pleased to announce that Better World Energy of Thailand has issued a
purchase order for a waste-to-energy plant that will convert 40 tons of
municipal waste into electricity and 70 cetane synthetic diesel. The plant
will use W2 Energy’s proprietary plasma and gas to liquid technologies.
Better World Energy will pay $7,950,000 to W2 Energy. W2 Energy will build,
install and commission the plant. The plant includes a waste handling
section, a reactor which turns the municipal solid waste into syngas, a
gas-to-liquid section which converts the syngas into synthetic diesel, and
a steam turbine which converts the heat produced into electricity.
“This will be the first of many projects we will develop with Better World
Energy,” says Mike McLaren, CEO of W2 Energy. “Better World Energy and W2
Energy share the same world view. Both companies are committed to creating
clean energy without using food as a feedstock.”
Dullajit Apaivongse, Managing Director of Better World, states, “We are
thrilled to have W2 Energy as our joint venture partner. They have brought
to market the best small-scale waste-to-energy and gas-to-liquid systems in
W2 Energy expects to begin construction of the plant within the next 90
days. The joint venture expects to commission the plant by July of 2009.
The plant will produce approximately 100 barrels of synthetic diesel per
day and will have a 5 MW steam turbine for electricity production.
W2 Energy and Better World Energy have formed this joint venture to develop
renewable and sustainable energy sources which grow the world economy.
About W2 Energy Inc.
W2 Energy is a growing, publicly traded company that develops renewable
energy technologies and applies it to new generation power systems.
Specifically, W2 Energy’s plasma assisted biomass to energy plants utilize
state of the art technologies to produce green energy both fuel (sulfur
free diesel) and electricity at the most efficient cost in capital
investment and production per/barrel, per/Megawatt.
About Better World Energy
Better World Energy works in Thailand and the Far East to help clean the
environment and provide energy for the global economy. They build
waste-to-energy plants which remediate municipal solid waste, human and
animal waste, agricultural waste and commercial and industrial waste, and
turn those feedstocks in to electricity, liquid fuels and valuable
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