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The Flooid Tower

Flooid Power comes from combining two things the Earth has in abundance—heat in the air and the gravitational forces inherent in Earth’s mass. Flooid Power uses ambient heat, displacement and buoyancy to generate affordable, continuous electricity for homes and businesses—all within a self-contained, non-polluting unit that pays for itself in 1.5-3 years.

Flooid Power Systems has designed, patented, built, and tested our revolutionary energy system, which can deliver renewable power anywhere there’s solid ground and air.

The Flooid Tower is designed primarily for microgrids and distributed power applications, in which generation is sited close to the end user, improving demand response and minimizing line loss. Distributed generation systems significantly strengthen traditional power grids, adding redundancy and reliability.

Flooid Power, Building the Future

Flooid Power Project A, a 5MW FT120, is scheduled for completion in Summer, 2021, and will be our first fully operational, grid-connected Flooid Power Center.

Phase I of Project A will provide continuous electricity to approximately 6,000 average US homes (43,800,000 kWhs/year), producing significant annual revenues and demonstrating the Flooid Power process in a local setting. Phases II and III will bring Project A to the full capacity, powering up to 18,000 homes (1,314,000,000 KWHs/year) and producing approximately $9,000,000-$12,000,000 in annual revenues. Businesses typically use more electricity,

Flooid’s Path Forward

FT120, Flooid Power’s 5 MW distributed energy “workhorse”

Standalone 5MW FT120 on 2 acres

Cluster of three 5MW FT120s on 5 acres blends in to provide local power

Flooid Power's Future is the World's Future

  • FT120 can be built as standalones or clusters for the wide variety of customers and applications.
  • Flooid Towers blend in—heavy-duty sheathing customized for the surroundings, can look like brick, modern, or clapboard buildings, farm silo for rural areas, camouflage for military bases, etc.
  • With the ability to build multiple, smaller-scale Flooid Power Centers that can be “hidden in plain sight” near our customers, FPS will focus initially on the lower-cost, lower-output FT120. This “Distributed Grid” model adds redundancy and reliability to electrical service, minimizing cascade grid failures.

Flooid Power Project A will enable FPS to refine the engineering, design, and layout for future projects, minimizing cost and delay as we scale to build the higher-output, higher-cost FT160, FT200, FT300, and FT400, expected to produce between 103MW-109MW continuously, enough for a US city of 110,000.

  • Flooid Power centers have a small footprint and high, continuous ouput, requiring only 4.5 sq-ft/kW or 4,500 sq-ft/MW of installed capacity, comparing favorably with both renewable and fossil-fuel-based power producers.
  • Operational 24/7/365, with redundancy of equipment to ensure power production during maintenance periods and off-duty cycles.

On-site Power in an Urban Setting

With a small footprint and high continuous output, Flooid Power’s future includes providing on-site, distributed power in cities around the world. These reliable, redundant, and renewable microgrids will maximize efficiency while eliminating dips and outages.

Needing only enclosed, vertical space to produce power, Flooid Power is a perfect fit for new construction projects. Using only 200 sq/ft per floor up-and-down 12-40 floors of a building (similar to an elevator shaft), Flooid Power provides standalone, continuous power for its “host building,” as well as for the surrounding community. This means that the owner of the “host building” not only saves on energy costs, but also makes revenue by selling power to the local microgrid.

Small Footprint, High Continuous Output

  • Compression-based energy system has no fuel costs, makes no emissions
  • Flooid Power facilities are compact, requiring only about 4,500 sq-ft/MW of installed capacity, comparing favorably with both renewable and fossil-fuel-based power producers.
  • Operational 24/7/365, with redundancy of equipment to ensure power production during maintenance periods and off-duty cycles.
  • $1.8 million/MW installed equipment capacity for the FT120, less for larger Flooid Towers
  • $0.117 million/MWH installed capacity for actual production per average day—FT120

If you reference the graph above, you will see the Levelized Electrical Cost per kWh is just $0.034 – a fraction of the cost of Wind ($0.12) and Solar ($0.058)