Electric Energy Store Creates Green Jobs in Nevada
Nevada, United States – March 31st, 2010
The Electric Energy Store Inc (EES) and On the Border Motors (OBM) both privately held companies have unveiled plans to develop and construct a new Alternative Energy Angular Force Generator (Windless Windmill) production and assembly plant in Nevada that will supply project developers in North and South America.
The facility will be approximately 350,000 square feet with annual production capacity of 182,000 Alternative Energy household and commercial use units and a house a 100-megawatt energy testing facility. The facility is expected to employ approximately 1,500 Nevada workers and create even more jobs during the construction process. EES will identify potential sites for the facility and will develop the facility for the group.
In addition to production and assembly at the new plant, domestic U.S. manufacturers will make most of the key windless windmill components. When EES selects a suitable site, it intends to arrange the financing of the costs of site acquisition and the construction and operation of the assembly facility from its own funds.
The affordable real estate in Nevada and the proven record of accomplishment of Nevada’s skilled workforce made Nevada the ideal location for the assembly and production plant, the companies said.
“This multi-million dollar investment in Nevada will further advance clean energy initiatives while allowing out of work Nevadans to re-enter the work force in high-paying, stable, green jobs.”
The facility is also expected to supply generators for the proposed 600-megawatt Lakota windless windmill energy farm that Electric Energy Store and members of the Lakota tribe are developing in South Dakota.
The project has been focal point of support from some local and national politicians as Electric Energy Store based in Las Vegas Nevada would be in line to receive stimulus funds to help develop the project.
Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) introduced legislation that, if passed, would restrict any renewable energy project that uses less than 100% U.S. made components from receiving tax payer subsidies and grants.
Schumer and cosponsors Sens. Sherrod Brown (D-OH), Bob Casey (D-PA) and Jon Tester (D-MT) also wrote to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner asking him to stop all grant payments from the ARRA until the “loophole” allowing foreign companies to apply for funding could be closed. The Senators also said that of the US $2 billion in program funds that have already been spent, 79% has gone to creating jobs overseas.
The wind industry has received most of this $2 billion; today Angular Force Generation also known as windless windmill technology creates a new paradigm. It makes Electricity without wind or solar. It makes no emissions and it available today not some far off distant future.
“The truth is, by law, Recovery Act grants can only be used to finance projects that are being built in the United States. This proposal would torpedo one of the most successful job creation efforts of the Recovery Act for China or India, Billions of dollars spent overseas and what do we get? Higher taxes and fewer jobs” say Paul Croskrey President of Electric Energy Store. Paul Croskrey also says”We will create thousands of jobs with our technology right here in the US. We will be an exporter of our Green Energy product to these countries instead sending them our money and exporting jobs.”
The announcement of this manufacturing facility should create quiet a storm in Washington, Electric Energy Store plant plans on opening manufacturing this year. The facility completion date will be announced on or before June 8th 2010 Energy Independence Day and Windless Windmill AFG Generators will start rolling off its lines by September 2010 at temporary facilities until the primary manufacturing plant is completed.
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