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July 31, 2014: Nitro-Turbodyne has completed the final engineering on its Mobile Biodiesel Production Unit (MBPU). Simulation software confirmed previous calculations that the unit is capable of producing 800 gallons (3000 litres) per week of algae-derived biodiesel in a very small "footprint" area. The MBPU exceeds the strict requirements of the California Low Carbon Footprint Standards (LCFS), with a carbon sequestration ratio of over 155 to 1 - meaning it "locks up" 155 kilograms of CO2 for every kilogram of CO2 that it produces. 


Nitro-Turbodyne will begin construction of the full-scale prototype unit shortly, and expects to begin full-scale testing in the final quarter of 2014.

November 6, 2013: Moller International names Nitro-Turbodyne's Chief Technology Officer as its Chief Test Pilot. 


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March 19, 2013:    Nitro-Turbodyne Implements World's First Ultra High Capacity Gas Flow Controllers For Carbon Sequestration in Concrete


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January 09, 2013:  Venice and Camarillo, California based clean energy startup Nitro-Turbodyne, Inc. announced that it has signed an agreement with GSM Energy Solutions of Calgary, Alberta, Canada to distribute next generation power generators throughout Canada and the Bakken Oil Fields in the northern portions of the United States.


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December 14, 2012:  Nitro-Turbodyne’s Chief Technology Officer interviewed by Didier Grimonprez of the Aircars website. Read about the technology, plans and a special announcement.


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November 8, 2012:  Air Products Increases Its Capacity To Provide LN2 to Oilfields In Oklahoma


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June 18, 2012: Nitro-Turbodyne Is Featured Company on United States Embassy - Ottawa Website About Global Petroleum Show.


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June 5, 2012: Nitro-Turbodyne Announces Liferay As A Sponsor For Project Polar Bear. Our Thanks To The Fine Folks Of Liferay For Their Commitment To The Environment!


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April 25, 2012: Nitro-Turbodyne announces “Project Polar Bear” on Indiegogo Crowdfunding website. Project Polar Bear is a study to place 12 RIPGUs in an Arctic location for an entire winter season to prove the capability of each unit to reduce power generator emissions to zero.


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February 28, 2012: Nitro-Turbodyne acquires new office space in Santa Monica, California and new lab space in Camarillo, California.


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February 22, 2012: Nitro-Turbodyne completes Round 2 of competition in the Nova Scotia Cleantech Open in Halifax, Nova Scotia.


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