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W2 Energy powers $4M deal with WH2 Luxembourg

W2 Energy Inc. and its joint venture partner WH2 of Luxembourg have signed a $4-million agreement for the manufacture, sale and distribution of W2 Energy's products in the EU.


May 7, 2012
by PLANT STAFF

GUELPH, Ont.: W2 Energy Inc. and its joint venture partner WH2 of Luxembourg have signed a $4-million agreement for the manufacture, sale and distribution of W2 Energy’s products in the EU.

W2, a renewable energy developer with a 30,000 square-foot plant in Guelph, Ont., said an initial purchase order for $300,000 is Phase I of a program from WH2 that calls for five combustion-powered rotary engines that will convert several palm oil power plants in Germany.

Future purchase orders will include the development of a 10-ton per day demo power plant that will convert bio-fuels into electricity using W2 Energy’s NT Plasmatron and rotary combustion engine.

The company says the Plasmatron converts any hydrocarbon feedstock into syngas, which is a combination of hydrogen and carbon monoxide. Feedstocks include municipal solid waste, coal, natural gas, tires, sewage, animal waste and agricultural waste.