Boron, Mojave Desert, CA, United States, 12/12/2008 - A 49 megawatt, $49 million, Solar Thermal Electric CSP and Recovered Free Energy Technology, Integrated Storage Component Hybrid Power Plant is to be sited near Boron, Kern County, Southern California Mojave Desert.
Ecosystem Solar Electric Corp. (ECOSY), on behalf of ESE Power Corporation (ESE) and Energia Agua Hielo Corporation (EAH), has notified the Planning Department, County of Kern, State of California, that intend to submit the necessary forms and applications for permitting 49 MWe Super Peaker. The Super Peaker, a Solar Thermal Electric CSP and Recovered Free Energy Technology, Integrated Storage Component Hybrid Power Plant is to be sited near Boron, a small town located in the vastness of the Southern California Mojave Desert.
The green/recovered free energy technologies were invented many years ago, in secrecy, by the ECOSY' Founders and Scientists. The Super Peaker will operate 24/7/365 and is estimated to produce over 290,000 megawatt-hours, sufficient to power 45,000 homes and businesses. Construction cost is estimated at $49 million, which is lower than that of a coal-fired power plant. Finally, Renewable Energy with Storage Component, in synergy with Recovered Free Energy is now a Player in the Electric Power Generating Industry.
These disruptive technologies, utilizing off-the-shelf, tried-and-true for many years sub-components, are also intended to support the Goals of the Honorable Arnold Schwarzenegger, Governor State of California, as well as our President -elect, the Honorable Barack Obama. (ECOSY) have not received any whatsoever Government Subsidy, nor intend to, not limited to funding from any sources, thus is an exemplary Steward. Links: "State OKs tough plan to fight global warming" http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28180839
"Calif. adopts sweeping global warming plan".... "Critics worry about upfront cost".... In a predicted fierce legal confrontation, initiated by ECOSY, Critics will not receive anything, on the ground that this project/facility will not have any impact on the Ratepayers, in regards to upfront cost. This project could set precedence and break the status quo.