Rekom Trust Renewable Energy Conversion Center (RECC)

As an integral part of the DragonsHeart Future Cities concept, the Rekom Trust initiative of the "Renewable Energy Conversion Center" (RECC) is an integrated project that is designed to provide full-scale economic proof that the U.S. has viable options for achieving energy independence by incorporating a continental scale integration of omnipresent solar energy inclusive of energy derivatives such as wind (Clear Wind systems), wave, hydro, supermagnetics (Dragon, scalar wave energy harness, Tesla wireless power transmission, the new cold fusion Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi system for creating vast amounts of heat energy, and biomass resources. 


As an integral part of the DragonsHeart Future Cities concept, the Rekom Trust initiative of the "Renewable Energy Conversion Center" (RECC) is an integrated project that is designed to provide full-scale economic proof that the U.S. has viable options for achieving energy independence by incorporating a continental scale integration of omnipresent solar energy inclusive of energy derivatives such as wind (Clear Wind systems), wave, hydro, supermagnetics (Dragon, scalar wave energy harness, Tesla wireless power transmission, the new cold fusion Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi system for creating vast amounts of heat energy, and biomass resources. 

Baseload electric power and/or hydrogen will be produced, stored and transported to provide comprehensive economic viability data and establishment of best practices, practical knowhow, and technology transfers for enabling the U.S. to achieve essential Energy Security. 

Each RECC baseload generation facility will provide about 2.2 gigawatts of electricity and/or hydrogen from a project site of approximately 50 square miles. Construction requires combined efforts from project development contractors, component manufacturers, and suppliers for a period of 3 to 5 years per Renewable Energy Conversion Center. 

Each site employs 50,000 as direct support for construction. New jobs in the manufacturing and supplier sectors will employ 750,000 workers and produce considerably larger additional economic growth benefits throughout the U.S. economy. Wage earners at each site will receive about $3 Billion USD. 

Additional RECC site developments will provide long-term employment and widespread economic development for an estimated 10 million employees. 


Achieving National Energy Security 

National Energy Security will be accomplished by harnessing sustainable energy resources to produce electricity and/or hydrogen. Technologies with proven capabilities will be mass manufactured as modular subsystems, largely by automotive manufacturing processes and techniques, to enable rapid deployment to meet strategic needs for National Energy Security. Hydrogen and/or methane will be delivered by proven pipeline technologies, barge, rail, and truck transportation. 

Each RECC will produce energy sales in excess of $3 Billion USD annually, from initial investment of $15 Billion USD. U.S. Patents and corresponding international registrations provide protection of the investments. 

Ten million new jobs are anticipated as a result of this anti-inflationary and sustainable economic development in the energy, transportation, electric power, farming and manufacturing sectors of the U.S. economy. This will provide high quality employment and overcome presently escalating costs that exceed $1 Billion USD every 50 hours for continued dependence upon imported oil. 

This project will provide practical ways and means to overcome controversies about U.S. citizens receiving an exorbitant share of finite energy resources from foreign sources and causing worldwide unemployment, economic inflation, water pollution, greenhouse gas induced atmospheric changes, social hardships, hostility and military conflicts. The RECC Sustainable Electricity and Hydrogen Economy Concept is founded on the urgent need to responsibly overcome the ominous implications of U.S. oil reserves now at less than 2% of world reserves while U.S. oil consumption is more than 26% of world production. 

Sustainable Economic Development 

The initial RECC will serve as the training center for personnel that will construct and operate at least fifty additional Renewable Energy Conversion Centers. This will provide accelerated accomplishment of U.S. Energy Security and assures continued economic development without environmental pollution. Carbon will be sequestered from biomass wastes including sewage, garbage, farm wastes, and forest slash to provide high strength components that enable extremely durable and efficient operation of subsystems that harness solar, wind, wave, hydro and other resources. 

To create and sustain the RECC multiple site economy requires contracts with many existing and new companies that are associated with the U.S. Construction, Mining, Steel, Materials, and Manufacturing industries. As these companies become fully operational in the production of RECC technologies, many spin-off ventures will produce new products that will enable countless additional U.S. business developments along with essential improvements in the world economy that will be funded through the USDF initiative (see Section 6).  

Global Prosperity And Concordance 

The world economy requires many thousands of similar Renewable Energy Conversion Centers in their Future Cities (as well as currently established population centers) to reliably meet present and anticipated energy demands. This will facilitate global prosperity as the purpose for Civilization as widespread employment develops along with the satisfaction of establishing feasible opportunities for continued success by future generations. 

RECC General Design Specifications

  1. Surface Area - Ten (10) mile diameter circle area.
  2. Tower Structure Area - Center-line at 3.1 mile diameter with hexagon tower Structure 450 feet both side of the center-line.
  3. Tower Height - 1500 feet above ground level.
  4. Hexagon Tower Colony - Seven 300 feet diameter hexagons joined, 1500 feet high.
  5. Hexagon Colonies - The 3.1 mile diameter circle has 58 hexagon clusters joined equaling 400 shafts, 1500 feet high.
  6. Shaft Material - Extruded Ribs - Rust resistant Corten tubing, Side plates - Multi width with rust resistant wall structure panels.
  7. Site of Tower Structure - Seismic evaluation to determine tower structure foundation and or bearing support design.
  8. Crane requirements, required for Building, placing items during repair and maintenance. 

Hydrogen Production Fuel Model 

Our model prices renewable hydrogen fuel at $0.13 per vehicle mile driven. 

  1. Cost of 10,000 employees      $.05 per vehicle mile driven
  2. Cost of capital equipment       $.04 "   "
  3. Vehicle Conversion Kits          $.02 "   "
  4. Fuel Cost                                           $.01 "   "
  5. Taxes, etc.                                        $.01 "   " 

(The cost to own and operate a conventional car is at best equivalent to the hydrogen vehicle operation of $0.13 per vehicle mile driven, disregarding the volatile price and shortage of conventional oil derived fuels.) 

Business Justification Summary

  • Employ 10,000 per 300,000 vehicle population
  • Hydrogen fuel cost of $0.13 per vehicle mile driven
  • Each hydrogen vehicle can clean enough air per day for three homes Clean one million homes per 300,000 vehicle population Avoid the pollution of 300,000 cars burning fossil fuel Saves 2.38 million barrels of oil per 300,000 vehicle population Ten years 4.8 trillion barrels of oil saved (double supply each year) Full employment without inflation 

To accomplish the mission of expanding renewable energy globally, the company is developing the following large scale renewable energy projects:

  • Manufacture solar photovoltaic panels with energy storage
  • Construct renewable energy power stations are use the energy from power stations to manufacture hydrogen
  • Participate in wind generation development and the manufacture of wind turbines. Integrate wind, solar, supermagnetics, Tesla wireless power transmission, Rossi cold fusion heating systems, methane cracking and biomass energy power systems and stations
  • Mine and refine precious metals needed for the manufacture of solar panels, wind turbines, and the production of hydrogen fuel, and hydrogen on-demand systems. 

The above four objectives are dependent upon item four, the availability of precious metals and rare earth elements. This phase of ownership is being finalized along with sustainable financing. 




Hydrogen Economy 

The subject companies are financially and technologically ready to implement manufacturing facilities for the mass production of renewable energy products that provide sustainable economies for communities up through one million people. 

The one million people model is based upon efficiencies of infrastructure and transportation. Larger populations can be accommodated through replication of the one million person model. 

The model integrates solar, wind and biomass energy resources, as site appropriate, to accomplish the renewable hydrogen economy. 

The hydrogen economy's most immediate humanitarian need is for transportation to disperse globally by retrofitting existing internal combustion engines for operation with hydrogen or conventional fuels. 

Hydrogen is the ideal fuel when produced through the use of renewable energies such as solar and wind for the extraction of hydrogen from water and biomass. Also, hydrogen can be produced from coal and natural gas while yielding less pollution. 

Technologies are ready to facilitate the rapid scaling of employment in the U.S. and Worldwide within a few years.  

The first demand is for the manufacture of vehicle hydrogen fuel storage tanks. The hydrogen tank complements the existing fuel tank., or may be used for new hydrogen vehicles. 

Simultaneous with the manufacture of converted vehicles is the construction of solar power stations for energy to operate electrolyzers to produce large quantities of hydrogen from water and other available hydrogen sources. An ideal hydrogen fueling station will provide fuel for 600 vehicles daily.

Employment of 10,000 will manufacture components for fueling stations, power stations, vehicle retrofit kits and associated infrastructures. 



TOOLING                                                                                                 ($ Billion)

  • Metals Recovery and Processing                                     $0.5
  •  Electrolyzers for Production of Hydrogen               $0.7
  •  Sequestration of Hydrogen and Carbon                    $5.0
  •  Hydrogen Storage Tanks                                                     $1.6
  •  Hydrogen Fueling Stations                                                 $0.2
  •  Hydrogen Vehicle Kits                                                          $2.0
  •  Hydrogen Fueled Buses                                                       $1.0
  •  Wind Turbine Generator                                                     $1.0
  •  Photovoltaic solar panels                                                    $2.0
  •  High Energy Storage Capacitor                                       $1.0
  •  Phase I Tooling (Total) installations                          $15.0 Billion


  •  Solar Power Generation Stations                             $3.0
  •  Wind Power Generation Stations                             $1.0
  •  Czech Wind Farm Installation                                    $0.2        
  •  Solar Power Towers                                                         $10.0
  •  Sustainable Housing for U.S. and Mexico            $10.0
  •  Waster Water Treatment, Purification                 $5.0
  •  Water Desalinization Plants                                        $0.9
  •  Russian Pipeline Infrastructure Installation      $10.0
  •  Phase I Installation (Total)                                         $40.0 Billion 

The above Phase 1 Tooling and Installations ($55 Billion U.S. Dollars) represent a model that can be replicated a number of times resulting in the "Renewable Hydrogen Economy”.  




Development of alternative energy resources include sunlight to electricity photovoltaic arrays that are super efficient, the "cracking" of methane gas to provide hydrogen for internal combustion engines, and carbon fiber for use in the hydrogen fuel tanks. The use of rare earth metals and carbon fiber to create high efficiency magnets that are eighteen times stronger than presently available magnets. 


Besides gold, gold mines yield a number of other useful minerals, including rare earth metals that are necessary for the manufacture of the high efficiency photovoltaic cell and high efficiency magnets. These rare earth metals allow the cells to be laminated in a way that makes them more efficient while creating a higher output of electricity. The solar panel arrays will have an attached grid with a current running through the grid that acts on the molecules to create ozone that is released into the atmosphere to replenish the ozone layer that is in the process of being destroyed. 

Because the electricity is "free", once the photovoltaic cells are installed, the power companies will have a 25% cheaper, much cleaner source of power than their present generating plants fueled by coal, oil and natural gas. Ninety percent of the savings must be passed on to the consumer. Power storage condensers will provide a backup of electrical energy for the cracking of methane gas for the hydrogen and carbon content. The hydrogen is a super clean fuel suitable for internal combustion engines that now burn gasoline Relatively inexpensive alterations will be necessary on these engines and their fuel tanks in order for them to burn the hydrogen fuel which has no pollutants in the exhaust. Besides not producing any pollutants, the hydrogen burning engines will actually reduce the pollutants already present in the atmosphere by burning them at high temperature in the combustion chambers. No auto production jobs will be lost. 

Actually, jobs will be created as new engine technology is developed for mass production to utilize the hydrogen fuel to its full potential. The cracking of methane gas also yields a long grain carbon fiber to be used n the hydrogen fuel tanks. The source of the methane gas is municipal sewage waste, which naturally produces the methane gas and, after extraction of the heavy metals, can be used as a fertilizer. 

The super efficient magnets will be produced using the carbon from the methane cracking and the rare earth metals from the gold mine ore. These magnets will have many additional benefits in plasma technologies, and frequency based applications because of the inherent technological applications based on vortex math. 


Many of the benefits of this project are evident. By producing electricity from sunlight, which is abundant in the American Southwest year round, our dependence upon imported petroleum and petroleum products can be reduced. Using hydrogen to fuel internal combustion engines will have the same effect, and, since fewer coal, oil and natural gas power producing plants will be needed, dependence upon foreign oil can be greatly reduced. This will have a direct effect o the pollutants released into the atmosphere and the soil. Another benefits will be the effect less importation of foreign oil will have on this country's balance of trade deficit. Internal combustion engines that burn hydrogen will last much longer than gasoline or diesel engines, while requiring less maintenance and repair. The extraction of heavy metals from municipal wastes will prevent the pollution of the soil and water sources with these metals, while providing a cheap source of fertilizer as a by-product to the production of methane gas for hydrogen/carbon extraction. 

The super efficient magnets will have many applications. Wind generators will be much more efficient, producing more electricity. Electric motors utilizing the magnets will make all electric vehicles a reality with their lower electrical demand. Storage batteries will last longer, the vehicles will go farther and faster on a charge, and fuel cells can be utilized in place of storage batteries so that no recharging is required. Many other applications are possible. 


Production facilities will be located in Florida, California, Arizona, New Mexico, Wyoming, and selected other global geographic locations. 


Lead time for production is relatively short because present technology will be used.  




The renewable energy sector has finally taken its first major steps globally to allow the proliferation of these and other technologies. Methane from fields in Russia, US, and other parts of the world is produced from fissures in the crust, permafrost melts, and undersea releases of hydrates. One planned action is to drill relief holes where applicable, and drain the methane off for cracking. This method provides hydrogen and carbon (for fiber) as methane has 6 atoms of hydrogen joined with 3 atoms of carbon. 

Regular pipelines and storage tanks are too porous for this gas and it leaks. The carbon fiber produced from the conversion process will also go into creating composite materials for the manufacture of these transport mediums. This composite is lower cost than current gas pipes and storage tanks, and will not rust or leak. 

The tower structures of the RECC will be made of this composite material. 

Ozone will be another by-product of the conversion processes, and released back into the atmosphere to replenish the diminished ozone layer. 

Vehicle engine manufacturing will be re-tooled for hydrogen fuel, with no loss of jobs. Gas stations will be refitted with hydrogen fuel facilities, and over time, will no longer sell gasoline or diesel as fuel, but hydrogen and possibly electricity. A gallon (liquid) of hydrogen costs 13-18 cents to manufacture and deliver, and will provide approximately a 900 mile range, with water as a byproduct. 

The profits will come from the sale of hydrogen and carbon. 

This project will produce many benefits, including cleaner air, replenishment of the ozone layer, cheaper electrical power, cleaner, longer lasting automobiles, and a reduction of dependence on foreign oil; with the added benefit of a reduction in the balance of trade deficit. By exporting solar panels and wind generators, the rest of the world can receive the same benefits. 


Rekom Trust Projects Snapshot

 The following is a list of Rekom Trust Projects that are currently awaiting logistics requirements for deployment:

  1. Solar panel manufacturing and production farms, 5-10 years, $2.5 Trillion
  2. Wind generator manufacturing and production farms, 5-10 years, $2.5 Trillion 3. Low cost housing in the United States, 5 years, $300 billion
  3. Human and animal waste recycling projects, 5 years, $8 billion
  4. Trans-continental canal in Mexico between the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean with a port at each end, along with railroads and highways to connect cities, destination plants, dams, hydroelectric generation systems and water hyacinth plantations, 5-30 years, $4-5 Trillion
  5. Steel frame housing facility for low cost housing in the U.S. and Latin America, 5 years, $200 billion
  6. Development of the oil and gas fields in the Ukraine and Russia, construction of refineries and construction of pipelines from the Ukraine and Russia to Vladivostok and China to supply crude oil, 10 years $800 billion
  7. Steel and wood frame housing facility in the Ukraine, 5 years, $300 billion
  8. Central Europe dam project for flood control, 5 years, $50 billion
  9. Three automobile manufacturing and assembly plants in Europe, 3 years, $3 billion 11. Low income housing in the Ukraine and Russia, 5 years, $4-5 Billion 12. Various other humanitarian projects to named later as funding becomes available.


© 2002-2015 Humanus Global Holding Foundation  - All Rights Reserved                                                                       PRIVACY STATEMENT  |  TERMS OF USE