B.E.A.R. Oceanics has developed the Cape May Shoals Project, a project to convert intermittent renewable energy, such as ocean, solar and wind, and store it thermally. It then delivers the stored energy to shore connections instead of consuming fuel of any kind, and there are no gaseous emissions whatsoever to add to air pollution, acid rain or global warming. The thermal batteries can hold the heat for over 3 weeks so it can be used as needed, rather than as available. You have all the desirable characteristics of nuclear power but without any of the risks, and it can be connected directly to users or the power grid, eliminating the expense and time of new construction. With this technology you can generate completely clean power for $0.03 per Kilowatt-hour, the SAME cost as coal or nuclear power. This is revolutionary.
The company's Z.E.N.O.C.-nn system does not disrupt or affect costs of food production, and it does not consume dwindling supplies of arable land or potable water. By robotizing and automating the process, B.E.A.R. Oceanics can operate the Mobula-OGP2 where there is abundant renewable energy 24 hours a day, every day. Production at sea is safe, abundant and continuous - all at a low operating cost because the system requires only a minimal staff. The electricity is delivered at standard voltage and frequency to the national power grid. Thus, the transition from fossil fuel to green energy becomes gradual, seamless, and inexpensive.