FlexEnergy, a cleantech company that creates clean energy with near-zero emissions from harmful greenhouse gases, has acquired the Energy Systems business of Ingersoll Rand.

The Energy Systems business is headquartered in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and will advance environmentally friendly microturbines, microturbine systems and recuperators.

FlexEnergy recently unveiled its new Flex Powerstation technology at the Lamb Canyon Landfill in Riverside County, which transforms harmful and previously unusable methane gas into clean energy with near-zero emissions.

FlexEnergy CEO Joseph Perry said that the acquisition of Energy Systems allows the company to accelerate our rollout of Flex Powerstations domestically and abroad by bringing to its team the engineering and manufacturing professionals of Energy Systems.

The acquisition of the Energy Systems MT250 microturbine product line allows FlexEnergy to offer a family of systems that operate on the widest source of fuels with the lowest emission profile in the industry.