Bluesphere to Convert Methane Gas Emissions From Landfills into Clean Energy

August 20, 2014

Tapping into ‘oil fields of the future’ is near term revenue opportunity for Bluesphere and helps meet White House’s environmental goal for reduction in methane emissions

EVEN YEHUDA, Israel, August 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ –

Bluesphere Corp. [http://www.bluespherecorporate.com ] (OTCBB: BLSP) (the “Company” or
“Bluesphere”), a clean energy company that develops, manages and owns waste-to-energy
projects, today announced it is pursuing a strategy to work in partnership with landfill
owners to convert harmful methane gas emissions from landfills into electricity. The
process is based on readily available technology that is already being used is various
parts of the U.S. and other parts of the world.

When organic materials in landfills decompose, methane gas is created. Traditionally,
landfill owners have allowed methane gas to seep into the atmosphere, contributing to
global warming, or in some cases, have burned the gas as a waste product. Methane can be
converted into energy by drilling pipes into the landfill. Through these pipes methane is
directed into a gas turbine or internal combustion engine which converts the gas into
electricity. The electricity can either be used on-site or sold to the local electric
utility and fed into the grid.

Bluesphere CEO Shlomi Palas commented, “A large number of the landfills in the U.S.,
particularly in the southeastern region, are not productively using methane gas emitted
from landfills. These landfills are the oil fields of the future.”

“We believe we can offer a very favorable partnership to current landfill owners by
providing the equipment, expertise, and power purchase agreements to convert what is now
an unused asset, methane gas, into a revenue stream. We’ve been in talks with state
representatives looking to increase green energy production and reduce methane emissions.
They have invited and welcomed our efforts to work with landfill owners in their
jurisdictions on methane-to-electricity conversions.”

“This immediate market opportunity is another short term path to additional revenue
generation for Bluesphere,” added Palas.

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA
[http://www.epa.gov/lmop/documents/pdfs/overview.pdf ]) methane is over 21 times more
potent than carbon dioxide at trapping heat in the atmosphere and landfills are the third
largest man-made source of methane in the U.S. The EPA already has an initiative in place,
the Landfill Methane Outreach Program, to promote the conversion of landfill methane into
energy. The White House, in its latest action on climate change
[http://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2014/03/28/strategy-cut-methane-emissions ], is calling for
a reduction in methane gas emissions. As a part of this strategy, the government is
looking to potentially propose new landfill reduction laws to support biogas.

Bluesphere’s move to work in partnership with landfill owners is designed to generate
revenues for the landfill operator and for Bluesphere, while also benefitting the
environment by reducing harmful methane gas emissions and generating clean, renewable

About Bluesphere Corporation

Bluesphere Corporation is a company in the cleantech sector as a waste-to-energy
project integrator. Bluesphere develops waste-to-energy and other renewable energy
projects. The Company aspires to become a key player in the global waste-to-energy and
renewable energy markets. For further information please visit the Company’s website


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