Z Group Energy (ZGE), head quartered in Coolidge, Arizona is an alternative, clean energy partnership engaged in development and design engineering for sealed geothermal manufacture of supercritical water to be used in electricity generation. Our patented method can produce electricity for nearly half the cost ($0.045/kWh) of natural gas fueled ($0.07/kWh) methods or conventional geothermal methods ($0.08/kWh) with its only emission being clean water. **
Unlike conventional ($0.07/kWh) or enhanced ($0.13/kWh) geothermal methods, both limited geographically to tectonically active areas; our sealed, supercritical system ($0.045/kWh) can be used anywhere with only the drilling depth varying per location. Our innovative system uses no fracking, no geothermal brines, reduces typical electricity production water demand substantially and in turn, emits only clean water as a by-product.
The ZGE patented system is revolutionary in its ability to produce commercially viable quantities of electricity, at nearly half the cost of its closest industry competitor (natural gas), while simultaneously eliminating environmentally hazardous by-products such as nuclear waste, green-house gases, particulates or any other potential pollutant other than H2O.
There are many exciting alternative energy ventures out there as we approach the end of the 21st century’s 2nd decade and we should continue investigating all of them because we don’t know what we don’t know; but along the way we should be considering SEALED, SUPERCRITICAL GEOTHERMAL as a rather obvious contender, since we do know it appears to be the cleanest, most cost-effective energy technology on the table today.
Think of ZGE as your One-Stop-Shop for cost-effectively manufacturing supercritical water and generating electricity all at the same time anywhere, all the time. It doesn’t matter if the wind blows or the sun shines. If you’d like to learn more about this exciting new energy technology, visit our website at www.zgroupenergy.com.
** Average costs shown are for 2016 Levelized Cost of Energy (LCOE) with competing costs obtained from www.openei.or. ZGE LCOE is per ZGE estimates.