D4 Energy Group wins $100 million orders for distributed energy systems

Washington, D.C., August 16, 2010 — The D4 Energy Group of Washington, announced an order for its nodal alternative energy systems. The agreement further validates D4’s product line as a viable and valuable source of low cost renewable energy.

The D4 Energy devolatization system takes carbon-based feedstock (municipal solid waste, tires, biomass, etc.) and creates energy. The patented system uses extreme heat within a continuous closed loop system where the feedstock is broken down at a molecular level and high quality syngas (600 – 750 Btu) is produced along with high quality carbon.

The system has virtually no emissions due to its process, and it is self-sustaining using as much as 15 percent of the produced power to operate the devolatization system.

“D4 has done something no one was willing to do, namely produce gas that directly feeds a generator or turbine that in-turn produces electricity for local industry for their heating and manufacturing needs. Their cost to produce is less than $.04 per kilowatt hour, a cost-to-energy output ratio our customers need. It’s clean, efficient, reliable and most important scalable.”

“Our nodal systems provide customers the flexibility to quickly and efficiently produce power for even the remotest of environments,” explained Don Rosacker, D4’s President/CEO. “We have taken our compact design from development to delivery with this order. Randy and his team spent months looking at our systems. They were looking to generate power in the harshest of geographic and environmental conditions, and do so with a high-output-to-cost ratio for remote areas in dire need of clean and reliable power. Our systems deliver exactly what that they need and do so quickly.”

D4 Energy Systems is an integrated provider of devolatization solutions that support power generation using a common-sense approach to deliver low cost energy to urgent-need markets.

The company is a manufacturer, systems designer and integrator of portable, scalable and sustainable power systems including the generation of high quality 600 – 750 BTU gas and the generation of activated carbon. The self-sustaining system has virtually no emissions due to the patented process and uses less than 10 – 15 percent of the produced power to operate the devolatization system.



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