IRAP funding supports new high volume process for producing parts for thermal and energy systems
VANCOUVER, BC – Terrella Energy Systems announced that is has secured a financial contribution from the National Research Council of Canada (NRC) Industrial Research Assistance Program (IRAP), of $242,600. Terrella is a manufacturing company developing a high volume, embossing technology that efficiently produces parts for energy and thermal management products. The financial support will be used to advance development and commercialization of technology and solutions, including high-speed manufacturing systems that use roll embossing methods.
“The IRAP expert technical advisory services as well as the financial support, will help us roll out the future,” says John Kenna, Terrella Energy founder and President.
“IRAP has provided tremendous support to Terrella Energy and continues to help advance innovative engineering technologies that will improve the production process for new energy systems such as fuel cells, water purification systems, and thermal heat extraction devices. Opportunities will also be created to support clean energy companies based in the Lower Mainland, as well as international suitors. The key benefit we offer is our high-volume, low-cost solution that keeps their technology competitive. The capability for processing speeds allows us to assist our customers in meeting the demands in today’s arduous market.”
About Terrella Energy Systems
Terrella’s unique, high-volume, manufacturing process streamlines the development of new products in the early stages of their product development cycle, thereby reducing early production costs and improving time to market.
TERRELLA ENERGY CONTACT:
John Kenna, Founder and President
Direct: (604) 820-0123