Thermal Energy

A spate of new contracts in fiscal 2017 have added some steam to Ottawa clean-tech firm Thermal Energy International’s balance sheet, pushing revenues to a record high.
Expansion into cogeneration creates opportunities for Thermal Energy to generate more revenue from each of its customer sites.
Another contract with a Fortune 500 food and beverage company may help Thermal Energy International (TSX:
As debate swirls about the political and economic impact of the U.S. government's intention to withdrawal from the Paris climate change accord, an international agreement to reduce carbon emissions,…
Despite relatively flat revenues, Ottawa’s Thermal Energy International Inc.
A repeat purchase from a health care customer pushed shares of Ottawa clean-tech firm Thermal Energy (
Thermal Energy (TSX-V: TMG) investors pushed shares in the Ottawa-based clean-tech company
Despite an overall drop in revenue year-over-year, Thermal Energy International (CVE:TMG) trimmed its net loss and boasted a strong order backlog in its fiscal first quarter.
Thermal Energy (TSX-V: TMG) shares inched up to their highest level in a year Wednesday as the Ottawa clean-tech firm announced a $1.7-million order from an unnamed customer in the industrial and f
Ottawa clean-tech firm Thermal Energy (TSX-V:TMG) is crediting its shift away from a focus on landing large mega-projects for helping it record its second-highest profit in the company’s history.