VANCOUVER, BC, CANADA – TheNewswire – November 11, 2020, Link Global Technologies Inc. (CSE:LNK) (CNSX:LNK.CN) (FRA:LGT) (OTC:LGLOF) ("Link" or the "Company"), a clean energy and infrastructure solutions provider catering to energy-intensive industries, is pleased to announce it has entered into a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (the "Agreement ") dated November 7, 2020 with Part Niroo Shivran Company ("PNS"), an arm’s length private entity organized under the laws of Iran, to develop clean energy generation projects in Canada and Iraq.
According to the terms of the Agreement, the two companies will work together to generate up to five gigawatts of clean energy from flare gases vented from existing oil refineries in Iraq, and generate more than 200 MW of electricity for semi-mobile data centres in Canada. This initiative will also eliminate Greenhouse Gases (GHG) equivalent to an amount produced by a small city.
PNS, established in 2002, is a market leader in supplying diesel generators and provides comprehensive solutions for delivering reliable and secure electrical energy in Iran. PNS is a multifaceted company specializing in engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of energy, as well as energy consulting, installation, commissioning, and sales.
The terms of the Agreement are highlighted below:
– The generation of up to 5,000 MW (5 Gigawatts) of clean energy converted from flare gas vented from existing oil refineries in Iraq, with potential annual Greenhouse Gas (GHG) reductions of 3 tons per MW, in accordance with the United Nations Clean Development Mechanism ("CDM") AM0037. Link has significant expertise in international projects and government relationships which will assist the development of these projects.
– Link and PNS have planned the provision of power and infrastructure to generate over 200 MW of electricity for semi-mobile data centers in western Canada, where Link already has clients and operations. PNS will supply generators for the above-mentioned projects, and will assist Link with the on-site development and optimization of their clean energy solutions for sites in Canada.
– Both initiatives are slated to begin implementation in fiscal Q1 2021.
The parties have agreed to enter into a definitive partnership agreement on or prior to November 15, 2020, which would replace and supersede the Agreement. The parties have also agreed to an exclusivity period in respect of the subject matter of the Agreement until January 31, 2021.
Stephen Jenkins, CEO and President of Link commented, "This partnership makes sense not only economically, but also environmentally. We are creating power delivery systems that capture and utilize wasted energy, while significantly decreasing volumes of carbon dioxide emissions in the process. With this partnership, we look to rapidly expand our footprint of clean energy solutions from Canada to an international market. This model is scalable with worldwide potential. The team at PNS is highly skilled with a solid foundation of international experience, allowing us access to numerous technologies ensuring that we remain agnostic with respect to technology. Each individual site condition, as well as the locally available waste, will drive our solutions forward."
About Link Global Technologies Inc.
Link is engaged in the business of providing infrastructure and operating expertise for digital mining and data hosting operations. Link’s objectives include locating and securing, for lease and option to purchase, properties with access to low-cost reliable power, and deploying this low-cost power to conduct digital mining and supply clean energy and infrastructure for other data-hosting services.
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Chief Executive Officer & Director
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