"With this energy project designed by a world renowned American engineer with international experience," says Greg Michaels, CEO of NEC and SCT&E, "the company plans on generating 200 megawatts in 18 months and 400MW in 28 months, in addition to developing a Liquefied Natural Gas storage tank within 30 months." The PPA between NEC and CDEEE is expected to be signed shortly and is written with competitive prices compared to the current average prices the CDEEE now spends. Per CDEEE website, it is estimated that the Dominican Republic will save approximately USD$300 million per year which will be redirected to help the people of the country, create jobs and provide opportunity with new energy to expand businesses and keep the lights on.
About North Energy Central (NEC):
NEC is a spinoff of ESA Associates Inc., a Design, Engineering, and Development firm of medium-to-large energy generation facilities. SCT&E acquired a majority interest in NEC that accelerated its plans to build electric generation in both the United States and abroad. A subsidiary of SCT&E, NEC has completed, designed and retrofitted old and built new power projects totaling 8,800 megawatts worth approximately USD$5 billion.
About Southern California Telephone & Energy (SCT&E):
Southern California Telephone Company, dba Southern California Telephone & Energy, is a spinoff of Wholesale Airtime, Inc. established in 1994 by Founder and CEO, Greg Michaels. SCT&E is a vertically integrated Telephone and Energy Company, offering discounted Legacy Voice, Data, Wi-Fi, VOIP, SIP, Cable Telephone, and Telephone Systems. The company also provides renewable energy and energy efficiency solutions, thus blending the world of utility mediums. Additionally, SCT&E is involved in international energy generation and oil and gas projects.
Subsequent to the 1996 deregulation of the telecom industry in the United States, SCT&E is a privately held, facility-based Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) and utility under the CPUC. In addition to its CLEC status, SCT&E is also a Certified Long Distance Carrier (IXC), and a Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP). SCT&E is one of the largest fixed wireless, or Wi-Max, networks in California. The company has multiple locations, with its corporate office located in Temecula, California. SCT&E owns and operates a redundant telecommunications network with switches and facilities on both coasts of the United States.
SCT&E is a California Electric Service Provider (ESP) and has Federal Energy Regulatory (FERC) Authority allowing the company to buy and sell energy nationwide in both the wholesale and retail markets in the USA. Its Energy Division affords consumers the ability to invest in renewable energy systems to include PV Solar and its US non-provisional patent Virtual Power Plant® and US provisional patent pending Battery Energy Reservoir.
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Southern California Telephone & Energy
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