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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Exemplifies Foundational Advantage of Renewable Energy

September 16, 2013

The use of renewable energy sources versus fossil fuels has been one of the most debated subjects in commercial history, with serious and valid points made on both sides. Moreover, it’s not a contest with a simple either-or solution, since there are endless potential sourcing combinations available to fill in the nation’s and the world’s changing energy picture. However, there is one underlying factor in the discussion that seldom gets the attention it deserves. Amidst the talk of costs, global warming, subsidies, and national security, what is often missing is the appreciation of a long-established principle of commerce and technology. The principle states that, in short, the older the industry, the slower its technological progress tends to be. Exceptions though there may be, it’s seen as an increasingly well-established truism, with roots going back to the beginning of the industrial age.

As a result, it can be argued that renewable energy has a unique and foundational advantage over the use of fossil fuels, namely that it is advancing faster and in far more ways than the more mature fossil fuel industry, in spite of much vaunted shale oil developments, and that it will continue to do so. The numbers bear this out, with costs of energy production from a growing range of renewable energy sources continuing to fall dramatically. Costs for solar and wind power, for example, are estimated to have dropped well over 90% since 1980. In addition, new renewable technologies are being developed that some say will change the renewables landscape even more dramatically.

One of these emerging renewable energy technologies is being actively developed by Solar Wind Energy, a Maryland based company that has come up with a way to potentially generate large amounts of green electricity without the weaknesses inherent in wind and solar power. It’s a remarkable approach that directly and efficiently captures solar heat energy to actually create wind, which can then be used to generate electricity any time of the day or night, meaning electricity whenever it is needed, not just when conditions are right.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Outshines Nuclear Power

September 9, 2013

Depending upon how it is calculated, the cost to build and start up a nuclear power plant can run well over $10 billion. It represents a huge up-front cost, and brings with it serious and unresolved concerns about how to deal with the volumes of continually generated left-over radioactive isotopes. Based on current technologies, high-level nuclear waste requires some form of safe storage for over 10,000 years, a level of commitment unprecedented in human history. In effect, it forces us to obligate hundreds of future generations, simply to add an incremental amount to the electrical power that we enjoy today.

And yet, in spite of the costs and risks, we willingly continue to do it. Nuclear power is still considered a dependable and flexible source of electrical energy, free of greenhouse gases, yet not limited by the variabilities of sun or wind. Hundreds of nuclear power plants are in operation all over the world, generating over 10% of the world’s electrical production, with dozens of new plants under construction. In some countries, nuclear power plays a far bigger role. In France, fully 80% of the country’s electricity comes from nuclear power. In spite of rare high-profile accidents, such as Fukushima and Chernobyl, nuclear power plants can be argued to have less of a negative effect on long-term health and safety than the world’s thousands of coal fired plants that spew out billions of tons of pollutants and greenhouse gases every year.

Compare that to a dramatic new way of providing continuous power, an approach with the advantages of nuclear power, but none of the disadvantages. Solar Wind Energy has developed what some are calling the ideal renewable energy source. Unlike traditional solar and wind designs, it doesn’t depend upon the wind blowing or the sun shining. It can feed the grid with high levels of power day and night, with no wind at all. Its cost to build is a small fraction of the cost to build a nuclear power plant, and there are no worries about environmental waste material. It is totally green, with no carbon footprint and no noxious gases.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) CEO Interview Touches on Key Points

August 26, 2013

The Wall Street Transcript, a long-standing publication and Web site that issues industry reports featuring interviews with top company executives, recently interviewed Solar Wind Energy CEO Ronald W. Pickett, as part of a recently published Alternative Energy Report. Solar Wind Energy is a Maryland based renewable energy company that has developed a radical new approach to capturing the sun’s energy in a way that avoids many of the issues common to traditional wind and solar technologies.

Their design, verified through extensive engineering research, is based upon a long-standing principle that cooler air tends to fall. By spraying water into air, enclosed within a very large space such as a giant cooling tower, the air becomes cooler through the evaporation process. The cooler air falls, drawing in more air which is then cooled and falls, and the process continues until there is a massive downdraft of air generating surprisingly high wind speeds of falling air. The falling air is then diverted to wind turbines which convert the energy into electricity. The system basically converts solar heat, available in the air day or night, into physical wind energy, regardless of whether or not there is any initial wind.

It’s a remarkable idea, but its effectiveness depends upon a number of variables, such as the height of the tower, air temperature, and humidity. One of the key points mentioned in the interview is a special energy calculator program the company uses to combine and work with all of these variables. It’s a program they developed with Dr. Straka from the University of Oklahoma and Dr. Sanka from Georgia Tech. The program evaluates historical weather conditions at given locations, in combination with physical requirements for the company’s energy generation system.

The complex calculations result in a projection of exactly how tall and how wide a given energy generation tower should be for that location, together with the amount of water that would be required at specific intervals, to generate a certain amount of electricity. Since the system can run day or night, any time of the year, whether there is wind or not, the energy calculation program effectively determines how much power can be generated.

Mr. Pickett also discussed the recent measures called for by the federal government to reduce carbon emissions and increase funding for clean energy. Although there is obviously no way to currently predict exactly how such moves might benefit his company, he made clear that Solar Wind Energy is doing exactly what the government is seeking, offering a cost effective way to generate energy with a zero-carbon footprint. However, he does not consider such initiatives necessary to get their first tower built.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Represents the Latest in Renewables Technology

August 19, 2013

When talking about renewable energy, one of the first points inevitably brought up is the fact that the development and implementation of such resources are frequently subsidized in one form or another. Over and above consideration of the short and long term costs of pollution, subsidies are an understandable concern, given that such subsidies must ultimately be met out of the pockets of the taxpayer. Fossil fuels are still relatively cheap, at least up front, and the feeling is that renewable resources are unable to carry their own weight.

It’s not surprising that renewable energy sources would be more expensive than traditional fossil fuels. After all, fossil fuels are the result of years of accumulated energy savings, the product of sunshine captured in plants, and eventually in animals, that we are only now digging up and using. We’re tapping into a vast global energy savings account, which makes things relatively cheap and easy at first. Then, as the account starts to dwindle, things get tougher and more expensive. Renewable resources, on the other hand, have no real account from which to draw. In the renewables world, energy used is energy that must be produced. Seen from that angle, it’s the fossil fuel industry that is unable to carry its own weight.

What is perhaps surprising is that technology has been so successful in improving the raw cost effectiveness of renewable energy. In just the past few decades, the cost per watt of photovoltaic power has plummeted by roughly 80%. The cost of wind power has dropped even more. Although technology also continues to be used to improve fossil fuel access, the possibility that renewable resources will soon be able to match or even undercut the cost of fossil fuels is no longer thought unrealistic, a very common attitude in years past. Technology has opened up an entire set of new renewable energy doors.

The most recent example is Maryland-based Solar Wind Energy, developers of a dramatic new way to capture the sun’s energy. Their revolutionary system, in the process of moving from the drawing board to operation, uses the sun-generated heat in the atmosphere to create wind. It’s an approach that has a number of advantages of wind and solar generation, and is like nothing else before.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Combines Solar and Wind Power

August 12, 2013

When it comes to green energy, the problem has always been about cost. Fossil fuels may be ruining the atmosphere, perhaps throwing the world into a climatic tail spin from which it will never recover, but their short-term cost effectiveness remains attractive, a benefit that green technologies have had a tough time matching.

The challenge that tends to rob most green energy solutions of bottom line efficiency is an almost total dependence upon uncontrollable variables of nature. With photovoltaic or passive solar, the energy fades whenever the sun goes away, and nobody has yet figured out an efficient way to remove clouds or eliminate the night. With wind power, calm days are impossible to completely avoid, regardless of where the turbines are located or how efficient they operate. Even biomass depends upon a good market or a good crop.

Such inherent variability means that expensive assets must occasionally, and unpredictably, run poorly or perhaps not at all. To achieve a dependable level of power then requires over-building, which in turn increases project costs and reduces overall cost effectiveness. There may be no way to totally remove natural variability, but a reduction in such variability increases operational and cost efficiency, making green energy projects more viable.

It’s a challenge that is now being addressed in a brand new way by Solar Wind Energy, a green energy company with a new approach to capturing the power of nature. The company has developed a unique way to extract the energy from the sun, essentially combining the principles and benefits of solar and wind solutions. Instead of waiting passively for the sun to heat up and drive the wind, the company makes its own wind by transforming hot dry desert air into fast moving wind. The process requires a very large open tower, enclosing a large volume of air. Water is sprayed through the air in the enclosed space, cooling the air and making it dense, causing it to fall. The falling air pulls in more dry air, and the process continues. Soon there’s a massive downflow of over 50 mph wind, easily directed to wind turbines to generate electricity. It’s a process that can operate 24 hours a day in almost any weather conditions, and the design suggests high-cost efficiency.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Seeks to Mimic the Sun

July 30, 2013

Of all the renewable energy sources currently being developed and promoted, sun-driven wind power has been dominant. Although renewables still only account for 20% of global electricity production, and an even smaller portion of total energy consumption, and with most renewable energy coming from long-established hydroelectric plants, wind power remains the front-runner when it comes to the latest technologies.

Wind power is considered more cost-effective and viable than other green alternatives, and is readily available since the wind blows just about everywhere. Still, there are issues with wind power, dependent as it is on wind speed. Wind speed, of course, does not parallel energy demand, and so excess generation capacity must be built which adds to costs. In addition, traditional wind technology requires wind farms covering large areas on land or in the sea, with associated infrastructure, all of which is both costly and controversial.

But now there is another source of wind power, offering all of the benefits of the original but without the drawbacks. And, like traditional wind power, it too is driven by the sun. However, instead of the normal process, where the sun heats up large sections of the atmosphere, forming the massive air currents that we see as wind, this new approach turns the sun’s atmospheric heat energy into wind on a highly localized and controllable basis.

Solar Wind Energy seeks to mimic the sun, creating wind-on-demand by adding finely-sprayed water to hot dry desert air in a very large enclosed space. The result is a high-volume continuous downdraft that can reach speeds exceeding 50 miles per hour even on a calm windless day. It’s a case of heat energy being turned directly into the energy of motion, just as the sun does with the atmosphere but in a perfectly controlled way. The moving air is then used to run turbines that turn out a dependable flow of electricity. Even after considering the costs involved in recycling and pumping the water, and the variability of air temperature and humidity, the process is seen as being more cost effective than other alternatives, and without the limitations of weather that affect traditional solar and wind based systems.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Appears in Popular Science

July 23, 2013

In the June 2013 issue of Popular Science, Solar Wind Energy’s downdraft tower is described by CEO Ron Pickett as “capturing the last 2,000 feet of a thunderstorm”. It goes on to talk about how the system is designed to produce over a gigawatt of power on the hottest driest summer days at its proposed Arizona site, while costing less than a tenth of what it costs to build a nuclear power plant. It’s another example of the growing attention the Solar Wind concept is getting, attracting interest because of its unique efficiencies and benefits, as well as its conceptual simplicity.

Solar Wind Energy’s plans call for a massive concrete tower, encompassing a large airspace. Water is rapidly injected into the enclosed hot dry dessert air mass through specially designed sprayers, although it doesn’t actually have to be all that hot or all that dry to still function. As the air picks up the moisture, it instantly cools, becoming dense and heavy. The resulting downdraft draws in more desert air, and the process accelerates. Soon there’s a continuous massive downflow of air, approaching speeds of 50 mph or more. The tower has essentially used water to turn the heat energy of the desert air into motion. The fast moving air is then diverted to turbines that convert all of that wind into electricity, at an estimated overall cost of roughly half that of other alternative energy systems.

The current calculations take into consideration all of the needed resource and operational costs, such as the recycled water, and assume a conservative operating level of 60% of capacity, reflecting the changing temperature and humidity conditions throughout the day and year. It’s a system that can always be “on,” generating electricity day or night, in any season, regardless of wind. As such, it represents a major new entry in the alternative energy industry.

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Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) Obtains $3 Million Equity Facility Agreement Commitment

July 15, 2013

Solar Wind Energy Tower, the inventor of a large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structure capable of producing abundant, inexpensive electricity, just announced that it has received a commitment from Beaufort Ventures, PLC to fund up to $3,000,000 over a period of up to 36 months under the terms of an Equity Facility Agreement.

Ronald Pickett, CEO, commented, “Solar Wind Energy is rapidly approaching a turning point where all of the valuable research and intellectual property advancements will be deployed in direct pursuit of its first Solar Wind Energy Tower project. We are pleased to have obtained this $3,000,000 commitment, which is necessary to support the first project.”

Recently the Company announced in a letter to its shareholders that its proprietary “Energy Calculator” program can analyze and predict the size and output of a Tower project at specific locations around the globe. The company is now completing the construction budgeting process for the Tower which, when used in combination with the Energy Calculator program, will allow the developer to evaluate the full cost of development and sale of power in order to equate the outcome to cost per kilowatt hour (kWh).

“We have made educated assumptions for some time now that the Tower could produce electricity for at least half the cost of any other alternative energy solution on the market today,” Ronald Pickett added. “Combining the Energy Calculator data with a budget prepared in conjunction with our 3rd party expert ‘Teaming Partner’ will validate the constructability and financial viability of our solution and paves the way for a true turning point!”

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Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) Issues Statement from CEO Ronald W. Pickett

July 8, 2013

Solar Wind Energy Tower, the inventor of a large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structure capable of producing inexpensive electricity, today disseminated the following investor-focused statement from Ron Pickett, CEO:

A CNBC.COM article entitled “Second Wind: Renewable Energy Down but Not Out,” written by Javier E. David, appeared on June 30. David reports: “Two events occurred that could point to a new second wind for the battered alternative energy sector. President Obama unveiled a broad swath of measures to combat carbon emissions, including new funding for clean energy technology and setting a goal to double the amount of electricity generated by wind and solar. Second, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released a report forecasting that renewable energy — wind, solar, biofuels and the like — will eclipse natural gas and nuclear as a source of electricity by 2016. Experts say the President’s new measures underscore how alternative energy may be carving itself a niche in energy markets as more of a helpmate of electric power, especially with coal — the primary source of domestic electricity and a major pollutant — falling out of favor in some circles.”

We have always known that our Company has been on the cutting edge of the alternative energy market sector, and this certainly is great trending news for SWET. As a result of the recent breakthrough engineering enhancements to our Energy Tower, SWET is poised to take a leading role in the production of affordable alternative electric energy.

Solar Wind Energy can now evaluate potential Tower sites, as well as advise and predict the amount of electricity that can be produced in a specific region. Multiple Towers can be deployed in “Compounds” using the same cranes, water source, delivery, manufacturing, construction systems and labor forces. Solar Wind Energy’s involvement in each project is to facilitate the Tower’s development with its expertise and intellectual property.

Our strategic mission is to engineer, design, develop and enable the construction of the most energy efficient and cost effective source of clean power available, enabling financially productive clean energy without the subsidies required by conventional solar and wind projects.

As we have consistently stated, the Company’s business plan involves “partnering” with various entities, such as utilities, sovereign nations and independent power sources, to bring this solution to the market as rapidly as possible. Each Solar Wind Downdraft Tower is its own independent project. Solar Wind Energy will receive development fees, licensing fees and royalties on power sales from each project and/or ownership interests.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Captures a New Wind

July 2, 2013

Wind power has traditionally been dominated by a single basic approach, multiple giant wind turbines spread over the land or offshore, each one depending upon the wind to provide enough spin to generate a meaningful amount of energy. Now imagine a wind energy system that is completely different. Instead of dozens of giant windmills covering the prairie or offshore, imagine a single impressive tower, similar to a power plant cooling tower but larger, standing alone in the desert. While a single wind turbine may generate 5 megawatts or more on a good day, imagine a wind powered unit that is able to generate hundreds of megawatts by itself, without even depending upon the wind.

As amazing as that sounds, it is exactly what Solar Wind Energy is already in the process of building. The company’s approach to capturing atmospheric energy is not about existing wind motion, but rather about converting the heat energy held in dry desert air into physical motion that can then be captured by multiple embedded wind turbines. That’s why “Solar” is the first word in the company’s name. The sun’s energy does drive normal wind, but only a portion of the energy captured by our atmosphere manifests itself in physical wind motion. Much of the absorbed energy is in the form of heat, and capturing that heat energy is what Solar Wind Energy is all about.

Their system is designed to do this through the use of water sprayed into the hot air sitting in the tower. As the heat energy from the air evaporates the water, the air immediately cools and becomes more dense. The cool heavy air plummets earthward within the confines of the tower, pulling in hot dry air behind it which is then cooled. The process continues until there is a virtual avalanche of heavy air falling to the ground at speeds of up to 70 miles per hour. At the base of the tower, the wind is diverted to multiple wind turbines built into the tower. The turbines capture the wind motion, generating electricity.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Invents the “Power Tower”

June 11, 2013

Many desert areas around the world, long considered hostile to life and with few things to offer, have, over the past century, been transformed into vibrant and important places. Part of this, of course, has been due to the value of oil and gas resources tapped from deep underneath desert sands. But some deserts, with no such resources, have still taken on a new value, as cooling and irrigation technologies have made the desert both livable and productive. In addition, the search for sources of clean renewable energy has increased the value of sun-drenched desert environments, as large solar power plants spring up to tap the rich source of rays.

Now a new way to capture desert energy is being developed, using technology to turn hot dry desert air into 50-70 mph winds. The idea is to use the intense evaporative powers of the air, applied to a fine spray of water within the confines of a large specially shaped wind tower, to create a massive downdraft as the evaporation process instantly increases the density and coolness of the air. It’s a well-supported idea that has long been suggested, but Solar Wind Energy, a Maryland-based renewable energy company, has finally applied new computer processing power to turn the idea into an efficient practical design.

The first tower to be built, beginning next year in southern Arizona, is expected to generate up to 1250 megawatt hours, gross, with the average daily output, after all factors are considered, being approximately 435 megawatt hours. It will be the first unit of its kind ever built, and represents a striking new source of energy available day and night, even if there is no wind.

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Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) Details Downdraft Tower Technology in QualityStocks Audio Interview

June 3, 2013

Solar Wind Energy Tower is the developer of a single large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structure that produces renewable, cost-effective electricity without the restraints other alternative energies may face. Company CEO Ronald W. Pickett was recently featured in an audio interview with QualityStocks in which he provides a sweeping review of the company’s technology and applications to the energy industry.

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In the interview, Pickett discusses the capabilities of the company’s Solar Wind Downdraft Tower, how its structure has evolved, as well as supporting patents. He also details current and potential projects with facilities around the world, strategic partnerships, and an outlook for the remainder of 2013.

“The best thing about our approach is that we’re going to make electricity in a totally clean manner, zero-carbon footprint, renewable, abundant and predictable. But the key is we’re going to make it at a price that’s affordable and comparable with traditional energy manufacturing,” Pickett says in the interview.

Solar Wind Energy’s technology, as the name suggests, utilizes dry heat, solar rays, and water to produce energy, creating a renewable energy solution that overcomes the limitations experienced by other alternative energy sources.

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Solar Wind Energy, Inc. (SWET) Puts a Brilliant Spin on an Ancient Idea

May 29, 2013

Windcatchers represent an ancient technology still used today in parts of the Middle East and other dry regions of the world. Windcatchers are designed to create natural dwelling ventilation and, when used with water pads, a natural cooling effect. It consists of a tower that rises above the dwelling, with an opening that catches the passing wind. The wind is carried down into the dwelling, providing a refreshing breeze to push out stagnant hot air. When pads dampened with water are used to line the tower, the moving dry air evaporates the moisture, which causes a drop in air temperature and increased density. The heavy cool air shoots down the tower and through the dwelling, enhancing the ventilation and cooling.

Today, this time-tested concept is being used in an entirely different way, providing a new highly-efficient source of clean plentiful energy. Solar Wind Energy, a Maryland-based renewable energy company, has developed what is called a solar wind downdraft tower. Their proprietary tower, currently in the final stages of patenting, is uniquely designed to capture the power of both sun and moving air.

As with a windcatcher, the wind is captured by the tower, but then the air’s motion is greatly increased by tapping the solar generated heat energy carried in the air. As water is introduced to the dry air within the confines of the tower structure, it immediately evaporates, creating a massive downdraft with the cool dense air plummeting downward at speeds that can exceed 50 miles per hour. At the base, the energy from all that moving air is quickly captured, while the water is recycled for continued use. The net result, after all factors are considered, is calculated to be approximately 400-500 megawatt hours, depending upon conditions, available for sale to the grid.

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Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) Receives Notice of Patent Allowance Covering Alternative Energy Technology

May 22, 2013

Solar Wind Energy Tower, the inventor of a large Solar Wind Downdraft Tower structure capable of producing abundant, inexpensive electricity, today announced the allowance of Patent Application Number 13/098,476, titled “Atmospheric Energy Extraction Devices and Methods”, by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.

The patent covers a structure for producing electricity, specifically a tall tower capable of adding moisture at the top of the structure to hot-dry air so as to generate a downdraft of wind within the interior of the Tower, vanes coupled to the exterior of the Tower that at least partially define a plurality of elongated pockets at the exterior of the Tower, flaps located within the pockets configured to redirect incident wind downwards, and at least a first wind tunnel configured to receive the redirected wind so as to convert such wind to electricity.

Ronald W. Pickett, President, Chief Executive Officer of SWET, stated, “We are pleased to have received notice that our patent application for the Tower structure design has been allowed, and that a patent will be issued shortly. The patent application incorporates the entire core Tower structure, including the injection of moisture as a catalyst to generate the downdraft wind, and the additional exterior dual wind capture vanes. In the future, as we expand our geographic footprint, the dual wind technology will provide us with the ability to construct our power plant in locations with potentially more variable weather conditions, since we can now incorporate the power created by the ambient wind captured along the outer surface of the Tower structure with the power generated internally. This external wind capture boosts the overall power output.”

“This patent allowance, along with our previously issued patent titled ‘Efficient Energy Conversion Devices and Methods’, encompasses our overall basic system architecture,” added Pickett. “We intend to continue to protect our technology as we develop enhancements to it. Our business plan has always been to efficiently extract the maximum energy generated by the captured wind, with the least loss of power while compensating for the normal differentials in atmospheric conditions.”

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Solar Wind Energy Tower, Inc. (SWET) Shatters Expectations for Wind Energy with Hybrid Solar-Thermal Tower System

May 17, 2013

Solar Wind Energy Tower is an ingenious little company with some key patent applications on their tech, including an improved wind energy power transmission system using multi-stage variable hydraulic drives that can achieve high efficiencies across a wide range of speeds, and an energy tower having external wind capturing capacity that dovetails exceptionally well with their flagship Solar Wind Downdraft Tower concept.

Effectively, this is a solar/wind concept which can also be constructed with large, vertical vanes that help to capture additional prevailing winds, but which primarily operates on very simple downdraft physics. Basically you have a huge hollow cylinder structure with wind tunnels at the base that have turbines in them. The design functions exceptionally well in hot environments and represents a large-scale passive capture strategy using water which is misted out across the opening and evaporates in the hot, dry air, forcing the outside warmer air to downdraft through the cylinder at speeds in excess of 50mph.

The Solar Wind Energy Tower is remarkably efficient, generating electricity at a cost per kilowatt similar to typical coal or gas-fired plants. The company moved to further improve this efficiency back in April, partnering strategically with Commonwealth Dynamics, who have developed (in conjunction with the Whiting Turner Contracting Company) an adaptation of a hyperbolic, thin-walled concrete structure. This key breakthrough in the Solar Wind Energy Tower’s design offers multiple advantages, from drastically reduced cost, complexity, and time for the building of the structure, to elimination of onsite assembly/fabrication requirements when using steel. The company’s goal has always been to offer the most cost effective and efficient clean energy system available, confident that to truly be successful, an alternative energy producer must be able to survive and thrive without subsidies.

President and CEO of SWET, Ronald Pickett, a 40-year veteran in the construction, development, and technology arena, who has nurtured three highly-innovative startups from inception through to public ownership, noted that steel was still a valid design choice in regions that called for even taller structures to be built, but that this new thin-walled hyperbolic concrete implementation was ideal for the towers. While they certainly won’t be ruling it out, the price/performance metrics on the new Commonwealth Dynamics implementation has already made it the de facto standard in tower design for SWET.

Utilizing new software which can calculate and predict energy production for a Solar Wind Downdraft Tower based on empirical, local weather data, SWET has managed to shave a whopping 750 feet off the basic tower height (down to 2,250 in the specs). This software allows for dynamically configuring tower height/diameter before building, as well as the amount of water appropriate to be used as fuel. We are talking roughly 500 megawatt hours net (1.25k gross potential at maximum capacity) on the specs for the first San Luis Tower at just 60% capacity (435 Mwh average across an entire year when factoring in the winter season). This global energy generation calculator software is indispensible as an analytical tool moving forward for SWET and represents a year or more of development time by the company, as well as the ideal means of positioning the Solar Wind Downdraft Tower concept before global markets. SWET can go to an interested party with accurate specs and potential output data with data-driven analytics to show the client, making commercialization, especially in the EU and other green energy hungry markets, an easy sell.

Selling clean energy to the grid also opens up the carbon credit angle and SWET has wasted no time moving to take advantage of this strategic play, scoping out the potential of a planned project in Mexico to produce international, highly-marketable carbon credits, as well as the aforementioned location in San Luis, Arizona, which should generate some $250M in investment tax credits (based on IRS guideline projections). The cachet value alone in global markets for the design, when fully commercialized, is profound enough to grab the market’s attention and SWET is well aware of this fact. They have a robust, highly passive, and extremely efficient green energy production model on their hands here and are looking to push the envelope in hybridized wind/solar generation technology.

The running idea of building large compounds, consisting of many such towers, deployed in optimal locales and design-scaled using the company’s software to further tweak the yields, introduces even greater efficiency into this model, as associated construction, labor, water sourcing, and the like can be localized/streamlined. It is almost like sinking wells in a grid pattern to optimize hydrocarbon extraction on a piece of given acreage, only here we are building up, sky-drilling for premium thermal vectors and creating the downdraft towers. The most efficient turbines at the base, the new thin-walled hyperbolic concrete for the structure, and highly efficient water distribution systems all combine in this tower design, taking full advantage of the underlying physics in a truly ingenious way.

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