The independent parliamentary candidate for Brighton Kempton in 2015 Matt Taylor, is set to welcome a delegation of Moai natives who are traveling to the UK to promote their Moai Tidal electric systems.
Led by John Wanoa from Auckland New Zealand and accompanied by his nephew Desmond Wanoa and colleague Jamyie Patrick Stewart Ngatai, the Moai delegation will first travel to Scotland and Wales before coming to the South Coast, visiting Plymouth, Brighton and Dover as possible sites for their revolutionary Tidal Energy Projects.
Built to produce between 300 and 500 megawatts of electricity from no more than 50 square meters of volume water, the Moai Tidal electric systems are set to change the face of the energy market forever.
Dependent on the tidal flows, tidal generators can be submerged over 50 meters below the sea, invisible to the naked eye and sometimes over 20km from land.
Promoted as a pollution bulk free energy of today, Moai Tidal electric requires no infrastructure, pylons, cables or sub-stations and in return will churn out the main product of solid metal hydrogen rocket fuel and liquid hydrogen jet fuel made from Seawater hydraulics.
John Wanoe, leading the delegation said, “It’s all about the tidal flows. We already have COWI Design Engineers in Denmark drawing up plans for Tidal turbines in Perth in Scotland and Plymouth and Dover in the South.”
With plans to locate Tidal turbines in over 250 countries world-wide, John Wanoa is making no secret of his ultimate goal of providing pollution bulk free electricity to the people’s of the world.
Matt Taylor said in anticipation of The Moai arrival, “This is great news for Brighton because alongside Plymouth and Dover, and other sites in Scotland and around the world, Brighton could boast having a revolutionary Moai Tidal electric turbine of its coast. As a Brightonian and the parliamentary candidate for Brighton Kemptown in 2015, I have been working hard behind the scenes to ensure the Moai delegation visit Brighton. While it hasn’t yet been determined that the tidal currents of Brighton are strong enough to warrant the turbines located of Brighton’s coast, I think it is a great opportunity for Brighton and hope the whole community welcomes the Moai delegation with open arms and get behind this fantastic opportunity.”
With shares available for purchase, John Wanoa invites everyone to get involved, “This is your invitation to take a share in our Sovereign World Co-operative Membership energy future empowering a community to benefit from power produced from the oceans anywhere in the world. We bring peace of mind in common goals. Moai Renewable Energy Society (MRES) and its Director are responsible for presenting contents prepared in this Share Offer Valued Document. It is affordable to any person looking for security of investment fixed for life cannot be taken away.”
For more information about Moai Tidal Electric check out www.moaipowerhouse.com.