Wall Street Analyzer Catches Up With Tecogen


Tecogen, Inc’s (NASDAQ: TGEN) management provided an update to WSA’s investor audience about the company’s recent developments. During the interview CEO John Hatsopoulos and President Bob Panora discussed first quarter results, recent contracts, as well as their recently completed merger with American DG Energy, Inc. They talked about how TGEN has entered into the biogas-powered CHP market and cannabis growing sector. Regarding their conventional business, Mr. Hatsopoulos and Mr. Panora stated that their natural gas engines are able to run at low emission levels because of their patented technology, giving them a competitive advantage. The two also discussed Tecogen’s joint venture with European company Tedom to form TTcogen, which will enable them to enter into a broader segment of the cogeneration market.


About Tecogen

Tecogen® Inc. designs, manufactures, sells, installs, and maintains high efficiency, ultra-clean, cogeneration products including natural gas engine-driven combined heat and power, air conditioning systems, and high-efficiency water heaters for residential, commercial, recreational and industrial use. The company is known for cost efficient, environmentally friendly and reliable products for energy production that, through patented technology, nearly eliminate criteria pollutants and significantly reduce a customer’s carbon footprint.

Tecogen Media & Investor Relations Contact Information:

John N. Hatsopoulos
P: (781) 622-1120
E: John.Hatsopoulos@tecogen.com


Jeb Armstrong
P: (781) 466-6413
E: Jeb.Armstrong@tecogen.com

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