In the Press
In the words of Bill Tucker, an energy contributor for Forbes, “There is a company out in south central Pennsylvania, where there is clearly no ocean, working to use the natural cycle of the ocean to cool, to heat, to create power, produce water for drinking, etc.” Bill didn’t know what the ocean was capable of doing beyond being used for sailing, fishing, or swimming.
That is, until he talked to Jeremy Feakins, CEO and Chairman of Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE). Jeremy was first introduced to Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation in 2010, and he recognized the positive environmental, social, and economic impact that the organization’s technology would have on the planet.
Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation inspires sustainable living and awareness and generates renewable energy and potable water by building, owning, and operating fossil-fuel free systems that supply affordable, clean power and water for communities. The technology, Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC), leverages the temperature differentials in our world’s oceans between cold, deep water, and warmer surface water found in tropical regions to create renewable energy.
Jeremy Feakins invested in Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation to fulfill a lifelong passion for the environment and sustainability, and because he felt so strongly about its brand, mission, and scientific technology. Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation named Jeremy as the CEO and Chairman a year later.
Since Jeremy Feakins has been at the helm of Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation, the company has achieved much success, including contracts and agreements to create OTEC plants all over the world. In addition, Jeremy and company were featured in a wide variety of publications including Bloomberg, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, and a local publication called the Lancaster Newspaper (LNP). Below you will find a plethora of these media mentions.
"The life of an entrepreneur is a roller coaster of elation and disappointments," Jeremy Feakins said. As chairman and CEO of Ocean Thermal Energy Corp., the Lancaster-based renewable energy company, Feakins speaks from experience. There's elation in bringing to market what Ocean Thermal calls a "global game-changing technology."
Conceptual drawing of Lockheed Martin's offshore OTEC platform. Image credit: Lockheed Martin A technology that could provide electricity to naval bases and islands with the use of super-cold seawater is finally gaining momentum after a hiatus of more than 30 years. The action is in the Bahamas, where the local utility has […]
Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation, (OTC: TDYS) (the "Company", "we" or "OTEC"), a builder and operator of clean hydrothermal energy plants and developer of Seawater Air Conditioning plants for large commercial properties worldwide, today announced that it has completed its reverse merger with TetriDyn Solutions, Inc. ("TetriDyn"), a fully-reporting public company.
OTE Sees Opportunity to Combat Intensity and Frequency of Droughts in the Caribbean with Its OTEC Technology
LANCASTER, PA / ACCESSWIRE / March 1, 2018 / Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation ( CPWR) ("OTE" or "the Company"), a project developer for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) renewable energy plants, announced today that it is planning to actively explore opportunities to combat the intensity and frequency of droughts in the Caribbean with its OTEC technology.
A few years from now, if all goes well, tropical islanders worldwide will look to Lancaster for their clean energy needs. As of Jan. 1, the headquarters of Ocees International Inc. will relocate from Honolulu to the midstate, where three venture fund executives – Jeremy Feakins, Ed Baer and Jim Greenberg – will oversee strategy and operations.
Owner Earl F. Rebman Jr. is scheduled to finalize the sale of the firm's landmark property at 800 S. Queen St. to Queen Development Partners 1 LP. Established by the late Earl F. Rebman Sr. as a candy business in 1909, Rebman's operated as many as three stores around West King and Water streets.
Mr. Jeremy P. Feakins serves as the Chairman of the Board of TetriDyn Solutions, Inc. and has been its Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Secretary and Treasurer since March 2015. Mr. Feakins serves as JPF Managing Partner and Chairman at JPF Venture Fund 1, LP.
Jeremy Feakins believes his five years of patience and persistence is about to be rewarded. Feakins expects his Ocean Thermal Energy Corp. soon will sign contracts to build two renewable-energy power plants in the U.S. Virgin Islands. The plants, costing $500 million to $800 million combined, will be the world's first commercial power plants to use ocean-thermal technology.
Feasibility Study for World's First US-Based Commercial OTEC Plant and Sea Water Air Conditioning (SWAC) Systems in USVI
LANCASTER, PA–(Marketwired – Mar 6, 2014) – Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE) is moving forward with a study to evaluate the feasibility and potential benefits to the United States Virgin Islands (USVI) of installing on-shore Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) renewable energy power plants and Seawater Air Conditioning (SWAC) facilities.
The amount and level of technology being applied to the "green" energy space is impressive. And that is the best part about writing this column; I learn something new all of the time. It's fun and refreshing; kind of like the ocean. There is a company out in south central Pennsylvania […]
LANCASTER, PA–(Marketwired – Jan 13, 2014) – Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation (OTE), a leading developer of environmentally friendly and energy-saving Sea Water Air Conditioning (SWAC) and fossil-fuel free Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) systems, today announced that the Company has completed a reverse merger with a public shell company in the U.S.
Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation Explores Deployment of OTEC Renewable Energy and Water in the Philippines; Conducts Meetings with Filipino Leaders
LANCASTER, PA / ACCESSWIRE / March 6, 2018 / Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation ( CPWR) ("OTE" or the "Company"), a project developer for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) renewable energy plants, announced today that it continues to attend meetings with Government Officials, Filipino business leaders, and the US Department of State to discuss plans for the deployment of OTEC technology in the Philippines.
LANCASTER, PA / ACCESSWIRE / April 3, 2018 / Ocean Thermal Energy Corporation ( CPWR) ("OTE" or "the Company"), a project developer for Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion (OTEC) renewable energy plants, announced today that it has joined the Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC).