Nomadic mobile charging™️ - On The Road to Scale

Portland, Oregon - Mt. Hood rises over US Highway 26

The Classification Problems of Lithium Batteries

Current US Federal DOT regulations treat all vehicle batteries the same. Even very safe, non-volatile battery chemistries like LFP and LTO are categorized the same as those that are much more volatile, dangerous and potentially toxic. This poses obstacles to the development of our Nomadic mobile charging™️ vehicles. A vehicle design that could have required large amounts of batteries positioned in a cargo space —under the current view of the Federal Laws, could be constituted as hazardous materials transportation and presented us with considerable hurdles to make sure we remain in compliance. This is a broad problem, that is largely due to the vague definitions and lack of Lithium battery class distinctions in current US Federal and State Laws.

Engineering Solutions

Zero Emissions & Fuel-Cells

Fuel-cells are a transitional solution to energy generation and delivery. The energy density of Biofuels exceeds that of any current battery technologies by an order of ≥ 10x. The use of Biofuel presents the opportunity for our network to extend services into a wide rural area surrounding metropolitan centers while storing all the required energy in a traditional liquid fuel tank. The distribution of dense energy then becomes feasible with little or zero added infrastructure, as the current liquid fuel distribution supply-chain is matured and fully scaled, world-wide. A similar strategy has been implemented in China by Bo Hydrogen Technology who have illustrated a successful deployment track record of over 2 years and counting. This technology embodies a highly suitable stopgap solution while US regulations adapt and domestic battery supply improves. Biofuel-cells produce only a single gaseous emission, CO2. Green Biofuels such as Methanol can be produced by a number of sustainable methods regionally. Methanol could find support among rural timber producing communities of the Pacific Northwest by creating a high value economy from waste distillation of biological feed stocks such as wood, paper or hemp pulp. Biofuel acquired via these methods is a carbon neutral energy source. Emissions and residual carbon footprint will be further offset by green initiatives we will initiate and invest in such as recycling and reforestation efforts.


Supercapacitors do not require the same reactive chemicals as batteries and could serve as a means of storing direct electrical energy without the same regulatory obstacles of lithium batteries. Similar to a battery bank, these devices need to be housed securely within an enclosure with a mechanistic high-voltage safety disconnects. Some challenges still exist with current Supercapacitor technologies. For example, they typically have ≥ 25% energy density than lithium batteries. Unlike a lithium battery, the capacitors are capable of recharging ≤ 60% faster. We have identified Supercapacitors as a synergistic compliment to the biofuel-cell technology in our hybrid platform design. Due to the fact that Supercapacitors weigh considerably less than lithium batteries, we are able to reduce the design and operating cost of the Nomadic charge™️ vehicles used in our service network.

Solutions Implementation and Service Network Growth Time-Line

The demand for clean reliable energy supplies for this new class of electric powered vehicles increases every day. We aim to meet the demands of our service subscribers, our investors, environmental initiatives and most importantly the world population who's demands are a global reduction of carbon emissions.

During the first year of operation our Nomadic charge™️ service prototypes will be rolled out to select Northwestern metropolitan areas. Our hybridized energy delivery service platform will excel beyond competitors abilities by reaching much larger suburban and rural areas as well as maintaining consistent fast-charge subscriber coverage in established metropolitan markets. As we grow into our second year of service we will reinvest to maximize growth to allow our services to reach the 25 most populated metropolitan areas in the United States. By the end of our third year of growth we aim to have achieved complete US market saturation with our service network in all 50 states. This is our vision of rapid growth to realize an American Zero Emissions future.

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