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Paul Isom, CEO of sEnergy, left, being interviewed by Sterling D. Allan, CEO of PES Network, Inc. Jan. 6, 2009.
Paul Isom, CEO of sEnergy, left, being interviewed by Sterling D. Allan, CEO of PES Network, Inc. Jan. 6, 2009.
Update: CAUTION, there are some problems with Paul Isom and his company. - Sterling D. Allan (Since at least around 2011)


sEnergy Technologies is a Salt Lake City company that specializes in making energy-savings products available to commercial and residential customers. These products are alleged to not only save money on electricity, but also improve output quality, with a fairly short time for return on investment.

Contents

About

Products

A partial listing. There are many more besides these.

  • Featured: Store > sEnergy > Conservation >
    Plug Power Saver - The Plug Power Saver is designed to give the motor only as much power as is needs at any given moment, not more or less, thus saving on up to 30% of the energy otherwise used. Also provides soft start to the motor, further extending its life. (PES Store)
"The eCube consists of a food simulant contained in a double-skinned enclosure. The food simulant mimics food temperature at around 10mm below the surface. It is like having your thermostat regulating the temperature by the temperature of the yogurt, instead of the air temperature. Due to its specific design, the eCube ensures that refrigeration keeps food at the correct temperature.
By using the eCube as a cycle control mechanism, refrigeration cycles last longer but can be reduced by as much as 80%." (eCube Distribution)

PES Interviews

Radio Interview

  • Download - On Oct. 21, 2007 Sterling D. Allan conducted a live, 1-hour interview with Paul Isom, as part of the Free Energy Now radio show. Motor efficiency retrofits and 4x-better fluorescent bulbs and more; U.S. business opportunity.

Video Interview with sEnergy Technologies

On January 6, 2009, PES Network, Inc CEO, Sterling D. Allan, conducted a 1.5-hour video interview with Paul Isom, CEO of sEnergy Technologies on site in their Salt Lake City showcase.

Part 1: Overview

Sterling gives a brief run-through of the showcase to show what is going to be discussed in this video interview.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part 1: Overview - This is Part 1, introducing the products. (YouTube; May 31, 2009)

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Part 2: Motor Controllers (1 of 2)

Paul describes sEnergy's motor controller technology that retrofits any inductive motor so that it 1) only pulls as much energy as is needed at any given moment, 2) soft starts. Both of these combined save a lot of energy and enable the motor to last many times longer. Paul also briefly addresses the business model of sales agents, distributors, installers.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part 2: Motor Controllers (1 of 2) - (YouTube; May 31, 2009)
  • Featured: Store > sEnergy > Conservation >
    Plug Power Saver - The Plug Power Saver is designed to give the motor only as much power as is needs at any given moment, not more or less, thus saving on up to 30% of the energy otherwise used. Also provides soft start to the motor, further extending its life. (PES Store)

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Part 3: Motor Controllers (2 of 2)

Paul gives a power controller demonstration.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part 2: Motor Controllers (2 of 2) - (YouTube; May 31, 2009)

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Part 4: Refrigeration Savers (1 of 2)

Here, Paul describes a commercial refrigeration switch device that is put in a refrigerator or freezer to sense food temperature rather than air temperature, so that the compressor is run only to keep the food at the desired temperature, rather than responding to changes in air temperature which vary much more and is not nearly so relevant, saving energy and saving on compressor life.

Paul also addresses some misconceptions regarding power factor correction, which is often over-rated, explaining why the motor controller technology is superior.

He also discusses a line of motors for fans inside commercial refrigeration units, that don't produce nearly as much heat that fights against the cooling objective.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part 4: Refrigeration Savers (1 of 2) - (YouTube; May 31, 2009)

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Part 5: Refrigeration Savers (2 of 2)

Here, Paul describes the eNDO-THeRM Refrigeration Thermometer that reads the temperature of the food, not the air in your fridge, so you can set the fridge to the optimal 40-41 degrees, both saving energy (typically 15%) and making the food last longer, giving you a quick return on investment. For more on this product, see http://pureenergysystems.com/store/sEnergy/eNDO-THeRM/

Paul also describes a fridge window de-fogger energy saving technology.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part 5: Refrigeration Savers (2 of 2) - (YouTube; May 31, 2009)

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Part 7: Ground Source Heat Pump

Paul describes the ground source heat pump technology that takes advantage of the near constant temperature of the ground below around 3-5 feet, so that in the summer you can pre-cool the system using the ground, and in the winter, you can pre-warm the system using the ground.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part 7: Ground Source Heat Pump - (YouTube; May 31, 2009)

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Note about Omitted Segments

The original file from which I was creating these segmented versions seems to have become corrupted. I'll need to segment the remainder of the files using some other program. -- Sterling 5/31/09

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Part z: Financing

This is the last segment in the interview, taped after the main interview.

Here, Paul describes the financing that is available to customers so that the payments they make for the financing, combined with the savings in electricity, actually end up being less out of pocket than they were paying before the installation.

  • sEnergy Technologies Video Interview -- Part z: Financing - (YouTube; June 1, 2009)

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Full Interview, Unsegmented

Low resolution version produced by Robert L Pritchett available at Google Video

  • A Tour of sEnergy Solution's Showcase - Uncut - Providing a line of products that save energy, while increasing quality and saving money for residential and commercial markets. (Google Video; Mar 27, 2009)

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Company Info

Official Websites

Profiles

Company: sEnergy Solution Technoloigies

Paul Isom, CEO

Coverage

In the News


  • Push for 'green jobs' kicks off Corroon's business summits - True to his environmental agenda, Salt Lake City Mayor Peter Corroon introduced his environmental initiative from the showroom of sEnergy Technologies, where compact-fluorescent light bulbs, solar panels and thermostats designed to make refrigerators run more efficiently served as a backdrop. (Salt Lake Tribune; March 13, 2009)

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Contact

sEnergy Showroom

3780 S. West Temple
Salt Lake City
Utah 84115
Phone: 801.296.5465
Fax: 801.296.5464

Shipping

5650 W. 4100 S. #191
Salt Lake City, UT 84128

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