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  • Global IoT-E commerce - Demand Response

  • Netzero - Energy Efficiency and on site power generation

  • Hybrid Renewable Energy Development with E Storage

  • Smart Cities Development

  • Resilient Sustainability Solution

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Netzero Energy-Deep Carbon Emission Reduction:

Mission statement: 

Minimize the environment impact that causes climate change.  Heal the earth by using clean energy and maximizing energy efficiency on houses, buildings and transportations that produce green house gas emissions which are harmful to the environment. By implementing netzero energy initiative, it not only heals the earth but also saves the bottom line. 



  • Energy Consumers:

Local clean energy Supply (Solar, wind, fuel cell, microturbine CHP, Energy storage, Hybrids) - Energy Efficient Local Energy Demand = Net zero energy from Utility power generators which generate green house gas which is harmful to the climate change. 

  • Utilities:

DER (Distributed Energy Resources) + SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Aquisition) + Smart Grid (2 way energy networks that can automatically monitor energy flows and adjust to changes in energy supply and demand accordingly) = Improvement in the efficiency, reliability , economics, and sustainability of the production and distribution of electricity. 

  • Case studies:
  1. The Santa Rita Jail in Dublin, California has an on-site photovoltaic system that produces 1.18 megawatts, giving $15 million in net savings over the 25-year life of the project.
  2. The Shop 'n' Save supermarket chain has installed base load generators at almost a dozen of its grocery stores, avoiding $40,000 in losses per day in the event of a power outage.
  3. A police station in New York's Central Park bought a fuel cell to run its electronic crime-fighting equipment, saving $200,000 over the cost of a line upgrade.


  • Energy supply technology development:
  1. Significant reduction in solar photovoltaic power production capital cost (from $10/W to $0.7/W)

In about 10 U.S. states the cost of solar power is now at “grid parity” with other forms of electricity generation, and about 20 states will be at that level within two years.

The International Energy Agency said that solar energy could be the most important source of electricity by 2050, thanks to the declining cost of photovoltaic cells. Photovoltaic systems could generate 16 per cent of global power by then. Currently, solar supplies about one half of 1 per cent of the world’s electricity.

  • Energy demand efficiency technology development:
  1. Energy efficient transportation.
  2. Improve energy efficiency in homes, buildings, power plants, and any facilities that emit GHG.