ORLANDO, Fla., Aug. 25, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- GDT TEK, Inc. (OTC: GDTK) today announced that the Times-Herald Newspaper, part of MediaNews Group, ran a story about GDT Tek and its first commercial scale waste heat to electricity project to be installed at American Canyon Landfill in Napa California.
The article can be viewed online at the following link
Bo Linton, President of GDT TEK stated, "This is an important step for California power companies to meet their clean energy mandates. Our Phoenix waste heat to electricity system has really captured the interest of the public, and that can only help our company finance many more projects. We have set a 5 year goal to be producing one thousand megawatts per hour, which would account for approximately one billion in annual revenues. The truth is half that would be a huge success both environmentally and financially."
Mr. Linton further stated, "Thank you to Rachel Raskin-Zrihen and the Times-Herald for acknowledging GDT Tek and our efforts to help make California a cleaner and more energy efficient State. This is a big plus for the California economy."
About Times-Herald and MediaNews Group
Times-Herald has been serving Solano and Napa Counties since 1875. MediaNews Group is the second largest newspaper company by circulation in the United States. Driven by its deep heritage in newspapers, MediaNews Group aims to provide the highest quality news and media content to its loyal audience base.
About GDT Tek
GDT Tek, Inc. is an Orlando, Florida-based publicly traded company (OTC: GDTK) focused on renewable and sustainable energy technologies. The company has licensed patented waste heat to electric power generation technology and is driving its adoption by power plants, landfills and other waste-heat generating industries. GDT Tek's waste heat to electricity systems are powerful enough to serve as a primary energy source, highly efficient, immediately cash-flow positive when installed under a Power Purchase Agreement and are scalable with system sizes from 150 KW/Hr to 5000 KW/Hr currently available. The GDT Tek system has been proven through a long-term five year installation at a San Jose, California-area landfill. Waste heat captured from landfill-generated methane gas generator engine exhaust and radiator jacket coolant systems is used by the GDT Tek system to generate electricity which is then sold to the grid. Professor Robert W. Dibble of the University of California at Berkeley assessed the GDT Tek system and stated that "Of the many technologies that I have evaluated over the course of the past several decades, GDT Tek's heat to power conversion solution has proven to be the most reliable, versatile, efficient, lowest emissions, and overall cost-effective solution available in today's changing world market."
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