NewtonGen smart city pad or now stackable height: 2 - 8-foot ceilings 4 - 15-foot ceilings units accommodate all your electrical needs on or off the grid, with on-demand renewable electrical generation environmentally friendly zero carbon footprints.
Systems come in supremely efficient solid-state models ranging from 1.5kW to 10kW. For larger electrical needs, we offer the NewtonGen 50 -100 renewable unitized electric substation combining of 2 or more NewtonGen 10kW units.
The system equipped with electrical disconnect switches and fuses or circuit breakers used for power distribution and to control, protect and isolate electrical equipment. Substation switchgear uses both to de-energize equipment, to allow someone to work and to clear faults downstream.
The NewtonGen stackable renewable unitized electric substation produces low-voltage less than 1000V and NewtonGen can be installed inside or outside. With medium-voltage circuit breakers for distribution circuits, along with Bi-metering, controller, and protection equipment.
Unlike fuel, solar or wind Turbine the NewtonGen can be installed and operated in these areas.
This revolutionary smart city on-demand renewable electricity generation system powered by our proprietary NewtonTRQ magnetic torque machine v2 and it requires no sun, wind, water and or fossil fuels.
NewtonGen game changer for Low Voltage on-demand renewable electricity generation and are expected to make electric utilities, solar, wind, and gas electricity generation obsolete, at a fraction of the price.
NewtonGen accommodates all you’re electrical needs on or off the grid.
Key features based on 2nd generation NewtonTRQ operate more efficient and intelligent. The 96V BLDC starter motor is powered by our lithium iron phosphate LiFePO4 96V battery with CANopen Communication Protocol. Provides the electrical current needed for operating. The starter motor spins the Electric Clutch transmission input to 1000 RPMs then the clutch will engage.
Example: NewtonGen 10 kW can generate on-demand renewable electricity 24/ 7/365 system requires no fossil fuels, sun, wind or water. Per day electricity result in kilowatt-hours: 192 kWh or 70080-kilowatt hours per year. A NewtonGen 10 kW would produce, 10kW × 365 days × 24 hours × 80% = 70080 kWh in a year. 10 kW NewtonGen fully installed average cost $2.50 per watt or $25,000 before the 30% tax credit. NewtonGen Bi-directional metering makes an average of 59681 kWh credits annually.
Example: Assuming unshaded south facing array a 10 kW solar power system will produce between 29 and 46 kWh per day or 16790-kilowatt hours per year. Calculation assumes 46 kWh at 24 hours a day all year round on average, over the year depending on the location in which it is installed. 10kW (kilowatt) solar systems typically sell in the US (as at March 2017) for between $2.95 and $3.50 per watt meaning a cost of between $29,500 and $35,000 before the 30% solar tax credit.
Solar Bi-directional metering makes an average of 6391 kWh credits annually.
Example: A 10-kW wind turbine can generate about 60 kWh or 21900-kilowatt hours per year. Calculation assumes wind availability at 24 hours a day all year around. A 10 kW wind turbine costs approximately $48,000 – 65,000 to install.
Industry estimates project annual output of 30-40%, but real-world experience shows that annual outputs of 15-30% of capacity are more typical. With a 25% capacity factor, a 10 kW turbine would produce. 10kW × 365 days × 24 hours × 25% = 21900 kWh in a year. Wind Bi-directional metering makes an average of 11501 kWh credits annually.
According to the conversion of units, 1 kWh = 3412 Btu or a U.S. residential utility customer uses yearly is 10,399 kilowatt-hours (kWh) which equal to 35,481,388 Btu yearly. But if you convert fuel to electricity, they will lose energy because of the inefficiency of the generating process. We refer to this inefficiency by using the heat rate, which is the actual amount of fuel required to produce 1 kWh. For example, if the heat rate is 8000 Btu, then the efficiency is 3412 ÷ 8400 = 40.6%. Here are the efficiencies for different fuels (usually for turning a steam turbine): Coal: 33.6% Petroleum: 25.5-33.3% Natural Gas: 29.4-44.8%
Note: National average calculation and values for systems installed.
Residential Renewable Energy Tax Credit
A taxpayer may claim a credit of 30% of qualified expenditures for a system that serves a dwelling unit located in the United States that is owned and used as a residence by the taxpayer. Expenditures with respect to the equipment are treated as made when the installation is completed. If the installation is at a new home, the "placed in service" date is the date of occupancy by the homeowner. Expenditures include labor costs for on-site preparation, assembly or original system installation, and for piping or wiring to interconnect a system to the home. If the federal tax credit exceeds tax liability, the excess amount may be carried forward to the succeeding taxable year. The maximum allowable credit, equipment requirements and other details vary by technology, as outlined below.
Oct 26, 2018 - In 2017, the average annual electricity consumption for a U.S. residential utility customer was 10,399 kilowatt-hours (kWh), an average of 867 kWh per month. Louisiana had the highest annual electricity consumption at 14,242 kWh per residential customer, and Hawaii had the lowest at 6,074 kWh per residential customer.
Bi-directional metering is available to customers who install renewable such as Renewable Electricity Generation sources and operates the generator in parallel with their utilities company's electrical system. If the customer generates more electrical energy than is used from the utility electrical system, then the customer receives a kWh credit, which is applied to future bills.
NewtonTRQ magnetic torque machine v2, Made from DuPont materials never rust, offer strength, impact resistance, and low-friction attributes needed to take the load generated stress in drivetrain transmission systems while significantly damping noise and reducing weight inherent in metal gears.
Our proprietary 40W@96V Self adjusting Electric Clutch transmission input spins to 1000 RPMs. The clutch will disengage with the Starter motor, and then neodymium magnetic wheelhouse takes over running at 1000 RPMs.
CPU, I/O, Motion Controllers, CANopen Communication Protocol with industrial security functions.
System rides on 4 radial deep groove ball bearings, double row, made of Polyamide (PA).Freedom from maintenance, excellent wear resistance, consistent coefficients of friction, higher loads, Non-metallic, corrosion resistance, smooth running, low humidity absorption, dirt resistant, longer life.
NewtonTRQ neodymium magnetic wheelhouse neodymium magnets are the strongest permanent magnets available and 2–2.4A@96V stepper motors influencing the magnetic force. These manipulations generate 80 Foot-pounds of torque.
The output uses our proprietary 40W@96V self-adjusting electric clutch transmission. This controls the torque and RPMs to the generator. Providing superior performance and reliability.