Kalina Power is focused on the industrialisation of the Kalina Cycle® Technology through project ownership, and Turnkey power solutions with a focus on two separate regions, being Asia and the rest of the world.
Kalina Power will focus on the rest of World marketplace and manage the Company’s IP and knowhow and will be specifically focused on building commercial relationships with global companies for the design of installations, procurement of the necessary materials and to build the plants, with the objective of achieving rapid growth of the technology. The partnerships will enable the Company to offer turnkey Kalina plants as an integral component of projects. It is anticipated that Kalina Power will work collaboratively with major industry partners to provide specialised engineering and IP development opportunities.
New Energy Asia (NEA) is focussed on the commercialisation of the Kalina Cycle® in Asian Territories. Kalina Power owns 75% of NEA alongside local partners. Key to the growth of NEA is the first Kalina Cycle plant in China, the Sinopec Hainan 4MWe Kalina Cycle® plant.
Waste Heat to Power (WHP) – Recycling energy.
WHP is the process of recycling discarded heat from industrial processes and power generation facilities to generate electrical power. Energy intensive industries such as petrochemical, cement, steel and glass making and power generation facilities, such as coal fired power stations, make up a majority of waste heat opportunities. Kalina Power’s Kalina Cycle® is the most efficient way to capture low to mid temperature waste heat & transform it into power.
Geothermal and solar thermal - harnessing the earths energy.
Harnessing low to mid temperature renewable heat is a major under-utilised global source of energy. Kalina Cycle Technology has been proven the most efficient to turn low to mid temperature heat into power in a variety of renewable heat applications. Geothermal resources are reservoirs of hot water that exist below the earths surface.
Video Walkthrough of the plant and 3D animation of key elements for Kalina Cycle Closed Loop System.
Mr. MacLachlan has been involved in technology development and commercialization as an active venture capital investor and executive for over 30 years. He has worked and invested with technology companies in a range of industries especially those in the conventional and alternative energy sectors. A strong competency in corporate finance, business development and the strategic management of developing companies; including intellectual property management and technology commercialization.
Mr. MacLachlan has been a frequent speaker and panel participant relating to public policy and development of the cleantech industry, providing advice to provincial and federal governments in Canada.
He is a member of the BC Cleantech CEO Alliance and has served on the boards of both:
Appointed 26 June 2015
Mr Horgan is a qualified lawyer and business executive with over 20 years experience in Europe, Africa, Asia and Australia.
Mr Horgan practiced law with Minter Ellison in Australia before moving to London where he acted as Counsel for S & P 100 Company, The Gillette Company. He sat on Gillette’s Africa, Middle East and Europe Operational Committee overseeing annual sales in excess of USD 1.2 Billion.
Mr Horgan also has extensive licensing experience having overseen the acquisition and licensing of the 2002 and 2006 FIFA world cup broadcast rights for over USD 1 billion.
Mr Horgan has acted as founder, director and advisor to numerous Mining and Energy Companies. His recent experience includes listing South African Coal Company Universal Coal Plc on the ASX and Hungarian Energy Company, Wildhorse Energy PLC, on AIM.
Mr Horgan has extensive experience in China including with Gillette, South China Resources Plc and more recently in advising Kalahari Minerals on its USD 1 billion takeover by China Guangdong Nuclear Power Corp (CGNPC).
Mr. Byrne has over 30 years’ experience in the natural resources industry as an investor and resource business developer. During the past 10 years Mr. Byrne has founded and built a number of companies from the ground up, including from development through to production. In this period he has been instrumental as either CEO or Executive Chairman in overseeing the building of 6 coal mines (in Canada, the US and the UK) along with 3 wash plants, totaling in excess of $500 million of expenditure. Until May 2010 Mr. Byrne was Chairman of Western Coal Corporation, a global coal producer. Since retiring from Western Coal Corporation, Mr. Byrne is now concentrated on identifying projects in and solutions to a number of sustainability issues that exist in the world today.
Appointed 8 May 2009.
Mr. Myers is one of North America’s leading power generation sector professionals, with over 30 years of experience in the downstream energy sector. He has led the development, financing, execution and operation of over 3GWe of independent power projects. Mr. Myers continues to be involved in the development of independent power projects through his position on the Boards of a number of private, clean technology companies and as a senior operating partner at Stonepeak Infrastructure Partners (a US$7bn infrastructure fund).
Mr. Myers was a co-founder, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pristine Power (a developer, builder, and operator of independent power plants that produced and sold electricity for industrial users in Canada). Mr. Myers oversaw Pristine Power’s foundation in 2002, public listing in 2008, and successful sale to Veresen (TSE: VSN, c. C$4.2bn market capitalisation), for US$300m, in late 2010. KALiNA Power’s CEO, Mr. Ross MacLachlan, served as a director with Mr. Myers at Pristine Power from 2002 to 2010.
Appointed 19 October 2016.
As one of Asia-Pacific’s leading sector professionals, Mr. Littlewood was formerly the Group Director of Operations at CLP Group (“China Light and Power”) and was responsible for developing and implementing power projects across China, Hong Kong, India, and other Asia-Pacific countries. He was a member of the Group Executive Committee and Investment Committee, and a Director for numerous China Light and Power subsidiaries and has over 40 years of experience in the energy and power sector.
Over a 36 year career with China Light and Power in Hong Kong, Mr. Littlewood was responsible for engineering, project management, construction, operations and fuel supply for the entire power generation portfolio with Mr. Littlewood being instrumental in the development of multiple projects using coal, natural gas, nuclear, hydro, wind, solar and biomass technologies. During his tenure, China Light and Power became the largest international investor in the Asia-Pacific power market and is the largest external investor in the mainland China power market. It is a significant international investor in the conventional and renewable power sectors and holds significant investments, joint ventures and operations across China, Hong Kong, India, Thailand, Taiwan, and Australia including 100% ownership of Australian subsidiary, Energy Australia.
Mr. Littlewood is currently a member of the Advisory Board for Bloomberg New Energy Finance. He holds a Master’s Degree in Engineering (first class honours) from the University of Cambridge and has completed the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.
Appointed 24 July 2017
Dr Jacques is an independent energy consultant, focusing on the Renewable and Clean Energy sectors, with special emphasis on technical and regulatory issues associated with the integration of distributed and renewable energy sources into existing power grids. Dr Jacques maintains close working relationships with policy makers, regulators, financial organizations and consultants in the energy sectors in Europe and the USA.
Dr Jacques’ international career has embraced research, development and implementation of numerous energy technologies in both the public and private sectors. He has worked with several well-known companies and organizations including BP Ventures (UK), The Energy Laboratory, MIT (Cambridge, USA), Strategic Research Foundation (Australia) and has played key roles in the establishment and management of public and private energy technology companies in Australia and North America.
Appointed 2 March 2010
Mark Mirolli is Chief Technology Officer and head of engineering and technical support staff. Holding a chemical engineering degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a mechanical engineering degree from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Mr. Mirolli has had over 25 years experience in thermal power generation system design and construction.
Formerly the director of Technology Development for ABB Combustion Engineering, Mr. Mirolli was responsible for ABB's R&D engineering functions relating to utility steam generation technology. He has authored over 25 major published papers on advanced power plant design and operations, he is a widely regarded thermal power expert and one of the original minds behind the development and commercialization of fluidized bed boiler technology.