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GDT Tek Retains Nabors Group to Market Waste Heat to Green Power Generation Technology

GDT Tek today announced that it has retained the services of a public relations firm, The Nabors Group.

President of GDT Tek, Bo Linton commented, "The GDT Tek waste Heat to Electricity, Phoenix system, is an amazing technology and is worthy of more attention by magazines and news sources. With presidential talks of clean energies being the future for more jobs in the USA, we have a serious product that is a game changer for the U.S. and The Nabors Group can help us get the attention we deserve."

Linton further stated, "The Nabors Group has the ability to get the word out about our Clean Energy business and attract the clients that will help us grow our business and create American jobs."

Blaine Nabors from the Nabors Group stated, "This is such a remarkable and ingenious way to utilize waste heat to clean reusable GREEN electricity. Looking beyond the traditional way of PR, The Nabors Group is going to take GDT Tek to a higher and broader media exposure!"

The Nabors Group is a Public Relations Firm located in Los Angeles, California. Founded by Blaine Nabors, The Nabors Group is a firm with an entrepreneurial spirit; that has 20 years background experience in marketing celebrity and charity events. The Nabors group has broadened the scoop to NASDAQ companies to promote and increase public awareness of their goals and services. The Nabors Group takes each individual client, research the product and the services they provide and determine a specific marketing strategy for optimal media exposure. The Nabors Group is generating and focusing for a more visual and audio media campaign and awareness of GDT Tek. Such sources will include TV news and radio talk show segments and personal interviews with GDT Tek's president Bo Linton.

About GDT Tek, Inc.: is a Florida-based publicly traded company (GDTK) focused on renewable and sustainable energy technologies. The company has licensed patented waste heat to electric power generation technology and is driving its adoption by power plants, landfills and other waste-heat generating industries. GDT Tek's waste heat to electricity systems are powerful enough to serve as a primary energy source, highly efficient, immediately cash-flow positive when installed under a Power Purchase Agreement and are scalable with system sizes from 150 KW/Hr to 5000 KW/Hr currently available. The GDT Tek system has been proven through a long-term five year installation at a San Jose, California-area landfill. Waste heat captured from landfill-generated methane gas generator engine exhaust and radiator jacket coolant systems is used by the GDT Tek system to generate electricity which is then sold to the grid. Professor Robert W. Dibble of the University of California at Berkeley assessed the GDT Tek system and stated that "Of the many technologies that I have evaluated over the course of the past several decades, GDT Tek's heat to power conversion solution has proven to be the most reliable, versatile, efficient, lowest emissions, and overall cost-effective solution available in today's changing world market."

RTR Global Investments, LLC is a wholly owned subsidiary of GDT Tek, Inc. Its holds projects, contracts, and power purchase agreements for its parent company GDT Tek, Inc.

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