Alphabet Energy makes waste heat valuable. Leveraging nanotechnology research from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and Michigan State University and with over 60 patents issued and filed, the company’s proprietary PowerBlocks™ thermoelectric material turns waste heat from exhaust into electricity and serves as the technology platform for the company’s waste heat recovery products. Customers in energy-intensive industries from oil & gas, mining, manufacturing, transportation to defense use Alphabet Energy’s products to generate reliable remote power while also reducing fuel consumption, operating costs and carbon emissions.

Press contact: Julie Lydon,

In The News

Alphabet Energy Provides Remote Energy to Shale Producers

Tech Company Turning Natural Gas Flares into Electricity in Eagle Ford

Alphabet Energy Bringing New Technology to the Bakken

Engineer Making Waste Heat a Major Power Source

View all news coverage

Press Releases

California Energy Commission Awards Funding for Next Generation Thermoelectric Waste Heat to Power Research

Alphabet Energy Announces $23.5 Million Series C Financing to Keep Pace with Demand for Thermoelectric Waste-Heat-to-Power Products

Alphabet Energy & Coyote North Transform Oil & Gas Enclosed Flares Into a New Source for Cleaner Power Generation

Alphabet Energy Demonstrates Best-in-Class Thermoelectric Performance & Scalability with PowerCard™ Product

View all press releases


14th European Conference on Thermoelectrics (ECT2016)

Shale Insight

2016 Asia Pacific Resilience Innovation Summit & Expo

VERGE Hawaii: Asia Pacific Clean Energy Summit

View all events



It’s Getting Hot in Here: The Next Generation of Thermoelectrics

Thermoelectric materials generate electricity directly from heat. Only a few known materials can do this ...

Thermoelectrics Boost MPG & Enable Computing Power for the Future Car

The automotive industry is in a race to meet the increased electrical power requirements of ...

Waste Heat to Power Eliminates Emissions

Alphabet Energy and Heat is Power, the trade association for the waste heat to power ...
View all infographics