Despite the current economy, 2009 is off to a good start for QuantumSphere. First, the QSI website (www.qsinano.com) has been recently updated to reflect more detailed content surrounding QSI’s advanced catalysts and process chemistries for use in multiple, high-value, clean-energy applications. On that note, we recently announced a breakthrough in a new process chemistry using organic solutes that can significantly lower the cost of energy intensive seawater desalination processes (this work was originally funded by a U.S. Navy grant). In addition, yesterday we were notified by the California Energy Commission (CEC) that QSI was selected for funding of our Algae to Bio Fuels grant proposal. Details on these items and other industry news can be found below.
As always, thank you for your continued support and feedback.
Kevin D. Maloney, CEO
IN THIS ISSUE…
- QSI in the News:
- Breaking News: Bio Fuels Grant Awarded to QSI
- QuantumSphere’s Proposal titled “Algae Biomass Gasification” Was Recently Selected for Funding By the California Energy Commission (CEC).
- QuantumSphere Announces Low-Cost Forward Osmosis Desalination Breakthrough
- By QuantumShpere January 14, 2009
- Oil Billionaire: Obama Will Curb Foreign Oil Needs
- By Keith Matheny, The Desert Sun, January 22, 2009
- Toshiba’s Fuel-Cell Charger Is Coming This Quarter
- By Martyn Williams, IDG News Service, January 29, 2009
- What’s Driving Future American Auto Development?
- By Jim Offner TechNewsWorld January, 22, 2009
- The Future Of The Nickel Metal Hydride Battery And The Rare Earth Metals It’s Constructed From
- By Jack Lifton, Resource Investor, January, 23, 2009
- GM Selects LG Chem To Build Volt Batteries
- By Charles J. Murray, Design News, January 13, 2009
- Next Generation Nuclear Power
- By By James A. Lake, Scientific America, January 2009