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Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC)

Allen Hydro Energy Corporation (AHEC) is a renewable energy startup with a US Patent # 8,400,007 B2 entitled "Hydroelectric Power System". The "AHEC Hydroelectric Power System") issued on March 19, 2013 for an innovative process that seeks to generate large scale hydroelectricity from within 70 Story Buildings (AHEC Hydro Power Plants) that  could be constructed downtown in any major metropolitan city in the US or Internationally.  Once validated, AHEC innovative power plants would be able to meet the energy needs of any developing or developed country by offering a replacement for their aging and closed fossil fuel power plants. Once validated, If validate, AHEC Hydro Power Plants would offer a cheaper, cleaner, and safer alternative.

Full Disclosure: AHEC is seeking funding to have a 7 foot operating model built to validate our innovative process of storing water and recycling the same water to generate hydroelectricity with additional power from solar panels.  


Clean Power Plan believes that Nationwide, the Clean Power Plan could help cut carbon pollution from the US power sector by 32 percent from 2005 levels by 2030.  If validated and widely utilized, AHEC Power Plants could potentially have the effect of removing 25 million tons of crude oil equivalent and 50 million tons of coal from the environment.


If validated and widely utilized, AHEC Hydro Power Plants could potentially reduce carbon pollution from the US and the World Power Sector by 100 percent by 2030. 

AHEC is currently open to disussing seed and early stage startup capital from US and International Funders, Individual, Angel and Venture Capital Investors for purposes of validating the AHEC Hydroelectric Power System. 


If the AHEC Hydroelectric Power System is validated, it could be an economic development opportunity for leaders who are serious about creating green manufactuirng jobs in their state and generating new sources of revenue.  


If validated, AHEC's Power Plants would  offer a Climate Change Solution that could reduce carbon pollution without limiting power production. Our dependence on burning fossil fuels for power generation will nolonger be necessary.  Contact Allen Hydro Energy Corporation to discuss funding opportunities or a Private / Public Partnership.


AHEC is also open to discusinng  the opportunity to license our technology to US Power Companies and to relocate our International Headquarters. 

 

Each AHEC Hydro Power Plant could be funded through development deals with each individual country.  AHEC plans to construct and operate each AHEC Hydro Power Plant and share revenue with partnering governments, investors and partners, if validation is successful. 


If validated, the AHEC Hydro Power Plants Proposes the following hypothetical strategies:    

  • Would Use Existing Large-Scale Hydroelectric Equipment 
  • Would Use 40 Francis Turbine Generators (28,000 MW) Capacity
  • Could Generate A Net Positive Energy Output
  • Zero Carbon Emission
  • Would Charge A Flat Monthly Price To Consumers
  • AHEC Power Output Could Be Portable Technology
  • No Above Ground Transmission Lines Would Be Required
  • Could Meet Peak and Off Peak Demands for Power when Operational

If validated, Allen Hydro Energy Corporation could potentially supply large-scale clean renewable hydro power to residential, commercial and industrial customers.

 

If validated, Allen Hydro Energy Corporation could potentially supply federal, state and local governments, colleges and universities and Public Schools with large-scale power at a reduced flat monthly price.

 

If validated, Allen Hydro Energy Corporation could potentially provide large-scale clean renewable power in developed countries like Canada, China, Brazil, South Africa, Russia, India and Japan. 

 

If validated, Allen Hydro Energy Corporation could potentially provide large-scale clean power to developing countries like Haiti, Trinidad and Tobago, Liberia, Ethiopia, Syria, Nepal, Pakistan, Ghana, Iraq, Mexico, Egypt and Afghanistan.