CoroWare is a company established and domiciled in The United States. We are publicly traded under the ticker symbol COWI.
CoroWare is transitioning itself into a waste reclamation company and is pursuing strategic intellectual property partnerships and sustainable growth business opportunities related to the production of hydrogen and high value carbon products from organic waste streams. By utilizing proven proprietary technologies, CoroWare plans to “upcycle” plastic and organic waste material into high value products such as carbon nanotubes (“CNTs”) and hydrogen gas.
Hydrogen will play an important role in the transition to cleaner energy systems. Our clean hydrogen fuel has many applications in the heavy industry and as an energy source for innovative mobility solutions and the necessary infrastructure. Our production method enables us to offer a green Hydrogen solution to our partners. We can therefore play an important role in the overall transition to sustainable energy.
Carbon Nanotubes have excellent characteristics which enables the development and production of higher quality products. Our CNTs can be used for improved electrical conduction and reinforcing materials in a wide variety of industries including the automotive industry, aviation industry, medical industry, and construction.
Coroware Announces OTC Pink Current Status – CoroWare, Inc. (OTC PINK:COWI) announced today that it has received Pink Current Information status approval from OTC Markets and is an issuer in good standing.
An “OTC Pink Current” company must verify its Company Profile through OTCIQ and comply with OTC Pink Basic Disclosure Guidelines that require issuers to provide current information to the public markets.
“We are excited that CoroWare has achieved Pink Current Information status,” said Lloyd Spencer, Chairman and CEO of CoroWare. “Working with multiple investment partners, the Company plans to establish research and development operations and pursue strategic acquisitions related to the production of hydrogen and high value carbon products from organic waste streams.”