New Renewable Natural Gas supply will set stage for FortisBC pilot program Download PDF (148 kB)
Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc. and FuelCell Energy, Inc. celebrate the Quad-generation ground-breaking event at Village Farms International, Inc.
Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc. announces its quad-generation ground-breaking event at Village Farms in Delta, BC, Canada. Download PDF (185 kB)
Quadrogen partners with Evonik to utilize Sepuran® Green membrane technology for CO2 removal from biogas
Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc. announces the signing of an agreement with Evonik to incorporate Evonik’s Sepuran® Green membrane technology into its biogas cleaning and upgrading systems for removal of CO2. Download PDF (190 kB)
Quadrogen Power Systems recognized by Corporate Knights as one of the top 10 most promising start-ups in the Canadian Cleantech Sector
Quadrogen Power Systems Inc. has been recognized as one of the top 10 start-ups in the Canadian cleantech sector, featuring in the Cleantech Next 10 list published by Corporate Knights. Download PDF (43 kB)
Quadrogen Power Systems wins the Best Presenting Company – Early Stage award at Canadian Financing Forum 2012
Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc. received the “Best Presenting Company – Early Stage” award at the Canadian Financing Forum 2012 held in Vancouver, BC on February 2nd and 3rd, 2012. Download PDF (43 kB)
Quadrogen Power Systems receives $1 million in project funding from British Columbia’s Innovative Clean Energy (ICE) Fund
Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc. receives $1 million in project funding from the BC ICE Fund for its innovative “Quadgeneration using landfill gas at Village Farms” project that will co-produce renewable electricity, heat, hydrogen, and greenhouse-quality CO2 as part of a technology demonstration. Download PDF (46 kB)
Quadrogen completes a process optimisation study for TerraBioGen’s innovative bioconversion process. Download PDF (116 kB)
Vancouver-based clean energy technology company awarded $58,000 in total prizes Quadrogen Power Systems, Inc. was recognized for its commercialization potential at last night’s British Columbia Innovation Council New Ventures Competition. Download PDF (136 kB)
As a result of growing concern about water quality, wastewater treatment plants are increasingly required to reduce nitrogen discharges.