According to Tri-Tech, BSST has built a significant client base among major Chinese state-owned companies and their affiliates including China National Petroleum Corp.
With fast-growing market demands driven by environment pollution control compliance mandated by the Chinese Government, BSST is strategically positioned in the developing applications of wastewater, process tail gas treatment and solid waste disposal, providing efficient and practical solutions, Tri-Tech noted.
According to Amerigon, BSST is leading the project team, which includes BMW of North America, University of California-Santa Cruz, Purdue University, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology.
BSST president Lon Bell said the ultimate goal of the program is to use thermoelectric technology developed by the company to create an energy recovery system capable of reducing fuel consumption and carbon dioxide emissions using technology that can be engineered into standard passenger vehicles.
Established in 1994 and headquartered in Beijing, BSST is a consulting, engineering, design, system integration and project management services company specializing in the fields of control and instrument automation, safety and emergency response for the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
Through years of operation, BSST has built a significant client base among major Chinese state-owned companies and their affiliates including China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), PetroChina Company Limited (PetroChina), China Petrochemical Corporation (SINOPEC) and China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).
BSST has implemented hundreds of projects in local and international markets as a quality products and total solution provider for environmental safety and clean management in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
subsidiary is engaged in developing more efficient thermoelectric devices (TED) with twice the efficiency of today's devices and has development contracts with several partners to expand the market for TED-based automotive and non-automotive products.