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AnPath Group Becomes Q2Power Technologies, Inc.; Receives New Ticker Symbol (QPWR) and Files for OTCQB Up-Listing

LANCASTER, OH--(Marketwired - Dec 14, 2015) - AnPath Group Inc. ( OTCQB : QPWR ) has changed its name to Q2Power Technologies, Inc. (the "Company") and has received a new trading symbol of QPWR. The Company has also filed with the OTC Markets to up-list its securities to the OTCQB.

"These are just the first few regulatory steps in Q2Power's aggressive growth plans for 2016," stated Christopher Nelson, the Company's CEO. "More importantly, we are ready to commence sales of our technology to customers, put more waste-to-power projects in the field, and seek strategic partnerships and acquisitions that can expand our revenue and asset base significantly over the next year. We will also add individuals to our Board of Directors with strong experience and contacts in the renewable power, waste management, and financial sectors. This should be an exciting year for Q2Power's shareholders."

Q2Power's technology provides a new, cost-effective solution to dispose of waste by converting it to electricity and useful heat. Because of its containerized, modular design, the system can be deployed with minimal time and expense at thousands of small-scale facilities that must dispose of waste such as methane, biogas and used fuels at increasingly greater costs. Q2Power installed its first system this summer at an Ohio wastewater treatment plant, and is on track to deploy commercial units to meet customer demand early in 2016.

For more information about Q2Power, please visit: www.q2p.com

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