Genalta will deploy the three Capstone C1000s at its client’s natural gas processing facility, and the C1000 power packages will be fueled by gas captured from refinery flares.

Capstone microturbines will lower the CO2 emissions since they use the waste gas to produce reliable and clean renewable energy onsite.

Horizon Canada vice president and corporate account manager Todd Taylor said the three C1000s will help the processing plant lower its energy costs and emissions.

Capstone sales and marketing executive vice president Jim Crouse said the sale allows the company to significantly grow its established presence in the Canadian oil and gas industry.

Genalta is a Canadian firm that develops, owns, and operates independent power plants that produce and sell environmentally-friendly electricity from waste energy sources.

Capstone is a clean-technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems.