As utilities, municipalities and industries see increasing costs of electricity there is increasing pressure to hold down or reduce those costs. By partnering with ClearPower,  utilities, municipalities and industries can help  reduce energy costs with it advanced technology.

Will Electric Utilities Embrace the Paradigm Shift?

November 18, 2016

The electric utility industry is currently in the midst of a major paradigm shift that could arguably be classified as one of the most important industry transitions of the 21st century. Successful paradigm shifts usually begin slowly and take time to gain momentum, but eventually there is a tipping point. The tell-tale indicator of a tipping point is credible market competition. If one takes an objective look at the trends over the last decade in financial and energy generation markets, public policy, and the evolution of the consumer, it is clear that material competition not only exists but is also growing rapidly. We will explore three facets of this paradigm shift, namely the evolution of the energy ecosystem, the energy consumer, and the utility mindset.

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ROI and Green Energy

Green Energy Makes Dollars and Sense

ClearPower gives its industry and municipal customers a way to greatly contain energy expenses by generating renewable electricity from the water already flowing through their water intake and outfall pipelines.


Industrial facilities utilize billions of gallons of water every day for processing and cooling functions. The same energy that pushes the water through industrial pipelines (gravity) can now easily be converted into pure green renewable electricity. Along with enjoying a large discount on electricity your company is already buying, local and Federal incentives are readily available for renewable energy generation.


National Public Works reports that wastewater treatment plants serve 189.7 million people and treat 32.1 billion gallons of water every day. Electricity is the single largest expense for wastewater facilities, it often represents over 40% of a water utility’s annual operating budget. ClearPower can provide municipalities with an opportunity to save enormous amounts of electrical expense, reduce carbon emissions and reduce reliance on grid-based power by making simple use of their existing water infrastructure to generate low cost renewable energy.


Industries and Municpalities are under constant pressure to save money. By partnering with ClearPower these entities can take advantage of lowered energy costs and get renewable, sustainable energy for years to come.

Keeping US Jobs

U.S. has lost 5 million manufacturing jobs since 2000

Since 2000, the U.S. has shed 5 million manufacturing jobs as companies face increasing competitive pressures.

In 1960, about one in four American workers had a job in manufacturing. Today fewer than one in 10 are employed in the sector, according to government data.

Those manufacturing jobs are high paying, quality jobs capable of supporting a family and helping communities stay strong. When America loses its jobs, it hurts the entire country.

There are perhaps hundreds of reasons why the US is losing jobs…increase use of robotics, lower labor costs from Mexico and China and so on. However,

ClearPower can help companies and industries keep more jobs by providing a lower cost of energy using their gravity-fed, turbine technology. We may not be able to solve the jobs challenge but we can play a part in helping make your operation more cost effective – providing you with more resources to keep more US workers employed.

According to the National Hydro Power Association, only 3 percent of the nation’s 80,000 dams currently generate electricity, and as we move to a clean energy economy, it is vital that we tap these unused resources.

By installing electricity generation equipment at these currently non-powered dams, America’s hydropower industry can tap the waters already flowing through this existing infrastructure. Converting these dams expands our supply of domestic, renewable energy and maximizes the benefits of our existing infrastructure, while continuing to safeguard the state of our watersheds.

Developing these untapped hydropower resources would create and support hundreds of thousands of good paying jobs that cannot be outsourced. A 2009 Navigant study indicates that installing 60,000 MW would result in 1.4 million cumulative jobs by 2025. Ten thousand of those megawatts will come from converting non-powered dams, creating jobs in every region across the country.

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