Langson Energy’s patent pending Air Energy Storage SystemTM (AESS) presents a total solution for generating and storing clean energy while conditions are favorable for producing energy from renewable sources such as solar, wind or pressure reduction. When more energy is generated than can be used, our AESS captures and stores that energy for later use with an adiabatic process. When there is a demand for low-cost renewable energy use during peak hours or emergency energy is needed, our AESS turns the stored energy into clean, low-cost, distributed electricity. The AESS stores energy by compressing air or gases through a dual expander/compressor or dual radial inflow turbine coupled to a dual motor/generator. This compressed, renewable energy is sent to an insulated gunite storage vessel to store the pressure and heat from compression and then returns the hot air/gas back through the expander generator in reverse to generate electricity to supplement renewable power for use during peak hours, national defense and natural disasters.
The natural gas industry in Argentina: development and perspectives by: Jorge Epelbaum Marketing Manager, Morken Group September 2011 Click here to see original article The natural gas industry in Argentina has gone through many changes and faced many challenges over the years, including the privitisation of companies and tough economic times. This article will describe […]Read More
Langson unveils system to put wasted pressure to use March 18, 2011 by: Brian Duggan, Nevada Appeal Inside Richard Langson’s Carson City workshop is one of the dragsters he used to race. He refers to it as the “not so green machine,” one designed to bum gallons of fuel in a matter of seconds in […]Read More
Langson unveils system to put wasted pressure to use by: John Seelmeyer The curtain rises in Amsterdam next week on the second act of Richard Langson’s career as a creator of technology to generate electricity from energy that otherwise goes to waste. Langson Energy Inc. will unveil technology that captures the pressure that’s released from […]Read More