To develop a low cost, fish safe, hydro turbine capable of being mass produced and placed in rivers, ocean currents and tidal currents to capture kinetic energy from the water to produce 100,000 watts of electricity per generator. Dozens of design innovations incrementally produce a revolutionary cost reduction while using proven manufacturing techniques.
Working with over a dozen countries, Universities and National Labs all over the world we are creating global solutions, for local power needs, with a team of experts, ready to power your world.
Renewable Energy Like Never Before
Cents Per Kilowatt Hour
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$ Billion Per Year
Near Net Shape Casting of aluminum for the rotor and stator
High Voltage underwater cables
High Strength composite concrete
Computer Aided Design Tools to minimize design and development costs
Why Gulf Stream Energy?
Earth’s oceans and rivers hold the key to providing ten percent of the world’s energy needs, with green renewable energy.
With heat from the sun creating the wind, rain, and ocean currents, we can capture this kinetic energy, and turn it into endless electricity twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.
Where the ocean meets the shore, there are a few key areas, where the concentration of flow, is close to shore, allowing us to affordably tap into this energy, removing less than one percent but powering millions of homes.
Powering advanced industries we can create ultra pure aluminum, high strength concrete, advanced carbon fiber products, making the world stronger, safer and greener.
Using Technologies developed from Australia, New Zealand, USA and Europe, we are combining the advanced capabilities to create arrays of turbines that can be mass produced as quickly as automobiles, each one powering up to 100 homes.
An array of thousands of turbines can be quickly placed, safe for marine life, shipping, and sheltered from storms and weather.
Safe, clean, and green electricity can help reverse global warming and provide low cost electric vehicles, as the power runs at night making it affordable to give away the electricity to encourage storing power, and reducing the load on the grid during the day.