W2EWaste-To-Energy (waste management)
W2EWord 2000 Expert
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According to NFGSC, the W2E and Appalachian Lateral projects would run in phases; Phase I set for a 2011 in-service date, comprised of a 32-mile, 30-inch pipe and incremental capacity of 195 MMcf/d and an additional 7,100-hp compressor station; Phase II set for an in-service date of 2012 would consist of a 50-mile, 30-inch pipe with 290 MMcf/d of additional capacity and a new 9,000-hp compressor station.
Nasdaq: APWR) ("A-Power"), a leading provider of distributed power generation ("DG") systems in China and a fast-growing manufacturer of wind turbines, today announced it has signed a technology license agreement with W2E Technologies GmbH ("W2E Technologies") to manufacture, operate, service and sell T8x 2.
Under the license agreement, W2E Technologies granted A-Power an exclusive right to manufacture, operate, service and sell T8x 2.
The waste to energy technology developed by W2E generates green energy through the gasification of waste with heat.