A FASCINATING New Power Generation / Water Heating Solution w/ Enginuity


Jacques Beaudry-Losique, the CEO of Enginuity Power Systems, joins Nathan Orr live at AHR 2022. Enginuity manufactures energy-efficient engines that produce more power than traditional engines and recover waste heat to act as water heaters. Enginuity engines can run on propane and natural gas to help you run almost entirely off the grid and participate in electricity buyback programs. These units operate independently of the electrical grid and can act as generators during power outages and have a small footprint. However, a backup battery system is recommended for these units to maximize efficiency.

Enginuity has a residential and commercial line. The E | ONE is best suited for residential applications, and the E | TWO is better for heavier commercial applications. The U.S. Army has been one of the most prominent supporters of Enginuity, which also manufactures its units exclusively in America.

Distribution is done through a third party, including business owners and technicians; Enginuity doesn’t deal directly with homeowners or building staff. As a result, A/C service technicians, installers, plumbers, and refrigeration technicians may end up being the people in the middle who do maintenance on Enginuity generators.

After this conversation with Jacques, we are very interested in seeing what the future holds for Enginuity and combined appliances.

Jacques and Nathan also discuss:

  • The electrical grid’s stability
  • Enginuity’s revolutionary piston design
  • Ease of startup and commissioning
  • Pricing questions
  • Enginuity’s target market and training resources for that target market
  • Engine life expectancy
  • Enginuity’s projected rollout timeline and expansion plans
  • Decentralizing power dependence
  • Solar vs. fossil fuel energy
  • The problem with power plants


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