Monthly Archives: October 2018

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Aquaculture Jobs – Fish & Plants for the 21st Century

Aquaculture is defined online as; “the rearing of aquatic animals or the cultivation of aquatic plants for food.”

Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (“RAS”) facilities are the newest most advanced facilities designed to be built on land.   

Universities like Texas A&M and Virginia Tech University  are 2 of many institutions in America that have been doing research on aquaculture for decades. Aquaculture higher paying jobs are increasing and expanding geographically now
that RAS facilities enable fish to be farmed in areas away from lakes and oceans.

“Job Outlook “

According to the SeaGrant program at the University of Connecticut, aquaculture is the fastest growing segment of the entire animal production industry.

 

In fact, the aquaculture industry is credited with pulling in over $100 billion per year in sales worldwide. There are well over 4,000 aquaculture farms in the United States alone.”

Pump manufacture Pentair has an Aquaculture division that built a Showcase Facility in the Old Schmidt Brewery Building in Minnesota, WI and recently built another facility in the United States with Ideal Fish.

Cities , states and regions that include Genergy Technology, aquaculture and vertical indoor farming in their economic development strategy will see increase in their local economy.


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Vertical Indoor Farming VIF – An Economic Engine

Vertical Indoor Farming “VIF” – An Economic Engine              

Vertical Indoor Farming is 21st Century High-Tech Farming that uses indoor facilities and special lighting to grow healthier plants much faster because the weather is not able to control the growing time.  (Vertical Farming or World Agriculture )

Land and water are saved by building UP instead of using more ground space and by putting a roof on top so water does not evaporate but recirculates over and over again. The only water that leaves the farm is in your Organic, fresh, juicy fruits and vegetables!

Pesticides are not necessary because pests are not allowed in with the plants.

Labor costs are higher but transportation costs are lower.

Instead of picking plants early so they can be loaded on ships and sent to distributors, who send them to markets, fruits and vegetables are picked and able to be purchased and eaten in the SAME DAY.

Distribution is local first. Food is eaten local first. Jobs are local first. Drivers drive a few miles instead of thousands to deliver food to markets and restaurants. Grow local. Work local. Benefit the economy — LOCAL.  (Agrilyst Report 2017)

Temporary Jobs – Building the facilities. Permanent Jobs – Growing, picking, and delivering plants.

Genergy Technology reduces the cost of facilities by aggregating space for our power plants with Vertical Indoor Farming and Aquaculture to reduce the expense and share infrastructure to our economic advantage.

When is YOUR community going to have a God’s Energy Facility?


"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.”