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Qsam Biosciences Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers



The waste-to-energy market is expected to reach $40 billion annually by 2020. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has estimated that energy recycling represents nearly 100 gigawatts (GW) of untapped electrical capacity. This figure is roughly equal to 10% of current U.S. electric capacity and, as an alternative electricity source, would reduce carbon dioxide emissions (C02) by nearly 400 million metric tons.

The Company sees a major trend in the waste-to-energy market being smaller, scalable facilities that are located closer to where waste is created, and in turn, where the resulting power and heat can most effectively be utilized. In doing so, the costs and liabilities of waste transportation may be eliminated, and the value of electrical power and process heat could be maximized.

Within this trend, we believe that Anaerobic Digestion will play a bigger part in sustainable waste management strategies in the future in the U.S. as new commercial scale facilities are developed. The DOE and EPA estimate that over 11,000 commercial Anaerobic Digesters could be developed nationally over the next decade – there are currently only about 250 of such commercial plants in this country, mainly on livestock farms. The U.S. is substantially behind regions like Europe in the development and use of Anaerobic Digestion, where currently tens of thousands of such plants are in operation.

States like California and others in the Northeast are already developing legislative and regulatory imperatives for organic wastes like food and plant waste to be diverted from landfills to waste converting facilities like these. The EPA is developing stricter guidelines for the flaring, destruction and utilizing of methane. Management believes regulations like these on the state and federal level requiring sustainable waste management practices that conserve resources and protect the environment will become more prominent over the coming years.

The main drivers for these growth trends include uncertain long-term energy costs, concerns over traditional fuel resources, growing environmental issues such as climate change, increasing waste generation, and restricted landfilling capacities. Experts agree that waste-to-energy systems would help solve these issues by diversifying energy resources, reducing the waste volume, and cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions.


The Company’s CHP Systems are designed for micro-grid waste-to-power applications less than 250kW in output size. We believe that this sub-category to the larger waste-to-power market can be a $2 billion or greater opportunity over the following years, especially if this trend towards smaller facilities closer to waste generation is realized. Creating expanded products and services like co-products from sludge, in the Company’s opinion, could strengthen the economic case for technologies like Anaerobic Digestion, especially smaller facilities where generating value and revenue from every by-product is critical to financial success. This could create substantial opportunities for the Company in the larger $75 Billion waste management industry in the U.S. over the coming years.


Qsam Biosciences Inc 's Comment on Sales, Marketing and Customers


The waste-to-energy market is expected to reach $40 billion annually by 2020. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has estimated that energy recycling represents nearly 100 gigawatts (GW) of untapped electrical capacity. This figure is roughly equal to 10% of current U.S. electric capacity and, as an alternative electricity source, would reduce carbon dioxide emissions (C02) by nearly 400 million metric tons.

The Company sees a major trend in the waste-to-energy market being smaller, scalable facilities that are located closer to where waste is created, and in turn, where the resulting power and heat can most effectively be utilized. In doing so, the costs and liabilities of waste transportation may be eliminated, and the value of electrical power and process heat could be maximized.

Within this trend, we believe that Anaerobic Digestion will play a bigger part in sustainable waste management strategies in the future in the U.S. as new commercial scale facilities are developed. The DOE and EPA estimate that over 11,000 commercial Anaerobic Digesters could be developed nationally over the next decade – there are currently only about 250 of such commercial plants in this country, mainly on livestock farms. The U.S. is substantially behind regions like Europe in the development and use of Anaerobic Digestion, where currently tens of thousands of such plants are in operation.

States like California and others in the Northeast are already developing legislative and regulatory imperatives for organic wastes like food and plant waste to be diverted from landfills to waste converting facilities like these. The EPA is developing stricter guidelines for the flaring, destruction and utilizing of methane. Management believes regulations like these on the state and federal level requiring sustainable waste management practices that conserve resources and protect the environment will become more prominent over the coming years.

The main drivers for these growth trends include uncertain long-term energy costs, concerns over traditional fuel resources, growing environmental issues such as climate change, increasing waste generation, and restricted landfilling capacities. Experts agree that waste-to-energy systems would help solve these issues by diversifying energy resources, reducing the waste volume, and cutting down on greenhouse gas emissions.


The Company’s CHP Systems are designed for micro-grid waste-to-power applications less than 250kW in output size. We believe that this sub-category to the larger waste-to-power market can be a $2 billion or greater opportunity over the following years, especially if this trend towards smaller facilities closer to waste generation is realized. Creating expanded products and services like co-products from sludge, in the Company’s opinion, could strengthen the economic case for technologies like Anaerobic Digestion, especially smaller facilities where generating value and revenue from every by-product is critical to financial success. This could create substantial opportunities for the Company in the larger $75 Billion waste management industry in the U.S. over the coming years.








APGR's vs. Customers, Data

(Revenue and Income for Trailing 12 Months, in Millions of $, except Employees)



COMPANY NAME MARKET CAP REVENUES INCOME EMPLOYEES
Qsam Biosciences Inc 0.00 0.00 -9.00 6
SUBTOTAL 0.00 0.00 0.00 -
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