PROTECTING YOUR WORLD

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GEI GLOBAL = ENERGY SECURITY

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  • Our unique scalable modular technology allows power systems from a few kW to several hundred kW, with the average family home requiring about 5kW and the average commercial business requiring about 25kW. Our electric power generation systems employ superior technologies that conserve earth’s natural resources, improve people’s quality of life, and assure global energy security. By using advanced green technologies combined with our systems engineering experience, GEI GLOBAL will be the world leader for innovation in fuel cell electric power generation systems engineering, and for developing products and strategies that improve the social and economic quality of life for millions.   

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POWER and EFFICIENCY!!!

 The system provides power on-demand and operates at 44% efficiency on natural gas as compared to a diesel electric generator that operates at 18% efficiency. When leveraging the available by-product heat for hot water heating or other process needs, the fuel cell electric power generator thermal efficiency exceeds 91%. Additionally, the technology is environmentally friendly and sustainable, and leverages affordable and readily available natural gas flowing through pipe lines either on Native lands or close-by. 

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EFFICIENCY and CHEAP!!!

  •   Canada has one of the lowest natural gas cost structures around the globe. In coming years the Canadian natural gas cost is only expected to further decline as a result of new natural gas discoveries world-wide, and is an opportunity for the GEI Global Fuel Cell Electric Power Generation technology to provide clean power at significant cost savings as compared to diesel electric power generation.  Establishing an off-grid fuel cell electric power mini-grid leveraging natural gas will provide an opportunity for revenue generation for First Nation citizens; by becoming an energy service provider to other self-governing and remote communities of Northern Canada.   
  • Considering a base rate for diesel fuel is $1.036 per liter, plus $0.08 cents per liter carbon tax, this equates to $1.116 per liter of diesel, or $0.1037/kWh and compares to a natural gas cost of $0.016/kWh. 
  •   As such, using diesel fuel for power generation results in a diesel cost premium of 6.48. Furthermore upon considering the conversion efficiency of diesel generators at 18% as compared to a fuel cell electrical conversion efficiency of 44%, this cost premium is more like 15.8. In other words, for every 15.8 cents spent on generating power with diesel fuel, the same power production is possible at a cost of 1 penny by leveraging abundant and affordable natural gas. Additionally, diesel fuel electric power production requires fuel transportation and storage which increases overall cost that exceeds $0.40 cents per kWh.