KBI Group News

HTCW Waste Power Plants in development phase (2020) (June 2020)

Europe: The work of development teams coming to fruition in the UK and Poland. Several projects reaching financing phase.

HTCW technology auxiliary in Smeltering process (2018) (June 2020)

South Africa/Johannesburg: CEO KBI Group Johann Kellerer signs cooperation contract with CEO African Rainbow Mineral Corp. André Joubert

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HTCW process proven by demonstration plant (2018) (June 2020)

China/Tongliao: The gas analysis of the HTCW demonstration plant in Tongliao proves positive, i.e. the gas components are of fulfilling the prerequisi

Contract for Demonstration Plant signed (2016) (June 2020)

China/Beijing: CEO of KBI Group Johann Kellerer and CEO of IMBE Wei Benchun signed contract for an HTCW Demonstration Plant in Tongliao, Inner Mongoli

HTCW in UK - HTCW project development started (July 2011)

UK: KBI Group enters into a cooperation with local developers for to bring HTCW onto the British market.

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HTCW in Poland - Founding of HTCW Polska Sp. Z o.o. (July 2009)

Poland/Zielona Góra: KBI Group welcomes and supports the founding of HTCW Polska Sp. z o.o.

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HTCW in China - JV founded (April 2009)

China/Taiyuan: KBI Group announces first Joint Venture with a Chinese engineering company

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KBI Group changes strategy (January 2008)

KBI Group changes strategy to place HTCW onto the market by focusing on developing projects abroad

Problems in getting HTCW onto the German market (January 2005)

For to place the HTCW technology onto the market KBI Group tried to develop various sites in Germany

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HTCW patented and fully owned by KBI Group (January 2003)

The HTCW technology (formerly called HTSV) got approved by the main industrial nation's patent offices.

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Test runs successfully completed and technology filed for patenting. (January 2002)

The goal set (see in 1997) has been achieved and the patents got applied for.

Start of the construction of the R&D plant (January 1998)

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The birth of a new age of Waste Utilization for a Future with NO POLLUTION from Waste Treatment (November 1997)

The goals set for this Research and Development was to develop a technology that would be a solution for the waste problem

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