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10-01 :: January 2010
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Companies
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spend on non-core activities. On 5 February 2010, kerosene, jet fuel, and diesel. The Envion process of
Dyesol has established a GmbH subsidiary in Bava- plastic waste reuse addresses a host of critical issues
ria, Germany. This company will pursue dye solar ranging from plastic waste management, plastic pro-
cell (DSC) product development and commercialisa- duction, the landfill capacity crisis, petroleum reserve
tion opportunities that arise in Germany, particularly depletion/fossil fuel conservation, greenhouse gas
in Bavaria. The basis of the business will be collabo- emissions, and the overall reduction of the world‘s
ration and partnerships with industrial and govern- carbon footprint.
ment partners.

http://www.envion.com

http://www.dyesol.com
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nergy Recovery, Inc. (NASDAQ: ERII), a leader in T
he two major energy companies Total and GDF
SUEZ and their common solar cells manufactu-
the design and development of energy recovery ring subsidiary Photovoltech join the IMEC industri-
devices for desalination, introduced its Quadriba- al affiliation program (IIAP) on next generations of
ric™ technology, advancing the company’s mission crystalline silicon solar cells. The multi-partner R&D
to make seawater desalination an affordable soluti- program concentrates on sharply reducing the silicon
on to addressing the world’s clean water shortages. use, whilst at the same time increasing the efficiency
Embedded into the latest PX Pressure Exchanger™ of solar cells. This will substantially lower the cost for
(PX-300) line of rotary energy recovery devices, ERI solar energy.
Quadribaric technology uses a patented new design http://www.imec.be
that revolutionizes the way PX devices work – essen-
tially doubling the work load of each device – with
greater efficiency than any energy recovery device on S
ince January 2010, Michael U. Mohr is working
for German Heliatek as VP Production.
the market. http://www.heliatek.de

http://www.energyrecovery.com
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nvion Inc. has been chosen to present at I
BM (NYSE: IBM) announced fourth-quarter
2009 diluted earnings of $3.59 per share compa-
CleanEquity Monaco 2010, an exclusive, invita- red with diluted earnings of $3.27 per share in the
tion-only environmental technology symposium that fourth quarter of 2008, an increase of 10%. Fourth-
takes place annually in the Principality of Monaco. quarter net income was $4.8 billion compared with
Envion Inc. has developed and created a first of its $4.4 billion in the fourth quarter of 2008, an in-
kind plastic waste to oil conversion platform and is crease of 9%. Total revenues for the fourth quarter
actively manufacturing, marketing, and licensing its of 2009 of $27.2 billion increased 1% (down 5%,
proven technology for the U.S. market, with poten- adjusting for currency) from the fourth quarter of
tial international expansion. The Envion Oil Genera- 2008. Net income for the year ended December 31,
tor™ is designed to convert petroleum-based plastics 2009 was $13.4 billion compared with $12.3 billion
into synthetic light-medium oil that can be further re- in the year-ago period, an increase of 9%. Dilut-
fined to produce commercial fuels such as gasoline, ed earnings were $10.01 per share compared with
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