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MWM Moves Into North American Markets

Posted on May 1, 2009

MWM, formerly known as Deutz Power Systems, announced its expansion and commitment in the U.S. market with the opening of its new U.S. headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. The company provides renewable energy solutions for a variety of industries through the development of highly efficient, environmentally friendly industrial engines. These engines convert both natural gas and bio-gas into electricity, which is sold to the power grid to assist our utilities in providing reliable energy to our homes and workplaces.

“The excitement about using a renewable energy to better our environment is at an all time high, but we’ve been doing it since before it was cool,” said Ron Ford, CEO, MWM of America, Inc.. MWM creates eco-friendly solutions for producing clean, renewable energy across industries and around the globe. An example of one of those solutions is combined heat and power (CHP). As electricity is generated, heat from the engine is captured and used to heat water, or create steam, or even used in chillers for A/C– rather than being emitted into the atmosphere as a by-product.

Customized solutions range from the use of methane gas emitted by a landfill in Illinois, to natural gas in California, or bio-gas in Schleswig-Holstein – the MWM gensets turn raw material efficiently into the energy outcome desired.

MWM’s roots can be traced back to its founding by famous auto inventor Carl Benz in the year 1871. The name originally stood for the former Motoren-Werke Mannheim of Mannheim, Germany. Reclaiming the name MWM allows the European based company to draw upon its heritage of over 138 years of experience in precision engineering. Today the company has more than 1,150 employees, with worldwide sales and service subsidiaries in 10 countries.

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