Guo Hua Ku in May 2004 and is headquartered in Xi'an, China.