Vancouver-based company Quadrogen has already installed their first commercial operation in China. They offer customized biogas clean-up and upgrading systems that allow water treatment plants, landfills, agricultural digesters and power generation facilities to turn waste biogas into clean energy and fuels.
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA (Minister of Environment and Climate Change): Hi Tony. So you are part of our trade mission here in China. So tell me about your company and what you’re trying to achieve here.
TONY LEO (Vice President Applications Engineering and New Technology, Quadrogen): So, my company is Vancouver-based Quadrogen Power Systems.
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA: Yeah.
TONY LEO: So what we do is we use our technology, our patented technologies, to convert waste stream to renewable energies, to clean energies. So I’m very glad that we have chances to join this delegation.
So, since last missions in China by my colleague Nelson Chan, we are already installed the first commercial operations in China.
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA: So trade missions work. It worked for you.
TONY LEO: Yes! Yes!
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA: That’s great. Well I’m glad you’re joining again.
TONY LEO: So this mission… so we wanted to extend these applications as a reference to get more and more customers here. So this afternoon I found that a lot of customers, Chinese customers, are really interested in our technologies. Which is very great.
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA: Well waste is a big issue here that they need solutions.
TONY LEO: That’s right.
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA: So that’s really great to see a Vancouver-based company doing well.
TONY LEO: Thank you very much.
HON. CATHERINE MCKENNA: Thank you very much.