Category Archives: Environment

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Electric Cars & Electricity

Car&DriverHybridElectricHave you noticed the rise of Hybrid and Electric automobiles?

Have you asked yourself; “Where do they get the electricity?”  An electric car runs on batteries charged with electricity.

A hybrid car runs on gasoline and batteries charged with electricity.  A hybrid has the advantage of being able to use the gasoline powered engine to move if the batteries run out of charge.

Both Hybrid and Electric Vehicles use “Regenerative Breaking” so that when you slow down or brake the motor RE-charges the battery by running backwards.

The motor transforms into a generator to fill the battery back up.

But, both vehicles also have Charge Sockets where the operators “Plug In” to recharge the batteries.

Operators use electricity that is generated by some other fuel such as Coal, Natural Gas, Nuclear, and even Wind or Solar power plants.

Wouldn’t it be nice to know that the Electric Car or Hybrid Vehicle that you are driving is charged with God’s Energy without ANY fossil fuels being used and without any emissions into the atmosphere?  Thanks to the USEPA “Green Power Equivalency Calculator Methodologies” website page you have access to information.

Using an average sized Genergy, LLC power plant we will be able to replace 3,808,651 metric tons CO2/power plant with 0 “Zero” metric tons CO2/power plant

Does that sound like a fair trade?


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Kurt Grossman Radio Interview On Environmental Directions Radio With Nancy Pearlman

blue-sea1Nancy Pearlman has been a Leader and Champion of Ecology and The Environment for decades.  Ms. Pearlman has hosted a radio show called, Environmental Directions Radio Series that is a nationally syndicated program environmental enthusiasts over 20-years.

Kurt Grossman was interviewed by Nancy Pearlman to present the case for “Underwater Hydroelectric Power Generation” to people who care about wildlife, oppose pollution, and who enjoy nature on a regular basis.

You can listen to the interview online.

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Genergy, LLC Technology Protects Oceans Generating Electricity Underwater

Genergy, LLC uses the acronym “AIRPAC”.  The “C” in AIRPAC stands for “Clean”.

A nonprofit organization named “The Surfrider Foundation” has a passion for Clean Oceans.

InterviewSeveral years ago Dr. Chad Nelsen interviewed Kurt Grossman to find out why Mr. Grossman had a passion to see Genergy, LLC technology installed in oceans to generate electricity.

Genergy, LLC is committed to delivering renewable energy that not only protects our oceans but eliminates air pollution.

The interview link: http://www.surfrider.org/coastal-blog/entry/ocean-energy-interview-with-kurt-grossman-of-genergy


"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.”