OCEES International, Inc.
OCEES International, Inc. is a 21-year old private renewable power generation company incorporated in 2001.
We have developed renewable energy systems based upon the principle of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), a technically feasible way to generate base load electricity and desalinated water by converting power from the natural temperature gradient of the ocean. OCEES engineers have also developed proprietary technology to produce large scale production of green hydrogen from OTEC plants through electrolysis.
OCEES Engineers worked on a research and development OTEC system at the Natural Energy of Hawaii Authority ("NELHA"), that has proven OTEC produces green energy desalinated sea water without the use of fossil fuels.
We also have developed technologies known as Seawater Air Conditioning/Lake Source Cooling (SWAC/LSC). The technology offers green air conditioning without the use of chemical agents.
Acting alone, SWAC/LSC can reduce electricity usage by up to 90% when compared to traditional air conditioning systems. When developed in conjunction with OTEC plants, it operates entirely without the use of fossil fuels.
SWAC/LSC plants use less fresh water and reduce environmental impact when compared to traditional air conditioning methods. SWAC/LSC systems are particularly suited to large commercial operations such as resorts, hospitals, airports, shopping centers, even entire cities.
OCEES Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) credentials with the US Government allow us to apply for agency incentives, grants, financing and contracting opportunities.
Photo Credit: Makai's Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion.jpg by Vitafougue is licensed under CC BY 4.0.