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Modern Stirling Engine Development
       Today, there are many companies developing Stirling devices for niche markets, such as cogeneration units and power generation using alternative fuels. Stirling engines have come a long way from the large and heavy engines of the 19th century, thanks to advancements in materials, manufacturing processes, theory and analysis methods.
       This page contains a handful of links to some of these companies. Click on the images to learn more about these organizations and the engines they produce.
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