Genalta Power is developing a waste heat to power project in central Alberta that will address multiple economically challenging waste heat opportunities with an integrated design approach that will reduce operating costs and GHG emissions and increase power reliability at the plant. This will provide enough electrical power from waste sources to keep the plant running during grid interruptions, dynamically matching generation capacity with electrical demand to avoid costly outages and downtime. The MIST™ (multiple-input single-turbine™) waste energy recovery system will be the backbone of the installation providing emission-free power from multiple uneconomic waste energy sources. By offsetting grid generated power, this energy efficiency project will reduce GHG emissions by 400,000 tonnes over 20 years and employ over 50 people in engineering and construction as well as supporting two long-term positions. This project will serve as a template for application to a broad range of industries and industrial processes found in Alberta.