Natural Power Concepts is a premier design center creating the next generation of renewable natural energy devices. with an impressive portfolio of concepts surpassing most others with global partners and installations in progress.
NPC deep-sea, open ocean desalinization of seawater, - through ocean currents, wave activity and ship deck wind is now being developed for commercialization in 2017 – 18.
NPC ocean buoy electrical generation systems, have been thoroughly examined by HNEI an advance leading authority on energy producing ocean buoys who operates the only active ocean buoy electrical connection to a land based grid. After examination they determined that the NPC buoy grid system shouldbe a cost effective powerful energy producer, and possibly the only buoy system that is cost competitive with other forms of electricity generation. HNEI is funded by the US department of energy.
NPC non-dam oriented river and tidal flow technologies - were developed through a grant from the US Navy and NPC internal funding. have been extensively evaluated by the Oil and Natural Gas Company of India ONGC predominantly owned by the Indian government, – with demonstration projects presently being conducted by industrial partner ICL in the Ganges River in India.
Large-scale projects are also planned for Africa, India and Brazil once commercial production of units has commenced.
NPC - Mobile energy production systems for remote locations and isolated communities, –disaster relief missions and military forward front sites, were developed by NPC, and funded and tested by the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratories, AFRL. These were also determined to be best in class. –
Interest from major international manufacturers for the production of these units is presently underway.
-- the hydrogen truck, – and containerized wind
NPC -- Cost-effective storm proof rooftop, wind technologies, - were developed and tested in partnership, with the U.S. Air Force Research Laboratories AFRL, who determined them to bebest in class. -- An order for 500+ units is scheduled to be produced for a Hickum Air Force Base Hawaii in 2017