Nitro-Turbodyne, a clean energy and renewable energy startup company, has proposed an Arctic study project called Project Polar Bear with the help of Liferay, a leading enterprise web portal provider based in Southern California, as its main sponsor.
The aim of the environmental preservation project is to substitute harmful generators that power oil drills in the Arctic using the award-winning clean technology created by Nitro-Turbodyne.
Ed De Reyes, acting CEO and Chief Technology Officer of Nitro-Turbodyne, appreciates the support and commitment provided by Liferay. Liferay will also be sponsoring Nitro-Turbodyne at the Global Petroleum Show to be held at Alberta, Canada.
Paul Hinz, Chief Marketing Officer for Liferay, stated that he is happy for his company to be involved in advanced solutions meant to better the world and the companies that design them. He commends Nitro-Turbodyne’s efforts to bring about a change in the Arctic environment
The gasoline and diesel power generators utilized in the Artic will be substituted by Nitro-Turbodyne’s Remote Instrumentation Power Generation Units (RIPGU). The RIPGU will reduce the amount of carbon released into the environment, whereas the gasoline and diesel power generators currently release up to 40 pounds of carbon per day.
Project Polar Bear will be pay for its 12 clean liquid nitrogen generators using donations. These generators will be made available to petroleum companies drilling in the Arctic Circle. Based on the results from this project, other global petroleum companies can change the way they power their drilling activities.