The University of Wyoming Director of the School of Energy Resources Richard Horner tells Proactive the research institution has validated New York-based Clean Coal Technologies Inc's (OTCQB:CCTC) 'Pristine' technology that removes the water from coal, and converts it into a cleaner-burning fuel. Horner says the University of Wyoming replicated Clean Coal's pilot studies on its own, and proved CCTI's 'Pristine' technology and will be involved in the next stage field testing program scheduled to start in Gillette, Wyoming. The University awarded the coal technology company a grant of $500,000 in 2019 and another $500,000 in 2020.
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