Energy industry veteran Jonathan Lundy has taken over for founder Rod Bryden, who stepped away from Ottawa cleantech venture's day-to-day operations earlier this month.
Beleaguered cleantech enterprise formerly known as Plasco is hoping deal with California-based green-energy foundation will help accelerate its path to market.
Founder says the company now known as Omni Conversion Technologies has spent several years refining its system that is supposed to burn garbage and convert it into electricity.
A Chinese clean-tech company is setting up an branch plant in Ottawa and has its eyes on Plasco’s displaced talent.