Current News

Current News: September 2010
Green technologies are gaining in world-wide support and commitment as private and public sectors alike are re-visioning far-reaching solutions for of sustainability.  The future of energy is dependent upon low-impact green technologies.  Governments, power companies, investment bankers, research firms and environmental constituencies are working together in bold new collaborative ventures to advance urgently needed and often multinational solutions.  Cold Energy is perfectly positioned to respond to the times, and is proud to receive both national and international inquiries.
Mr. Anthony C. Mamo, the creative mind behind Cold Energy’s  core technology, died in 2005.  Over the course of a prodigious career, he was granted 124 high technology patents (foreign and domestic) - including nine Frontier Area patents - across a number of industries. His brilliance revolved around the fundamental ability to approach enterprise class engineering problems, and solve them with often deceptively simple designs.

It was close to the end of his long life that he conceived the invention that may ultimately prove to have the widest effects, and serve as a suitable capstone to Mr. Mamo's productive activities. Atmospheric Cold Megawatts is a system for the generation of energy based upon the differences in the atmospheric pressure at geographically spaced sites. The invention was awarded a No Prior Art patent (#6,696,766) by the US Patent Office in 2004.

Cold Energy LLC maintains its originating purpose and focus. It continues discussions with governments and potential investors, maintains its business development and global patent enforcement activities, and continues working on further iterations and applications of the design.

Cold Energy LLC is pleased to announce that Mr. Gregory N. Clements of Clements Bernard World Patents has recently joined the CE team in the Office of General Counsel.  He brings international expertise in intellectual property and patent law; mechanical, electrical, chemical and engineering law; and business and contract law.