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Final days of v5 sale,
new pricing starts February 1st


Just three days left! Now through the end of the month, the upgraded Version 5.0 GEK gasifier and Power Pallet is available at the old price of $26,995. This applies to any orders placed by month’s end.

Beginning February 1st, the new list price will be $29,995. Various discounts and incentives may be available depending on your country and use scenario, thus your final price may less. You will need to inquire to get your local pricing, specific features, and service details for your market.

This new list price reflects the much enhanced performance and operational value of the new v5, while also keeping the list price at $1.50 per watt.   Moving to a list price model will allow some headroom for our Authorized Representatives to be able to offer more value to their local customers.

Also through the end of the month there are still incentives in place for multiple unit orders. They are:

1-2 units: 50% down, balance due before shipping.
3-9 units: 25% down, 10% discount.  Includes free onsite time for assist with installation and training at your site.  (You pay for travel, room and board.)
10+ units: 25% down, 15% discount. Includes one of our technicians traveling to your site to assist with installation and training at no additional cost to you.

See the Version 5.0 in detail: online photo essay

In previous notes we’ve shared CAD model images highlighting new features–now we want you to see the real thing. So, just before sending the first v5 to Liberia last week ( see sidebar) we took a full photo set. Here they are, in all their shiny stainless glory.


v5 webcast video-now online

We recorded our most recent webcast, in which Jim Mason went through the details of the new design and functionality of our Version 5.0 GEK Gasifier/Power Pallet. You can play it back on your own schedule by clicking this link. Note that the video playback is jerky on some connections, but the audio seems fine.

webcast 2

LIVE Power Pallet Demonstration #1
February 5th, Monrovia, Liberia.

USAID has organized a big event for February 5th about using palm waste as fuel for electricity, and we’re the big attraction. Already more than 70 people have signed up to attend, including a delegation from nearbye Mali.  APL will be demonstrating the new Version 5.0 GEK Gasifier and Power Pallet, just before installing it permanently at Booker Washington Institute. If you are in the region and can join us, please do. You can read the full event agenda here.

LIVE Power Pallet Demonstration #2
February 7th, Palawan, Philipines

APL’s Chuck Encarnacion and Herman Vinoya are returning to their native Philipines to demonstrate and install a Power Pallet as part of a village electrification microgrid project, another project funded by USAID. Want to learn more? Contact Chuck directly

From the USAID description:
“Green Island” is a small fishing island village just a few miles from the shore of Roxas, one of the cities of Palawan. It houses 375 people / 75 families. 

This “Renewable Energy Hybrid Project” was implemented by SURE Philippines in partnership with the Palawan Center for Appropriate Rural Technology (PCART) as the lead NGO & the Local Government Unit (LGU) of Roxas City. The project was/is funded by USAID.  The goal is to supplement / replace the existing 25kVa generator on site.

The solar & wind are charging the batteries that provide power for lights at night to the households & pathways.(streets). The Power Pallet on the other hand will provide power primarily to the ice making machine for the fisher folks to have the ability to preserve their catch & sell it to the main market in Roxas.”

4 Responses

  1. Hi, found your webpage while searching for a small scale solution for energyproduction. We are currently working with UNDP in Guiuan, in the Haiyan affected area of Phillippines. Im interested to know where you will do demo in Phillippines, is it in this area or in Manila? There is urgent need to harvest and find suitable solutions for all the coconut tree debris that are destroyed by the typhoon. There is also a need to supply the communities with electricity. Looking forward to your response./Anna Nordlander

  2. Dear Mr. Mason,

    Kudos to you! Really happy to see someone trying to solve the energy problem while solving waste/garbage problems simultaneously. Hope things went well for your Roxas City Pilot. Would be interested to help market, but would need more data. Also, would be great to know if you have plans for bigger scale units, as this would be a great alternative to Biomass plants. Looking forward to hearing back from you.


    Raymond E. Rodrigo

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