ECT Chief Executive Kos Galtos presented to an audience of high net worth and institutional investors in Sydney on Monday 8th August.
Held at ‘The Basement’, Circular Quay, Sydney and organised by Investorium.tv the event was part of a series aimed at putting opportunities such as our Victoria Coldry project in front of capital.
Kos’ presentation was very well received by the audience, with significant networking opportunities following.
There was one dampener on the night; the web cast. Investorium.tv, a part of ABN Newswire, had technical issues with the audio on the live web feed and had to suspend broadcast. In speaking with ABN Newswires CEO Tim Mckinnon yesterday, he apologised profusely for the issue and explained how future events will include full redundancy backup on video and audio in case of equipment failure. I’d like to pass Tim’s apology on to ECT shareholders who set aside time to ‘tune in’ and view the presentations but were disappointed and frustrated by the technical issues.
Thankfully, there were no technical issues within the venue itself and all presentations were recorded on the night and are available on the ABN Newswire site.
Kos’ presentation and a PDF of the slides appear below.
Topic: Coldry – A technology leveraged commodity export project in Victorias Latrobe Valley
- Hear how ECT plans to deploy its export focused Coldry plant in Victoria’s Latrobe Valley
- Understand the upside potential of the project
- Discover how the same Coldry technology can deliver CO2 reduction cheaper than gas and renewables and how it can help off set the economic impost of the carbon tax through new export revenues and EBITDA for power station owners.
Download (PDF): Victorian Coldry Project