The D4 Energy Group of Washington announced plans to exhibit at the Wastecon 2010 exposition August 15-17, 2010, in Boston, MA. Located at Bostons Convention & Exhibition Center, D4 Energy Group executives and technology designers plan to hold talks with potential partners, customers and vendors of its distributive power generation systems.
The D4 Energy devolatization system takes carbon-based feedstock (municipal solid waste, tires, biomass, etc.) and creates energy. The company is a manufacturer, systems designer and integrator of portable, scalable and sustainable power systems that use extreme heat within a continuous closed loop system where the feedstock is broken down at a molecular level and high quality syngas (600-750 Btu) is produced along with carbon. The system has virtually no emissions due to its patented process, and it is self-sustaining using less than 10-15% of the produced power to operate the devolatization system.
Our nodal systems provide customers with the flexibility to quickly and efficiently produce power, explained Don Rosacker, D4s President/CEO. The recent $100 million order from the Asian Pacific Development Corp. makes our presence even more important next month. Several prospective customers have encouraged us to meet with them during the Wastecon expo and discuss our product offerings.
This is an opportunity for our leadership and those interested in our efforts to meet and talk about our company, the technology and the solutions we are delivering. Its all about efficient, cost effective and reliable power, explained Rosacker.
The D4 Energy exhibit will be at booth 3118 in Boston Convention Center.