August 8th 2018
GeoStabilzation International® and Casimir Systemics Sign Teaming Agreement to Extract Stored Solar Energy
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. and NEWBURYPORT, Mass., Aug. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- GeoStabilization International® GSI, a leading geohazard mitigation firm and Casimir Systemics, developers of Insitu Conversion of Stranded Anachronistic Bio-Carbon (ICSABC) technology, join forces to access and extract energy previously considered "stranded energy resources" that reside deep within the earth.
Casimir Systemics Vice President and Chief Science Officer, J. Joseph Cohen, said, "Our 21st century process functions to keep environmentally unclean bio-carbons (coal) and their harmful impurities in the ground. Our breakthrough technology permits us to remove the energy in the form of synthetic gas, or SunGas™, which is then piped to the surface to generate low-cost, reliable electric power - all without an industrial footprint. GSI provides the expertise to install our technology at depths and in environments otherwise too difficult to utilize."
According to Colby Barrett, GeoStabilization CEO, "Our passion is to develop and install innovative solutions that protect people and infrastructure from the dangers of geohazards. We specialize in emergency landslide repairs, rockfall mitigation, and grouting using design/build and design/build/warranty contracting. The skills we bring to this team are a natural extension of the engineering and innovation developed at GSI."
Technology for clean extraction of energy
Biocarbon deposits that cannot be economically or technologically recovered are considered "stranded". Casimir's technology does not require the massive infrastructure associated with conventional power plants and is less intrusive than a solar farm or even a single windmill. The foot print for Casimir's process is extremely small and can be sited in an urban environment, underwater, or underground. If sited above ground, the infrastructure would be a small two-story structure of under 1,000m2 (10,000 ft2) per floor.
Using a minimally invasive process, Casimir Systemics' ICSABC patent pending technology harvests the stranded energy resource economically and is environmentally sustainable. This process leaves the earth in pristine condition with no discernible environmental impact.
About GeoStabilization International
GeoStabilization is an international design-build-warranty contractor specializing in geohazard repair. GSI develops and installs solutions that are customized to the varying demands and site constraints of each geohazard encountered. Every project undertaken is completed with one goal in mind: always provide the best value.
Headquartered at 4475 E. 74th Ave., Suite 100, Commerce City, CO 80022 Phone: 855-579-0536 www.geostabilization.com.
About Casimir Systemics, LLC
Casimir Systemics Inc. a SARC Global subsidiary, is an RDE (research/development/engineering) company that has developed a means to extract energy from stranded bio-carbon, convert that energy to electricity and do so at a LCOE (Levelized Cost of Electricity) superior to modern large scale powerplant, and all "sustainable" power generation processes. ICSABC maintains an environmentally neutral impact, while making electricity ubiquitously available to all.
About Irving A. Backman & Associates, LLC and the DATT Group (Developers of Advanced Technology Today)
For almost four decades, Mr. Backman has led a team of scientists, developers, entrepreneurs and business professionals dedicating their intellectual resources and skills for the advancement of earth-friendly technologies relating to the reduction of global warming and climate change.
Irving A. Backman & Associates, LLC is headquartered in Dedham, MA.
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April 30th 2018
February 13th 2018
The Narragansett Indian Nation and Casimir Systemics, LLC Announce New, Non-Polluting, Advanced Technology to Extract Stored, Clean Energy From Coal Still Deep in the Ground
Charlestown, RI and Newburyport, MA -- (February 13, 2018) -- In an historic endeavor, Casimir Systemics, LLC and the Narragansett Indian Nation are launching a joint venture to extract new sources of energy from coal deep under the earth’s surface. The new organization is called the Narragansett SunGas(TM) to Grid Initiative or NSGLI, LLC.
Left to right: Irving A. Backman, Managing Partner, Casimir Systemics, LLC and John Brown, Representative of the Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic preservation Office (NITHPO) at the creation of a joint venture called the Narragansett SunGas™ to Grid Initiative or NSGLI, LLC. The new organization is an historic endeavor to extract energy from coal deep under the earth’s surface.
In the early1600’s, when Europeans first landed in what is today Narragansett Bay, Rhode Island, The Narragansett Indian Nation provided food and taught survival skills to the newcomers. Now, this unique history of taking care of others continues with the utilization of advanced breakthrough technology to combat the world-wide Global Warming/Climate Change crisis.
According to Irving A. Backman, Managing Partner of Casimir Systemics, LLC, “Our breakthrough technology allows for the recovery of clean, non-polluting energy from coal, created over millions of years by the sun and stored untouched deep underground, which we have labelled SunGas™.
“Our SunGas™ is channeled to the surface though a narrow conduit. It is used to generate electricity or undergo further conversion to traditional fuels such as natural gas, gasoline, diesel, even or textile and plastic products,” Mr. Backman said.
The Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office (NITHPO), one of the first Native American tribal groups, through its representative John Brown, said, “We have joined with The Backman Group to make this dream a reality. NITHPO is a federally recognized and designated office of the Narragansett Indian Tribe, authorized to determine all matters on behalf of the Tribe with respect to historic preservation, Indian graves’ protection, religious freedom and other relevant matters.”
“The NSGLI,” Mr. Brown continued, “with the passage of recent U.S. Department of Energy initiatives to encourage tribal groups to develop advanced technology to help resolve Global Warming/Climate Change, will engage in exploration and extraction of energy from solar-created coal deposits that have lain dormant for eons. The electricity obtained from this advanced technology will be available on the grid and will help improve the quality of Indian life though more career opportunities for well-paying employment for high school, graduate and post graduate people. This remarkable breakthrough will more than match the contributions of the famous Navajo Code Talkers who helped defeat the Japanese during World War II."
Our technology for the clean extraction of energy with zero environmental complications.
Casimir’s technology does not require the massive infrastructure associated with conventional power plants and is less intrusive than a windmill or solar farm. The foot print for Casimir’s process is extremely small and can be sited in an urban environment, underwater, or underground. If sited above ground, it would be a small two-story structure of under 1,000m2 (10,000 sq ft) per floor.
Using a minimally invasive process, Casimir Systemics’ ICSABC patent pending technology harvests the stranded energy resource economically and makes sense environmentally. This process has added appeal because it leaves the earth in pristine condition with no discernible environmental impact!
SunGas™ stored energy by-products at-a-glance
SunGas™ can be converted to gasoline, diesel fuel or even jet fuel; or it can be used to make synthetic natural gas to fuel existing power plants that now use Natural Gas. SunGas™ produced by our technology will be virtually emission free. The few gasses that remain are eliminated by very simple scrubbers so that this process outputs essentially zero emissions to the atmosphere.
Casimir Systemics’ technology will be able to fuel thermal power generation. It can produce the synthetic resins to manufacture plastics and can synthesize conventional fuels. Finally, it can be used to directly satisfy the requirements for fuel-cell systems thereby eliminating its carbon footprint and bypassing the thermal fuel energy production industry. By-products are also available for utilization by the steel, iron, aluminum and copper industries.
About the Narragansett Indian Tribal Historic Preservation Office (NITHPO)
The Narragansetts are an historically aboriginal people sharing a common cultural heritage who are the nascent owners of land ranging throughout several states of New England. The organization is headquartered at 453 South County Trail, Charlestown, RI, 02813.
About Casimir Systemics, LLC
Casimir Systemics Inc. has developed a means to extract energy from stranded bio-carbon, convert that energy to electricity and do so at a LCOE (Levelized Cost of Electricity) superior to modern large scale powerplant production. The company is located at 18 Graf Road, #12-13, Newburyport, Ma 01950. Telephone: 978-992-3162 or visit www.casimirsystemics.com
About Irving A. Backman & Associates, LLC
For almost four decades, Mr. Backman has led a team of scientists, developers, entrepreneurs and business professionals dedicating their intellectual resources and skills for the advancement of earth-friendly technologies relating to the reduction of global warming and climate change. Irving A. Backman & Associates, LLC is headquartered in Dedham, MA.
For further information, contact:
January 24th 2018
City Metric's, Amin Al-Habaibeh, published an article on January 24th of 2018 titled "Coal power is dirty – but abandoned mines could help create a clean energy future." In the piece he discusses how energy from coal on a global level is tied to global warming and polution adding that the fuel source is responsible for an estimated 25% of greenhouse gases. You can read Amin's full article here.
January 23rd 2018
Sarah McFarlane and Nathaniel Taplin of The Wall Street Journal share a piece titled "China Sucks Gas Out of Global Market as It Shifts From Coal" on January 23rd, 2018. Within the article they discuss how the East Asian country, currently touted as having the number two economy in the world, is making serious efforts to replace coal derived energy with natural gas. Subscribers can read the full article here.