By harnessing the cooling water potential from the hydroelectric dams in Arizona, we can double the electric capacity at the dams and replace coal-fired power plants with my Hydraulic Engine technology
A case study on how to start developing my technology in Buckeye, Arizona. The Palo Verde Desalting facility will also have a hydrogen production plant built on the property. This project will provide much needed diversity to the Arizona water supply and start providing hydrogen fuel for a sustainable future.
The aquifer under the town of Buckeye, Arizona is massive but too salty for human consumption. We can desalt the water and provide fresh clean water to farming companies in the area, and to the city for population expansion.
Explaining to the ACC how my technology can be used in Arizona for Water and Power projects.
Brian Hageman's message to energy regulators, "Listen to Science!" Regulators got it wrong banning clean nuclear power and caused the world's climate change crisis.
My discussion on how the Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station in Arizona can last 200 years.
A detailed study on exactly how to break up the electric utility monopolies into community micro-grids.
The Hydraulic Engine basic fundamentals explained including the new calibration table being tested at ASU.
The weight-lifting calibration table that provided basic scalable engineering data.
In-house testing of my Freon compressor
Two years of testing the successful crude oil pump using geothermal energy at the Department of Energy Oilfield Testing Center at Teapot Dome, north of Casper, Wyoming
Footage of the water pumping testing conducted in Phoenix, Arizona
A look inside the Freon testing
A look inside the crude oil pump
Testing of the Hydraulic Engine for use in desalting with the Department of Interior Yuma Desalination Lab in Arizona.