SAN JOSE, CA – July 30, 2015 - Pacific Green Technologies Inc. (“the Company”) (OTCQB: PGTK) is pleased to announce that it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (“TIANJIN MOU”) with Tianjin Yilainuo Technology Development Ltd. (“YILAINUO”).
YILAINUO is a business focussed on technical innovation and services in the energy sector, particularly oil, power, mining and cement. The TIANJIN MOU sets out the strategic objectives of cooperation between the Company and YILAINUO:
- for both parties to endeavour to make the Company’s ENVI-Clean™ and ENVI-Pure™ emission control systems the leading emission control systems in China’s industrial emission control sector;
- for YILAINUO to identify and introduce the Company to a suitable counterparty (the “Counterparty”) regarding the installation of one of the Company’s emission control system technologies.;
- within 30 days of the installation, the Counterparty will inform the Company as to the performance of the system. If the performance is satisfactory, the parties will be reimbursed for any finance costs of the installation;
- after the installation, YILAINUO is to become a distribution partner for the Company in China targeting various industrial emission control sectors. It is the mutual understanding of the Company and YILAINUO that they will use best endeavours to execute twenty such projects in the first five years of cooperation and achieve sales revenue of RMB1.35 billion.
Neil Carmichael, chief executive of the Company, commented: “We are pleased to be joining forces with YILAINUO in order to target the industrial emission control sector in China for the commercialisation of our technologies”.
About Pacific Green Technologies, Inc.
Pacific Green Technologies Inc. is focussed on addressing the world’s need for cleaner and more sustainable energy. PGT is divided into three divisions:
the design, development, licensing and marketing of numerous types of technologies designed to improve the environment through clean energy use;
the development of renewable power plants; and
licensing its proprietary emission control technologies, ENVI-Clean™ and ENVI-Pure™, to power stations worldwide.
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Neil Carmichael, President and Director
Pacific Green Technologies
T: +1 (408) 538-3373
About Tianjin Yilainuo Technology Development Ltd.
Tianjin Yilainuo Technology Development Ltd. is a business focussed on technical innovation and services in the energy sector, particularly oil, power, mining and cement.
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