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2016 World Premier Demonstration

20160204 Demo Right View 80 feet up seems high when you are looking down but it is very small compared to The Washington Monument, Eifel Tower, or The Burj Khalifa.

Did you know that when you drop something from 80 feet up it will hit the ground in 2.23 seconds?  Imagine dropping a 154 lb. ball filled with water from 80 feet up; Would that make a mess?  Leave a mark?  Cause an accident?

Imagine the 154 lb. balls dropping from 80 feet up every half second; 1, 2, 3, 4,…continuously…Can you see it?

How do we get those 154 lb. balls back up to the top to drop again?

Stay tuned…


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Houston Genergy, LLC, Barra Blue Associates

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Genergy, LLC has teamed with BBA (aka Barra Blue Associates) to build a 12-Floor High Rise Vertical Fish Farm.

BBA has won many awards internationally and in their home country Australia.  The “EPA Water wise Achievement 2004” is particularly important as we seek to limit the amount of water in and out of the facility.  The Fish Species Selection BBA recommends is supported by their numerous project success stories in different countries around the world.

In addition to the expertise in profitable healthy environmentally friendly fish farming BBA is led by a seasoned architect Geoff Orpin.  Mr. Orpin will work closely with local architects and construction companies to develop the project quickly, safely, and with the lowest possible cost.The USA is growing in both the quantity of fish being farmed using Recirculating Aquaculture Systems (“RAS”) and in the type of (species) fish they harvest.  Barramundi is one of the species that Barrablue has experience with.

In Massachusetts, another company, Australis has done a fantastic work promoting Barramundi.  Their marketing and sales has improved the US appetite for Asian Sea Bass as evidenced by the robust sales at www.thebetterfish.com. 

Houston, TX is growing at a very high rate.  People in Houston are also growing in their appreciation for different types of seafood, protein, and organic healthy fruits and vegetables.  The assortment of “Farm To Table” fish and produce fits nicely into Houston’s push to stay “Lean AND Nice” (apart from their NFL Team).

The Houston Aquaculture Team is conducting market research in conjunction with local agencies, potential commercial customers, and fishery experts to determine the mix between Kale, Lettuce, Peppers, Kohlrabi, Sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Basil, and other fruits and vegetables as well as the percentage of Striped Sea Bass, Barramundi Asian Sea Bass, Tilapia, Trout, and Salmon Houstonians will prefer to purchase.

What is certain to all is that the “Whole World Is Watching To See When Genergy, LLC Renewable Energy Will Change Agriculture To Provide More Fresh Healthy Food”.


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