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  • 1. July 6, 2010, Clifford W. Anderson Office of Naval Research Code: ONR 30 875 North Randolph Street Arlington, VA 22203-1995 RE: ExFOB, Green Wave Energy Corp., World Power System Efficient Utilization of Fielded Generators Dear Clifford W. Anderson: Green Wave Energy Corp. (GWEC, CAGE # 5H8W9) offers the following brief technology description for its Green Wave World Power System (GWWPS). Recently featured on CNN and seen at http://web.me.com/swany65/Site/greenwaveshort.html, GWEC’s team consists of experienced ship builders, former aerospace employees/engineers and utility service providers. GWEC has developed a number of renewable solutions that present great opportunities for providing power to the FOB utilizing wind, solar, ocean swell and water current energy generation. Sincerely, exâuxÇ TA ctw|ÄÄt Reuben A. Padilla Chief, Sales & Marketing Page 1 of 5 Green Wave Energy Corp., Confidential & Proprietary 2801 West Coast Highway Suite 210, Newport Beach CA 92663 Phone: 949-645-1506 Facsimile: 949-645-0451 Website: www.GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com For Government Review Only. Exempt from Release Under the Freedom of Information ACT (“FOIA”) Pursuant to 5 USC 552 (b) (4) Email: Mark@GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com
  • 2. Experimental FOB Technology Description Green Wave World Power System Green Wave Energy Corp. 2801 West Coast Highway Suite 210 Newport Beach CA 92663 Phone: 949-645-1506 Facsimile: 949-645-0451 Tech POC: Reuben Padilla Mark D. Holmes, CEO Ph: 949-378-3589 949-645-1506 e-mail: reuben.padilla@cox.net mark@GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com Green Wave Energy Corp. unveiled the World Power System 8kW 4275 rated solar watts; 2000 rated wind watts; 28.8 kWh of energy storage capacity (600 Ah) – 6.4kW rated power regeneration with two 4000 watt inverters at Universal Studios in Hollywood on Saturday June 26, 2010. The World Power System 8kW powered the lights on stage at the Set Decorators of America (SDSA) Street Festival. Page 2 of 5 Green Wave Energy Corp., Confidential & Proprietary 2801 West Coast Highway Suite 210, Newport Beach CA 92663 Phone: 949-645-1506 Facsimile: 949-645-0451 Website: www.GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com For Government Review Only. Exempt from Release Under the Freedom of Information ACT (“FOIA”) Pursuant to 5 USC 552 (b) (4) Email: Mark@GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com
  • 3. Product technical description: The Green Wave World Power System (GWWPS) is a self- sufficient power system of renewable solar and wind energy mounted on a 16ft trailer. Larger systems can be mounted on larger trailers providing additional power. Designed and developed by Green Wave Energy Corp. the GWWPS is presently able to provide power – almost anywhere in the world and in almost any conditions for lights; surveillance cameras; electronic signaling and reception devices; appliances, such as microwave ovens, air conditioners, space heaters computers and monitors. At peak conditions the GWWPS 8kW provides 4275 rated solar watts; 2000 rated wind watts; 28.8 kWh of energy storage capacity (600 Ah) – 6.4kW rated renewable power with two 4kW inverters. Enhancing the energy efficiency of a Company-sized Forward Operating Base: Currently FOB equipment runs on either battery power which must be continually resupplied at tremendous cost to the supporting establishment or on diesel fueled generators. The Commandant of the Marine Corps has stated that the “total delivery cost of one gallon of fuel to Kandahar, Afghanistan is $400.00.” The use of diesel generators provide the enemy noise and heat signatures along with targets of opportunity in fuel resupply. The introduction of the GWWPS eliminates the resupply effort and the noise generated by diesel powered devices. The GWWPS significantly reduces the heat signature associated with diesel powered units. If the FOB has access to sun or wind the GWWPS will continually renew the energy stored in its battery storage system for distribution at any time almost anywhere. Specifications with particular emphasis on quantitative metrics of energy consumption or savings over alternative solutions: Typical generator units in service and found on the internet purchased by the Air Force in 1998 to supply power to a Patriot Battery for the capital cost of $43,965.00 is shown to the right. The additional cost of 25 gallons of fuel at the delivered CMC price of $400.00 = $10,000.00 every 2 days depending on usage. In less than 2 weeks of continuous usage the cost of a typical generator in Kandahar (less maintenance & manpower) = $43,965.00 + (7 x $10,000) = $113,965.00 The price of a new GWWPS pictured on page 2 of this document is $110,242.00 with no additional labor or fuel costs. The GWWPS 8kW comes with a 1 year limited warranty with each unit to be free from defects in materials and/or workmanship for a 5-year period, beginning on the date of installation at Customer’s location. Any warranties by manufacturers of components of the Green Wave World Power System are those of the component manufacturers – not Green Wave’s. These include the manufacturer of the (1) solar panels; (2) solar and wind turbine controller(s); (3) wind turbine generator; (4) batteries, etc…. Copies of the manufacturer’s warranties are available. Page 3 of 5 Green Wave Energy Corp., Confidential & Proprietary 2801 West Coast Highway Suite 210, Newport Beach CA 92663 Phone: 949-645-1506 Facsimile: 949-645-0451 Website: www.GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com For Government Review Only. Exempt from Release Under the Freedom of Information ACT (“FOIA”) Pursuant to 5 USC 552 (b) (4) Email: Mark@GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com
  • 4. Other specifications including dimensions, weight, capacities, input requirements, salient output capabilities, or other quantitative characteristics as appropriate: Fully deployed: 24ft x 21ft x 18ft-extended (lwh) Trailered: 16ft x 7ft x 10.5ft (lwh) Weight: 4000 lbs; Capabilities: 8kW with 28.8 kWh of energy storage capacity (600Ah) of delivered 60hZ 120VAC power; Input requirements: to generate 6.4kW per hour of renewable energy recharging the energy storage system – peak sun and 24.6 mph of wind. Green Wave does not warrant any specific performance capability or amount of power production will be provided by (1) the wind turbine (2) the solar panels or (3) the batteries on the Green Wave World Power System. Rather, the only express warranty made as to the performance of the Green Wave World Power System -- as a system -- will provide 6.4 kW at peak conditions to recharge the energy storage system on the Green Wave World Power System any where in the world (except in the Arctic and in Antarctica). Relevant history of product (or similar product) development and/or utilization: The first GWWPS was produced in less than one week and was delivered on June 26, 2010 to Universal Studios in Hollywood, CA. The GWWPS 8kW was setup in less than 30 minutes and successfully powered the lights on stage at the Set Decorators of America (SDSA) Street Festival from 3pm to 8:30pm. Concurrently, the GWWPS provided continuous power to a commercial air conditioner, microwave oven and margarita blender providing refreshments to the local crowd. Catalog price or rough estimate of unit cost: The price of a new GWWPS pictured on page 2 & 4 of this document is $110,242.00 FOB Origin. This technology is sufficiently mature to provide a representative model or prototype system at the Marine Corps Base 29 Palms from 6 to 14 August 2010. Unfortunately, previously scheduled events have been made for this unit in Memphis, TN on July 29 and at Gov Energy in Dallas, TX on 15 -18 August 2010. Should the Office of Naval Research and the Marine Corps decide to Test & Evaluate the GWWPS 8 kW we offer: Page 4 of 5 Green Wave Energy Corp., Confidential & Proprietary 2801 West Coast Highway Suite 210, Newport Beach CA 92663 Phone: 949-645-1506 Facsimile: 949-645-0451 Website: www.GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com For Government Review Only. Exempt from Release Under the Freedom of Information ACT (“FOIA”) Pursuant to 5 USC 552 (b) (4) Email: Mark@GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com
  • 5. Quote# 1012 DELIVERY ITEM UNIT DATE SHIP TO: QTY DESCRIPTION PRICE AMOUNT 8/6/2010 FOB Origin 2 GWWPS 8kW $110,242.00 $220,484.00 Sub Total $220,484.00 CA Tax 8.75% GOV Exempt TOTAL $220,484.00 Terms: Reference Quote# 1012 on Government Delivery Order 33% ARO (Progress Payments requested - checks payable to Green Wave Energy Corp.) 34% @ material purchase 33% @ delivery FOB Origin GWEC reserves the right to modify the design for product improvement purposes. Quote: Expires 7/23/10 Prices in USD Orders in sufficient larger quantities may reduce unit prices. Thank you for this opportunity! Page 5 of 5 Green Wave Energy Corp., Confidential & Proprietary 2801 West Coast Highway Suite 210, Newport Beach CA 92663 Phone: 949-645-1506 Facsimile: 949-645-0451 Website: www.GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com For Government Review Only. Exempt from Release Under the Freedom of Information ACT (“FOIA”) Pursuant to 5 USC 552 (b) (4) Email: Mark@GreenWaveEnergyCorp.com