W2 Energy is boosting its clean tech equipment manufacturing operation from 5,000 square feet to a 10,000 square-feet at a new location in Guelph, Ont.
November 24, 2010
by PLANT STAFF
GUELPH, Ont.: W2 Energy Inc. is boosting its clean tech equipment manufacturing operation from 5,000 square feet to a 10,000 square-feet at a new location in Guelph, Ont.
The company said the move to the larger facility on Woodlawn Rd. from Airpark Dr. marks the next chapter in its expansion pre-production and production are stepped up for product lines that include the NT Plasmatron system, the Solar Bug solar electric vehicle, the SEGS hydraulic power system, the SunFilter Algae Reactor carbon sequestration system, and the SteamRay steam and syngas-powered rotary engine.
“Our rate of growth requires us not just to expand, but prepare for the continued increase as we ramp up current production,” said Mike McLaren, president and CEO of W2 Energy. “The option of having the ability to expand as much as five times the size of our old facility gives us the much needed room to design, build and grow but it also allows us the flexibility to match our growth with output and demand.”
W2 Energy as has an option that allows for the expansion of the Woodlawn Road facility up to 52,000 square feet.