Langson Energy, Inc. Ships Award Winning Gas Letdown Generator™ to Buenos Aires, Argentina
CARSON CITY, Nev., Aug. 6, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Langson Energy, Inc. (LEI) shipped their award winning Gas Letdown Generator™ (GLG) to Buenos Aires, Argentina. The journey over land and sea will take approximately 32 days. The crate will arrive in Argentina around August 08, 2012. The machine will be in Buenos Aires for 90 days and then returned to Langson Energy, USA.
The GLG is an innovative technology that harnesses pressure on gas pipelines to produce low cost baseload electricity and provide optional cooling for customer needs. Because the Gas Letdown Generator™ uses no fossil fuels to operate, it serves to improve the energy efficiency of existing facilities and industry. This proof-of-concept 15kW GLG will be used by Langson Energy Argentina and one of the largest gas distribution companies in Argentina. The revolutionary cogeneration technology is the same induction GLG that was tested by a test lab for a major third party utility company in the United States. Langson Energy Inc. will provide extensive protocol for the data trials, which will be strictly implemented by International testers.
The preliminary installation site, the General San Martin PRV station, is one of the main inlet stations of Buenos Aires. This site was selected for the GLG technology as the company's main facility, including areas dedicated to training and meeting rooms, is located on the station. The facility's power reduction of operating costs will commence in August 2012.
The site is 10 blocks from the Universidad Nacional de San Martin Argentina, where the Unconventional Energies Conference will be held on August 28 and August 29, 2012. During the conference the GLG will be introduced and Mr. Jorge Epelbaum of Langson Energy Argentina will give a presentation about this new technology.
Due to the GLG's extreme success, LEI, USA is launching a 100% project financing program for the green generator. LEI can provide project financing for up to 20 years to the clients who are interested in deploying the GLG to lower operating costs while reducing their carbon footprint. By lowering electrical costs the customer not only saves money on their utility bill but also helps lower CO2 emissions.
Richard Langson, Founder and CEO of LEI commented, "We are pleased to see the GLG ship to Buenos Aires. Langson Energy Argentina is pivotal in the LEI network. We are enthusiastic that by offering a unique financing program to our customers more projects like Mr. Epelbaum's will be implemented. Langson Energy products lower power bills and facility operating costs. This new energy project financing program will now enable energy applications worldwide."
About Langson Energy Incorporated
Langson Energy, Inc. (LEI) of Carson City, Nevada has developed an exceptionally efficient and unique power conversion system called the Gas Letdown Generator™ (GLG). This machine converts Pressure to Power™ and is vastly more cost effective than turbo expanders, turbines and other alternatives. The GLG technology will revolutionize the economics of green energy while featuring significantly lower capital costs than other green alternatives. The Gas Letdown Generator™ makes power from pressure by integrating LEI technology with off-the-shelf components that have a proven history of reliable, robust, low-maintenance performance. Langson has solved the challenges of expensive turbine solutions to generate green power from wasted gas pressure.
For more information: www.LangsonEnergy.com +775.885.0888
Public Relations contact Sarah Courtney: scourtney@LangsonEnergy.com
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