A new energy drink company is poised to become a monster.
Westar Energy has patented an energy transfer technology that would transform water into energy, according to a company press release.
It is an energy harvesting system that uses energy in the form of an electrolyte in water to convert it into usable energy.
The company has also patented its technology for energy conversion and storage, and it has the potential to revolutionize the energy market by creating a network of energy storage plants that can store excess energy from the electricity grid and then use it for transportation, transportation fuel and even as fuel for electric vehicles.
In order to develop its technology, Westar Energy plans to build a prototype plant that will use a series of concentrators to extract the electrolytes from water.
Westaar is currently testing the product with its customers.
The Westar Water Capture & Storage (WASC) plant is a solar-powered prototype, according the company.
It can capture more than 8,000 gallons of water in a single day and store that water for up to 24 hours.
The WASC plant uses an electrolyzer to separate water from the air in the process.
When the electrolyzer stops working, the water can be reused.
The process is also environmentally friendly, using up to 25 percent less water.
As a technology, it’s quite different than the more common process of using a process called electrolysis, which uses the presence of chemicals to separate air and water.
However, that technology is costly and requires a lot of energy.
Instead, Westaar WaterCapture & Storage uses a process that uses the electrolyte of the water it collects in the electrolyzing process.
It uses the water to generate energy, converting it into a liquid.
“The Westaary Power Transfer system uses an electrochemical process to extract a concentrated liquid from water,” said John E. Zieger, president of Westaarch Energy.
“This concentrated liquid is used to produce electricity that can be stored and transported by the power grid.”
Zieger said the system will allow customers to generate electricity when they have to use it, even when they’re not using it, and to use that electricity for transportation.
The energy transfer system is designed to use solar panels to collect water from a source like a storm drain, which can then be converted to electricity when needed.
In addition to creating electricity, the system can also convert excess water into a biofuel, like biodiesel, which is also used to power vehicles.
The technology can also be scaled up for large projects, with a project that is currently in the works involving the WestaAr Energy plant in Colorado.
“This technology is a major step toward a sustainable future for the water industry,” said Paul L. Stumpf, CEO of Westar.
“We are excited to work with the industry and bring Westar’s innovative water capture & storage technology to the water supply and energy market.”