Monthly Archives: March 2015

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Houston Green Energy Hi Rise Power Plant

Houston, TX will be the site of the 1st Land Based Genergy technology power plant.

The 12-Story steel-construction Hi-Rise will look like most other Skyscrapers.

The difference will be that in the center of the building a 120′ tall column of water will have a tank on the top floor above and a tank on the bottom floor below.

Inside the column of water large floating balls that weigh 12,000 pounds out of the water will be generating electricity as they float upwards…and then they will make the trip down to the bottom falling in an air silo as the falling balls generate more electricity.

The 10 MW power plant will appear to the neighbor businesses like any other building.

The power plant will serve the industrial park tenants up some inexpensive electricity at a good discount.

There won’t be any smoke or steam; there won’t be any fuel tankers or loads of coal; no hazardous materials placards; or warnings about flammable liquids.

Why?

This will be the newest God’s Energy model of hydroelectric generators!

Good bye Smog! Hello inexpensive Green Energy!


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Pressure and Energy

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It requires energy to compress air in order to equalize the pressure inside the hull.

When you use air as a pump or to run a tool, the air is Kinetic energy.

When you have air pressure inside of a tank, its Potential energy.

Genergy LLC uses air to pump water outside of an airlock so it leaves the hull.

Genergy LLC recovers the energy that was used and puts it back into the tank.

Because Genergy LLC is able to recover the Potential energy from the airlock, it only uses 30% of the energy, that it used when it first compressed the air.

This results in an energy savings of 70%.

From that 70% of the energy that we are able to save, 50% of that energy is turned into electricity.

This is how we are able to satisfy the laws of Thermodynamics.

In the mathematical model you can see that the power required to compress air lowers with a higher inlet pressure.

Click here to see the Required Power


"The SPG (Submerged Power Generator) is definitely an innovative hydroelectric device worthy of their approval and should be used by all the utility companies, not just in California but in the entire United States.”