Fieldstone Energy Corporation Secures Funding

Initial funding for further development of ocean wave technology and river run hydroelectric green energy generation.

Tulsa, Okla.—Fieldstone Energy has announced it has secured initial funding for further development of ocean wave technology and river run hydroelectric green energy generation. The funding was awarded from ELC Corporation, a private equity stakeholder in Portland, Ore.


"This initial round of capital will allow us to finalize design and site identification in preparation for the first project," CEO Brian Meano said. Fieldstone Energy has patented technology utilizing impoundment areas serviced by hydraulic buoys that allows for continuous green energy generation from various hydro applications. The application is particularly useful in low head river run topography which will be the target for initial installations.

Fieldstone Energy was founded in 2002 by Brian Meano and is based in Tulsa, Okla. For more information contact: Thad Jones-COO Fieldstone Energy Corporation.

Featured Product

TRA SNOW AND SUN - SOLAR TILE MOUNT

TRA SNOW AND SUN - SOLAR TILE MOUNT

You haven't installed a tile mount that is easier to install than the Solar Tile Mount manufactured by TRA Snow and Sun. Solar Tile Mount is used on all tile roof profiles: flat, mid, and high. It is made in the USA of aluminum alloy for strength and excellent corrosion resistance. Solar Tile Mount is built to allow more ease in installation with more rise from the tile surface to the rail for better air flow below panels. The adjustable base is longer than most allowing attachment 6" to the left or right to have the bracket in the base of the pan of the tile and still fasten to the rafter. Solar Tile Mount is adjustable for counter batten systems from ¾" to 3". The horizontal rail is directly above base fasteners giving greater uplift resistance than any other system. For superior waterproofing apply TRA Snow and Sun's butyl backed VersaFlash aluminum flashing. No tile flashing is needed on top of the tile for greater labor and material cost savings.