WADES: WATER-ASSISTED DISTRIBUTED ENERGY SYSTEM
Introducing a new green power generation hybrid called Water-Assisted Distributed Energy System, or WADES, where you have a multi-fuel electricity-generating microturbine, you keep using the same oil, natural gas, gasoline or even waste gas, and by adding Brown’s gas you gain more electricity with less pollution.
$149k per 250 kW unit, with 70% certainty.
Larger systems, 10+ MW, are normally priced as multiples of $159k. Smart inter-connectivity built into each 250 kW unit keeps larger system pricing down, because it allows easier esign and quicker set up at system level. Systems larger than 25 MW will be priced on a case-by-case basis.
This pricing level is comparable to microturbines available today that ARE of very good quality but NOT AS ECONOMICAL to run and maintain due to lack of Brown’s gas – hence inevitably having incomplete combustion.
Effective pricing: lower TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) than all types of commercial microturbines.
We expect pricing to go down in direct proportion to the expected scaling up in production and global deployment (estimated time frame 55-60 mo.)