Personal Power Project

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Corporate Power

The power when “We” need it!  What do you think the possibilities are for Corporate Power?

As much as we might like to end corporate power we will see that in a world where everyone is included, no one left out, corporate power will be here when we need it.  Corporations will see that we are no longer dependant and powerless.  In turn they will listen to our request, “Provide us with the clean green power and we will pay for it when WE need it”.

Who would you have to be to play this game?

Everyone Included, No One Left Out!

In a world that everyone is included and no one left out we need corporate power to re-charge our electric cars.  We need it for those long trips where we cannot connect to our personal power source, solar and wind generators, and our standard utility company at home when we need it.

We thought converting all highways to solar power and feeding that back to electric cars would be a good idea.  The problem is who would pay for it?  You and me through increased taxes.  This is not a good idea!

So what are the possible options?  All restaurants, shopping malls, hotels and motels, that see the opportunity will be our future and convenient Corporate Power Stations and we will forever, with a big smile, wave good-bye to the gas stations.  Imagine, no more waiting in line at the gas station to pump the ever-increasing price of gas.  No more wars fighting over fossil fuels.  What a concept!


Scalable Corporate Power

Imagine you are driving long distance and you are running out of power.  You press your GPS system and up pops the nearest place for a Re-Charge It Power Station, a local restaurant with preferred parking!  You are so smart!  You even have a ZEV parking decal on your windshield, the Parking Pass for the Parking Space.

You pull up to the restaurant and the usual handicap parking spaces are right up front.  The next best parking spaces are just a few for “Electric Cars” and these spaces are scalable.  The more you need the more parking spaces you equip for charging cars.  The restaurant marks up their cost of electricity to gain a profit.  Once they install the solar and wind generators their profit greatly increases.  This creates a new income stream for the restaurant and decrease the demand from the utility companies.

You drive into your parking space, plug-in your car, take note of the space number, walk into the restaurant.  While you wait for your table you run your credit card through a reader and enter your parking space number.  Your car is fully charged in 10 minutes while your eat.

Now that is service and you have just helped to clean up the environment and end all wars over fossil fuels!  Time to enjoy a good meal.  What car charges in 10 minutes?  Check out the Zap-X or convert the car you own at Left Coast Eclectic or a similar company.

Corporate Power Distribution

What corporations, restaurant chains, and shopping malls, and motels will see the opportunity and take action first?  We will be contacting them to see.  Who will sponsor the Personal Power Project to help get “Our Word” out so it begins working for you, me, and the rest of the world?

Bring people in this project and we will promote those companies and locations that take action.  We are looking for volunteers and we will put you through a three-month training program that will prepare you for a career in the Go Green field.

We are the clearing house for helping to make it happen and to keep the information coming your way through the Personal Power Project.

The human race is not a parasite that will eventually kill this planet.  We are a race that is full of love and compassion and we are making this planet a truly exciting and better place to live for each new generation, one person and one generation at a time.

The map above shows the average retail price of electricity in the U.S. by state in 2003. It ranges from around 6 cents/KWH to 17 cents/KWH. The U.S. average for 2007 is 10.65 cents. To see the numbers for the current year click here. If we use the average, the cost to recharge the Volt will be $0.85, and the range for 2007 will be from 48 cents to $1.34 depending where you live. Clearly for 40 miles of driving at present gas and electric prices, there will be a very significant cost savings. Of course, there is some uncertainty of where these numbers will be when the Volt arrives in 2010.

After the first 40 miles, the combustion engine generator will kick in. This will keep the battery at a 30% state of charge. This 3-cylinder 1L engine will get 50 mpg fuel efficiency. To calculate the fuel efficiency for drives longer than 40 miles use the following formula: Total MPG = 55*M/(M-40)

ENERGY DIVERSITY AND SECURITY

There is also strong energy security value for driving this car. The following graph illustrates where the power of the electric grid comes from:

Certainly the renewable sector has room to grow, but overall you can see that coal, of which the U.S. has a tremendous supply, is the main source of electric energy. So in actuality, the Volt is a coal-burning car.

This may dissatisfy certain environmentalists. But widespread adoption of this vehicle will likely lead to increased consumer adoption of home-generated renewable energy such as solar panels, whose prices are dropping and efficiencies are increasing. This will allow one to drive “for free”.

Electricity is 50 percent to 75 percent cheaper than gasoline as a source of vehicle power

 The GM-Volt is here! Click  picture
GM-Volt & GM-Volt energy cost

The missing link!  “METERED FOR POWER” EV charging stations

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California Gov. Jerry Brown signs ambitious renewable energy mandate into law

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Be a part of the Personal Power Project and experience what happens as you begin to empower yourself and those around you.  Contact us at 866-853-0803 and we will include you and the difference you make in the Personal Power Project! If you have an interest in Go Green products, services, or being a Green Energy Consultant please fill out the form below.

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