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CHeaper.
Smaller.
More efficient.

Our systems can be used for anything from HVAC to cooling storage for food and medicine, which saves on energy and enhances current AWG technology capabilities. This technology has no CFCs or toxic refrigerants, making it an optimal cooling unit for food and medicine storage and entirely made of recycled plastics, metallics, and green gasses.

Our Mission

We want to leverage innovative engineering to provide green cooling solutions to the world around us. Through patent-pending technology, we help you experience robust bottom-line growth due to significant energy cost reduction.

Be Efficient

The CV-1 system requires <4kW of power at peak - so low, it can run on solar!

Be Cost Effective

Reduce data center start up and operating costs by up to 85%, and possibly more..

Be Nimble

Eliminate the need to construct large buildings, reduce your environmental impact and building costs, and decrease the time to get set up and fully functional.

Downtime is History

Mitigates blackout/brownout risk, so you can enjoy peace of mind.

Reinvented

Patent-pending CV-1 technology is redefining the status quo.

Energy Policy Act

Qualify for a 30% commercial and residential green energy tax credit by using solar power.

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DEK SYSTEM

The Dekatherm (DEK) system is a 1000 MCF system that can process 1 million cubic feet of CH4 to convert it to 12660 gallons of LNG. It can be configured to process (separate gases in a stream) and liquefy the constituent gasses into different liquid streams. Total power consumption for this process is 200kW/hr, which can reduce carbon footprints.

Atmospheric Water Generation

Our Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) processes ~250 gallons of water a day by extracting the humidity from any climate and turning it into clean water with the help of our 200-Liter CV-1 unit. This system is customizable to scale and can grow to fit water and power needs.

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