IAS Licenses its Turbine Technology to Hawaii

International Automated Systems Inc. (IAS) has signed an agreement to license its patent-pending “bladeless” Propulsion Turbine for the State of Hawaii to The Hydrogen Renewable Energy Enterprise, LLC (THREE).

Salem, Utah – August 14, 2002 [SolarAccess.com] THREE is a Hawaiian-based company that has been actively involved in Hawaii’s pioneering energy legislation, which encourages use of the islands’ Renewable Energy. Tests have been conducted by IAS at a university laboratory, at various power plant facilities, and at its own laboratory during the past 18 months. Conservative numbers demonstrate advantages in areas of cost, maintenance, size, efficiency and versatility over today’s conventional turbine under the same conditions. IAS’ advantages will likely make a significant global impact by economically producing power using Renewable Energy such as solar thermal and geothermal. Utilizing these free, and practically unlimited sources of energy has previously been cost prohibitive. IAS’ new breakthrough technology opens vast new doors in the Renewable Energy market. With such advancements, renewable resources can be used to economically produce electricity, heat, and cold air for homes and businesses, or clean hydrogen fuel for automobiles and fuel cells. The turbine is small enough for many homes and businesses to house their own mini power plant.
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