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GENERGY, LLC WINS APPROVAL FROM THE CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION IN SACRAMENTO FOR THEIR INNOVATIVE “SUBMERGED POWER GENERATOR”, (SPG).
March 29, 2011, The Genergy, LLC Team consisting of Kurt Grossman, Inventor / Chief Technology Officer, Ron Gaiser / Executive Vice President / Communications & Marketing and Glenn Nuttal / Patent Attorney, attended a (CEC) hearing at the capital in Sacramento today to have the commissioner’s reconsider their application that was previously denied by staff clerks due to mis-interpretation of the program guidelines.
“The presentation given at the hearing was well received”, stated Mr. Gaiser after spending the morning with Commissioner’s Boyd and Peterman. “I think they really understand what our “SPG” is now and that it definitely complies with all the guidelines.” Mr. Grossman, the inventor, made the point well when he said, “the SPG is definitely an innovative hydroelectric device worthy of their approval and should be used by all the utility companies, not just in California but in the entire United States.”
With in a matter of only two weeks the California Energy Commission overturned the initial denial and granted approval for pre-certification of the “SPG” with the California Energy Commission.
LINK: View an auto playing video of the technology.
LINK: Investors - Development funds being raised currently.
LINK: (Click, to view their Letter of Approval)