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PROJECT PROPOSALS

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INVITATION TO ENGAGE OUR TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Beyond its expanding portfolio of internal projects, Langenburg Technologies (LT) is currently vetting prospective end-user clients to engage for licensed use of its advanced proprietary core solutions through our technology accelerator services.  Welcomed, are viable project platforms that can host LT applications for heavy industry, civil-municipal infrastructure, and also for bio-regenerative medical spas.

  

The inquiry, introduction and proposal stages of engagement

are similar in position and approach to pitching a presentation

to an angel investor or venture capital audience.

 

Our technology accelerator services extend operational performance of an industrial process, to become advanced beyond any other conventional technology solution currently available.  Application of our core tech also enables operation without residual or any pollutive emission, while compliance to any global standard, conforming to any clean-tech, green, sustainable or renewable standard.  Our proprietary synthetic non-carbon fuels produced from any converted waste, will exceed the hydrogen economy's classification of green hydrogen, including a shortened process/supply chain in it's production.

 

To engage with Langenburg Technologies, please review the

orientation on this page  regarding project-based engagement

and company policy.

 

INTAKE PROCESSING TIME AVERAGES SEVERAL WEEKS ~ ENGAGEMENT IS SELECTIVE & LIMITED

 

Company Policy

LANGENBURG COMPANY POLICY

KEY INSTRUMENTS OF THE ENGAGEMENT DOCKET:

ONLINE INQUIRY FORM

to begin a conversation about a project proposal with Langenburg Global Headquarters, and to

establish a case file;

  

LETTER OF INTEREST

to introduce a project for consideration and

initial viability review;

  

LANGENBURG NDA

to secure confidentiality of Langenburg's proprietary core technology (submitted together with

Proof-of-Funds);

  

BANK-CERTIFIED PROOF OF FUNDS

to financially qualify the prospective End-User Client's capability and intent to fund a Formal Engagement and Certified Feasibility Study;

  

FORMAL LETTER OF INTENT

to propose the project's executive summary, prospectus of the prospective End-User Client, with delineated request for Langenburg's Technology Accelerator Services;

  

BILATERAL MOU

to describe mutual responsibilities between End-User Client and Service Provider – includes Use License, Lease and Revenue Share Agreements, architectural plans, civil/municipal permits and certifications, utility purchase agreements such as the PPA;

  

CERTIFIED FEASIBILITY STUDY

to account for all aspects of the project's viability, feasibility, value proposition, market factors and operational plan – performed by Langenburg's Director of Projects to become a bankable instrument

after its certification;

  

ENGAGEMENT FEE

to fund the formal engagement and initiate financing of the design, manufacture, delivery, installation and setup of Langenburg Systems at the project's operational facilities – can be integrated with the cost of the required Certified Feasibility Study, supplemented or replaced by a sovereign guarantee (if applicable) in certain circumstances.

INQUIRY FORM

PRIOR TO SUBMITTING THIS FORM – PLEASE REVIEW OUR GUIDE TO THE ENGAGEMENT PROCEDURE ON THIS WEB-PAGE

PRIOR CONTACT WITH LANGENBURG ASSOCIATES
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Engagement

ENGAGEMENT PROCEDURE

REVIEW LANGENBURG COMPANY POLICY

Inquiries and project introductions are welcomed in accordance to the Project-Based Engagement Model of Langenburg's Company Policy.

 

REVIEW QUALIFIERS FOR STANDING

TO PROPOSE A PROJECT

 ... by reviewing the section on this web-page

"Standing to Propose a Project".

 

INQUIRE USING ONLINE FORM

... by sending the inquiry form found on this web page for Langenburg's initial review of the project's

viability potential.

  

INTRODUCE THE VIABLE PROJECT

... by a non-binding letter of interest with executive summary of the project serving as the hosting platform of a potential Langenburg Systems installation. Include a prospectus of the proposing entity along with CVs of key executives, and the signed Langenburg NDA.

   

ACQUIRE A PRE-FEASIBILITY EVALUATION

... prior to formal proposal of the project, Langenburg's Director of Projects will evaluate feasibility of the project in preparation for the required (full) feasibility study to be performed, and certified by Langenburg.

  

FORMALLY PROPOSE THE PROJECT

... by submitting a letter of intent that becomes binding after successful engagement, authored upon official letterhead of the prospective end-user client to Langenburg's services, with attached;

request for Langenburg's

technology services;

    

request for Langenburg to perform

the required feasibility study;

 

bank-certified proof-of-funds of the entity

intending to engage.

  

ANTICIPATE A FUNDING DETERMINATION

Langenburg advocates on behalf of the project's viability and feasibility, to qualify a funding package from Langenburg's financial institutions to fund the custom design, manufacture, delivery, installation, connection and calibration of its leased technology systems equipment to be operated at the technology hosting platform in accordance with the drafted bilateral MOU between the end-user client and the service provider (Langenburg). Unless otherwise negotiated, all costs/expenses of the project hosting platform, is the responsibility of the engaged end-user client.

 

 

DRAFT THE BILATERAL MOU

... by invitation from Langenburg to its global headquarters in Eugene, OR USA, the parties collaborate to draft the memorandum of understanding with attached use license, equipment lease agreement, revenue-share agreement, services agreement, designs/plans/permits, feasibility study, and executable utility purchase agreements such as PPA.

 

ACTIVATE THE REQUIRED

FEASIBILITY STUDY

... by submitting the agreed-upon feasibility study fee, in coordination with activation of formal engagement.

 

ACTIVATE FORMAL ENGAGEMENT

... by submitting the agreed-upon engagement fee, with all finalized instruments of the engagement docket.

  

BEGIN OPERATIONS

Engagement – Value Propositons

ENGAGE UPON OUR VALUE PROPOSITION

 

Langenburg core tech solutions originate through 50+ years of innovative research and development, with a history of major contributions to military and commercial industry sectors – founded upon the Royal legacy of Langenburg Research.

  

... more on the FOUNDINGS page of this website.

  

A typical LT waste-to-energy project with water municipal water system of several-hundred megawatt capacity involves up-front expenses ranging in the hundreds-of-millions for its design survey, custom design, material acquisition, manufacture, delivery, installation, configuration, connection and calibration – without expense to the engaged end-user client.

 

The capabilities and status of Langenburg's proprietary systems represents the world's most scientifically advanced core technology solution, and the only viable alternative to conventional energy infrastructure including wind and solar-voltaic technology.  The efficacy and readiness of the technology is pre-vetted by Langenburg's financing institutions;

  

... overcoming the most difficult hurdle that usually
prevents successful emergence of new technologies.

 

Accordingly, Langenburg's standards for engagement are selective for the highest integrity proposals

introduced in qualified standing that have been deemed viable to pursue toward formal engagement.

ENGAGE UPON HYDROGEN ECONOMY SOLUTIONS

Langenburg's synthetic non-carbon fuel is produced exclusively from converted waste, based upon a stable form of hydrogen that qualifies it as "green hydrogen" in accordance with Hydrogen Economy standards.  The nature of its synthesis is without electrolysis or dependency on any other conventional means... and in a manner eliminating nearly all of the expected supply chain factors.  This proprietary non-toxic fuel features properties similar to water, with an indefinite shelf-life; its only produced emission is clean water vapor.

 

The non-carbon option of ammonia fuel (NH3) presents toxicity, containing only about half the heat energy by volume as gasoline, dependent upon sodium chloride (NaCl), barium chloride (BaCL 2), and sodium flouride (NaF) as catalysts to achieve a sufficient combustion rate. Its catalysts also prevent unwanted nitride (N3-) byproducts.  Hydrogen peroxide is another non-carbon fuel-cell technology challenged by many factors including its dependency upon nickel (Ni) and lead sulfate (PbSO4) catalysts used to facilitate its combustion.

 

Although other technologies exist that may temporarily stabilize hydrogen in gaseous form, there is no other storage and delivery solution for stable liquid hydrogen without need for cyrogenics, other than Langenburg.

 

LT synthetic liquid hydrogen-based fuel made from any
wastewater or seawater, overcoming conventional
Hydrogen Economy challenges such as the necessity of:
a clean/low-energy production process; scalability;
liquid stability at ambient temperatures; independence
from compressed tanks, fuel cells and cyrogenic systems.

Langenburg's proprietary hydrogen-based liquid fuel requires no catalysts for delivery of energy.  Its sum practical benefits place it at the leading edge for solutions to current Hydrogen Economy challenges.

ENGAGE UPON SOLUTIONS FOR RENEWABLES

 

In response to climate narratives, Langenburg understands the cultural reactivity, policy-making, regulatory activities, and  related initiatives on carbon footprint, green initiatives, hydrogen economy, and net-zero.

  

Investment volume into renewable energy solutions are currently led by China, then USA, followed by Germany.  The current "climate" for renewables however is challenged to offset intermittent deficits involved with wind and solar platforms.  Energy storage in the form of hydrogen tanks, battery networks super/ultra capacitors are currently the best practical solutions to balance the troubled renewable power generation equation.  Coal-fired thermal generation is challenged with pollutive emissions, but still qualifies as the most reliable bulk baseload power source other than cleaner burning natural gas.  The latest solution to reduce thermal plant emissions are retrofits using "Advanced Ultra-SuperCritical" AUSC technology.

 

In spite of effective remedial options, coal-fired plants

continue to be decommissioned and even demolished

under the auspice of compulsory and aggressive regulatory

and political objectives; see CASE STUDY on this website.

  

Considering the regenerative nature of Langenburg Core Tech, a comprehensive model is emerging that our planet's ecological sphere is regenerative over time and capable self-repair, a renewable, self-balancing and actually more self-sustainable than recently understood.  Nonetheless, our technology accelerator services overcome concerns and challenges for renewables using a new and very unconventional approach that is also inherently regenerative – the next-generation platform of waste-to-energy technology for heavy industry and civil infrastructure.

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ENGAGE UPON ELIMINATION OF POLLUTION

 

Without any relationship to Environmental Social (ESG) or Carbon-Credit programs, climate-change or carbon narratives, Langenburg core tech applications represent robust zero-emission/pollution solutions in the truest sense, capable of actually solving the most complex challenges to eliminate toxicity that threatens life and environment.  Common pollutants include a variety of industrial particulates, SO2, CO, NO2, HCs, CH2O, industrial HAZMAT, medical wastes, pharmaceuticals, raw sewage and many other materials of concern that interfere with the balance and quality of life and environment;

  

... all of which can be converted directly into purified

potable water, synthetic non-carbon fuel, electrical

grid power, and other valuable products by

core tech applications of Langenburg Systems.

   

CO2's role in the planet's carbon cycle has been termed greenhouse gas, and now considered by the US EPA as pollution, alongside ozone (O3) that is a vital component of Earth's upper atmosphere, also emitted by thunderstorm activity. Environmental ozone expedites a sanitizing effect, providing a free-radical acceleration to the oxidation process. The term greenhouse gas however originates with agricultural CO2-injection systems used as a fertilizing agent to plants growing inside controlled spaces such as hot-houses and greenhouses.  LT Systems will accelerate the fertility and productivity of any hydroponic or aquaponic growing environment with its purified water product enriched with stable oxygen, minerals and nutrients, offering growth acceleration benefits far beyond CO2 injection systems alone.

 

Elementary academics explains CO2 as a necessary component of the planet's carbon-based lifecycle, a trace gas comprising 0.03%-0.04% of the atmosphere's volume that actives photosynthesis in plants – oxygen is a byproduct.  Satellite imagery revealing the "leaf area index" by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites, shows land masses covered by green fauna. Greenness of the plant is animated by chlorophyll pigments resulting from photosynthesis, and has been recognized to balance/offset the effect perceived as global warming.  The total greenness of the planet depends on sufficient levels of life-giving CO2 while contributing oxygen to the atmosphere.

 

Current initiatives involving C02 as a pollutant, have sought solutions to harvest atmospheric CO2. Carbon capture systems such as CO2-to-formate fuel cell technology, are questionable regarding potentially harmful and long-term ecological impact to the biological balance of the planet's carbon cycle, with considerable implications regarding fertility in the plant kingdom and industrial agriculture.

 

See more below, regarding Langenburg Systems

production of other forms of industrial carbon

dioxide (such as supercritical C02) and agricultural

liquid carbon products and enriched soil products.

ENGAGE UPON REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE

  

The looming issue of agricultural fertilizers becoming increasingly banned by local, state, and global regulatory agencies can be alleviated by using a liquid carbon product made in a LT system, from any wastewater intake.  Increasingly becoming the target of stringent limiting regulations, the high-nitrate residual wastewaters from industrial food processing facilities can be converted by Langenburg Systems into many valuable products.

  

 In addition to Langenburg's proprietary agricultural water applications, carbon in liquid form will increase the available organic carbon that greatly enhances fertility of  ground soil.  Ground soil applications of liquid carbon lead to primary aliphatic precursors of soil's humic content, resulting in the enriching of its microbiome and its CO2 binding potential.  Aside from damaging eruptions, volcanic ash provides a similar function as a high-carbon, mineral-rich fertilizer having long known benefits to ground fauna and ocean-based plankton.

 

Langenburg systems are configurable to produce

a rich liquid carbon product for applications that

preserve the integrity of ground soils' fertility, and

accelerate the productivity of agricultural farming

operations.  Liquid carbon is currently valued at

≈$33/gal, useful to increase soil's "carbon footprint"

– providing benefits similar to natural volcanic ash,

and comparable to the soil-enhancing carbon

fortification derived from seasonal farming ground

burns, also increasingly banned by regulatory agencies.

 

For industrial farming applications, there are multiple beneficiary aspects for Langenburg systems including its oxygen and nutrient enriched water, and Langenburg's advanced approach to Aquaponics.  In addition to a liquid carbon soil conditioner, Langenburg systems can also produce a fertile enriched farming soil from any high-carbon intake, especially coal.

ENGAGE UPON WASTE-TO-ENERGY CONVERSION

 

Ongoing deployment of Langenburg Systems will reduce environmental toxicity by its complete conversion to energy. There is a growing demand, and in certain cases a desperation for clean renewable baseload power, clean water and a better approach to solve complex problems with the accumulation of waste.

 

Our waste-to-energy technology can generate baseload power from any waste converted to a proprietary non-toxic / non-carbon / zero-emission synthetic hydrogen-based liquid fuel.  The synthetic fuels long-term stability and reliable performance in Langenburg-proprietary closed-cycle regenerative hydrogen turbines operate in a facility with no air intake plenum or exhaust ports.

 

Other than thermonuclear power, Langenburg's systems are the only viable

regenerative and clean alternative to renewable power from wind and solar.

 

ENGAGE ON CLEAN WATER

  

Because a Langenburg Waste-to-Energy Plant uses a proprietary hydrodynamic process to separate/extract the pure clean water component from any wastewater, it can completely replace any typical municipal wastewater treatment plant, rendering water that pure to an extent that pollutive components will be chemically non-detectible by lab test.

ENGAGE ON OUR MISSION & VISION

 

Langenburg is positioned to create the future of civil infrastructure by emerging a completely new technology platform solving the most complex challenges for heavy industrial systems – applications ranging from municipal utility services, and acceleration of most any industrial process, aquaculture, farming, health, transport and more...

 

Langenburg presents the most scientifically advanced self-sustainable solutions to create a future by using

The Power of Water, and The Power of Light.

Standing to Propose a Project

STANDING TO PROPOSE A PROJECT

The below criteria comprise standing to propose a project – from entities that are...

  

       the legal owner, controller, or having corporate authority to act on behalf of the project's owner/controller;

       not an independent party acting without legal corporate authority from the project's owner/controller;

       accepting of a model in which the MOU is between the Service Provider and End-User of the technology services;

       the direct beneficiary of the technology services with authority to manage the project's operational facilities;

       financially capable to engage as the End-User Client of the technology services;

     •  a corporation or singular consortium , or an alliance that will legally unify prior to engagement with Langenburg;
 
   •  qualified in areas of engineering, utilities, architectural/civil and industrial project development;
 
     a managing party with an appointed role as technical liaison on behalf of the project, with Langenburg;

     •  proposing a project in late-stage development, near-operational, or existing facilities ready to accept retrofits;
 
     able to present a corporate prospectus of the project's owning/controlling entity;

       able to present an executive summary and value proposition, and viability of the project platform;

       accepting to submit key instruments of Langenburg's Project-Based Engagement Docket;

       accepting to protect of the proprietary nature of Langenburg's Technology and brand;

       accepting of Langenburg's service provision by Use License, Equipment Lease & Revenue Share agreements;

       accepting that announced affiliation with Langenburg qualifies after a successfully engaged & operational project.

EVALUATION FACTORS TOWARD ENGAGEMENT

  

Engagement is generally evaluated upon the following factors:

 

       integrity of the letter of intent, authored on the official letterhead of the entity proposing the project

       corporate prospectus representing integrity and reputation of the entity proposing the project

       the CVs of the key principals of the owning/controlling  entity

       quality and completeness of the executive summary of the project being proposed

       overall viability of project and tech hosting platform toward a certifiable feasibility study

       a sound risk-assessment absent of potential conflicts or encumbrances

       an actionable project at mature development stage

       a secure technology hosting platform without encumbrance of ongoing access to property

       a favorable operational plan supplemented with sufficient market analysis reports

       clarity and degree of specificity regarding the technology service request (in letters of interest / intent)

  

Speculative and open possibilities are generally not considered unless backed by a comprehensive record of project development capability, case history and strong company prospectus.

LETTERS OF INTEREST & INTENT

 

The following elements comprise a non-binding Letter of Interest serving as a provisional Letter of Intent:

  

       authored on the letterhead of entity financially responsible to formally engage

       prospectus of the entity seeking engagement
     •  executive summary and operations plan of the project
     •  technical description and schematics of systems, process and connections
     •  map, photos & diagrams of geographical project site

     •  zoning, land-use, permits, certifications and site controls
     •  evidence of ownership and control of project platform
     •  summary of market for power, water and waste remediation services and other products of the project
     •  disclosure of potential encumbrances, or factors of challenge
       anticipated market value potential using Langenburg technology services

VISITS TO LANGENBURG FACILITIES

 

Invitations to visit the headquarters office of Langenburg Global in Eugene Oregon, as well any of it's operational facilities or project development sites, are offered to entities actively in compliant with Langenburg Company Policy, that are in or near the pre-feasibility phase of seeking engagement.

NOTICES OF IMPORTANCE

 

NO SALES OF EQUIPMENT:  The physical equipment comprising Langenburg systems are leased under an end-use license. No equipment is sold.  In some countries, the customs clearance can be an impedement to delivery of leased equipment (Langenburg's case), in which its ownership is retained by the sender of the shipment. Such import clearances may require a commercial invoice – these circumstances have potential to disqualify a Langenburg project.

  

SOLE PATHWAY TO SERVICES:  The Langenburg Project-Based Engagement Model is the sole pathway to formal engagement to become a licensed end-user of its Langenburg's Services.

  

MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING:   The bilateral MOU is by and between the engaged end-urser client (a single entity), and the service provider (Langenburg) under a minimum of a 20-year renewable lease agreement and revenue share agreement.

 

UNENCUMBERED ACCESS TO THE PROJECT HOSTING PLATFORM The physical property and facilities comprising the project hosting platform of Langenburg's leased equipment requires continuous unencumbered access, and ability to perform any site controls protocol in order to honor the responsibilities outlined in the bilateral MOU for the full term of the lease and services agreements.

  

INSTRUMENTS OF SECURITY:  The bilateral MOU and services and operations agreements are secured by bankable instruments such as:

•  Power Purchase Agreement (PPA)

•  Water Purchase Agreement (WPA)

•  Waste Remediation Agreement (WRA)

•  Mining Assay (WRA)

•  Langenburg Feasibility Study (LFS)

  

For engagements regarding mining operations, a qualifying assay is required in accordance to the Securities Exchange Commission's (SEC) Committee for Mineral Reserves International Reporting Standards (CRIRSCO), noting recently updated factors for initial assessment pertaining to mineral processing and metallurgical testing. Qualifying mineral exploration evaluations for geo-chemical analysis and assaying standards are performed by labs accredited by the International Standards Organization under the ISO/IEC 17025:2017 or other similar acceptable standard.

 

The required feasibility study that is performed by Langenburg, also is considered by Langenburg-affiliated financial institutions as a bankable instrument upon its certification by Langenburg.

 

The sum collection of licenses, services and purchase agreements, revenue share agreement, use licences, equipment lease, and feasibility study are attached to the MOU are leveraged for Langenburg to advocate on behalf of the prospective client in order seek funding for the leased Langenburg equipment.

 

END-USER CLIENT IS THE DIRECT BENEFICIARY OF THE TECHNOLOGY SERVICES:  In consideration that independent parties often ally to co-develop a project; note that upon Engagement, the user of the services must be the owner/controller, and direct beneficiary in order to generate and share the revenues, in accordance to the Revenue Share Agreement attached to the MOU.  Any prior independent consulting or contributing entities must legally consolidate prior to Formal Engagement as the singular End-User Client to a formal Langenburg Engagement.

  

EXTENT OF PUBLIC DISCLOSURE:  This website is the most extensive authorized public disclosure currently available.

 

EXCLUSIVE WEB & OPERATIONAL PORTAL:   This website is the exclusive portal for inquiries, and the only authorized public disclosure currently available regarding Langenburg's proprietary technology. Operations are directed solely from its global headquarters in Eugene Oregon USA.

 

FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS:  Financial transactions toward engagement are managed exclusively through the office of Prinz Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg located at Langenburg Global headquarters in Eugene Oregon USA ~ avoid financial transactions with independent entities claiming association, partnership or those providing gateway access to Langenburg.

 

ADVERTISEMENTS & CLAIMS POTENTIALLY DEPENDENT UPON LANGENBURG'S CORE TECH:   Langenburg's vision, mission and solutions often align with motivations appealing to environmental and climate change agendas that have been responsible for implementation of public and corporate policies, carbon credit programs, and the establishment of task forces pursuant to social governance on regional, state, and national levels.

  

Although Langenburg CoreTech™ offers solutions these concerns, note advertisements and claims asserting environmental solutions that may actually be dependent on Langenburg Solutions, but without due disclosures until a potential deal is made; as possible exploits for capital investments, and other kinds of financial program offerings.

  

Prospective Langenburg clients have inadvertently become limited by agency, nondisclosure or non-compete agreements, and other legal instruments that circumvent direct access to Langenburg's services.  Although other useful and environmentally aligned technologies of genuine achievement exist – navigate this landscape with discernment.

  

DIRECT ACCESS TO LANGENBURG SERVICE PROVISIONS:   Langenburg does not make alliances with or use representatives, management agencies, brokers or finding agents or independent entities for project inquiries, introductions or  proposals.  Services are available to any entity seeking to become a direct beneficiary of the technology accelerator services, and to engage as an End-User Client to Langenburg's service offerings.

  

COMMERCIAL USE OF LANGENBURG MEDIA:   The Langenburg brand, official company logo, designs, literature, presentations, and royal insignia such as the historic crest of The Dynastic Lords of Langenburg or The Princes of Hohenlohe is unauthorized, under sole direction of Langenburg Global headquarters in Eugene Oregon USA.  Content featured on the Langenburg official website can be quoted in whole original form with due credit, accompanied by the website to www.langenburgtechnologies.com .

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