The NES is a technological innovation that converts unused expansive energy into mechanical energy, leading to 80% energy savings for vehicles of any size.
It will perform in any passenger or commercial ground vehicle (regardless of vehicle size, shape, or mass) and achieve the same performance as the internal combustion engine with zero tailpipe emissions.
Power output greater than or equal to that of an internal combustion engine.
A significant charge range of ~375 miles on a 30 gallon tank in an 8,300 lb. Excursion.
No harmful tailpipe emissions.
The headline patent was granted by the USPTO on January 8th, 2013.
Compressed air engine and power train system, United States Patent 8,347,616 Shofner January 8, 2013
Additional patents filed for the technologies.
Revenue streams: Strategic Alliances and Licensing Agreements
We have contacted and met with one of the largest package delivery companies in the world regarding installing/field testing this system in their vehicles.