biogas-to-power Tag

PALM BEACH, FL--(Marketwired - Aug 23, 2016) - Q2Power Technologies Inc. ( OTCQB : QPWR ) announced today that Wayne King Sr., a pioneer and leader in the composting and sustainable soils industry, has agreed to join the Company's Board of Advisors. Mr. King is founder...

LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Jul 6, 2016) -Q2Power Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: QPWR) announced today that William Kish, an industry expert with over 40 years in the composting and waste management sectors, has agreed to join the Company's Board of Advisors. Mr. Kish currently serves as Director of...

LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Apr 20, 2016) - Q2Power Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: QPWR) issued the following letter updating its shareholders as to the progress and forecasted future milestones of Q2Power. Dear Shareholders, Last week Q2Power filed its first Annual Report as a public company. You are encouraged to...

LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Mar 23, 2016) - Q2Power Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: QPWR) announced today that Scott W. Whitney, a senior executive with 30 years' experience in the renewable energy, waste-to-power and water/wastewater treatment industries, has joined the Company's Board of Directors. Mr. Whitney's current and previous...

LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Jan 14, 2016) - Q2Power Technologies, Inc. ( OTCQB : QPWR ) announced today that it has entered into a Collaboration Agreement with Phoenix Power Group ("Phoenix"), which provides cross licensing rights between the two parties for Q2Power's proprietary waste-to-power engine and controls,...

LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Jan 12, 2016) - Q2Power Technologies, Inc. ( OTCQB : QPWR ) announced that it has been approved and up-listed to the OTCQB effective as of today. Also, the Company has been published in the January 12 edition of the Mergent Industrial Manual,...

Q2Power supporters should keep an eye on the development of anaerobic digesters (AD) in the U.S.  This is a growing industry in the waste-to-power and waste management sectors, and one that will directly benefit Q2P.  The U.S. is 20 years behind Europe in the implementation of AD facilities, but this gap is quickly narrowing.  The USDA and DOE estimate that there could be as many of 13,000 AD facilities in the U.S. over the coming decade, providing enough energy for over 2.5 million homes.  Here is a good overview of the AD process and growing market: