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May 2011
Centereach, NY

Green Energy Research, Inc is moving its Engineering and Product Development teams to the Senor CAT ( Laboratory of Optoelectronic Sensors) facility located on the Stony Brook campus of the State University of NY. We are looking forward to a long and fruitful collaboration with the Sensor CAT that will focus on development of new sensors, software and educational kits which will bring to the forefront of American Education the "inquiry based learning" and the process of Engineering.

These new products and many others will be commercialized through the website www.greenenergyresearch.com and directly to K-12 schools, community colleges and universities.

For additional information, please contact Nick Yaron/Business Development at 516-446-5513.

June, 2010
Centereach, NY
Green Energy Research, Inc. announces the release of its NEW, innovative USB powered FLOW SENSOR Utilizing Honeywell micro bridge technology, this MASS FLOW SENSOR is available calibrated for AIR, HYDROGEN, OXYGEN and NITROGEN.

It is powered from any USB port and offers repeatability and hysteresis of +/- 1% of reading max. over a range of 0 to 1,000 Sccm.

June, 2010
Centereach, NY

Green Energy Research, Inc. announces that it will exhibit at the 2010 New Jersey Science Convention this coming October 12 and 143h.

The products on display will be the innovative, educational module teaching labs dedicated to ALTERNATIVE ENERGY.

A hydrogen Fuel Cell module, a Wind Generator module and a Solar module will be shown. All modules come equipped with easy to use data acquisition and control software GERPRO™ that accommodates up to 24 sensors.

All sensors provided utilize USB connectors and are powered directly from the laptop or PC.

A variety of sensors are available, from voltage and current to pressure, gas flow, and relative humidity.

A common component to all lab modules is an innovative USB controlled electronic load rated at 75 Watts enabling clear demonstration of the various effects of varying loads on the performance of fuel cells, wind generators and solar panel systems.

The labs are fully documented with teacher’s manuals and student workbooks.

June, 2010
Centereach, NY
Green Energy Research, Inc. announces the release of its NEW, innovative USB powered FLOW SENSOR Utilizing Honeywell micro bridge technology, this MASS FLOW SENSOR is available calibrated for AIR, HYDROGEN, OXYGEN and NITROGEN. It is powered from any USB port and offers repeatability and hysteresis of +/- 1% of reading max. over a range of 0 to 1,000 Sccm. Green Energy Research, Inc. has been conducting research and development of devices in the field of alternative energy sources since 2004. Your browser may not support display of this image.

November, 2009
Centereach, NY
Green Energy Research, Inc. announces the release of its NEW, innovative WIND GENERATOR KIT.

Consisting of a S-type wind generator by MILWIND LLC, and the innovative electronic load, EL02, additional air speed, air temperature and humidity and RPM sensors, it enable the study of the wind generator systems under variable loads.

The electronic load and all sensors are plug & play USB enabled, with full control via GERPRO™ or GERLite™ software.

The electronic load and all sensors are designed for the educational market, for use with fuel cells, solar panels and wind generators. Green Energy Research, Inc. has been conducting research and development of devices in the field of alternative energy sources since 2004.

October, 2009
Centereach, NY


Green Energy Research, Inc. announces the release of its NEW, innovative SOLAR PANEL KIT.

Consisting of a 9 Watt CONCENTRATOR SOLAR PANEL and the innovative electronic load, EL02 it enable the study of the solar photovoltaic systems under variable loads.

The electronic load features a USB port, full control via GERPRO™ software, voltage and current sensing eliminating the need for external voltage and current sensors.

The electronic load is designed for the educational market, for use with fuel cells, solar panels and wind generators.