Tauzin Consultants adds innovative energy company, Green Cooling Tower Solutions, to its business acceleration portfolio
Tauzin Consultants, LLC, is excited to announce our business acceleration program’s first client within the energy sector. The firm has signed Green Cooling Tower Solutions (GCTS), a New Orleans-based company that manufactures energy-saving and environmentally friendly cooling towers for power plants, refineries and other industrial processes.
Helping early-stage innovative companies, such as GCTS, achieve their goals is one of Tauzin Consultants’ pillars. Much of the success delivered for our clients is attributed to the firm’s expertise within a variety of industries and policy areas, including energy. In adding GCTS to our portfolio of clients, the firm’s business acceleration program expands into the energy sector, where we possess decades of experience at the highest levels. During his tenure in on Capitol Hill, former-Congressman Billy Tauzin, served as Chairman of the influential House Energy and Commerce Committee, and continues to be an important thought leader in the energy industry.
“Every now and then a new energy technology comes along that represents a real ‘game changer,’” said Chairman Tauzin. “For every power plant or industrial manufacturer who needs to cool its industrial water, that time has come with the advent of Green Cooling Tower Solutions. Great for energy conservation, great for minimal maintenance, great for cooling water in the hottest of climates avoiding unnecessary downtime or reduced operations, and great for the environment. Old school water towers powered by big, expensive, high maintenance and energy guzzling electric motors have finally come face to face with obsolescence. We at Tauzin Consultants are proud and excited to be part of such a win-win energy innovation.”
GCTS offers a cost effective solution that allows industrial plants to increase production by up to 6-8% while nearly eliminating cooling costs, which typically account for .5-1.5% of a plant’s energy use. The Company’s patented hydro-turbine powered cooling towers, which are already receiving positive feedback from industry, are engineered to achieve up to 95% efficient energy transfer using waste energy in the hot water circulation system, eliminating the use of electricity for mechanical cooling. Cooling towers serve a wide range of industries including power generation, refining, chemical, paper and pulp, plastic, steel, sugar, industrial manufacturing, food processing, dairy, and HVAC.
The Company released the following statement: “Green Cooling Tower Solutions is excited to begin work with Congressman Tauzin and Tauzin Consultants. Both GCTS and Congressman Tauzin are proud of our beginnings in Louisiana and remain deeply rooted here, but we look forward to introducing our technology to a larger base in our country and abroad, much like Congressman Tauzin has done with his career.”
“Our goal has always been to provide cost effective cooling solutions which can benefit industries, consumers, and the environment at the same time. We believe colder water for industrial processes is one of the most meaningful energy efficiency and environmental initiatives of our time, having the potential to save billions of kWH of energy within our user industries. Tauzin Consultants shares our vision and will be an integral part in the growth of GCTS.”
Relying on knowledge and advice from Tauzin Consultants’ senior management, GCTS will directly engage with appropriate stakeholders to promote its green technology. Additionally, the firm will help GCTS establish relationships with vital policymakers and agencies within the Federal government. As a result of this collaboration, GCTS has the potential to become a leader in green energy. More importantly, however, a variety of industry leaders, power plants, and factories will reap the benefits of GCTS’s groundbreaking technology, and in turn be able to cut costs and produce more energy for their customers.
To learn more about Green Cooling Tower Solutions, please visit the Company’s website.