Award prize donated

Published:  30 March, 2017

Rotary International recently received a check for $5,500.00 as a result of Proton Power Inc winning the 2016 Kanthal Award (Kanthal is part of SANDVIK GROUP). Proton Power won the award for its innovative technology, said to be ideal for green and clean energy applications for current and future generations.

The Kanthal Award includes a prize sum of 5,000 Euro ($5,500), a statuette and a diploma. The prize sum is, however, not for the winner to keep, but is to be donated to a charitable organisation which supports the same criteria. Proton Power Inc decided to donate its award to Rotary International, an organisation in which Dr. Weaver, Proton Power president and CEO, is an active member.

w: www.kanthalaward.com / www.sandvik.com

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