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Vortex Brands Co. (VTXB) CEO, Todd Higley and Bob Widner of Tripac Systems called in to SmallCapVoice.com, Inc. to discuss the history and disruptive technology behind the Phase Angle Synchronization (PAS) system. PAS is a one-of-a-kind technology designed to address a one-hundred-year-old inherent problem that was thought to be unsolvable: the inefficient power consumption caused by electric motors. Improving consumption efficiency will extend the life of the grid by protecting it from excessive wear and damage, improve grid reliability by reducing line congestion and increasing reserve margin, while creating true cost savings for the utility at no cost for the equipment. Instead, revenue is generated under a Share-of-Savings business model wherein the utility shares the savings with Vortex created by the PAS service on a monthly basis. PAS is designed to address industrial and commercial use applications in a scalable solution where the majority of wasted electricity occurs, and the largest opportunity exists. Clients of the utility benefit from progressing toward carbon footprint reduction goals without capital expense or investing in any new equipment. Operations initially are focused in California before expanding nationwide. For more information visit: http://VortexGreenEnergy.com/video
Recently, Vortex Brands Co. announced the completion of the first Phase Angle Synchronization (PAS) system after receiving funding just two weeks ago for its production.
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