Synergy is a still developing company, with aim to take the industry lead in producing and distributing renewable fuel, sustainably. Bio-fuels are not new, however Synergy has unprecedented plans to provide an affordable & convenient, alternative fuel source that is separate from existing natural and agricultural supplies. Intending to introduce a new industry and market of harvesting solar energy, providing sustainable fuel for following generations, while preventing global catastrophe thru innovation and sustainability.
Synergy will be giving everyone an opportunity to turn their home into an eco-friendly, cost saving, passive income producing machine while providing an environmentally friendly supply of raw material for bio-fuels.
Synergy recognizes humanities insatiable demand for energy, and with current rates a global catastrophe will be inevitable within our lifetime. We are all contributing to this demand, and the steady destruction of our planets resources. However according to population statistics it will only take 10% of us to provide well over 500 million gallons of bio fuel annually with in 2-3 years. That's 2,450,000 households producing 125 gallons every 4-6 weeks. Thru the use of solar powered algae photo-bioreactors ( SAP's ), made out of cost effective resources as opposed to glass or thick PVC. Initially SAP Systems will only need to be producing 125 gallons of raw material and from there will be scaled to individual requirements, up to the production of 5,000 gallons(+) of raw materiel every 4-6 weeks. This is not anything similar to the large scale fuel production plans that have been proposed before.
Currently I am in the earliest stages of start-up development, and as of this writing I am a sole individual with a vision of inevitable catastrophe unless there is the opportunity for everyone to have meaningful contribution to mitigating and preventing the effects of burning fossil fuels. However as dismal as things could potentially get in 4-5 decades, Synergy has propositions that can potentially avoid far more unorthodox approaches ie: blocking/reflecting the suns rays by putting purposeful pollutants in the atmosphere. In addition to lowering the overall consumption of burning fossil fuels, which are often still used to power electrical vehicles ironically. Racing has been a passion of mine since I was a child, and for years I have been searching for a way to lower my own costs to the environment and at the pump. In doing so I have developed a way for us all to cut gas consumption down by 80-95% a year. After slight vehicle modifications on average costing less than $500, petrol consumption can fall from 250-300 gallons of gas a month, to 6-10 gallons if the temperature goes below 70 degrees.
The industry of energy production will always be essential to humanity's survival. However it is even more essential that the method of production is also sustainable.
To date, despite millions of dollars of research there has not been an efficient method of producing bio fuels that doesn't require more energy going into it than we get out of it. With every passing year fuel consumption unsurprisingly continues to rise, and at current rates it is generally estimated that current reserves will be depleted by the year 2060. It is already argued that electrical vehicles are actually worse for the environment than traditional engines, & with algae energy that argument is over. A renewable combustible fuel would make current engines far more efficient than they currently are.
There are so many, so many ways to produce a raw material for bio-fuel. And then there's even more ways to refine it into different types of fuels and even other products, everything from soaps to cattle feed. In the US we primarily use field corn for conventional ethanol production, and while it makes since to use that since its already readily available, its actually one of the least effective raw materials for bio fuel. I can go into the science-y details with anyone interested,(and hopefully learn a few things myself) but I'm going to the point here and just say that if you want to grow your own fuel, you'll want to start with algae. Anything else will require substantial use of land to grow crops, be it corn, soybean, sugarcane, hemp etc. Losing that agricultural land for corn (or any other crop) ethanol production would result in twice the carbon emissions of gasoline use. No other raw material compares to lipid production like algae, and algae is the only raw material that thru Synergy's SAP Systems will not require the use of agricultural land at all.
Initially I'm looking for to build upon our team that shares our vision of changing the future, together we will take this startup to the next level. In the mean time, I'm looking for resources to continue research and development of the equipment that I have designed thus far, for future scaling and fostering future partnerships. Initial funds raised will be for hiring a web designer, app and social media developer's, patent attorney, mechanical expert, and architect. If anyone has advice for getting this endeavor off the ground, or has any questions feel free to contact me at anytime. I have a written business plan, and am looking to make this grow in any means possible so we can all start having a positive impact. Currently I'm in a very small town in Louisiana, however I'm headed back to my homestate of Michigan within a few weeks, though with in 2-3 years my goal is not only to free the United States from dependency of foreign energy imports, but that everyone is going to be capable of creating their own sustainable solar fuel and power supply.