Clean Coal Technologies, Inc. (OTCQB: CCTC) (PINK: CCTC), an emerging cleaner-energy company utilizing patented technology to convert raw coal into a cleaner burning and more efficient fuel, has announced the funding for its pilot has reached the $1.4 million threshold from Good Coal PTE., Ltd., Clean Coal’s joint venture with the
. This payment is due as part of the previously announced Engineering, Procurement and Construction (“EPC”) contract.
“Reaching $1.4 million in funding is a significant milestone for the construction of our pilot plant,” stated Robin Eves, Director, President and CEO of Clean Coal Technologies. “We look forward to taking the necessary steps toward successful commercialization of our unique clean coal process and keeping our investors abreast of our developments along the way. As we stated previously, we will be making our last announcement once funding reaches the $2.4 million level.”
The $1.4 million in funding by Archean Group to commence construction of the pilot plant is part of the full-value of the $2.4 million assured under the EPC contract. The 1:10 scale pilot plant in Oklahoma will help validate Clean Coal Technologies’ patented process to create a cleaner burning fuel.
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About Clean Coal Technologies, Inc.
Clean Coal Technologies, Inc., a cleaner-energy technology company with headquarters in New York City, NY, holds patented process technology and other intellectual property that converts raw coal into a cleaner burning fuel. The Company's trademarked end products, “Pristine™” coals, are significantly more efficient, less polluting, more cost-effective, and provide more heat than untreated coal. The principal elements of the Company’s pre combustion technology are based on well-proven science and tried-and-tested industrial components. The Company’s clean coal technology may reduce some 90% of chemical pollutants from coal, including Sulfur and Mercury, thereby resolving emissions issues affecting coal-fired power plants.