Tires-to-Energy Project to Colorado

Nathaniel Energy Corporation has signed a joint-venture agreement to partner with Renewable Development LLC (RDL) by which Nathaniel Energy will lead the Renewable Energy development to provide electricity for the 3,800 acres of real property in and around the Tonopah Aeronautics and Technology Park located in Nye County, Nevada…

Castle Rock, Colorado – October 16, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] Nathaniel Energy Corporation has signed a joint-venture agreement to partner with Renewable Development LLC (RDL) by which Nathaniel Energy will lead the Renewable Energy development to provide electricity for the 3,800 acres of real property in and around the Tonopah Aeronautics and Technology Park located in Nye County, Nevada. The first project brought online in Tonopah will be a 25 MW power plant that will burn used tires and convert them into electricity utilizing its patented, thermal combustion technology. “Nathaniel plans to start building the US$25 million facility in January 2003,” said Nathaniel Energy CEO Stan Abrams. “The facility has potential to expand beyond 25 MW with possibilities of converting other renewable sources such as biomass into electricity.” Nathaniel Energy and RDL are presently in discussions for several economic development projects in Tonopah, including an airport, medical facilities, commercial and residential real estate, and educational and recreational facilities with Nathaniel Energy and its “Thermal Combustor” as the lead Renewable Energy source for electricity.
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