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New Company Promises Carbon Free Electricity

New Company Promises Carbon Free Electricity

Nikkogen Limited (UK) announces the formation of a new company to promote a Zero-Emission Prime Mover System that can be used in conjunction with an electrical alternator to generate clean, carbon-free electricity.

The Zero-Emissions Prime Mover System does not rely on any carbon-based fuel such as coal, oil, or gas, thereby addressing a major concern for the electricity generation industry which traditionally is closely linked to carbon-based fuel and the resulting issues with climate change.
Company Director Ray Jenkins said:

"This new and exciting technology allows for large-Megawatt Zero-Emission power stations to be constructed to meet the increasing demand for clean, low-impact electricity.

Our Zero-Emission Prime Mover Systems have been designed to work with electrical alternators generating clean electricity 24 hours x 365 days a year. With suitable electrical alternators, we can provide electrical outputs ranging from 40 Megawatts through to 240 Megawatts with almost zero ongoing running costs. A typical return on investment (ROI) if you purchase one or more of our Zero-Emission Power Stations is within two years.

We all know that time is rapidly running out in the fight to reduce greenhouse gases and to halt the effects these are having on climate change. By launching this new company, we are informing the power utilities, politicians and key business decision makers that we have the technology that, when taken up, will reduce greenhouse gases and the damaging effects they are having on climate change."

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