Etalim is a Canadian high technology company developing a breakthrough form of modular power generation from waste heat, natural gas or other renewable or traditional fuels.
May 2016: The TAC runs at full power and efficiency, fuelled by natural gas.
December 2015: Etalim demonstrates sustained 30% thermal efficiency from a 1 kW TAC-H10 product prototype.
June 2015: Etalim achieves full target performance of 28.5% thermal efficiency at 1 kW electric output, from the company's HT-class prototypes. Work has commenced on the final product version, the H10, which promises even higher performance.
November 2014: Etalim is awarded a EUREKA grant to advance commercialization of the TAC technology for micro-CHP in Europe.
May 2013: Etalim is awarded a $1.4 million grant by Natural Resources Canada ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative, and a grant extension from Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) for $2.95 million. Project completion reports are available for viewing in English or French.
April 2013: Etalim brings online the latest TAC-HT engine, targeting full product-level performance specifications.
October 2012: Etalim selected as top-10 emerging Canadian privately-held Cleantech company, by Corporate Knights magazine.
June 2011: Etalim awarded Most Promising Pre-commercial Technology 2011 by the BC Technology Industry Association
January 2011: Etalim is featured in the prestigious MIT Technology Review.