TUALATIN, Ore., Dec. 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- CUI Global, Inc. (NASDAQ: CUI), a platform company dedicated to the acquisition, development, and commercialization of new, innovative products and technologies, today announced it has received a purchase order from Energy Measurement Consulting LLC (EMC), its North American distributor based in Houston, Texas, for 150 Vergence® GasPT2 Devices.
CUI Global's President & CEO, William J. Clough, stated, "This purchase order from EMC demonstrates their confidence in the Vergence product and their ability to sell the device."
EMC is introducing the Vergence product at POWER-GEN International, being held in Orlando, Florida from December 11 th through the 13 th. The POWER-GEN International trade show is dedicated to providing the power generation industry with networking, new product introduction, "problem-solving" seminars and more.Recognized as one of the top 200 largest tradeshows in the U.S., POWER-GEN International includes over 1,200 exhibiting companies and more than 20,000 qualified power generation professionals. It is an internationally recognized showcase for products and services such as controls and instrumentation systems for the Natural Gas Turbine Industry. For more information, please visit www.power-gen.com. As explained by EMC's president, Brian McKenzie, "This initial purchase order coupled with our appearance at POWER-GEN International will allow us to present and deliver the GasPT2 device to the world's largest, most influential gas turbine manufacturers and operators all in one venue. We are very confident that these industry professionals will immediately recognize the value of this unique technology." "The purchase order from EMC demonstrates the company's continuing effort to penetrate the natural gas market with what we believe is a 'sea change' technology," Clough continued. "Our Vergence GasPT2 metering device allows the natural gas operator/producer to manage changing gas quality in 'real-time' with a device (the GasPT2) that is cheaper, faster, more efficient, almost maintenance-free, and just as accurate as currently available technologies," Clough concluded.