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History: The Brayton cycle is the thermodynamic cycle which describes the workings of the gas turbine engine, the basis of the jet engine and others. It is named after George Brayton (1830–1892), the American engineer who developed it, although it was originally proposed and patented by Englishman John Barber in 1791. It is also sometimes known as the Joule cycle.

Brayton Energy derives its name as a tribute to George Brayton, whose workshop was in nearby Exeter, New Hampshire – about 10 miles from our facility.

Brayton is more than an R&D contractor: Brayton Energy has engineered this system from concept through final design. Our team is experienced in all aspects of R&D and prototype testing, and will lead the industrialization plan to produce the SolarCAT system in a high production factory.

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