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Exhibitor Profiles

Corporate Details
Exhibitor: Nexterra Systems Corp.
Contact Name: Darcy Quinn
Booth Number: 311
Address: #1300 - 650 West Georgia Street,
Vancouver, BC V6B 4N8
Canada
Website: http://www.nexterra.ca

Corporate Summary:

Nexterra Systems is a leading supplier of biomass gasification solutions that generate renewable heat, power and syngas for institutional and industrial customers. Working to the highest standards with world leading partners, such as General Electric, Nexterra has successfully supplied commercial gasification systems for projects at the US Department of Energy, University of South Carolina, Dockside Green, Kruger Products, the University of Northern BC and Tolko Industries.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      not specified
Interest in: Brazil, Japan, United Kingdom, United States
Product Service Offerings
Renewable Energy, Wastewater Treatment
Business Development Objectives
Strategic Alliances
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