KiNRG has engaged and collaborated closely with expert consultants to evaluate the technical solution incorporated in the Tower plans and has identified a team of experts to complete composite tasks necessary to incorporate the science with physics and construction.
Meteorologists from two renowned universities were retained to analyze the downdraft system metrics and to evaluate the final operational programs. They, in turn, were overseen by an independent tenured meteorological expert to monitor and coordinate their work. An accomplished physicist from another university coordinated the algorithmic programming, which is the basis for the complex operating control system that monitors, controls, and operates the energy production system.
In conjunction with another renowned university, KiNRG added a topflight aerodynamics engineering firm to coordinate wind analysis and turbine blade design. Milwaukee School of Engineering will finalize the engineered design hardware of the patented hydraulic energy extraction and control system. The Fluid Dynamics department of the Milwaukee School of Engineering has reviewed the requirements of the water pumping and water injection system and is prepared to complete technical hardware design.
KiNRG has utilized and will continue to use local counsel and planning engineers in Yuma, Arizona and has retained and uses a public relations firm to coordinate with public officials and agencies.