Sustainable Technologies/Future Energy
Patent No. US 7,843,099 B2
For installations where flows are regulated, the Hollow Hydroelectric Generator™ provides a more efficient and compact means for generating electricity than do other designs. The Hollow Hydroelectric Generator™ itself is an extension of the previously introduced Hollow Turbine,
Patent No. US 8,080,913 B2
Constructed from stainless steel or composite carbon fibers with a titanium veneer, this award winning turbine design effectively captures the kinetic energy available off our coastlines and inland waterways. As seen in this partial diagram,
The Other Hydrogen Economy™ and 3D Precision Irrigation™ are competent means for supplying Renewable Water, Power, and Agriculture.™
The Other Hydrogen Economy™ uses renewable energy to extract hydrogen from seawater, or from other sources, via electrolysis and transforms it into electricity and potable water.
New Use for the Self-Winding Generator
Patent No. US 7,127,886 B2
In-A-Nutshell: solar-thermal energy is transformed into electricity and used to electrolyze ocean water into hydrogen that is later combined with atmospheric oxygen to provide potable water and electricity,
This means of energy storage captures excess electric power from renewable sources, or from the grid, with an electric motor / generator and stores that energy with a mechanically connected energy storage spring. When the stored electric power is required,
Keyed BricksTM require no fasteners, no cement or no training. Keyed Bricks are a high-tech shell filled with low-tech recycled plastic waste that increases its strength. It is engineered for a decentralized manufacturing process using local resources.
Retired wind turbines routinely end up in the waste stream. Current efforts to divert the trash towards other uses include creating playground structures, or grinding the composite materials into pellets to reuse as aggregate in future composite structures.
Create a returnable plastics lottery system where reverse vending machines are used as "slot machines" (https://youtu.be/I2C7GjP1fGs) and where any (authorized) plastic item could be deposited and where only very occasionally would the depositor win a (relatively) large dollar amount prize.
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