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Global Nes P Pt 2009 A Finals Copy[1]


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Global Nes P Pt 2009 A Finals Copy[1]

  1. 1. GlobalNES, Inc.<br />New Energy Solutions<br />2009<br />
  2. 2. Renewable energy is the future and the future is now.<br />&quot;I&apos;d put my money on the sun and solar energy. What a source of power!  I hope we don&apos;t have to wait till oil and coal run out before we tackle that.“<br />-Thomas Edison 1931<br />“Using wind power to generate 20 percent of our nation’s electricity is achievable – without any new breakthroughs in technology.” <br />-U.S. Department of Energy 2008<br />
  3. 3. What is Renewable Energy?<br />Renewable energy effectively uses natural resources such as sunlight, wind, rain, tides and geothermal heat, which may be naturally replenished. <br /> Renewable energy technologies range from solar power, windpower, hydroelectricity / micro hydro, biomass and biofuels for transportation.<br />
  4. 4. Who We Are <br />We are a global renewable energy consulting firm founded on the principle of always doing the right thing for our clients and the environment. <br />We implement practical solutions to meet the needs of an ever changing energy landscape to ensure a cleaner, more secure energy future. <br />
  5. 5. What We Do<br />Global NES, Inc. is committed to providing today’s most comprehensive, yet affordable, renewable energy efficiency programs, systems & technologies.<br />Through strategic partnerships and a vast supplier network, Global NES affiliates have the knowledge and the ability to create specific solutions unique to each customer’s needs.<br />Our extensive network of professionals offer viable options for residential, commercial, municipalities and large scale project applications.<br />
  6. 6. Products<br />Solar – Photovoltaic<br />Solar Thermal – Air / Water<br />Wind – Traditional & Vertical Axis Turbines<br />Water – Stream Generators <br />Grey Water Recovery<br />Hydrogen – Fuel Cells – Power Stations<br />High Efficiency Lighting – LED / Induction<br />
  7. 7. ProductsSolar<br />Global NES provides its clients with products and services from only the world’s best manufacturers of high quality, high output, custom certified PV solar panels, from a 3 watt to a 300+ watts, using different cell technologies, Q-cells, (Grade &quot;A&quot; Mono, Grade &quot;A&quot; Poly, CIGs, ATFs) with different voltages for the global market.  <br />
  8. 8. Products Solar – Photovoltaic<br />Panels<br />BP - Conergy - Evergreen - GE - Kyocera - Mitsubishi - Powerup - BSP - Sanyo - SHARP - Shell - SolarWorld - SunTech - SunWize – Unisolar<br />Inverters<br />Exeltech – Fronius – Invertek - Magnum Energy <br />Outback Power – Prosine – Samlex - SMA - Xantrex<br />
  9. 9. ProductsSolar – Thermal<br />Air Heating – Commercial <br />Large & Small Applications<br />Atas International - InSpire Solar Wall <br />YSH – Solar Air Collectors<br />
  10. 10. ProductsSolar – Thermal<br />Water Heating – Commercial <br />Large & Small Applications<br />
  11. 11. U.S. Solar Potential U.S. Department of Energy <br />
  12. 12. Project<br />Examples<br />
  13. 13. Size: 5,440 Watt system Expected Yearly Energy Savings: $1,415.50 (est)Expected Yearly Kwh Production: 12,944 Kwh (est)Description:  Grid-tied, anti-islanding, ground mounted photovoltaic array <br />This System Will Also Result in the Following Pollution Reductions:Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 30,949 Pounds (15.5 Tons)Nitrogen Oxides (NOx): 42 PoundsSulfur Dioxide (SO2): 109 PoundsToxic Metals Pollution Mercury (Hg): 566 Milligrams<br />
  14. 14. Size: 600sq Foot Solar Thermal Pool Heating System Expected Yearly Energy Savings: $1,114.00 (est)Expected Yearly Kwh Production: N/aDescription:  945 Therms per 5 month season<br />This System Will Also Result in the Following Pollution Reductions:Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 11064 Pounds  (5.5 Tons)Nitrogen Oxides (NOx): 14 PoundsSulfur Dioxide (SO2): 0 PoundsToxic Metals Pollution Mercury (Hg): 0 Milligrams<br />
  15. 15. Size: 52sq Foot Solar Thermal Heating System Expected Yearly Energy Savings: $1,114.00 (est)Expected Yearly Kwh Production: n/aDescription:  472 Therms per 5 month season<br />This System Will Also Result in the Following Pollution Reductions:Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 5526 Pounds  (2.8 Tons)Nitrogen Oxides (NOx): 7 PoundsSulfur Dioxide (SO2): 0 PoundsToxic Metals Pollution Mercury (Hg): 0 Milligrams<br />
  16. 16. Office Building Grid tied Solar System<br />10kw System <br />Annual Carbon & Pollution Reduction<br />Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 60,071 Pounds<br />Nitrogen Oxides (NO2): 96 Pounds<br />Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): 233 Pounds<br />Mercury (Hg2): 501 Milligrams<br />Average Cost: $8.50/watt <br />ROI: 15yrs w/o Incentives<br />Austin Texas<br />
  17. 17. Municipal Grid tied Solar System<br />51.5kw System <br />Annual Carbon & Pollution Reduction<br />Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 309,077 Pounds<br />Nitrogen Oxides (NO2): 492 Pounds<br />Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): 1197 Pounds<br />Mercury (Hg2): 2576 Milligrams<br />Average Cost: $7.69/watt <br />ROI: 14yrs w/o Incentives<br />Financed through PPA <br />
  18. 18. Commercial Building Grid tied Solar System<br />83kw System <br />Annual Carbon & Pollution Reduction<br />Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 498609 Pounds<br />Nitrogen Oxides (NO2): 794 Pounds<br />Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): 1931 Pounds<br />Mercury (Hg2): 4156 Milligrams<br />Average Cost: $7.55/watt <br />ROI: 15yrs w/o Incentives<br />San Diego CA<br />
  19. 19. Staples Distribution Center Killingly Connecticut<br />433kw System <br />14% Energy Offset<br />Annual Carbon <br />& <br />Pollution Reduction<br />Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 2,601,176 Pounds<br />Nitrogen Oxides (NO2): 4,142 Pounds<br />Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): 10,075 Pounds<br />Mercury (Hg2): 21,683 Milligrams<br />Average Cost: $7.00/watt <br />ROI: 13yrs w/o Incentives<br />Financed through PPA <br />
  20. 20. Googleplex <br />1.6Mw System <br />Annual Carbon & Pollution Reduction<br />Greenhouse Gases (CO2): 9,611,736 Pounds<br />Nitrogen Oxides (NO2): 15,307 Pounds<br />Sulfur Dioxide (SO2): 37,230 Pounds<br />Mercury (Hg2): 80,122 Milligrams<br />Average Cost: $6.85/watt <br />ROI: 13yrs w/o Incentives<br />Google <br />
  21. 21. Products Wind Power<br />Global NES provides its customers with products and services from the world’s top manufacturers of wind turbines. We can accommodate installation sizes from households to wind farms.<br />
  22. 22. Site Analysis<br />Our large scale wind-power project engineers will conduct a thorough site analysis to determine your needs and the proper type and placement of the system. This Feasibility Study evaluates your land usage and provides for the optimized ROI for your project. <br />Our large scale wind projects feature turbines that offer up to 5 MW of power, suitable for any size project.<br />Products Large Wind<br />
  23. 23. Products Large Wind Equipment<br />Vestas Wind Systems A/S<br />GE Energy<br />AAER, Inc.<br />HZ Windpower Co., Ltd.<br />REpower Systems AG<br />
  24. 24. Wind power applications are growing at the rate of 38%+ per year. <br />Every year wind power becomes more mainstream and is increasingly found everywhere, from small remote cabins to ranches, homes, businesses, schools, retail operations and countless other locations.<br />Global NES offers it’s customers only the best and most dependable turbines available for virtually any application.<br />Small Wind<br />
  25. 25. ProductsSmall Wind<br />Vertical Axis Wind Turbines 500w – 10Kw<br />Maria Windspire – Urban Green Energy – Wind Terra<br />Advantage – Roof Top Installation<br />
  26. 26. ProductsSmall Wind<br />Traditional Turbines 1kw – 100Kw<br />Bergey – Jacobs - Northwind<br />
  27. 27. U.S. Wind PotentialU.S. Department of Energy<br />
  28. 28. Water<br />MICRO HYDRO TURBINE<br />
  29. 29. Water<br />Grey Water Recovery<br />
  30. 30. H2<br />Hydrogen – Fuel Cells – Power Stations<br />
  31. 31. High Efficiency Lighting<br />Day Lighting – LED – Induction <br />
  32. 32. LED low-power light test<br />When: February 11, 2009 @ 7PM<br />Where: North Richland Hills, Texas, on MidCities Boulevard in front of Birdville High School. <br />What: Four 25-watt LED light assemblies (LUX Cubes)<br />Why: To evaluate the effectiveness of low-power LED light units to adequately illuminate street signage<br />Results: Perfect light balance. No bright streaks and dim areas seen in signs with fluorescent lamps. These LED assemblies, operating an average of 12 hours per night, have an expected lifetime of up to12 years or longer.<br />
  33. 33. Mid Cities Boulevard in front of Birdville High School. East side of sign looking west.<br />
  34. 34. Close-up showing uniformity of illumination. <br />This photo was taken less than six feet from the sign.<br />
  35. 35. Sign interior. LED lamp assemblies are temporarily adhered to the sides. White plastic taped over dark metal aided reflectivity. Total power consumption is approximately 100 watts. <br />
  36. 36. Think About It…<br />Energy is not unlimited and is directly tied to our dependency to foreign oil. Increasing energy costs are eroding the profits of American businesses and taking hard-earned money out of the pockets of consumers.<br />Establishing a Renewable Energy program for your home, business, municipal or large scale property will reduce your carbon footprint, stabilize future energy costs and reduce our addiction to foreign oil. All good things, in any economy. <br />
  37. 37. Energy Conservation <br />Energy conservation is the first step in an energy management plan. <br />Conservation impacts the size and expense of renewable energy systems, initial expense and payback are substantially less than increasing the size of the system.<br />We work in alliance with energy service companies to identify and implement energy saving strategies. <br />Site selection, Design, Energy loss, Water efficiency, Lighting efficiency and monitoring are all important. <br />Solutions may include, building or design modification, managing existing loads or installation of newer more efficient loads to reduce energy demand. <br />
  38. 38. Control Your Energy Future <br />In a rapidly growing number of cities, counties and states, there is an ever increasing obligation to meet a certain percentage of energy supply needs using renewable energy. Waiting for large infrastructure projects to be completed to make this transition is not the answer. <br /> Our vision for a cleaner more secure energy future is one where federal, state and local governments as well as privately held facilities take control of their own energy futures by making the transition from energy consumer to energy producer by implementing their own on-site power generation systems. <br />
  39. 39. Benefits of Clean Energy <br />Enhances U.S. energy security <br />Improves the environment <br />Diversifies our electrical supply sources <br />Displaces the cost of new electricity transmission infrastructures <br />Utilizes predictable and abundant U.S. resources <br />Provides a renewable and clean source of electricity<br />
  40. 40. Economic Benefits <br />Renewable energy provides outstanding financial benefits through energy savings and incentives established by federal, state and local governments. <br />Excess energy fed back into the electrical grid can be sold to utility companies. Making this a source of revenue. <br />
  41. 41. Your Solution <br />Global NES, Inc. has the resources and expertise to help you control your energy future. <br />Our ONE SOURCE FOR ALL TECHNOLOGIES approach significantly improves the efficiency of communication and project management. Streamlining project implementation, reducing completion time and system costs. <br />Our project managers present our findings in a clear and concise manner to assist you in identifying and reaching your ultimate renewable energy goals. We are committed to providing a comprehensive, yet affordable, renewable energy program for every client. <br />
  42. 42. Next Steps <br />Schedule a follow-up meeting at your earliest convenience.<br />Provide us with addresses of potential projects.<br />Supply us with your current cost per kWh.<br />Provide us with 12 months of kWh usage per project location.<br />Allow us to conduct an energy analysis and site survey for a specific property.<br />
  43. 43. CONTACT<br />Code Green Energy, LLC<br />601 S. Broadway<br />Suite 140<br />Edmond, OK 73034<br />405/513-6950<br /><br /><br />
  44. 44. Thank you for your interest <br />in renewable energy. <br />