Love Our Oceans

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Love Our Oceans

Surfrider KG Interview

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

The earth is covered by 70% water mostly oceans. Oceans are beautiful and essential to life here on earth. The oceans not only create a large amount of oxygen that we breathe and provide fish and other food that we eat it helps to cool our planet. Apart from the “PRACTICAL” benefit of the oceans you can NOT underestimate the value of the beauty of the oceans and all of the sea life.

Genergy technology applications are being designed to IMPROVE the ocean ecosystems by putting renewable energy power plants and desalination plants underwater in deep offshore underwater installations.

Desalination is a fantastic way to provide a large infusion of drinking water to ease the global shortage. Genergy technology is designed to desalinate underwater using our renewable energy technology but also to do it in a way that does not damage the marine ecosystem where the facility resides. How is this possible?

We have relied on the scientific study by experts in California, the comments by the government of the State of California, and listened to the concern of environmental advocacy groups like the Surfrider Foundation.

The 3 main ways Genergy Technology IMPROVES the environment are the way we mitigate the concerns of environmentalists;

  1. Energy from the grid causes pollution. Desalination requires exorbitant amounts of energy. We generate our own electricity without any emissions or pollution.
  2. “Impingement” or “Entrapment”; killing or injuring marine life by sucking them into the water intake; is eliminated by burying and hiding intake so zero fish die.
  3. Extremely salty water called Brine is NOT distributed back into the ocean. Brine has been known to damage marine ecosystems closer into shore. We are miles offshore in deep water but we also do NOT DISCHARGE BRINE.

There is much more to how we avoid damaging the environment. More importantly are the ways we plan on using electric power to expand offshore restocking of fish populations and support research into marine biology with practically unlimited access to electricity for Remote Operated Vehicles “ROV”s.


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