Z Group Energy

Welcome to Z Group Energy’s
Manufactured
Supercritical Fluid Conversion to Steam for Clean Electricity Generation!
Welcome to $0.045 (€0.036) per kWh
electricity production;
nearly half the current cost of natural gas fueled electricity production!

Click link below to see Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE); Industry Comparison.

Energy Technology LCOE Comparison

photo by onicewallpapers at blogspot.com

The Only SEALED STEAM PRODUCTION SYSTEM
Using Geothermal Supercritical Fluid to Fuel
Electricity Generation !!!

A better way to power our homes, our vehicles and our industries using
geothermally heated, supercritical fluids fueling electricity production.

No fracking, no brine treatment & ZGE’s only emission is clean H2O (water).

Renewably sustainable for many thousands of years.

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Please examine our calculations and decide yourself:

WHY SHOULD THE UNITED STATES HESITATE TO LEAD THE WORLD IN CLEAN, SUSTAINABLE, COST-EFFECTIVE ELECTRICITY PRODUCTION?
Should the United States allocate Research & Development dollars to the greenest ♦ cleanest ♦ sealed♦supercritical geothermal electricity production method?

Should the United States examine the opportunity to utilize our patent???
US Patent 8,381,523 B2
Why should electricity cost $0.07, $0.11 or more per kWh?

Bruce

Contact Bruce at ZGE and ask how we can manufacture SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS for electricity production?

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High within the snow capped mountains of Japan, we find a friendly group of Snow Monkeys enjoying their geothermal hot-springs together.  Snow Monkeys understand that Geothermal Rocks – but haven’t yet learned that manufactured supercritical keeps the lights on at nearly half the cost!

photo by holykaw.alltop.com
photo by www.thewildlifephotographer.com

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Energy is important; not just because we’re surrounded by it; but because we ourselves are LIFE ENERGY.

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For general information: below is a depiction of how a generic geothermal system works.

(not sure of internet source)

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