Chaac was featured in the Box Elder Innovation Summit as a breakout session speaker for new technologies. As Box Elder County, Utah is the home of the first project site, this was a great opportunity to showcase the patent-pending Airborne Atmospheric Water Generation System to residents, agricultural producers, and county commissioners. Thank you Box Elder County for allowing Chaac to bring a new untapped water source to your residents and producers! Together, you make our vision achievable and we're excited on bringing an abundance of freshwater and renewable hydropower into the area.
Chaac’s founding team met with a delegation from Jamaica, chaired by the Jamaican Minister of Science, Energy, and Technology (Hon. Fayval Williams) and the U.S. Ambassador to Jamaica (Ambassador Donald Tapia), hosted and invited by the World Trade Center - Utah. It was a great opportunity to identify the challenges of Jamaica’s energy and water needs and the convergence of Chaac’s solutions to bring unlimited value to the island.
Excerpt from the article:
“CEO and [Co]Founder of CHAAC Technologies, Jake Hammock, has an innovative solution to address both power and water shortages on the island.
“We’re building an airship that will be tethered to the ground and condensing water vapour out of the atmosphere at such a rate that we can send the water down to a controlled water tubing that will generate hydro-kinetic pressure into a hydro-kinetic turbine to produce a hybrid[ity] of both water and power,” he said.
His solution can generate between 5,000 and 50,000 gallons of water per day and five megawatt hours of energy. It is also portable and can be set up in two 40-foot containers.”
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Huge thanks to the World Trade Center - Utah for allowing Chaac to be apart of the discussion and for your continued support on bringing power and water to the Beehive State.
More excited news to come!
Chaac Technologies was proud to attend the Family Office Impact Summit at the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. Focused on family wealth investment in high-impact areas such as water shortage, gender equity, and renewable energy, this summit demonstrated how private equity can be brought to bear to help solve many global challenges.
Co-Founder and COO Sam Kimzey had the honor and pleasure attend on behalf of Chaac, and also, in coordination with the Utah World Trade Center, co-host the post-summit reception.
Sam noted, “This summit was a great way to get the word out about Chaac, our technology, and our impacts on both the water and energy sectors. We are committed to bringing better, cheaper, and more equitable water and energy to the globe and this summit confirmed that there is a great partnership between the United Nations, many family offices, and startups.”
Co-Chaired by the World Trade Center - Utah and Utah’s Governor’s Office of Energy Development, Chaac was selected to present at the Energy and Mineral Foreign Investment Task Force meeting in Vernal, Utah - just ahead of the Uintah Basin Energy Summit. The Chaac team explained the core mechanics behind the Airborne Atmospheric Water Generation System, use-cases and operational efficiency metrics - to include how our economic viability scales for healthy corporate growth and job creation. Fun fact: in the Uinta Basin, an approximate 25% relative humidity exists; given that our technologies will perform >90% efficiency in 40% relative humidity climates, the MVPs under development would produce 35,000 gallons of freshwater per day in this austere arid environment. And, all while being completely self-powering via the hydropower produced redistributed back into powering the system for off-grid continuous operations. More exciting news to come!
Interested in a glimpse of our patent-pending Airborne AWG system? How about our revenue model or profit projections? Or just to see Jake and Sam present?
Check it out here.
*produced by FilmBison Media.
Chaac is proud to announce that we are now officially a member of the Utah Clean Air (UCAIR) Partnership!
It's exciting that as a byproduct of our renewable energy atmospheric water generation solutions, we will be able to make a direct impact to combat inversion in the Salt Lake Valley via our airborne technologies. For those unfamiliar with the negative air/atmospheric effects of what inversion is/causes, please check out the following UCAIR page: https://www.ucair.org/inversions/
What is Chaac committed to do? We aim to significantly reduce, if not completely eliminate, inversion via airborne in-take of pollutants, such as carbon and methane, trapped below warm-air streams; all while creating renewable hydropower in the process. The yield: providing renewable energy and removing toxic pollutants to promote clean air and clean power.
We are excited to announce that we have been selected to present at the New York Venture Summit being held July 9th and 10th. We can’t wait to present our technology and vision to this major group of investors and peers this summer. More details to follow as we continue to move forward!
Chaac Technolgies CEO Jake Hammock attended the Utah Governors Energy Summit on May 30th. The summit covered a range of topics and is the largest event of its kind in the Intermountain West region of the United States. Conference keynote speakers and attendees included Utah Governor Gary Herbert, Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon, US Secretary of Energy Rick Perry, and others from industry and government.
Jake noted “introducing our cutting edge and revolutionary energy technology to the world is a key focus for Chaac. This conference provided a great forum to engage with the energy community in Utah and the United States. We were thrilled to be in attendance and excited on about the path our company is charting in the clean energy space.”
Chaac Technologies is happy to announce that we have been accepted into the Clean Energy Business Council, Middle East and North Africa.
The CEBC, MENA is a leading forum for companies and government entities focused on the development and deployment of clean energy in the MENA region. Their goals are to:
Promote the clean energy industry which is beginning to flourish in the region and inform the wider community of the benefits of the sector, collaborate with government agencies and other stakeholders in policy development and regulation of this rapidly developing and exciting sector;
Develop a series of strategic alliances with research institutions, international associations, media and others to drive the delivery of clean energy solutions for MENA;
Coordinate the gathering of data and information on the sector to ensure relevant benchmarking and transparency in the sectors development; and,
Support and assist governments, industry and the community in the region to meet low carbon targets and sustainability goals.
Chaac is proud to be a member of this fantastic organization and look forward to working further in the region.