NEW YORK, Feb. 19, 2007 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- W2 Energy Inc. (Other OTC:WWEN.PK - News), a developer of Green Energy, is pleased to announce it has started to schedule customer demonstrations of its GAT reactor at Drexel Plasma Institute in Philadelphia.
The demonstrations will include the conversion of customer supplied material to syngas and the subsequent burning of the syngas in a small natural gas generator.
Mr. Michael McLaren states, ``We are approaching the final steps in our development of a low cost, scalable, energy efficient system to convert multiple feedstocks into clean usable syngas.'' ``W2 Energy is very excited at the success of our project and we are stunned by the results of our tests, the data that we have received on the reactor's efficiency and ability to convert a wide range of feedstock into usable low cost syngas is truly impressive.''
Mr. McLaren also stated, ``W2 Energy has always taken the position that we would not produce energy or fuel from food products when so many in the world still go hungry.'' ``Our new process gives us the ability to create clean, renewable energy from a wide variety of non-food sources.''
About W2 Energy Inc.
W2 Energy Inc. is a growing, publicly traded company on the OTC (Symbol WWEN) that develops renewable energy technologies and applies it to new generation electrical power systems. Specifically, W2 Energy Inc. produces Green Power utilizing its core-patented technologies to produce green power generating and clean transportation fuel plants utilizing biomass and GTL technologies. W2 Energy Inc. has seasoned management and cutting edge technology. W2 Energy Inc. owns a large technology portfolio of patents and know-how that has been extensively validated and ready for commercial production.
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