Our ability to enroll three industry leaders into our vision stands as proof that something new and potentially paradigm-shifting is in the offing.
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) September 29, 2010
Refill Energy, Inc. (Pink Sheets: REFG), a Salt Lake City-based green energy technology firm that converts bio-mass into synthesis gas, announced Strategic Alliance Agreements with Petersen, Inc., Combustion Resources, Inc. and Morris Electric LLC.
Petersen, Inc. has one of the foremost manufacturing facilities in the United States serving industry giants Bechtel, Boeing, Chevron, Kennecott and ATK Thiokol Propulsion. Petersen, Inc. will provide production of the Refill gasification modules.
Combustion Resources, Inc. with its world-renowned team of Dr. L. Douglas Smoot, Scott C. Hill, PhD and Craig Eatough, PhD have extensive experience in combustion and gasification and will provide Refill Energy gasification implementation technology.
Morris Electric LLC is a pioneer in the adoption, design and rollout of new technology for electrical power production. Val Morris, along with Jay Carlson, will provide Refill Energy the capabilities of turnkey utilization of its synthesis gas from project design to production of electricity.
“The world is ready for this technology,” explained Bruce Lybbert, Chairman of Refill Energy. “They’ve been waiting for it. We’ve taken one of the globe’s foremost problems and are creating an environmentally-responsible, perpetual energy solution out of it. Our ability to enroll three industry leaders into our vision stands as proof that something new and potentially paradigm-shifting is in the offing.”
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