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Langenburg – Creating The Future with The Power of Water & Light

creating a regenerative and self-sustaining future by the power of water and light


Invitation to Engage


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 solutions as a technology accelerator service, ready for deployment in multiple large-scale application settings.


By client specification, systems are custom-designed, manufactured, delivered, installed and setup at the client facility for use under a 20-year renewable lease program initiated by a flat one-time engagement fee.  Profits arising from the project's operations are shared throughout the term of operation.  Prospective end-user clients present an actionable and viable project platform suitable to host LT systems under a bilateral contract for projects in heavy industry, civil-municipal infrastructure, and for bio-regenerative medical spa applications.  Depending on the project factors, it existing systems can be upgraded using LT retrofits, or an installation of 100% LT-proprietary equipment – or some combination of both.


Project proposals are generally made similar in position

and in approach, as though a presentation to

angel investment or venture capital funding audiences.


Our technology accelerator services extend the operational performance of an industrial process involving water, power, and waste, to become advanced beyond any other conventional solution available.  Applications of Langenburg core technology enables regenerative operation without residual or any pollutive emission, compliant to any global standard.  Our synthetic non-carbon fuel is used to operate Langenburg's waste-to-energy and waterworks plants as a self-sustaining, regenerative closed-loop system.  LT's liquid hydrogen-based fuel is a non-carbon formula made from any waste intake, and used to operate a turbine-generator set (power unit).


This Project Proposals page is a guide to our business

model and company policy.  Its procedure uses sequential key

instruments of a project-based engagement docket.


Company Policy

Engagement is very selective and limited.

Inquiry processing may require several weeks.





... to establish a case file for the prospective customer, with propositions of the hosting platform's value and viability regarding Langenburg's technology service provision.  Inquiring parties are asked to review, understand and accept  Langenburg Company Policy, and (see link) Terms of Engagement prior to submitting an Introductory Letter of Interest;



acts as a non-binding provisional letter of intent


... introduces the project with a complete overview, makes a preliminary request for Langenburg's technology service provision and supply of of leased equipment for installation at the customer's proposed hosting platform/facility.  CVs of the project's principals are presented, with background of the Customer entity that will fund the One-Time Project-Based Engagement Fee.  An Introductory Letters of Interest acts as a provisional letter of intent;



... to qualify the financial clout of a prospective customer to cover the One-Time Flat Engagement Fee, Langenburg Feasibility Study fee, in order to formally

engage as an End-User Customer;



... to protect confidentiality of Langenburg's proprietary core technology, signed by the prospective End-User Customer.  Upon successful formal engagement between Customer and Provider, Langenburg's director of projects will signature-confirm receipt of this non-mutual NDA;




... formally proposes a project with intent to engage as an end-user customer of Langenburg. Attached exhibits include executive summary of the project, detailed prospectus and background of the prospective End-User

Customer entity;



... to describe mutual responsibilities between end-user customer, and service provider in a bilateral License, Supply, And Services Contract. Exhibits include finalized project description, revenue sharing agreement, payment schedule, tariffs and rates, architectural plans, civil/municipal permits, certifications, and relevant utility purchase agreements such as a power purchase agreement (PPA) and water purchase agreement (WPA);



... to account for all aspects of the project's viability, feasibility, value proposition, market factors and operations plan – performed by Langenburg's director of projects, and certified to become a bankable instrument for consideration of

funding by Langenburg's financial institutions;



... to activate formal engagement and funding of the custom-design, manufacture, delivery, installation and setup of the physical equipment installed at the project's operational facilities (aka technology hosting platform).  For mid-level projects fees range from ≈$5M to ≈$6M USD – however are highly dependent upon project's scope, value proposition, market factors/numerations, risk assessment and nature of the services request made

 in the Formal Letter of Intent.


This fee is used to establish necessary security and insurance "wrappers" to leverage the project-dependent funds in which the readiness of the technology has been pre-vetted by Langenburg's financial institutions.


In some circumstances depending upon project factors, the engagement fee requirement is integrated with the cost of the required feasibility.


This fee may be offset by consideration of the the clout of established institutions, large corporations, civil utility cooperatives, and government energy ministries.  Municipalities, state, government and other national entities may in some circumstances may qualify for a sovereign guarantee in lieu of, or

supplemental to an engagement fee.

Finalized documents are physically delivered on official letterhead of the prospective end-user customer, signed using blue-ink.

Terms of Engagement


1)  EXCLUSIVE SERVICE PROVIDER OF CORE TECH BY LANGENBURG RESEARCH:  Langenburg Technologies in Eugene, OR USA, is the sole and exclusive service provider for any/all applications of the proprietary core technology developed by Langenburg Research.

2)  PROJECT-BASED ENGAGEMENT MODEL:  Using the online Project Inquiry Form, introduce a project and its technology hosting platform suitable to host a  Langenburg equipment installation. The process of formal engagement is in accordance to Langenubrg Company Policy, using the key instruments of its project-based engagement docket.

3)  ENGAGEMENT IS SELECTIVE AND LIMITED:  Services are made available to entities in qualifying standing that own and control a project determined to be viable, that are of suitable interest to Langenburg.


4)  LANGENBURG IS A SERVICE PROVIDER:  The Project-Based Engagement model positions Langenburg as the sole provider of services to formally engaged End-User Customers.

5)  SOLE VEHICLE FOR ENGAGEMENT – NO PARTNERSHIP:  Langenburg Company Policy is the sole vehicle to formally engage a project. Solicitations for partnerships or any other type of business relationship are not accepted.


6)  FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS:  All financial transactions are processed directly through Langenburg headquarters office in Eugene, Oregon USA, exclusively by arrangement with it's owner and president Prinz Albrecht zu Hohenlohe-Langenburg, in coordination with Langenburg's Director of Projects.


7)  DIRECT ACCESS TO ENGAGEMENT:  Langenburg works directly with the end-user customer.  Solicitations for offers for independent agency are not accepted.


8)  LEASED EQUIPMENT FOR USE – NOT FOR SALE:  Proprietary systems available through use license and long-term equipment lease, are not for sale.  Langenburg does not make any products available for wholesale or retail.  The cost or value of the physical equipment that embody Langenburg core technology, is not disclosed.

9)  VETTING OF PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMER'S INSTALLATION PLATFORM:  The Langenburg Director of Projects is a licensed professional engineer in Germany – the sole contracted party authorized to determine a project's viability to qualify as a feasible platform to host a Langenburg installation, prior to any formal engagement with a prospective customer.


The customer's hosting platform is a site in which the leased equipment from Langenburg can be installed for throughout the term of the lease and use-license.  A business relationship with Langenburg does not make or allow any technology transfer.  Langenburg's unique business model excludes the following:  co-development opportunities; collaborative research and development; investment into IP holdings; co-mingling of the intellectual property aspect of its proprietary technology.  The scope and extent of any business relationship with Langenburg is limited in strict accordance to its company policy – the formally engaged end-user customer may lease and use the equipment supplied for installation and integration at customer's technology hosting platform.  Langenburg's business model enables direct managing control of its intellectual property in order to foster and preserve its availability for ongoing benefit.

11)  READINESS LEVEL OF PROSPECTIVE CUSTOMER'S INSTALLATION PLATFORM:  Present a hosting platform in late-stage development, near-operational, or an existing facility ready to accept a Langenburg systems installation.  The ideal facility is secure and without unencumbered access to Langenburg staff throughout the term of the engagement.  The facility of the hosting platform should be a much as possible, a "plug'n-play" status as possible in order to receive a Langenburg equipment installation. Langenburg also designs and manufactures customized components required for its systems interface (an installation kit).  The projected cost to ready a customer's facility for Langenburg equipment installations should be as minimal as possible, and is subject to negotiation regarding its financing with Langenburg's director of projects.


This website is the most complete public disclosure of Langenburg's proprietary technology.  Unless otherwise arranged and agreed, any public references to systems and projects that are planned to be, or have become dependent upon capabilities enabled by Langenburg's services, must disclose this fact in its public relations campaigns, social media, other published materials, and in any scenario of valuation regarding operations or physical property that is hosting a Langenburg Technologies installation.  Any party making references Langenburg Technologies or Langenburg Research brand, or to any content of this official website will include a direct link to

13)  LANGENBURG PRE-VETTED FOR READINESS & FUNDING:  Funding institutions associated with Langenburg have vetted the scientific basis and readiness level of the core technology, including its applications and its functionality of systems and equipment.  No other funding is accepted for the cost of the custom design, manufacture, delivery, installation and setup at the hosting platform facilities.

14)  PROVIDER-CUSTOMER BILATERAL CONTRACT:  End-User Customer and Provider (Langenburg) enter a bilateral License, Supply, and Services Contract with attached exhibits, such as bankable instruments of security. End-User Customer entities may be a consortium in the form of a special purpose vehicle, and is the owner/controller of the formally engaged project.

15)  BANKABLE INSTRUMENTS OF SECURITY FOR ENGAGEMENT: A formal engagement is secured by bankable instruments such as a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), Water Purchase Agreement (WPA), Waste Remediation Agreement (WRA), Mining Assay (WRA) (click – see Notices of Importance regarding Certifications of Mining Assays).  The Langenburg Feasibility Study (LFS) also serves as certification required with formal engagement.

16) TECHNICAL LIAISON OF PROSPECTIVE CLIENT:  Independent parties submitting a Project Inquiry Form are notified to prepare evidence of corporate authority to legally act on behalf of the owning/controlling entity positioned to become an End-User Client of Langenburg's service provisions.  An end-user is the direct beneficiary of the physical installation of Langenburg proprietary equipment.  Inquiring parties must be the designated technical liaison to Langenburg, with qualifications in fields such as industrial-architectural project development and management, municipal utilities, engineering support, etc...


17)  FINANCIAL QUALIFICATION TO FORMALLY ENGAGE:  Bank-certified proof-of-funds establishing standalone financial clout are required in advance of signing the Langenburg NDA, and for continuance of the formal engagement process.  A Langenburg NDA is signed only by its Receiving Party, may not be used to leverage funding for a prospective client or project hosting platform.

18)  ONE-TIME FLAT ENGAGEMENT FEE AMOUNT:  Large-scale, heavy industrial, community/business developments, municipal, and other high-value projects are preferred for a sufficient return on investment for both the End-User Client and Service Provider (Langenburg).  Given the variable range of proposals, the target fee amount is $5M to $6M USD in accordance to Langenburg Company Policy (refer to company policy details on this page).

19)  REQUIRED LANGENBURG FEASIBILITY STUDY:  Langenburg's lead engineer is the Director of Projects that will complete the required feasibility study; the cost of which may be integrated with the One-Time Flat Engagement Fee in certain cases. After its certification, the feasibility becomes a bankable instrument used in-part to qualify funding for the Langenburg equipment installation.

20)  NO INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY:  Langenburg does not accept investment funding for its corporate operations, existing intellectual property, intellectual property development, or to fund its equipment that is provided under use license and lease agreement.

21) STANDALONE BUSINESS MODEL:  Langenburg's business model is standalone, and cannot be integrated with any other business model introducing non-contractural dependencies.  Key instruments of Langenburg's engagement docket that have modified titles, or additions of any content that introducing an alternative business model, or any other contractual dependency, cannot be accepted into the engagement docket.

22) NON-MUTUAL LANGENBURG NON-DISCLOSURE AGREEMENT:  In order to protect the proprietary nature of the core technology and its embodiments, Langenburg requires signature of its NDA, usually submitted together with Bank-Certified Proof of Funds.  Upon completion of formal engagement, a signature block on the NDA denoting confirmation of receipt, is completed by Langenburg's Director of Projects and returned to the prospective client.


–  Non-compliance of Langenburg Company Policy or Terms for Engagement.

–  Inadequate value proposition of proposed project &/or hosting platform.

–  Issues with physical access to project site property.

–  Submitting engagement documents modified beyond company policy guidlines.

–  Integration of activities imposing upon Langenburg Company Policy.

–  Integration of activities imposing non-contractural obligations to Langenburg.

–  Insufficient information provided in response to Langenburg's queries.

–  Insufficient standalone financial clout or standing to engage.

–  Inactivity during engagement process.

–  Compromising Langenburg's Media Usage Policy.

–  Public claims of partnership or affiliation with, or agency to Langenburg.


Langenburg Systems operates emission-free by synthesizing its own proprietary non-carbon fuel.  This fuel is produced on-demand in an amount necessary to operate on a self-sufficient regenerative basis, and will not be available for use by and End-User Customer for any purpose that is external from Langenburg Systems.


Visits to Langenburg's headquarters, operational facilities or development sites are welcome while actively pursuing engagement in good standing.  Generally, invitations are made after submissions of initial key instruments of the engagement docket including the Letter of Interest or Letter of Intent, Bank-Certified Proof-of-funds, and signed Langenburg NDA.

Visits to Langenburg Facilities
Inquiry Form




Letters of Interest & Intent



After response from Langenburg to a submitted Online Inquiry Form, followup with an Introductory Letter of Interest with:

overview and background of the company/entity/consortium introducing the project


overview of project


overview of project hosting platform  ( site / property / facilities / assays )


initial request for services


description of the project's currently actionable development stage


overview of the parties, company or consortium, regarding position and qualifiers to engage


Submitted after response from Langenburg regarding Introductory Letter of Interest, Bank-Certified Proof-of-Funds, and signed Langenburg NDA.  A Formal Letter of Intent

 precludes formal engagement, with attached:

prospectus of company/entity/consortium proposing the project


background & CVs of principals involved with project


executive summary of proposed project with schematics, maps, photos, diagrams, etc...


financial pro formas


market studies regarding products of the project ( power / water / waste / isolates / formulations )


request for Langenburg's services and project feasibility study


evidence of ownership of project hosting platform ( site / property / facilities / assays )


relevant zoning, land-use, permits, plans, certifications and site controls


disclosure of potential encumbrances, dependencies, property easements, or other challenging factors


statement regarding availability and access to properties and facilities of the project hosting platform

Introductory letters of interest and formal letters of intent are authored upon official letterhead.  Previews of documents are e-mailed to Langenburg, or attached to the Langenburg website messaging thread.  The physical originals must be hand-signed using blue-ink, and delivered to (see link) Langenburg Technologies headquarters in Eugene, OR USA

Engage Upon...




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


Langenburg's synthetic non-carbon fuel is produced exclusively from converted waste, based upon a stable form of hydrogen that exceeds the classification of "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.


An option for a non-carbon fuel is ammonia (NH3).  Ammonia 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 is made from any
wastewater or seawater, overcoming conventional
challenges of hydrogen such as the necessity of:
a clean and low-energy production process;
scalability; liquid stability at ambient temperatures;
gaseous compression, fuel cells, or cyrogenics.

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.



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


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 (renewable) 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 than heat derived from natural gas (methane / ethane / propane / butane).  The latest solution to reduce thermal plant emissions involve retrofits using "Advanced Ultra-SuperCritical" AUSC technology.


In spite of effective remedial options, coal-fired plants

continue to be decommissioned and demolished

under the auspice of compulsory regulations

and political objectives; see CASE STUDY on this site.


Considering the regenerative nature of the solutions available from Langenburg Technologies, a comprehensive model is emerging that our planet's ecological sphere is fundamentally regenerative, self-repairing, self-balancing and therefore a self-sustaining system.


Langenburg technology accelerator services overcome concerns and challenges for renewables using a new and very unconventional approach of applied quantum-biohydrodynamics and electrodynamics –– positioned as a new platform of waste-to-energy and waterworks technology for self-sustainable heavy industry and civil infrastructure.

Langenburg Technologies



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 using the

core technology applications of Langenburg Systems.


CO2's role in the planet's carbon cycle has now been considered by the US EPA as pollution.  Elemental carbon naturally occurs as carbon-12 comprising ≈99% of the universe's carbon content; while carbon-13 exists as ≈1% of universal volume, with the remainder as carbon-14. Carbon is a key element required for life.  Ozone (O3) has also been classified as a pollutant, however it is actually vital component of Earth's ionosphere, and emitted during thunderstorm activity producing a clean, fresh "bleach-like" aroma.  Environmental ozone also expedites a sanitizing effect, providing a free-radical acceleration to the oxidation process that is responsible for degradation of matter.  Reactive oxygen as O3, produces rust on bare metals exposed to the air over long periods of time.


The term greenhouse gas commonly attributed to global warming, actually refers to the agricultural use of 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 that accelerate plant growth beyond conventional CO2 injection alone.  LT Systems can produce valuable liquid carbon fertilizers and enriched soil products that are vital to industrial agriculture.


Popular narratives have brought attention to CO2,

highlighting its actual biological purpose as one

of the fundamental enabler of life systems, and

its role for ecological regeneration, notably

its vital importance as a photosynthetic catalyst.

Gaseous CO2 and liquid carbons are plant fertilizers.

Elementary academics explains that carbon is the basis of life, and that CO2 is a necessary component of the planet's carbon cycle, a trace gas comprising 0.03%-0.04% of the atmosphere's volume to activate photosynthesis in plants in which oxygen is the byproduct. It has become common to cite elemental carbon existing as CO2, however each are differentiable with varying physical properties and roles in biology and environment.


Recent global surface imagery reveals the "leaf area index" by the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (Terra/MODIS) on NASA’s Terra and Aqua satellites mapping land masses covered by green fauna.  The total greenness of the plant is animated by chlorophyll pigment resulting from photosynthesis, a quantum-bioregenerative process recently acknowledged to balance and stabilize global trace C02 levels.  Planetary greenness by photosynthesis depends on sufficient CO2, while producing atmospheric oxygen ~ an ultimate "green deal".  Photosynthetic biomechanisms affect leaf-gas exchange properties linked to proliferation of the plant kingdom – including aspects of biometabolism.  Discounting human interference, there is theoretically no limit (although many presentations are contrary) to the propensity greenness to increase by atmospheric CO2.


Current initiatives involving C02 as a pollutant, suggest to eradicate atmospheric CO2 by implementation of industrial carbon capture systems.  CO2 in the technology space can be harvested for various uses including CO2-to-formate fuel cells.


More research is needed to differentiate interactivity between CO2 and infrared light radiation to Earth from the sun, specifically regarding its coefficient of absorption, versus its coefficients of optical scattering properties, and reflection coefficient, its refraction index, and its ability to polarize infrared light. The quantum resonance of CO2 matches the infrared spectral range, suggesting that it is capable of converting infrared wave energy into mechanical force that in some situation can either reduce or provide a hysteresis effect (temporal redistribution of heat).  For this reason, CO2's is used as a common gain medium within IR laser applications.  A temporal redistribution of heat would provide obvious benefits to what could be a more dramatic surface temperature differential between day and night.

This system is complex.


Artificial manipulation to Earth's natural atmospheric trace gas balance may induce long-term ecological impacts to the carbon cycle, with implications to fertility of the global plant kingdom and food supply and potential disturbance to the balance of Earth's biosphere.


Therefore Langenburg provides a practical solution to end all emissions of toxic pollution, while recognizing the environment's biochemistry, especially in regards to elemental carbon and molecular carbon dioxide that enable and sustain all life and biological systems.


See more info below – regarding Langenburg Systems

production of carbon compounds, industrial carbon

dioxide (such as supercritical C02), agricultural liquid

carbon products, and many enriched fertile soil mixtures.



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 and 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, liquid carbon is key to increasing the available organic carbon that greatly enhances fertility of ground soil.  Liquid carbon application to ground soil acts as a primary aliphatic precursor to its humic content to enrich microbiome and corresponding CO2-binding potential.  Aside from damaging eruptions, volcanic ash fallout provides similar biofunctionality of high-carbon, and is a mineral-rich fertilizer of long known benefit to ground fauna, and to ocean-based plankton.


Langenburg systems are configurable to produce

rich liquid carbon products for agriculture used to

greatly enhance ground soil's fertility, and to

accelerate the productivity of farming operations.

Liquid carbon is currently valued at ≈$33/gal,

useful to increase soil's "carbon footprint", providing

benefits similar in potency to natural volcanic ash, the benefits

of seasonal farm ground burns, that are increasingly

banned in concept and application 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.



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 Systems

is the only viable regenerative, clean alternative to

renewable power derived from wind and solar farms.




Because a Langenburg Waste-to-Energy Plant uses an advanced proprietary hydrodynamic process to separate/extract the pure clean water component from any wastewater, it can completely replace any typical municipal wastewater treatment plant. Municipal potable water can be purified to an extent that any pollutive components will be rendered chemically non-detectable by lab test.  A basic Langenburg waste-to-energy and waterworks plant can also be used to desalinate ocean water and convert the salts to energy, and to harvest medical-grade salts and other valuable materials from this intake.



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Langenburg is positioned to create the future of civil infrastructure by emerging a completely new core tech

platform solving the most complex challenges

for heavy industrial systems – applications

ranging from municipal utility services, and

most any heavy 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.





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.  It is preferred that a Langenburg-performed certification material samples taken from the subject mine serve as a supplemental certification, and can be used in cases in which the entity seeking engagement with Langenbudrg does not know the speciation of the mine's material sample.


Parties having submitted a Letter of Interest, mining samples may be supplied for a Langenburg-performed lab assay for verification of recoverable components.



This website is the exclusive portal for all inquiries; the only authorized public disclosure currently available regarding Langenburg's proprietary technology. Operations are directed solely from its global headquarters in Eugene Oregon USA.



Langenburg's vision, mission and solutions often align with motivations appealing to environmental concerns that have been responsible for implementation of public and corporate policies on regional, state, and national levels.


Note any advertisements and claims asserting environmental solutions that may actually be dependent on Langenburg's solutions, but without due disclosures until a potential deal is made that can be exploits for capital investments and other kinds of financial offerings.


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

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