Integrated Power Technology Corporation™, "IPTC", a privately-held California S-corp founded in 2006 created an Integrated Circuit Digital Power Patent Portfolio garnering substantial investment by a Fortune 500 corporation.
Integrated Power Technology Corporation™ also developed seven patents issued and four applications pending in the United States and Japan for offshore energy production. Today it's primarily focused on Research and Development, Design, Patent Licensing and Technology Transfer of advanced database and electromechanical systems for energy conversion from oceanic resources into fuel, energy-intensive products, or environmental remediation reagents.
As Integrated Power Technology Corporation™'s Renewable Energy Portfolio advances toward Physical Design and Proof-of-Concept, it's well-suited to fit the needs of customers, strategic partners, licensees, and all of humanity, such as:
- Energy verticals, especially Alaska oil interests have applications for hydrogen mainly for refinery purposes, "lightening" heavy oils/tar sands, and enhanced recovery (heating heavy oils) a substantial need for hydrogen intensive "lightening" along with ammonia as potentially a surfactant. IPTC’s geographic data indicates great Capacity Factor around Kodiak Island, near Cook's Inlet -- the port of Anchorage Alaska where energy primes already have a strong presence.
- Utilities (Electric Grid) in the long-term, will benefit once fuel cells or gas fired turbines show technology and market readiness for alternatives to natural gas such as hydrogen or ammonia. IPTC's models show the Turbofoil® competes favorably against natural gas at a price of $6/MMBtu in existing conventional gas turbine electrical generators, or $12/MMBtu if state-of-the-art combined cycle generators are installed. Japan paid $17/MMBtu (LNG) for an average July, 2013 spot price.
- U.S. Navy “Green Fleet” has interest in hydrogen. IPTC's system enables underway refueling thereby proving logistically superior to fixed biofuel farms, while eliminating siting, leasing, and permitting/regulatory costs associated with biofuels. Because IPTC's system operates beyond the Economic Exclusion Zones (EEZ) the only regulatory oversight comes from the International Maritime Organization under the auspices of the UN Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS).
- Offshore and other Renewable Energy Systems Providers have deployed the traditional Horizontal or Vertical Axis Wind Turbines at shallow depths in the ocean. Human resource costs are substantial for insurance for their large crews in dangerous seas. IPTC’s solution circumvents these issues of large crews in harms way. With need to reduce deployment costs, maintenance costs, regulatory obstruction, curtailment, grid over-subscription; without Integrated Power Technology Corporation™'s Renewable Energy Portfolio, these major industrial organizations now face manufacturing over-capacity and industry consolidation despite growing global energy demand.
Sustainability and Social Responsibility
The IPTC system functions especially well in ocean regions in the “Roaring Forties”, availing abundant energy to the historically disadvantaged southern hemisphere developing nations from Australia to South America to South Africa to a plethora of island nations otherwise energy starved. The adaptability of an oceanic energy or energy-intensive commodity recovery and remediation system to most economically and expeditiously respond to alleviate scarcity or emergency conditions for humanity is IPTC's distinction.
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