While you drive your fossil-fuel grid charged Tesla and debate climate change, 4,000 women and children died because they didn’t have access to electricity

Is it likely that the energy generation methodology created in the 1800’s is what we should be using in the 21st century and beyond? If we don’t change to something better now, then when will we? Many people have realized energy for tomorrow will have to be different and the time to change is now.

This especially true if you consider what the World Bank says; “Over 1.2 billion people – 20% of the world’s population are still without access to electricity worldwide, almost all of whom live in developing countries. About 2.8 billion people use solid fuels—wood, charcoal, coal and dung—for cooking and heating. Every year fumes and smoke from open cooking fires kill approximately 1.5 million people mostly women and children, from emphysema and other respiratory diseases.”

Can industrialized nations expand their economic growth with an associated increase in energy consumption while we also provide access to electricity for the first time to a billion or more people? Can all this happen while we eliminate any impact on the environment? The answer is yes, but this can only happen when we start to “think outside the 1800’s thermodynamics box™”.

Independent Energy’s new high-tech discovery of how to use centripetal acceleration to enable centripetal force to become a “fuel”, is quite significant. We are looking for a critical thinking visionary who would like to leave the legacy of creating the 2nd industrial revolution, creating economic growth and jobs to billions, providing access to electricity to billions of people for the time ever and literally saving the lives of 1.5 million people or more per year.  You might have the time and luxury to debate climate change but for 4,000 people every day, their time has run out. We have the answer and the time for change is now.

cooking fires kill approximately 1.5 million people mostly women and children, from emphysema and other respiratory diseases.

Cooking fires kill approximately 1.5 million people mostly women and children, from emphysema and other respiratory diseases every year.

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