who we are

We are a team of committed engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs who believe that our inventions and technology can and will have a positive impact on the welfare and well-being of mankind.

We continue to do research and development on our technology and create new and innovative intellectual properties based on our inventions.

our history

  • We began our quest 7 years ago. Our initial research involved developing an efficient steam generation system that could improve upon Rankine cycle isobaric heating. The objective was to produce steam using mechanical methods that effectively eliminated boilers.

  • At the time we believed that injecting water at ultrasonic velocities towards an impact target would result in the water clusters being shattered from the kinetic energy of the impact. The impact would overcome the electrostatic binding energy and would result in a phase change for less energy than that required for a basic boiler horsepower of steam.

  • Fast forward many years and significant funds expended in R&D we eventually came to the realization that the crushing of the cavitation bubbles, which saturate the injection stream, was responsible for the heat generation.

    There were many subtle nuanced factors to making the system work, not to mention the precise geometry of the impact chamber and the orientation of the injector nozzles as well as injection timing and chamber temperature and pressure.

  • There were many other design obstacles that we faced. These included the design of a high pressure water pumping system that is energy ultra-conservative and injector drive electronics and the control computer to manage the energy flow through the system.

  • The present provisional patent, filed recently, represents the synthesis of our years of trial and error and will prove to be a workable basis to a fully scalable steam generation system.

Our Mission

The industrial revolution was built on steam. Steam technology, other than power generation turbines, has largely disappeared from our technological landscape. Controlled cavitation energy systems changes this picture.

Cavitation based steam can be generated for less energy and hence less cost. We envision that this technology will bring about another industrial revolution where machinery in energy production and utilization and transportation are re-engineered to consume boilerless steam.

In countries throughout the world, endowed with minimal fossil fuel supplies, the prospect of generating power for a fraction of the fossil fuel cost is very exciting. CCES makes this possible.

Our long term objective is to commercialize this technology to reduce fossil fuel energy dependency with a clean environmentally friendly alternative. We will be very satisfied if we can improve the standard of living for populations in developing and developed countries.