OVERVIEW

KiNRG is the innovator and creator of the Downdraft Energy Tower, the only hybrid solar-wind technology on the market today. The tower integrates numerous proven emerging technologies to economically generate an abundance of electricity.

KiNRG’s core objective is to meet the world’s increasing demand for electricity. To achieve this goal, KiNRG will establish financing and energy-profit partnerships globally with utility companies, nations, and independent power sources. These partners will design, finance, build and operate new solar wind towers. KiNRG’s solutions are capable of yielding clean energy to the world’s communities at a reasonable cost without the destructive residuals of fossil fuels.

KiNRG has assembled a team of experienced business, engineering, and scientific consultants to bring this technology to market. Several patents have been filed to further enhance the economic and environmental potential of this revolutionary technology. KiNRG has offices in Herndon VA, Wilmington NC, and Annapolis MD.

The environment is ripe for investment in this innovative source of clean energy. There is increasing global emphasis on green technologies, growing investments in the industry by large banks, Fortune 500 companies such as Google, and sophisticated investors like Warren Buffett, and timely government incentives for clean energy production. The time for development of innovative renewable energy resources is now.

OVERVIEW

KiNRG is the innovator and creator of the Downdraft Energy Tower, the only hybrid solar-wind technology on the market today. The tower integrates numerous proven emerging technologies to economically generate an abundance of electricity.

KiNRG’s core objective is to meet the world’s increasing demand for electricity. To achieve this goal, KiNRG will establish financing and energy-profit partnerships globally with utility companies, nations, and independent power sources. These partners will design, finance, build and operate new solar wind towers. KiNRG’s solutions are capable of yielding clean energy to the world’s communities at a reasonable cost without the destructive residuals of fossil fuels.

KiNRG has assembled a team of experienced business, engineering, and scientific consultants to bring this technology to market. Several patents have been filed to further enhance the economic and environmental potential of this revolutionary technology. KiNRG has offices in Herndon VA, Wilmington NC, Annapolis MD.

The environment is ripe for investment in this innovative source of clean energy. There is increasing global emphasis on green technologies, growing investments in the industry by large banks, Fortune 500 companies such as Google, and sophisticated investors like Warren Buffett, and timely government incentives for clean energy production. The time for development of innovative renewable energy resources is now.

KiNRG'S ROLE

KiNRG’s involvement in each project is to facilitate each Tower’s development utilizing its expertise and energy-extracting techniques which are protected by key approved patents. In turn, KiNRG will receive development fees, licensing fees, and royalties on power sales from each project and/or ownership interest.

KiNRG Towers will be constructed using conventional materials, equipment, and techniques.

Our Towers will provide green electricity for co-located data centers at below-market rates and will also power other high-energy consumption tenants in our Eco-Energy Industrial Parks, such as steel mills, aluminum plants and green hydrogen production facilities.

FIRST DOWNDRAFT ENERGY TOWER SITE IN THE UNITED STATES

KiNRG selected a site in San Luis (Yuma County), Arizona for the development of its Downdraft Energy Tower. After a substantial evaluation of multiple sites in the southwestern United States, KiNRG chose the site that best met its requirements, including climate, geography, zoning, as well as a welcoming environment.

An option agreement was executed to purchase a 600+ acre site in October of 2020. In May of 2021, the City of San Luis, Arizona, approved a “Development and Protected Development Rights Agreement” with KiNRG, LLC. This agreement provides assurance of the necessary local entitlements for development of the first Tower in the City of San Luis. The agreement covers a number of items including land zoning, rights-of-way, and utilities. The City of San Luis will also guarantee the supply of water to fuel the Tower Project for a minimum of 50 years.

Under the most recent design specifications, this Tower has a design capacity and nameplate of 1,950 MWh. Adjusting for lower capacity during seasonal weather variations, the annual average hourly output is approximately 670 MWh.

ADDITIONAL TOWER SITE OPPORTUNITIES

KiNRG has performed climate analysis and has identified locations around the globe that have conditions which will favorably support Towers.

 

Such locations include but are not limited to Southwestern USA, Northwestern Mexico, North/South Africa, Middle East, Pakistan, India, and Austrailia.

ADDITIONAL TOWER SITE OPPORTUNITIES

KiNRG has performed climate analysis and has identified locations around the globe that have conditions that will favorably support Towers.

 

Such locations include but are not limited to Southwestern USA, Northwestern Mexico, North/South Africa, Middle East, Pakistan, India, and Australia.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY

KiNRG has filed patent applications with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to protect its intellectual property. To date, KiNRG has been awarded five patents. The company has judiciously pursued the patent applications that it feels are instrumental in the development of its core technology.

Patent #8,120,191 Issued 2/21/2012

“Efficient Energy Conversion Devices & Methods”

This patent covers a novel hydraulic system capable of maintaining high efficiency hydraulic to electric conversion under a wide variance of wind speeds, as coupled to a plurality of wind turbines in wind tunnels.

Patent #8,517,662 Issued 8/27/2013
“Atmospheric Energy Extraction Devices & Methods”

This patent covers a structure for producing electricity, specifically a Tower capable of adding moisture at the top of the structure to hot-dry air so as to generate a downdraft of wind within the interior of the Tower, vanes coupled to the exterior of the Tower that at least partially define a plurality of elongated pockets to the exterior of the Tower, and flaps located to redirect the incident wind downwards into tunnels to convert wind to electricity.

Patent #8,643,204 B2 Issued 2/04/2014
“Efficient Energy Conversion Devices & Methods”

This patent enhances and broadens previously issued Patent #8120191

Patent #8,727,698 B1 Issued 5/20/2014
“Atmospheric Energy Extraction Devices & Methods”

This patent claims are targeted to represent the advantages of the new Tower structural shape, the configuration of the Tower walls, their composition as well as the wall thicknesses for a given height, along with more efficient construction methodology and enhanced wind force resistance over prior Tower designs.

Patent #10,989,171 Issued 4/27/2021
“Methods and Apparatus for Storage of Compressed Air Energy and the Release and Conversion of Compressed Air Energy”

This is an energy storage system. It uses compressed air derived from the additional hydraulic pressure created when the plant reaches rated capacity, and then releases the stored energy once output falls below the rated capacity.