West Chester, PA, December 15, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- GFS Corp, Weston, FL. Master Distributor for GTI-Altronic Bi-Fuel Systems appoints Pennsylvania Power Corporation, West Chester, PA. the dealership of the GTI-Altronic Bi-Fuel product line for Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland.
The GTI-Altronic Bi-Fuel product allows the use of the cleaner natural gas fuel in a compression diesel engines providing significant fuel cost savings and reduced exhaust emissions. The product has gained the national attention of critical load facilities such as hospital trauma centers, computer data centers, research & pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities by extending the run time of emergency generator sets up to 300%. Publix’s supermarkets installed over 600 systems on 500KW new Caterpillar generator sets to protect food spoilage and maintain point-of-sale operations during emergencies as one of GTI-Altronic’s major endorsements for the reliability and affordability of the bi-Fuel product. Drilling operations have been using GTI-Altronic Bi-Fuel Systems for years in continuous use benefiting from the cost savings, lower maintenance and now emergency generator users are seeing the products important use. GTI-Altronic has over 3000 systems in operation today.
GFS Corp’s Director of Sales Lanny Slater states that Pennsylvania Power Corporation has the experience and determination to bring the product to market in the northeast. They have the technical knowledge to apply and install the product and we are delighted to have them as part of our team.
Pennsylvania Power Corporation spokesperson David Reilly Executive Vice President comments that "We are very excited to represent the GTI-Altronic line under GFS Corp. As I like to say 'the GTI-Altronic is a product that really delivers and the GFS people are terrific to work with.' The product use applies today more than any time ever. Diesel fuel is 5 X the average cost of natural gas and is a great solution to peak shaving, demand response and extending the run time of diesel fuel tanks by up to 300%. The response from emergency generator set users and natural gas distribution companies has been phenomenal. In just the past 2 months we have over 2 dozen applications in the works totaling more than 86,000 KW and we expect 2012 to be a banner year for us."
GFS Corp. has been a leader in Bi-Fuel development and conversion for stationary and mobile applications. For additional information about GFS Corp: http://www.gfs-corp.net
Pennsylvania Power Corporation has been a provider of electric power generation systems covering new and pre-owned reciprocating and turbine power plants. For more information on Pennsylvania Power Corporation contact David Reilly at 484-716-0385 or visit their web site at: www.pennpowercorp.com