Clean Power Concepts Signs Major Sales Agreement
REGINA, Saskatchewan, Feb. 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Clean Power Concepts Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CPOW), today announced:
We have executed a letter of intent to acquire the assets of Alabama Bio Energy LLC, and its subsidiary Eagle Bio Diesel Inc. ofBridgeport, Alabama. Its founder and CEO, Dr. William J. Freeman, MD, has agreed to join the board of directors of Clean Power Concepts Inc., and becomes President of the General Bio Health division of Clean Power.
The Bridgeport facility has a current production capacity of 100 million liters of biodiesel annually from a variety of feedstock. The closing date is March 15, 2011.
"We have worked with Dr. Freeman as a supplier, and we are very pleased to welcome Bill to the team, and we are excited for the prospects for Clean Power in Alabama and area," said Michael Shenher CEO of Clean Power Concepts Inc.
About Dr. William J. Freeman:
Dr. William J. Freeman, MD, is a University of Washington (Seattle) graduate and holds an MD degree from Johns Hopkins, as well as several years of postgraduate residency at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He is a Board Certified Otolaryngologist-Head & Neck Surgeon, and also a practicing Allergist. He designed, initiated, constructed, licensed, syndicated, and managed a total of 9 different multi-specialty freestanding surgical centers spread across states. He is a graduate of the Brooks Air Force School of Aerospace medicine and was an astronaut candidate. He is a land and sea rated pilot, including rating in the F-4 Phantom jet fighter and former flight surgeon.
Clean Power Concepts Inc. are producers of Canola Oil, Canola Feed Meal, biodiesel, eco-lubricants, and nutraceuticals. The Company manufactures and markets products under CLEAN POWER®, SPIRIT OF HEALTH. For more informationwww.cleanpowerconcepts.com.
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