2012 Global Petroleum Show: Nitro-Turbodyne, Inc.
California Company Uses Innovative Technology to Penetrate Canadian Market
Ed and Lisa De Reyes of Nitro-Turbodyne, Inc. first spurred Canadian interest at the Global Clean Energy Congress with their Remote Instrumentation Power Generation Unit (RIPGU). The generator uses liquid nitrogen. This allows the generator to operate at any temperature and in any climate without any maintenance. The unit can operate for up to 10 years.
When being asked about the motive behind his innovation, Ed De Reyes said that "oil companies approached me for this technology; they define themselves by their interests and products".
Both hope that being able to penetrate the Canadian market will allow for job creation on both sides of the border by establishing a final assembly and distribution centre in Alberta. According to Ed De Reyes, this will allow the company to be located "exactly where we are needed".
The company has also partnered with Liferay, Inc. and Project Polar Bear, which supports innovative technology. The couple is hoping that after a trial run of the unit in the Northwest Territories, they will be able to establish their technology as the next breakthrough technology.
Nitro-Turbodyne, INC was one of 75 U.S. companies in the U.S. pavilion and one of more than 300 U.S. companies in total at the 2012 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary.
More information about the company can be found at www.nitroturbodyne.com.