D4 Energy, Global Partners to provide $2B in clean energy systems in East Asia

Source: D4 Energy Group

D4 Energy Group, an integrated green energy provider of waste-to-energy solutions that have revolutionized renewable power generation, has committed to a strategic agreement with Global Partners United LTD (GPU) to initiate gasification technology marketing in the People's Republic of China.

Don Rosacker, president and CEO of D4 Energy, said: "East Asia represents a tremendous opportunity for the deployment of D4's waste-to-energy systems. Meeting the energy demands of the East Asian people and helping them achieve energy efficiency goals makes this an ideal working relationship for all parties. By working together, D4 Energy and GPU have taken a giant leap forward toward easing our planet's energy crisis and cleaning the environment through innovation." 

"The solutions D4 offers are among the most promising and exciting green technologies we have encountered," proclaimed Susan Xu, GPU's Managing Director and CEO/President of East Asia Operations. 

"Size and scale are the key challenges in East Asia," Xu continued. "For example, the world's most populous country has imposed the world's most rigorous national energy security campaign. In order to meet the demands of 1.3 billion Chinese consumers, unique and flexible solutions are essential. That is why, in our quest to bring the latest sustainable energy technologies to China and beyond, we are thrilled to partner with D4 Energy!" 

The D4 Energy devolatization system takes carbon-based feedstock (Municipal Solid Waste, Tires, Biomass, etc.) and creates energy. The patented system uses extreme heat within a continuous closed loop system where the feedstock is broken down at a molecular level and high quality syngas (600btu - 750btu) is produced along with high quality carbon. 

The system has virtually no emissions due to its patented process, and it is self-sustaining using less than 10% to 15% of the produced power to operate the devolatization system. 

Rosacker concluded, "Our modular systems provide customers the flexibility to quickly and efficiently produce power under the most extreme circumstances making our technology ideal for China's unique needs."

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