This agreement with the City of Regina brings us one step closer to commercialization and demonstrating our renewable energy technologies to the world.
Regina, SK, Canada (PRWEB) October 31, 2007
SHEC LABS - Solar Hydrogen Energy Corporation today announced the signing of the Landfill Gas Utilization Program with the City of Regina. On September 17, 2007, Regina's City Council unanimously approved a 25 year landfill gas sale/purchase agreement. Mr. Tom Beck, President and CEO of SHEC Labs attended the City Council meeting and explained to Council the process developed by SHEC as well as features and benefits.
A video of this meeting can be seen on the following web site:
http://www.shec-labs.com/press_media.php (Video of City Council Meeting Approving Project)
The video is viewable in either Windows Media Player, Apple QuickTime or a Mobile mV4 format which is viewable on iPods, iPhones and other mV4 compatible devices.
Mr. Tom Beck President and CEO of SHEC Labs explained, "This agreement with the City of Regina brings us one step closer to commercialization and demonstrating our renewable energy technologies to the world." Mr. Beck went on to say: "The project we are embarking on in the City of Regina is the first of its kind in the world and we applaud the City for having the foresight to install a state-of-the-art landfill gas collection system."
"We look forward to showcase our technologies on a global scale. In the not too distant future the City of Regina will be seen as an environmental leader, not only in Canada but, around the world." said Ray Fehr Vice President of Marketing for SHEC Labs.
The first phase of construction of "SHEC Station #1" at the City of Regina Fleet Street Landfill is slated for the second quarter of 2008.
About SHEC LABS - (Solar Hydrogen Energy Corporation)
SHEC LABS, a research and development company now embarking on commercialization, is a world leader in providing solutions for the production of clean, renewable energy for the emerging hydrogen economy. SHEC LABS, founded in 1996, has developed technologies to more economically harness the power of the sun, reduce the temperatures required for the disassociation of water, more economically produce hydrogen from fossil fuels and produce hydrogen from biomass sources.
Additional information about SHEC LABS may be found at: http://www.shec-labs.com.