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ClearSign receives multi-flare order from ASHCOR

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ClearSign Technologies Corp. has announced that it has received an order from collaborative partner, ASHCOR, for ClearSign Core flare technology systems (branded ‘pods’) to build into four ultra-low NOX emission produced gas flares destined for a Southern California operator. The flares were sold and will be installed by International Combustion and Controls, a Division of California Boiler.

“We are encouraged to have received this order and to see the culmination of our collaborative efforts start to gain traction in this market,” said Jim Deller, PhD, CEO of ClearSign. “ASHCOR was our first commercial alliance and it is great to see the new ClearSign business model successful. This collaborative effort demonstrates our ‘Asset Lite’ commercialisation strategy by including ClearSign technology as ‘ClearSign Core’ in established equipment suppliers products with ASHCOR as our flare business partner and International Combustion and Controls delivering the final solution to our customer not only as the supplier of equipment but providing full service as the installer.”

“We commend and thank both companies for their commitment to better serve our mutual customers, and for working together with us to provide leading environmentally friendly combustion installations. We look forward to growing this business with both companies as our unique offering gains traction and industry recognition.”

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