Sustainable Technologies/​Future Energy

We have developed technologies to capture and process plastics from the open ocean and rivers. Our technology is unique in that it is minimally invasive, which is a very important aspect of working in the ecologies needed to be cleaned. As an added benefit, the captured carbons,

My creation for the future design is a tree generator system that generates electricity Through kinetic movement and wind generating from windy weather conditions and light winds. This new tech is effective when there’s no solar energy from the sun.

Solar fixation of nitrogen and hydrogen is a means to make local producers independent of price movements in oil commodities.  It allows producers to add nitrogen to their farm systems in a gaseous form in the ppm levels which increases yields as well the overall health of the farm.

A dual pitch counter rotating blade dual motor generator system comprises coaxially fitted shafts connected to two mechanically separate motor generators allowing for smooth operation resulting the cancelling effects of opposing moments of the counter rotating systems.

Electricity access for Africa is just over 40%. This means that over 640 million Africans lack access to electricity. For the ones who do, it is usually unstable. Lack of electricity access results in huge economic losses. In Nigeria alone,

Using the ground water for daily work may reduce the cost. Need a better way to pump water to high elevations. Reciprocating wind powered water pump worked,

1st Picture FIG 29: Hydraulic ram (hydram) is a cyclic water pump powered by hydropower that requires no outside source of power other than the kinetic energy of flowing water 701.

Inlet drive pipe 701, Free flow at waste valve 702, Outlet delivery pipe 703, Waste valve 704, Delivery

Valve leaks are one of industry’s most critical problems, impacting the environment, safety, and finances of end users. Valve leaks account for 60% of Fugitive Emissions, defined as rogue emissions not anticipated or routed through normal exhaust vents or smokestacks. 80% of valve leaks occur at the stem seal.

1st Picture: FIG 2 illustrates a side view of water waves 1 forcing a float 2 up and down reciprocating a Scotch Yoke mechanism 12 that is forced into motion by the water waves 1 moving under a floating structure 2 connected to the reciprocating motion mechanism comprised of:

1st Picture: Multiplying Hydroelectric Dam’s Water Forces Many Times To Generate Electricity
ZERO-Carbon Goals Of Governments Can Be Reached. Battery Replacement Option.

2nd Picture: Hydroelectric Dam Turbines (Left) divide water up into 16-Liquid-Units between 16-Blades,

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