OXFORD, CT–(May 22, 2014) – Go Green Global Technologies Corp., Inc. (OTC Pink: GOGR) (PINKSHEETS: GOGR), an innovative U.S. water and fuel technology licensing, marketing and development company, announced today that the Meriden Housing Authority (MHA) of Connecticut and the Advanced Energy Group (AEG), an Ann Arbor, Michigan based energy conservation services group have selected the 200 MHz Sonical™ Water device for their geothermal system. The Sonical™ is a component of a district geothermal HVAC system. This along with LUMA Solar Roofs and a Solar Thermal Hot Water System complete an Energy Star building rehabilitation to create the first “net zero” neighborhood in the U.S., one that produces as much energy as it uses.
John D’Alessandro, CEO of Go Green Technologies Corp., said, “We are excited to provide our nonchemical solution to meet the innovative goals of the housing authority. Their vision aligns with our goal of protecting the world’s water supply. We believe that their example will be duplicated by other projects.”
Yale Acres, constructed in 1952, is a Meriden Housing Authority (MHA) owned affordable housing complex located in Meriden, CT. There are 49 buildings that are state funded moderate rental apartments. The initial project of the Energy Star rehabilitation consisted of a typical 4 unit model building in the complex. The buildings will have real-time remote Monitoring and Verification of energy production and usage. Initially ethylene glycol, the chemical commonly used in closed loop systems and geothermal applications, was added to the water to eliminate bacterial growth and to help prevent mechanical system degradation and fouling. However, AEG decided to use the 200 MHz technology to eliminate the cost of filling and refilling which is required to maintain a glycol type system. The Sonical™ does away with the cost of properly disposing of hazardous material.
“We are extremely pleased with the Sonical™ device. Go Green Technologies provided a chemical free solution for our geothermal heating and cooling needs. The Yale Acres project shows the housing authorities’ commitment to environmental stewardship. We are creating the model for future economic and community development,” said Robert V. Cappelletti the Executive Director of the Meriden Housing Authority.
The initial project commenced on September 2013 with the installation of a 2″ Sonical™ Anti-Bacterial/Descaler Water Treatment Unit on the manifold of the district geothermal HVAC field loop. The objective was to install an environmentally friendly solution and negate glycol. In the event of a spill or leak the glycol could contaminate soil, adjacent streams and the water table.
Filled by the municipal water supply and then tested after 6 months, the results showed that bacteria were absent in the recirculating water. The original chlorine content was not detected and the laboratory conclusion was that for the parameters analyzed, the water meets the requirements for a satisfactory potable water supply. Projected to be completed in 2015, the MHA will continue to move forward with additional geothermal installations during their Energy Star rehabilitation of the entire Yale Acres complex.
About Go Green Global Technologies Corp.
Go Green Global Technologies Corp. (OTC Pink: GOGR) is a U.S. water and fuel technology licensing, marketing, manufacturing and development company. Through its wholly owned subsidiary, Go Green Technologies Corp., it provides solutions worldwide utilizing the proprietary patented Sonical™ technology for both non-chemical water treatment and fuel combustion applications. The company is a leader in the emerging Pulsed-Power technology sector and has a portfolio of intellectual property that currently includes three United States patents and NSF/ANSI, UL, and CSA certification. Since inception, the company has focused on developing and marketing innovative technologies that lead to a cleaner and more efficient planet. You are invited to visit www.gogreentechcorp.com for additional information.
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