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Invest in Hydro Wind Energy, Inc.

Game-changing innovations in offshore wind power and seawater desalination

Highlights

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🏆 World Economic Forum, Top 100 startups
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🚀 Omni: low-cost, clean offshore power and energy storage
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⛵️ SubSea RO Wind: wind-powered low-cost seawater desalination
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🌊 QuenchSea: portable, low cost, hand-powered seawater desalination device
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🤝 Partnered with Techstars, Amazon Clean Energy Accelerator, & more
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🤩 Featured in Wired, Business Insider, Euronews, Engineering, & 30+ more
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💰 $57 million signed commitment from an investor, if we achieve an IPO (not guaranteed)
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📝 3 Granted patents

Our Team


ENERGY

There is a global need for clean, affordable and secure energy. The global energy market is currently sized at $6 trillion, and energy demand is expected to grow by one-third by 2040. The world still sources 87% of its energy from fossil fuels.

Many of the environmental problems the world faces today—including climate change, ocean acidification, droughts, extreme weather, carbon emissions, and air pollution—are all a direct result of our dependence on fossil fuels.

The world needs to transition to renewables; but, the main problem with conventional renewables is that they have failed to outcompete with fossil fuels on cost, scalability, power and energy density. In addition, they are either intermittent, variable or both and no cost effective energy storage solution has been found to absorb the volatility of renewables or to dispatch them on demand.

This technology opens up the ability to exploit offshore wind power in deep waters at significantly reduced cost, compared to conventional wind turbines, offshore floating wind, or evolving marine and kite energy technologies.

Current wind turbines are unable to access offshore wind in deep waters, and are limited to shallow waters of no more than 60m depth and heights of 150m. In addition, wind turbines convert the wind directly to electrical energy, giving a low conversion efficiency of 35% with variable power and energy output.

In contrast, we use vertical axis rotors solely to provide mechanical power to lift, altering the buoyancy of a submerged pressure vessel and fully absorbing the volatility of winds from 4m/s right up to 40 m/s. Water flooding into an empty pressure vessel at sea depth is used to generate electricity through a hydroelectric turbine (similar to hydro power). This in comparison gives a hydro-electrical conversion efficiency of 90% with the added benefit of energy storage and on-demand dispatchable power—the two missing links to a future powered by renewables.

Our technology is a combination of a form of pumped hydro storage and wind power—a hybrid system that combines wind and subsea energy storage. It uses the same principles as pumped hydro storage; but, instead of using a dam, we are using sea depth, individual pressure vessels, and subsea pressure to obtain the same results using a hydroelectric turbine.

This technology has the potential to be a game changer for the 21st century—in terms of developing a renewable energy system that can outcompete fossil fuels on power density, energy density, cost and scalability, while also providing dispatchable and reliable power generation to the grid. In addition, it's ultimately wind power, which eliminates carbon emissions entirely from power production.

This technology can rapidly accelerate the transition to renewables and worldwide electrification, thereby lowering the cost of energy and increasing security of supply. The main objective is to provide unsubsidised reliable electrical energy. The technology is extremely disruptive from the current state of the art, yet utilises existing and proven technology in a new area.

Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.

                                             WATER

Currently, 40% of the world’s population live in water-stressed areas. This number is expected to increase to 50% by 2025, with 1.8 billion people living with absolute water scarcity. The world population is expected to grow from 7.9 billion in 2022 to 9.9 billion in 2050, adding tremendous risks of water stress.

Along with other megatrends, such as urbanization, modern agriculture and industrialization, human activities have multiplied demands for water consumption. Water contamination from industrial production, and extreme weather (droughts and floods) due to climate change, also put our very limited water resources in danger.

*Based on internal assessments 

Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
*Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
*Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
*Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
*Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.

                                                    QUENCHSEA

Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
Forward-looking projections are not guaranteed.
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