Special Legal Note - 06/2011

Bridgestone has recently been made aware that certain individuals and companies have claimed to represent Bridgestone while using Bridgestone's name and past experience to enter into project partnerships, and to bid on international projects.  The apparent purpose of this illegal activity is to obtain fees and expenses from the other project participants.  This has been done without the approval or permission of Bridgestone.

To avoid any possible recurrence of this illegal activity, if you have been contacted by anyone claiming to represent Bridgestone, if in any doubt, prior to entering into any agreement, partnership agreement or project bid, please contact Bridgestone at or +1-610-388-6191.

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Grant Writing

With its extensive experience in energy and infrastructure project design and development, Bridgestone Associates Ltd. has helped numerous clients prepare and submit successful applications for grants and other incentive funding of wide range of projects. These have included projects for Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plants, waste energy plants, energy efficiency studies, pollution prevention studies and for new buildings. Many of the grant applications have been for funding of demonstration projects for new or evolving technologies including fuel cells, Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) systems, micro turbines, and specialized de-watering and filtration technologies. As experts in the application of energy efficiency and power generation technologies, and in the development of energy related projects, the Company has also been engaged by grant providers to assist in the review and grading of grant applications they have received.

Services offered by Bridgestone Associates Ltd. related to grant writing include:

  • Identification of grant and other incentive funding opportunities.
  • Determination of requirements for submission and identification of success criteria.
  • Management of the application preparation and submission process.
  • Writing and editing of written text, preparation of all drawings, spreadsheets and other support materials required for a grant application.
  • Research on information and data to support grant applications.
  • Physical preparation and submission of the grant or incentive funding application.
  • Review and grading of completed grant applications.

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