What does green mean to us?  The word “green”, beyond describing a certain color, is also synonymous with money.  Recently, it also describes clean energy technologies, such as our PAS tech.  At Vortex Green Energy, we mean both.  We call it Double Green. (We considered naming our operation Vortex Double Green Energy, but it doesn’t roll off the tongue properly).
The benefits to the environment were shared earlier and are significant when looking at impact on a per PAS unit basis.  The benefits from a hundred units installed during our pilot program are not only mind-boggling but will demonstrate how we can decarbonize the grid on a large scale.  More descriptions and comparisons of climate impact are coming soon.
So, what about the money part of “green”?  Consider this: In California, electric utilities waste about 32 billion kilowatt hours every year.  That’s $3 billion in operating costs wasted yearly.  The PAS tech captures and uses this waste and Vortex Green Energy keeps one-third of the savings.  If we only satisfy a small percentage of that demand (pick a number, any number) the annual revenue potential is very big (a huge pile of “green”) and that money is ongoing and recurring year after year for 20 years or more!
It could have been called, The Mean Clean Double Green Grid Decarbonizing Machine (sorry George Foreman).  But it doesn’t matter what it’s called, it matters what it does.  And we are excited to demonstrate those Double Green benefits with the nation.
With the offering now qualified and the capital raise underway, we shift our focus to creating awareness of the benefits to the planet, people, and profits.  We are engaged in discussions with experts who handle media and public relations as well as social media strategy and execution.  These experts will play a key role in shaping our company story and sharing it with a wider audience.  This sets the stage to broadcast our efforts as we reach various operational milestones.
Additionally, some of our early supporters have volunteered their connections to garner support from industry stakeholders, including introductions to what will be pilot program locations.  While other supporters have offered technical expertise to ensure smooth manufacturing operations for our vendor.  Details will be shared as these early discussions and relationships become formalized.  Until then, DO WATTS GOOD™.


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Vortex Brands AppointsNew Member To Board of Directors

SACRAMENTO, Calif., April 17, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --  via OTC PR WIRE -- Vortex Brands Co. (VTXB) announced today a key addition to the Vortex Brands Board of Directors.
CEO Todd Higley stated, "We are pleased to announce that we have added John F. Nunley III to our board. John has a degree in Electrical Engineering and holds a masters degree in Environmental Engineering. He is a Certified Energy Manager and as the former Director of the Wyoming Energy Office, he has prior experience with earlier versions of the Phase Angle Synchronization technology."
Mr. Nunley stated, "As Director of the Wyoming Energy Office, we were early adopters of the technology and placed three test units at a lumber mill in Saratoga, a railroad tie plant in Laramie and a cold storage facility in Laramie. For the duration of the test run, the consumption efficiency at all three locations was significantly improved.  Specific to the cold storage plant, after the first full month of operation, the monthly power requirements had dropped so drastically that the power company in Laramie sent one of their technicians out to check the meter at the facility.  They were convinced that the meter was broken and needed to be replaced.  After the meter was checked, the technician came back and reported that there were no problems.   The units had actually accomplished two tasks.  First, it fixed the consumption efficiency problem.  Second, because the real power being consumed was more efficiently used the plant required less energy. At the time, it was intriguing to think about the massive potential of the PAS technology once implemented on a large scale."
Mr. Nunley went on to say, "The company went quiet for a while as they pursued the publicly traded route and I am excited to have recently learned that they have reached the point where the technology can now be implemented on a scale that will be beneficial to the utility industry, the company itself and to the company shareholders. I'm excited about what's to come and ready to hit the ground running."
Mr. Higley finished up with, "With John's years of experience and prior experience with an early version of our product, he is passionate about helping us to bring our product to market and will begin immediately networking with key contacts that we want to include in the rollout. We'd like to officially welcome John to the team and have other key additions to our team that will be announced in the coming days."