Continuous Power at 1/3 Fuel Consumption

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IGP is committed to provide an answer to low cost power generation.

MYT-14 on a dyno

Renewing our future.

Industrial Green Power Inc. (IGPI) has announced a line of gensets for sale with continuous output capabilities from 10 kW to 2 MW that will draw from at least three revolutionary technologies and result in a guaranteed minimum fuel improvement of three times better than conventional gensets of comparable output.

The engines are being provided by Angel Labs LLC, makers of the Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) engine, the design that has fewer moving parts with a 40 times higher power to weight ratio and high mechanical efficiency. This alone is sufficient to enable IGPI to guarantee that their genset will use at least 1/3 less fuel. The MYT-6 (six inch diameter) engine will be used in the 10 kW portable, 40 kW, and the 40-145kW variable generators.    

Adding to this package, IGPI is negotiating a contract with Millennial Research Corporation who has a patent protected permanent magnet generator called Magnetronic which uses both sides of the electromagnetic coil and harvests the back EMF resulting in ultra efficient running and even less fuel required to run the genset. Individual coils that might cease working can be identified and replaced while the motor is running, enabling continuous running without stopping for servicing. Using the MYT-6 Millennial Research Corporation can customize their generator to produce multi megawatt outputs.

Either one of these technologies alone are considered game-changing; and IGPI is combining them.

The gensets will come with a supply of B100 biodiesel by Titan GTL Inc., which adds to the green nature of the system, with their breakthrough technology.

Titan GTL Inc. has spent the last several years developing and building a third generation crossover biodiesel production system that converts fats, crude oils, high FFA and high water content feedstocks into ASTM grade biodiesel or renewable diesel.

2MW units under 3,000 lbs. Please watch video of the 14-inch MYT.

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