June 30, 2023
Innotech completes an independent third party technical/economic assessment of the company's compression cycle heat to power process.
The study, commissioned by Marnoch Thermal Power, to validate and determine the viability of the process for commercial exploitation, has been successfully completed on behalf of prospective users who have expressed interest in various applications of the technology for converting waste heat to power.
A complete analysis of the process, including thermodynamic and mechanical aspects of the technology was thoroughly assessed for issues that would be detrimental for implementation.
Heat sources ranging from 50°C to 300°C and heat sinks as low as -40°C were used in the modelling.
The study is now under consideration by the prospective end users.
September 5, 2018
Development begins on the next generation ultra-high pressure prototype in the Clean Energy Research Lab (CERL) at the OTU campus in Oshawa Ontario.
July 3, 2018
Marnoch Technologies develops enhanced embodiment of its patented heat to power technology. The new process flow will incorporate ultra-high pressure components to improve efficiency and reduce the footprint by an additional 40%.
February 27, 2016
Professional Engineers of Ontario York Region Chapter recognizes Marnoch Technologies as a finalist in the Engineering Technology of the Year contest.
Company President and CEO Ian Marnoch receives finalist award at the Professional Engineers of Ontario York Region Chapter ceremony
December 31, 2013
Canadian Intellectual Property Office (CIPO) grants Ian Marnoch a Canadian patent for a thermal energy conversion device.
January 1, 2012
Ontario Research Foundation: Clean Hydrogen Production and Water Splitting Technologies project commences, including further development of the Marnoch Technologies engine which will provide clean and sustainable electricity to help power the unit.
December 12, 2011
Today, the Honourable Gary Goodyear, Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, announced a one-year extension of the Applied Research and Commercialization (ARC) initiative, creating jobs and economic growth in the region. Minister Goodyear, accompanied by Oshawa Member of Parliament Colin Carrie, made the announcement while celebrating partnerships established through the initiative between the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (OTU) and 13 southern Ontario businesses.
Last year, under the ARC initiative, OTU was approved for up to $739,000 from FedDev Ontario to partner with small- and medium-sized businesses on activities such as applied research, engineering design, technology development, product testing, and certification. With their project partners, OTU researchers are working to bring new products to the marketplace sooner.
The extension, with funding of up to $15 million, will enable the participating 24 post-secondary institutions to apply for additional support.
Left to right: Dr.Michael Owen (Associate Provost, Research, OTU), Dr.Tim McTiernan (President, OTU),The Honourable Gary Goodyear (Minister of State for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario), Ian Marnoch (President, Marnoch Technologies), Colin Carrie (Member of Parliament for Oshawa).
Ian Marnoch demonstrates the patented Marnoch Engine to Minister Goodyear in the CERL Lab at OTU.
September 27, 2011
USPTO grants Ian Marnoch a second patent for an advanced thermal energy conversion device. The patent is exclusively licensed to Marnoch Technologies Inc.