Comerton Corp. Launches New Corporate Website Highlighting Automatic Balancing and Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Technologies
PINELLAS PARK, FL. – Comerton Corp. (OTC PINK: COCM ) (the “Company” or “Comerton”), a wind energy technology development company, is pleased to announce it has launched a new website at www.comertoncorp.com highlighting the Company’s business and operations.
The website provides in-depth information regarding Company’s Automatic Balancing Technology (“ABT”) and Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Technology (“VAWT”), including a detailed ABT Assessment Report and an outline of the proprietary Comerton wind turbine utilizing ABT currently under development.
“This website will provide our partners, stakeholders, potential investors, and the general public with the most up-to-date information regarding our proprietary Automatic Balancing Technology and our next-generation vertical axis wind turbine design incorporating ABT,” commented Rod Egan, President, and CEO of Comerton Corp. “The expanded content provides a more complete picture of the strengths of our innovative designs, detailed technical features, and highlights the enormous business opportunity we are targeting for ABT in wind power, electric motors, and generators. We encourage all interested parties to visit the website to better understand why we are so excited about the future of Comerton.”
The Company’s proprietary Automatic Balancing Technology is a mechanical device used to automatically balance the high-speed rotating parts of a wind turbine to produce less vibration, resulting in more energy efficient operation, reduced noise emissions, greater power output, lower maintenance costs and less mechanical wear.
For more information, visit www.comertoncorp.com.
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