Tampa, Florida’s MagneGas Corp., a pioneer of fuel created from liquid waste, recently announced that a key waste-to-energy firm’s product order has extended to numerous additional sites, creating a total of six facilities utilizing MagneGas2 fuel.
Company representatives are keeping the identity of the client confidential pending completion of terms for the roll out, and are highly optimistic about continued development of their proprietary product, with long-term plans to launch additional production facilities throughout the U.S.
Used primarily for steel maintenance and repair by customer, MagneGas2 fuel will now be distributed to locations in states where the company hopes to create additional production facilities.
“This is just another example of execution on our strategy to attract marquee customers that we believe will create a solid platform for future growth as additional MagneGas fuel production facilities come online,” MagneGas CEO Ermanno Santilli said. “These major companies have access to every single cutting fuel on the market, and yet they select MagneGas fuel time and again. It is our opinion that this is one of many clear indications from the market of the superior performance of our fuel.”
MagneGas has patented its process for converting liquid waste into a hydrogen-based fuel suitable as a natural gas replacement and useful in metal cutting.