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Insta-GridTM Business Plan

Insta-Grid Business Plan TM

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Space; Energy & Communication applications.

Founders:
Shawn Boike & Dr. David Hyland
American Industrial Co. & Insta-GridTM
Long Beach, CA. 90803
Telephone: 562-338-9911/562-341-1919
Fax: 562-343-5660
spboike@Insta-Grid.com
dhiland@Insta-Grid.com
DUNS #962375700
SIC Code 8748-0203
PSC #AD23
NAIC: 333999 (Mfg. Misc.) MS Partner

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This business plan is presented here to benefit and promote the services of Insta-Grid. The information
and ideas herein are the confidential, proprietary, sole, and exclusive property of Insta-Grid This plan
should not be construed as an offer to sell securities. This document and all information and expression
contained herein are the property of Insta-Grid Co., are loaned in confidence, and may not, in whole or
in part, be used, duplicated, or disclosed for any purpose without prior written permission of Insta-Grid

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1. Non-Disclosure Agreement
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This Evaluation Material is being delivered for informational purposes and upon the express understanding that
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Dated: July 21, 2017 Doc Ref# 170721- (your initials)

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(Full Non-Disclosure Agreement is in Appendix A)

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extent provided in the resulting contract. This restriction does not limit the Government's right to use information contained in
this data if it is obtained from another source without restriction. The data subject to this restriction are contained in sheets 2-125
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The information contained herein is submitted as the privileged and confidential property of the Insta-Grid Company pursuant to
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shall not be duplicated, used or disclosed in whole or in part outside the recipient organization without the express written
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Table of Contents
Founders:................................................................................................................................................. 1
1. Non-Disclosure Agreement .................................................................................................................. 2
2. Executive Summary ................................................................................................................................ 5
2.1 Objectives .......................................................................................................................................... 6
2.2 Mission .............................................................................................................................................. 6
2.3 Keys to Success .................................................................................................................................. 7
2.4 Revenue Streams............................................................................................................................... 7
2.5 Benefits to our Consumers ................................................................................................................ 7
2.6 Benefits to our Investors, Partners and Sponsors ............................................................................. 8
3. Company Summary ................................................................................................................................. 9
3.1 Company Ownership ......................................................................................................................... 9
3.2 Intellectual Property.......................................................................................................................... 9
3.3 Start-Up Costs Summary (Entire Section & $# Being Revised)........................................................ 11
START-UP FUNDING (numbers in thousands, 000) ............................................................................... 11
START-UP ........................................................................................................................................... 12
3.4 Company Locations and Facilities ................................................................................................... 14
4. Products & Services ........................................................................................................................... 15
4.2 Markets with an Existing Niche for INSTA-GRID ............................................................................. 18
4.1.1. Self –Powered Cell Phone Towers .......................................................................................... 19
4.1.2 Advanced Habitation Technology ............................................................................................ 20
4.1.3 Self-Powered Tents .................................................................................................................. 20
4.1.4 Bimini Tops and Convertible Tops ............................................................................................ 21
4.1.5 Powered Clothing ..................................................................................................................... 22
4.1.6 Point-to-Point Communication Clothing .................................................................................. 22
4.1.7 Clothing with Tactile Messaging/Touch Devices (Beam Me! or the “Intimate Touch”) .......... 23
4.2 Protecta-grid Nuclear Hardening & Bullet-Proofing US .................................................................. 24
4.3 ENERGY FROM SPACE; The Future of US All can use Powerstar ..................................................... 25
4.4 INSTA-GRID Technologies Explained: .............................................................................................. 28
4.4.1 Substrate Layer (Media & Fabric)............................................................................................. 28
4.4.2 Solar Cell (Printed Photovoltaics) ............................................................................................. 35
4.4.3 Microwave (Patch Antenna) ..................................................................................................... 39
4.4.4 Coatings & Packaging: .............................................................................................................. 45
5. Market Analysis ..................................................................................................................................... 46
5.1 The Overall Marketplace: ................................................................................................................ 46
5.2 Worldwide Energy Demand: ........................................................................................................... 46
5.3 US Electrical System Marketplace ................................................................................................... 49

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5.4 Electro-Magnetic Hardening Grid ................................................................................................... 50


The Basics of Grid Security ................................................................................................................ 50
EMP and the Shield Act ..................................................................................................................... 51
5.5 Communications & Space Satellites ................................................................................................ 54
5.6 Competitive Landscape ................................................................................................................... 55
6. Strategy and Implementation Schedule ................................................................................................ 62
7. TEAM MANAGEMENT ....................................................................................................................... 65
7.1 Key Personnel: ........................................................................................................................... 65
7.2 Team Mates: Consultants, Key Suppliers, Members (Revise w/Visuals) ........................................ 66
8. Financial Plan / Economics (Revise) .................................................................................................. 67
10-Year Overview: ................................................................................................................................. 67
10 Year Employee Chart: ................................................................................................................... 69
9. REFERENCES & LINKS ............................................................................................................................. 70
9.1 (References for section 4) ............................................................................................................... 70
9.2 Important LINKS: ............................................................................................................................. 70
APPENDIX A ............................................................................................................................................... 73
APPENDIX B (In-Work) ............................................................................................................................... 79
TEAM LEADERSHIP & KEY EMPLOYEES:................................................................................................. 79
Appendix C-Fabric & Media (Being Revised) ............................................................................................. 84
Fabric & Media Technologies & Benefits .............................................................................................. 84
Appendix D-Solar (Photovoltaic) (Being Revised) ..................................................................................... 85
Solar Cell Efficiencies ............................................................................................................................. 85
Solar Cell Mfg. & 3D Printing ................................................................................................................. 85
Solar Cell Production Costs/KWH. (USDOE) .......................................................................................... 85
Appendix E-Microwave (Power Transmission) ......................................................................................... 86
Retro-Directive MW Patch – Antenna Transmission............................................................................. 95
Microwave Mfg. & 3D Printing ............................................................................................................ 102
Microwave Production Costs .......................................................................................................... 102
Appendix F-Coatings & Packaging/Options (In-Work) ............................................................................ 103
Coating & Packaging Technologies...................................................................................................... 103
Coating & Packaging Benefits & Applications ..................................................................................... 103
Coating & Packaging Mfg. & 3D Printing ............................................................................................. 103
Coating & Packaging Production Costs ........................................................................................... 103

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2. Executive Summary
The Insta-Grid Company presents Insta-GridTM, the world’s first & only Solar Microwave Fabric (SMF). Insta-
Grid provides cross-industry solutions for empowered, self-sufficient living through local-area
implementations and wide scale energy and communications distribution, as well as national security and
potential defense applications, through a network of orbital satellite stations. Insta-Grid has the potential
to transform the global energy industry and is offering investment returns of more than 100% in a $1.8
Trillion/Yr. business.

Combining the latest clean energy technology with printed electronics, Insta-Grid is an unprecedented Commented [ALJ1]: You only need to identify it as a trademark
once, generally with the first usage.
breakthrough technology. Solar Microwave Fabric is a thin, flexible membrane printed with solar cells for https://www.forbes.com/sites/work-in-progress/2014/03/12/when-
energy collection and microwave antennas for wireless energy transmission and/or communication. Custom and-how-do-i-have-to-use-trademark-symbols/#1301b756c0af
circuit designs can be integrated into the fabric for use in varying applications, and once the “printing
algorithm” is programmed for a given application, the fabric can be manufactured in large quantities like
traditional textile or printed products.

Insta-Grid products are divided into three groups that define the distinct investment opportunities available.
Their summaries and estimated market values are included below:

(1) Energy Production and Distribution – Insta-Grid fabric can simultaneously act as a solar power
production device and a microwave transceiver for the wireless transmission of power. The fabric can
be integrated into residential, commercial, or industrial structures, vehicles, personal devices, clothing,
or can be simply used as a mobile standalone power source. ($50 Billion/Yr.)

(2) The fabric is also an integral part of the Power-StarTM satellite design, a network of which will create an
orbital system capable of providing instantaneous around-the-clock power delivery to adequately-
equipped receivers worldwide. ($2 Trillion/Yr. @10% Market)

(3) Industrial and Utility System Protection – Protecta-GridTM, a variant of Insta-Grid that includes
munitions-resistant structural reinforcement and a tuned nuclear hardening grille, can be used to
envelop critical large scale national infrastructure components. ($1.7 Trillion US alone)

Following an abbreviated startup R&D period, Protecta-Grid will serve as the flagship product, creating a
revenue stream that will drive research and development for consumer and commercial implementations of
Insta-Grid. The preliminary array of Power-Star satellites will be launched shortly thereafter, and further
implementation will follow as market demand increases.

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The New Solar Microwave Fabric


Printed Patch
Printed Solar
Arrays Antennae

Solar-
Microwave
Fabric

P ower
Solar
cell
Transm
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Solar
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Conductive coating (ground) “Collectenna”
Substrate lay er
Shima Seiki-Fabric Mfg.

Fig.2.1: Simplified construction techniques for “Insta-Grid” TM (Solar Microwave Fabric)


Insta-Grid’s strategic approach to market penetration, innovation, and dominance focuses on a large-scale
view of our vision of the future. Our world-class leadership team has been recruited from some of the
largest, most successful companies on the planet, and has already begun to develop team members and
the overall corporate structure into an agile, progressive group that will continuously evolve our products
and manufacturing systems from their inception. With investor support, we will work to propel humanity
into the future and help ensure the survival and prosperity of our nation and our species.

Required investment capital for this venture totals $500M for the first five years, with a minimum pledge
of $71M per investor. In return, an equivalent stake in company ownership will be conferred to each Commented [ALJ2]: Just an idea on how you could limit the
number and caliber of investors without outright defining how many
investor. you want -- encourages people to be serious in their investment
pledges, too.
2.1 Objectives
Insta-Grid’s primary corporate objectives are: Commented [ALJ3]: So we’re building cellular phones and
A. To be the market leader in wireless solar energy, communications, and unified products and services towers, we’re a cable and internet provider…??? These are WAY
too general.
within five years & well into the Future.
B. To become the lowest cost provider for energy, communication, and wireless products. Drive an Commented [ALJ4]: Again, this is just not possible and wholly
unverifiable….”best” and “most” aren’t words you can use in this
aggressive pricing model throughout multiple focused industries. broad a sense….who are you comparing us to?? Costco has pretty
C. To have the best products and most responsive customer service by the end of year 2. good customer service, are you comparing us to them?? I happen to
think Gelson’s has some really good products in their butcher
D. To Mass produce our Product’s with our Modular Mass Production System, with well-conceived plans & cabinet, are our solar fabrics better than their steak??
industry leading execution strategy. Commented [ALJ5]: This is an objective?? No, this is an
operations method.

2.2 Mission Commented [ALJ6]: Market caps and revenue amounts should
never be part of a Mission Statement.
Our goal is to provide 10% of the World’s Electrical energy from space, \ By having hundreds of Power-Star
Satellites which back the US Dollar for centuries via Federal Reserve. At some point, we will turn it over to NASA- Commented [ALJ7]: How does a satellite back the US dollar?
Explain this, or get rid of it.
DOE to make them the most profitable group within our Government. This will allow the US to make Space a
Commented [ALJ8]: I wouldn’t promise things like this.
Profitable and more inviting work environment for generations to come. Nobody can verify it, including you, bc none of us will be alive in
even ONE century, and as such it comes across as disingenuous.
Another primary reason is knowing the future of Earth’s climate & living environment which is proven & known Commented [ALJ9]: Get some better language here, “At some
by NASA & NOAA for the past 30 years. NASA’s (late Dec 2016) Dr. Piers Sellers proof from our Space Satellites point” is only slightly better than “when we get around to it.”

showing all known scientific evidence of recorded changes and forecasted changes. Here is the clip: Before the Commented [ALJ10]: Don’t make these kind of claims. In
general, just stop saying “most” “first” “best.” This is dangerous
flood - Astronaut Piers Sellers Clip*: https://youtu.be/xTuj9cmxweY. language.

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The summary is “No Ice Caps in less than 100 years, closer to 50 years”-the UK gets very cold due to gulf stream
flow slow down & worse dust bowls in the USA & the World like never seen before on civilized Earth.

2.3 Keys to Success


There are three keys to success for Insta-Grid & our products: Commented [ALJ11]: Um. Actually, you’ve got four here. Do
you want to consolidate two of them into one, and keep the nice,
1. Engineering and marketing must generate sufficient sales volume to drive an aggressive pricing model pleasing 1.2.3, or do you just want to say there's 4 keys to success?
while still achieving planned profitability projections. Key milestones are Proof Of Concepts and Personally, I'd get rid of #4....it's not a key to success, just a
showcase prototypes within the first 2 years. description of our strategy.

2. Operations & Strategic partners must be established (signed) & developed to deliver our Insta-Grid,
Protecta-Grid, and Power-Star products and promote them through their channels.
3. Equity & Investor capital must be secured at a reasonable valuation.

2.4 Revenue Streams


Material Suppliers & Consumer Goods - Insta-grid.com premium materials will be sold directly to our affiliate
partners for the consumer for added market expansion, sales & installation under our Corporate Management
and Systems. Our automated internet ordering website can produce pricing & delivery estimates to the
customer in real-time.

1) Provide Engineered Solutions – Insta-Grid provides materials that can be made into consumer and
industrial products such as; clothing, tents, roofs/tops, awnings & covers.
2) Protecta-Grid: Goods/materials used for EMP & Nuke hardened for protecting over 6,000 Grid systems Commented [ALJ12]: These two are covered by #1
& thousands of critical sites & systems in the USA including military systems and critical-strategic
systems.
3) Power-Star Satellites: Satellites to be used in locations of: earth orbit, low earth orbit, near earth orbit,
geo-stationary earth orbit & beyond. Additional uses such as protecting our earth from deadly asteroids
& meteors. Power-Stars also provide energy beaming and communications to all locations.
4) Custom Services – Insta-Grid will offer additional services to our suppliers & large customers such as:
custom applications of our materials & products. Commented [ALJ13]: Aside from “custom applications”, this
one doesn’t make sense as a revenue stream to me, it’s just
establishing a market presence.
Affiliate Commissions -Consumers will click through our integrated product advertising to our affiliate
merchants for purchasing. Insta-grid.com will receive a percentage of the referred sale or click-through
fees. Commented [ALJ14]: I would put this as an “oh yeah, also this”
kind of paragraph after the other things. Putting this up front makes
it seem like this is how we’ll get most of our revenue. May not even
2.5 Benefits to our Consumers be worth mentioning here.
We can help them create “A better life with improved clean energy, improved cheaper communication, & stellar
defense from earth’s or enemy’s annihilation”. Living off the grid if one so chooses because we provide the Commented [ALJ15]: See, THIS is a mission statement!! Still
not a great one, but much more concise than what you’ve currently
means of their own, above & beyond grid systems. got in section 2.2
Commented [ALJ16]: This isn’t a complete sentence.
1. Our big picture is to get to the Power-Star Energy. Communications & Defense Satellites service earth &
beyond. We are only going after 10% of the world’s market in accordance with what Dr. Paul Werbos (DOE,
NSF). We can take care of the world’s population and industry growth without having to build more power Commented [ALJ17]: Rephrase this. Makes it sound like Insta-
Grid is going to directly work to solve overpopulation.
plants. We must also defend against becoming a targeted enemy of the oil companies but rather become their
solution and friend.
Meeting only the futures 10% means Insta-Grid’s energy, communications & defense revenue can potentially
exceed $2 trillion per year (minimum).

2. Our goal is to back the US Dollar & Federal Reserve for a Century or more. This branch will be turned over to
a new US NASA-Dept. Of Energy-DOD branch, thus making it the first major profit center in government history.
The reason for doing this is to build our company without greed or self-centeredness and to build up better
space systems so space will be a new work environment & profit center for many generations and centuries to
come.

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3. Independence-Financial & Off the Grid - Unique products allow anyone to live off the grid without paying
electricity bills by utilizing their own grid system. The same goes with having their own communication systems
built-in to our product, that can also create a self-defense system to vaporize in-coming threats. Commented [ALJ18]: I don’t think this should be a consumer
feature….I’m all for the 2nd amendment and standing your ground
and such, but having an autonomous system that vaporizes intruders
4. Unique - Our unique products will inspire our customers to explore articles and encourage repeat visits onto civilian properties is scary as hell.
to our site to discover new and exciting “insider” sports, clothing and equipment information. Commented [ALJ19]: What???
Highly customizable - The site will be highly interactive and customizable for viewing and shopping. The more
frequent our consumers use the site, the richer their viewing, shopping and interactive experience becomes,
eventually offering selections that match each customer’s personal tastes.

4. Easy to Use – Insta-Grids product site will be built specifically for consumer ease in ordering the right
material sizing & specification for the right job/activity, and will be extremely easy to use and purchase
products. The navigation and purchasing experience will be effortless and the site will present our products,
programming and content in a manner that is uncluttered and easy to view. We will provide added videos to
explain which products do what and provide as many questions & answers to help their experience. Commented [ALJ20]: Stop talking about how cool the website
and/or ordering process will be. Investors don’t care about the
website, they care about the product.
5. Future Growth –offered to those who want to be the future and grow their company & products well into the
future. Everything offered has a 50+ year capability thus leap-frogging all others in anything considered similar Commented [ALJ21]: That’s not what leap-frogging is. This
product will be a leapfrog product, but what that means is that in
to it in Solar, Communications, Microwave or Defense industry. remote parts of the world, where they may not yet have distributed
power utilities, our tech will “leapfrog” the existing technology and
become dominant in that part of the world before the current stuff
2.6 Benefits to our Investors, Partners and Sponsors has a chance, much how cell phones leapfrogged landline phones in
Insta-Grid partners, investors, and sponsors will be attracted to the product because of several key value places like Tibet or Africa.
propositions. Many of which improve their standing with stock holders, future growth, and government Commented [ALJ22]: Stop talking about the website!!!
agencies support.

1) Energy Related Utilities & Companies - Our Insta-Grid, Protecta-grid, Power-Star all target lower cost,
improved safety, and protection from interruption and future clean air activities never available on such a
large-scale improvement. This improves their standing with stock holders and government agencies. Commented [ALJ23]: Nope.

2) Defense Department & Related Companies - Our Insta-Grid, can be used for combat gear & equipment
that need communications capability along with self-supporting energy creation for charging or powering
up personal devices. Protecta-grid takes Insta-Grid (described above) to a whole new level by adding bullet-
proofing & nuclear hardening into its material science. Perfect for tents or self-standing structures on front
lines, wrapping fuel trucks & storage devices which are the biggest target for an enemy to hit. Power-Star
is the “ultimate attraction” being the ultimate energy and communications delivery, which can also Commented [ALJ24]: Kinda kitschy….consider revising.
concentrate and change frequencies to make it into a microwave vaporizing weapon with highly accurate
targeting capabilities.

3) Communication Companies - We target being the lowest cost, most modern system with protection from
interruption and future growth system. This may also allow them to become an independent energy Commented [ALJ25]: Again, too general. Don’t forget that
“communications” also includes landline internet service providers,
delivery company ($trillion industry) for people who want your communications, programming without cable TV, etc. We don’t provide those end-to-end systems, though
pluging into a utility company. we may provide power delivery or signal transmission technology
for those things. It’s an important distinction.

4) Consumer Goods Companies – recreation products (RVs, boats, autos, motorcycles, tents, survival
equipment, etc.) Clothing manufacturers looking for a new trend with cool new products and growing
market niches. Communication devices such as; PC, laptops, tablets & cell phones can add to it’s extending
battery life & self-recharging also streamlining mobile internet connectivity (Section 4.1).

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3. Company Summary
Insta-Grid TM aka, Solar-Microwave Fabric (SMF) is a mass-produced, thin, flexible membrane upon which is
printed various combinations of solar cells, microwave patch antennas, and analog control devices. The fabric can
provide solar power directly to other devices, or can be used to collect power for communications. It can also
transmit the power to other distant locations. The “skin” structural media of the Insta-Grid can be made of a
variety of materials, including Mylar, Kapton, Kevlar, many hybrid composites, metallic sheets, paper, and woven
fabrics. For any given application, once the printing “algorithm” is set, the SFM can be churned out in mass
quantity, like wallpaper & fabrics.

Current technology provides laboratory-scale samples of separately printed solar cells and patch antennas, larger
scale printing of low-efficiency solar cells, and very small samples of non-integrated combinations.

The Insta-Grid product is unique in that solar power collection, wireless power transmission and communication
capabilities are integrated into large thin, light-weight sheets that can be made into “rugs” or other shapes and
folded into compact packages for transport to needed locations.

This company will concentrate on the development of Insta-Grid and the adaptation of the designs to a variety
of markets. There are two types of markets, considered in turn: Markets where a niche for Insta-Grid already
exists, and entirely new markets created by Insta-Grid.

3.1 Company Ownership


Insta-Grid is currently a wholly-owned subsidiary of American Industrial Co., a private company. Shawn Boike,
Chief Executive Officer of American Industrial Co., owns 100% of the common stock of American Industrial
Company. Dr. David Hyland holds the patent rights to the Solar Microwave concept along with his ingenious
PowerStar Satellites so he must be reimbursed and fully compensated for his costs, efforts and maintain some
percentage tights to royalties (1%) of all sales. Our goal is to keep him as paid Executive VP & Chief Consultant
during all development and if he is willing & able (considering health & age).

This Business Plan is to sell-off interest amounts to Investors (Hedge Funds, VC’s, Angels, etc.) up to 49% of all
three Main Product Lines. Mr. Boike maintains majority control until Major Milestones are met. Insta-Grid shall
be incorporated upon investments & investors having been secured, completed with a Board of Directors, which
investors may appoint a member. The beauty of Insta-Grid is our goals include making PowerStar satellites to
generate desalination plants to make fresh water from our abundant oceans. Commented [ALJ26]: Make sure this concept is covered
elsewhere in the plan, or this seems like a completely out-of-the-blue
declaration
3.2 Intellectual Property
All Solar-Microwave Fabric innovations and applications described herein are included within, this is a Utility
Patent:

SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR COLLECTION AND DISTRIBUTION OF SPACE-BASED SOLAR POWER
EFS-ID: 23010972
PCT/US15/41854
Inventor: David Hyland

Business Names, Websites & Trademarks owned by: Shawn Boike


Insta-Grid, Protecta-Grid, & Power-Star, comprehensive list of owned domain names shown below:

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MA

Figure 3-1: Domain IP & Websites


The 3 main Product Websites are pointed out in Figure 3-1 with Arrows showing these primes.

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3.3 Start-Up Costs Summary (Entire Section & $# Being Revised)


Start-up costs, shown below (exclusive of salaries), are comprised mostly of; equipment, legal fees, marketing
collateral, advertising, and consulting fees. Start-up costs are to be financed by the proposed Investors as Insta-
Grid becomes a newly incorporated company.

START-UP FUNDING (numbers in thousands, 000)

Start-up Expenses to Fund $31,985

Start-up Assets to Fund $19,868

STARTUP FUNDING REQUIRED (1 YEAR) $51,853

Expenses to Fund (5 Years) $158,153

Assets to Fund (5 Years) $158,153

TOTAL FUNDING REQUIRED (5 YEARS) $474,459

Assets

Non-cash Assets from Start-up $0

Cash Requirements from Start-up $327,614

Additional Cash Raised $146,345

Cash Balance on Starting Date $500

TOTAL ASSETS (5 YEARS) $474,459

Liabilities and Capital

Liabilities

Current Borrowing $2,000

Long-term Liabilities $10,000

Accounts Payable (Outstanding Bills) $500

Other Current Liabilities (interest-free) $200

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TOTAL LIABILITIES $0

Capital

Planned Investment

Investors $475,000

Other $0

Additional Investment Requirement $50,000

TOTAL PLANNED INVESTMENT $474,459

Loss at Start-up (Start-up Expenses) ($16,119)?

TOTAL CAPITAL $474,459

TOTAL CAPITAL AND LIABILITIES $77,700

START-UP

Requirements

Start-up Expenses

Legal $250

Stationery etc. $120

Brochures $21

Consultants $500

Advertising $30

Expensed equipment $158.200

Other $15,300

TOTAL START-UP EXPENSES $2,213

Start-up Assets

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Cash Required $500

Start-up Inventory $30

Other Current Assets $100

Long-term Assets $9,974

TOTAL ASSETS $10,604

Total Requirements $13,976

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C OST S
Startup Equipment
E sti m a ted Q ty
Costs
Ac tua l
Fixed Costs
Adverti s i ng for Openi ng 30,000 1 30,000 ← Initial advertising push. May include Grand Openings, Open Houses, etc.
Bas i c Webs i te 20,000 3 60,000 5 ← Design and creation of a basic website
Brand Devel opment 120,000 1 120,000 3 ← Creation of a Name, Logo and theme
Brand Vi deos Devel opment 500,000 2 1,000,000 3 ← Creation of Products, Markets and theme (also valuable for New Hire Orientation & Sales)
Bui l di ng Down Payment 240,000 1 240,000 27 ← Down payment for the purchase of a building/land
Bui l di ng Improvements /Remodel i ng 120,000 1 120,000 11 ← Sometimes referred to as Leasehold Improvements
Bus i nes s Cards /Stati onery 10,000 1 10,000 ← Business cards, letterhead, flyers, brochures, menus, etc.
Bus i nes s Enti ty 10,000 1 10,000 ← Creation of a business entity such as a Partnership, LLC or Corporation.
Bus i nes s Li cens es /Permi ts 10,000 1 10,000 ← City license, health permits, liquor permits, safety licenses, etc.
Commerci al Equi pment 50,000 1 50,000 7 ← Commercial grade Equipment, Lab std and more can be expensive. Make sure to include the little things like cutters, splicing, solder, bonding, ect
Compl i ance Permi ts (Heal th, Safety, etc) 6,000 1 6,000 5 ← Make sure you find out what local permits are required and how much they will cost you. The permits will force you to have certain kinds of equipme
Computer Hardware/Software 30,000 12 360,000 5 ← Computers, printers, back up drives, networking hardware, industry specific software or custom software/database.
CAE, CAD, CAM, etc. 1,500 50 75,000 5 ← This would include Eng system for Test, preparation as well as prototyping.
Faci l i tes Setups , Furni s hi ng 200,000 1 200,000 7 ← Cubicles, office equip, desks, pictures, window treatments, etc.
R & D Lab Setup & Equi pment 250,000 2 500,000 7 ← All development equipment, tools, magnification, setup, scopes Don't forget to include racks and trays for storage and transport.
3D Shi ma-Sei ki Compos i tes Mfg. 600,000 2 1,200,000 7 ← All codes; Health, UE, EPA, OSHA are fairly strict on the requirements. An industrial equipment may be necessary.
3D Pri nters 120,000 5 600,000 7 ← Whether custom or off the rack, uniform costs can add up.
Fi xture Ins tal l ati on 30,000 1 30,000 7 ← Installation of non permanent fixtures such as booths, free standing counters, etc.
Fi xtures /Counters 120,000 1 120,000 7 ← This can be a significant cost, depending on the size and type of restaurant.
Las er As s y Sys tem 100,000 - 7 ← One time franchise startup fees
Scanners 50,000 2 100,000 5 ← Absolutely necessary. Make sure you purchase an adequate amount of storage space to handle growth.
Internet Setup Depos i t 80,000 3 240,000 5 ← Basic deposit on internet service and associated hardware
IT-Co. PDM Sys tem 220,000 1 220,000 5 ← All team mates licences for Product Data Mgt.
Suppl i es & Equi pment 22,000 1 22,000 ← All the little things you will need in the kitchen and/or bar.
Leas e Securi ty Depos i t 260,000 5 1,300,000 ← Deposit for lease of a building
Legal /Profes s i onal Fees 120,000 2 240,000 ← Legal, accounting, etc.
Machi nes & Equi pment 300,000 3 900,000 7 ← Scales, copiers, fax machines, dollies, packing machines, etc. Depends on your business.
Machi ne Devel opment mi s c 120,000 3 360,000 7 ← Includes design and printing of the menu as well as testing new recipes
Offi ce Furni ture 165,000 2 330,000 7 ← Cubicles, desks, chairs, counters, display cases, storage racks
Operati ng Cas h (Worki ng Capi tal ) 30,000 2 60,000 ← Cash reserve for normal business operations
Poi nt of Sal e Hardware/Software 10,000 3 30,000 5 ← cash drawers, point of sale software, receipt printers, bar code scanners, credit card machines
Potenti al Market Surveys 10,000 3 30,000 ← Could include market research, taste testing surveys - anything to help you get things right.
Prepai d Ins urance 12,000 3 36,000 ← Certain types of insurance must be prepaid
Publ i c Uti l i ti es Depos i ts 10,000 3 30,000 ← Deposit for public utilities such as water, gas and electricity.
Res erve for Conti ngenci es 30,000 3 90,000 ← Desired amount of cash to be held in reserve for unforeseen costs and issues
Sal ari es for Empl oyee Trai ners /Trai nees s eparate s ht ← It will take time to hire and train employees and you will need help doing it.
Securi ty Sys tem Ins tal l ati on 10,000 3 30,000 7 ← Purchase and installation of a security system (if needed)
Setup, i ns tal l ati on and cons ul ti ng fees 45,000 3 135,000 ← Fees for consultants (Business, IT, Marketing) and setup of computers, equipment, etc.
Si gnage 40,000 3 120,000 7 ← This would include store front, window, door and street signs.
Starti ng Inventory 10,000 3 30,000 ← Inventory required to open your doors
Tabl es /Chai rs 110,000 3 330,000 7 ← These can add up quickly.
Tel ephone 10,000 3 30,000 7 ← Includes Cell Phones
Tool s & Suppl i es 25,000 2 50,000 ← Includes office suppliers, cleaning supplies, etc.
Travel 25,000 3 75,000 ← May include travel to visit suppliers or distributors.
Travel to s ecure s uppl i ers /di s tri butors 25,000 3 75,000 ← Depending on your menu, you may need to travel to suppliers and distributors to secure specialty ingredients or bulk items.
Truck & Vehi cl e 100,000 3 300,000 5 ← Include any equipment or vehicles for any significant warehousing needs (forklifts, dollies, pallet jacks)
Venti l ati on Equi pment 30,000 3 90,000 7 ← This includes range covers and fire suppression equipment - required by law.
Other 1 (s peci fy) 15,000 2 30,000 ← Include lines items specific to your business.
Pui chas e patent 35,000 2 70,000 15 ← Add new lines above this line
Total Fixed Costs 4,486,500 163 10,094,000

Average Monthly Costs


Adverti s i ng (pri nt, broadcas t and Internet) 1,000 3 3,000 ← Ongoing advertising and promotion costs
Bus i nes s Ins urance 2,000 3 6,000 ← Business insurance costs including building, inventory and liability.
Bus i nes s Vehi cl e Ins urance 300 5 1,500 ← Insurance for your company vehicles
Cl eani ng Servi ces 4,000 5 20,000 ← Can include dry cleaning, carpet cleaning or other services.
Empl oyee Sal ari es and Commi s s i ons s eparate s ht ← Do not forget to include any costs for employee benefits
Equi pment Leas e Payments s eparate s ht ← Payments for equipment that is leased
Inventory, raw materi al s , parts 10,000 3 30,000 ← Ongoing purchase of inventory and raw materials to keep your business running
Franchi s e Fee - ← Monthly franchise fees such as percentage of sales and marketing co-op fees.
Heal th Ins urance s eparate s ht ← May be for the owners or all employees.
Internet Connecti on s eparate s ht ← Fee for having an internet connection to your building.
Loan and Credi t Card Interes t & Pri nci pal ← Interest and principal payments on any loans or credit cards.
Legal /Accounti ng Fees 5,000 2 10,000 ← On going fees for taxes, payroll or other legal issues.
Merchant Account Fees 2,000 2 4,000 ← Fees for maintaining a merchant account (ability to accept and process credit and debit cards)
Mi s cel l aneous Expens es 5,000 3 15,000 ← Other miscellaneous costs associated with your business
Mortgage Payments TBD ← Mortgage payments for land or buildings you have purchased
Leas e Payment s eparate s ht ← Lease payment if you are leasing your facilities
Pos tage/Shi ppi ng Cos ts 10,000 3 30,000 ← Includes shipping fees as well as packing supplies (boxes, filler, paper, tape)
Securi ty Sys tem Monthl y Payment 15,000 3 45,000 ← Monthly fee for maintaining an alarm system.
Suppl i es 20,000 3 60,000 ← Any and all supplies including inks, toner, cleaning, paper towels, toilet paper, etc.
Tel ephone 200 110 22,000 ← Also includes cell phones
Travel 10,000 5 50,000 ← Travel such as site visits, sales calls, customer meetings.
Publ i c Uti l i ti es 1,000 3 3,000 ← Water, gas, electricity, telephone
Webs i te Hos ti ng/Mai ntenance 1,000 24 24,000 ← Monthly fee for having your website hosted and maintained by a 3rd party
Other 1 (s peci fy) 1,000 - ← Include lines items specific to your business.
Other 2 (s peci fy) 1,000 - ← Add new lines above this line
Total Average Monthly Costs 88,500 177 323,500
x Number of Months 12 ← Insert the estimated number of months until your company will have enough income to sustain itself.
Total Monthly Costs 1,062,000 2,124 3,882,000

Total COSTS 5,548,500 2,287 13,976,000

SURPLUS/(DEFICIT) (5,548,500) 125,497,713 111,524,000

Depreci ati on expens e As s et Li fe Annual Depr Exp


3 Software 373,333
5 Computer Hardware 278,200
7 Furni ture/ Fi xtures 698,571
11 Patents 10,909
27 Bui l di ng 8,889
1,369,903
Less Software (373,333)
Total Fi xed Cos ts Annual Depr Exp 996,569

1s t year expens e

Figure 3.3 Approximate Capital Equipment & Startup Cost = $14 Million

3.4 Company Locations and Facilities


Insta-Grid corporate office is to be in Huntington Beach, CA. Existing space of 61,420 square
feet is adequate for Initial R&D & automated production for the first 5 years with existing staff.
We have found a very desirable facility right down the street of Boeing’s Huntington Beach
Space facility. This is an optimal location because Boeing will be a major supplier in the
Satellite development and launches.
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Figure 3.3-1 Proposed Initial Facility


Over twenty facilities were reviewed as prospective choices.
Members of the core team reviewed this Huntington Beach facility. The greatest benefit is the amount of
professional office space required for the first 3 years getting the product developed & approved for market
sales. The shop has a fitting amount to develop all the technologies & testing required, this involves installing 5 Commented [ALJ27]: Run-on sentence
separate yet attached clean rooms. This facility would be adequate to get our smaller rolls developed & Commented [ALJ28]: What does this mean?? The cleanrooms
produced; meaning 3 to 6-foot width automated roll to roll production line with automated vision system for QA are attached to each other? To the building? Maybe just get rid of
this….I think the detail you’re going for here is unnecessary.
analysis & validation.

Figure 3.3-2 Initial Facility Features

4. Products & Services


Insta-Grid aka, Solar-Microwave Fabric (SMF) is a mass-produced, thin, flexible membrane upon which is
imprinted various combinations of solar cells, microwave patch antennas, and analog control devices. This fabric
is intended for use in diverse applications such as solar power collection, power transmission, and communication
such that it can be folded into a compact volume for transport and then deployed for its operation. The Insta-

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Grid includes a range of products featuring different levels of sophistication. As noted in the Executive Summary
there are 3 Main Product Lines:

3 main product lines: all which can be altered & customized for Customer applications. Here are the Main
Product Lines and (Market Value):
1. Insta-Grid: Consumer Goods Material Systems ($50 Billion/Yr.)
2. Protecta-Grid: Nuclear Hardened & Bulletproof Material Systems ($1.7 Trillion US alone)
3. Power-Star: Satellites Systems ($2 Trillion/Yr. @10% Market)

These 3 different-distinct product lines are also different investment strategies thus, allowing various investor to
have an open or exit strategy. The one thing they all have in common is the Insta-Grid basic technologies which
leap frogs all similar products out there which currently we are the only patented or available (SMF) Solar
Microwave Fabric in the World. All 3 main product lines = No Competition!

The various embodiments are illustrated in Figures 4-1, and 4-2. Overall, the INSTA-GRID has the following
embodiments and modes of operation, listed in order of complexity.

1. Solar Power Collector – Solar cells printed on a flexible substrate, with appropriate power distribution
subsystem. Miniaturization of the cell design permits thin sheets with sharp curvature folds for high
flexibility.
2. Solar Power Plus Communication, Quilt configuration – Item (1) with the addition of microwave patch
antennas for communication. Solar cells and antennas printed separately, then bonded to a substrate
(Figure 4-1, top)
3. Solar Power Plus Communication, Integrated configuration – As in Item (2) but Solar cells and antennas
printed together (Figure 4-1, bottom)
4. Power/Communication/Transmission, non-overlapping – Item (3) with the addition of microwave
transceivers on both sides of the flexible substrate, and retro-directive phased array capability for power
transmission to a distant collection station, using a microwave beacon at the collection point. The solar
cells and external microwave transceivers occupy non-overlapping areas of the skin. (Figure 4-2, top).
5. Power/Communication/Transmission, Fully Co-Populated – Item (4), but using optically transparent
microwave transceivers on the external side of the skin. This allows both solar cells and transceivers to each
occupy the entire surface, boosting the power reception capability by a factor of four. (Figure 4-2 bottom)
with the addition of microwave transceivers on both sides of the flexible substrate, and retro-directive
phased array capability for power transmission to a distant collection station, using a microwave beacon at
the collection point. The solar cells and external microwave transceivers occupy non-overlapping areas of
the skin. (Figure 4-2, top).
6. EMP/Detailed description of the technologies is given in the Appendix “S-M Fabric Patent Description”. In
brief: Thin film printed solar cells have been in production, but are none too flexible. Laboratory-scale solar
cell/ patch antennas have been printed in combination, but are stiff and bending degrades the antenna
performance. However, the INSTA-GRID design integrates solar cells and patch antennas that are both
miniaturized so that the “skin” can be made both thin and very flexible. This greatly increases the power
collection and/or power transmission per unit weight; increases the variety of materials that can be used,
and opens the door to mass-manufacturing of multi-purpose sheets.

Our business plan is to concentrate on developing items (1) and (2) shown in Figure 4-1, and adapting these
designs to support the manufacture and sale of several consumer items. These include: Tents, bimini tops,
clothing, and power rugs for off-grid power. The present development status is that we have fabricated the solar
cell plus patch antenna quilt configuration as illustrated in the top of Figure 4-2.

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Power connector

(a) Initial, “Quilt”


configuration Transmitter
Solar cells and Solar cell Solar cell
antennas printed
separately, then Substrate layer
bonded to a
substrate

Transmitter
(b) Integrated Solar cell
Solar cell
configuration
Solar cells and Substrate layer
antennas printed
together

Figure 4-1: Cross-Section of Solar cells with transmission/Antennas printed side by side.

Figure 4-2: Cross-sections of the advanced Power/Communication/Transmission embodiment


In all cross sections, we show the 3D printed or sewn Media or Substrate layer (foundation with conductive
wiring) showing our printed solar cell PV’s in different arrangement and the printed microwave antenna patches

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which does both transmission & receiving. The cross section does not explain our unique integral printed circuit
board (PCB) systems to provide power & frequency conversion, purpose and activity. The environmental &
protective coatings are not shown in these simplified cross sections because each application has unique
environment effects & events that need to be considered.
For further basic definition in these technologies are explained in Section 4.4 INSTA-GRID Technologies
Explained.
For further detailed definition in these technologies are in separate Appendixes:

• Materials & processes for: Substrate layer we call: Fabric & Media is in Appendix C
• Materials & processes for: Solar Cells (Photovoltaics) is in Appendix D
• Materials & processes for: Microwave Antenna (Patch Antennas) is in Appendix E
• Materials & processes for: Coatings & Packaging/Options (Protective Layers) is in Appendix F

4.2 Markets with an Existing Niche for INSTA-GRID


One niche market is the supply of electrical power to the forward operating bases of the U.S. military, located in
remote regions. Presently, gasoline/diesel powered generators are used to provide electrical power, requiring
expensive transport of the petroleum fuel across the difficult and hazardous terrain. The cost of power for such
bases averages $1.00 per kW-Hr, and has been as high as $27.00 per KWHr. In contrast, light-weight rugs of
Insta-Grid can be flown in, unrolled and spread on the ground
d and power distribution cables connected to create an “Insta-Grid”. The placement of the rugs need not be
precise, nor do they need to lie perfectly flat. Simply drape them over the landscape, secure them against wind,
and turn them on.

Forward military bases might also utilize the Insta-Grid embodiment that includes both solar cells and
microwave patch antennas with retrodirective phased array capability. This provides both communications and
can be used for defense against airborne attack. By “retrodirective phased array capability” we mean that if the
Insta-Grid receives a signal from a microwave beacon, an analog circuit acting independently in each patch
antenna works so that the entire Insta-Grid sends an amplified beam back to the location of the beacon. This is
the “passive” mode of operation, used to beam power to a desired location. In the “active” mode of defense, the
INSTA-GRID sends a broad microwave signal, which, when it reflects off an intruding target, acts as the beacon.
Then an amplified and concentrated beam is focused on the target. These capabilities are created without any
communication among the antennas, nor any complex digital computation, but are the result of simple circuitry
embedded in each transmitter. The retrodirective ability is very robust, can survive extensive damage, is
insensitive to changes in INSTA-GRID shape and is based on very well-known principles of optics. Section
(competitive landscape) explains this in more detail.
A much broader market is the supply of solar energy for domestic, municipal use. We refer to large solar power
farms such as [.], using arrays of rotatable solar panels or arrays of mirrors concentrating sunlight onto boiler
towers, such as the “power tower” concept. These installations entail huge infrastructure, thousands of moving
parts, and are enormously expensive to build and operate. Section (…) contrasts power tower designs with the
orders-of-magnitude cheaper Insta-Grid design described above.

There is huge potential for private, domestic use as well. Currently produced solar arrays for use on private land
or installed on the roofs of private dwellings are heavy, clumsy, obtrusive and expensive. In contrast, lightweight
INSTA-GRID rugs can be deployed with little effort and expense, on the ground or on roofs. With appropriate
choice of membrane material, INSTA-GRID can unobtrusively blend with or replace a conventional tile or shingle
roofing. Thus, INSTA-GRID can provide power for homeowners who wish to save money on energy, or prefer to
live more independently, off the grid.

Longer term, in large scale solar power collection, there may be a market for space solar power (SSP). This
means collecting solar power by a satellite (usually in geostationary orbit, where it hovers over one location),
and beaming it in the form of microwave radiation (to which the atmosphere is mostly transparent) to a ground
station where it is converted into AC current. The ground station would consist of arrays of rectifying antennas

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(“rectennas”) that can be mounted on the ground without interfering with sunlight or alternate land use. There
are some strong motivations for SSP. For example, taking account of 24/7 operation and the absence of
weather and atmospheric attenuation of sunlight, SSP can average almost ten times the efficiency of ground-
based solar farms. The big obstacle is the cost of an initial “First Revenue System” (FRS), that would be large
enough (at least 5 MW) to prove the technology and turn a profit. All (except one) SSP satellite designs involve
gigantic, complicated structures, with many (sometimes thousands) of moving parts, requiring hundreds of
launches and on-orbit construction, usually invoking nonexistent robotic and other technologies.

In contrast is the Power-StarTM design. Take sheets of Insta-Grid having both solar cells and transparent
microwave patch antennas with retrodirective phased array capability, and assemble a large balloon, using the
old Echo satellite technology. As in Echo satellites I and II, fold the balloon into a small spherical container, and
launch it into geostationary orbit. Once there, the container opens, and a powder coating the interior surface
sublimates, thereby inflating the balloon. Assuming only a 20% solar cell efficiency, Power-StarTM can collect 90
to 150MW of power. When stowed for launch, Power-StarTM can be accommodated by four existing launch
vehicles. Therefore, Insta-Grid makes a First Revenue System (FRS) possible (and affordable) in one launch.
Power-StarTM features the simplest possible structure, no moving parts, no on-orbit robotic construction and
safe, automatic and robust operation. Further details are discussed in Section […].

Once proven by an FRS, Power-StarTM can be used to beam power to hard-to-access places, industrial parks and
even individual buildings with rectennas, installed on building roofs or over parking lots. New markets created
by Insta-Grid is only limited by one’s imagination, in this category, we might include SSP systems just described.
However, we draw attention to near-term applications that are enabled by Insta-Grid and perhaps not
anticipated before the invention of Insta-Grid.

4.1.1. Self –Powered Cell Phone Towers

Almost all cell towers rely on external power and are disabled in a blackout. Insta-Grid (plus battery storage)
provides a cheap, independent power source. Quantities of lightweight can be wrapped around the framework
of the cell tower to prevent power interruption

Figure 4.1.1: Cross-Section of Solar cells with transmission/Antennas side by side.


Once these Cell towers are wrapped with insta-grid it would be self-powered & protected from lightning strikes
& bad weather disturbance.

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4.1.2 Advanced Habitation Technology

By “habitation technology” we refer to an integrated, portable system of systems that enables a small group of
people to generate most or nearly all their consumables. Insta-Grid can provide a substantial component of such
systems.

At a forward operating base, lay out Solar-Microwave “rugs”.

Whatever the mode of operation, the rugs need not be flat nor does one need a
continuous sheet (there can be minor gaps)

For power generation,


Transmitter use only the solar cells. If receiving power from Power-Star,
Solar cell Power
connectors
Substrate layer

Figure 4.1.2a: Advanced Habitation – Self Supportive

➢Using power direct from solar cells or another source, operate beam forming in active mode.
➢This means irradiate target, sense return and use as beacon signal. Beam forming proceeds as described for Power-
Star.

Figure 4.1.2b: Self Habitation Self-Sustaining & Built-in Defense


Power, communications and self-defense capabilities can be provided inexpensively to people wishing to live
more independently.

4.1.3 Self-Powered Tents

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SFM can be embodied in rugged, flexible and waterproof fabrics. Under current technology stiff, bulky solar arrays
must be wired to tent fabric to be used, and then unwired to fold the tent.

Figure 4.1.3: Self Powered Tents with Satellite Communication.


On the other hand, a flexible Insta-Grid tent is both a shelter and the power source and can be simply folded and
unfolded.

4.1.4 Bimini Tops and Convertible Tops

Like the above, stiff, bulky solar arrays must be wired to the bimini fabric to be used, and then unwired to fold
the bimini.

Figure 4.1.4: Should be a Powered Bimini Tent & Awning

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No such complications arise with INSTA-GRID bimini tops. Insta-Grid solar powered convertible tops are both
convenient and save battery life and improve mileage.

4.1.5 Powered Clothing

Insta-GridTM fabric with solar cells can be manufactured using wearable fabric. This means that a person’s coat
can be used to recharge electronic devices such as smart phones, watches, etc.

Figure 4.1.5: Powered Clothing Illuminated

4.1.6 Point-to-Point Communication Clothing

Insta-Grid TM clothing having both solar cells and patched antenna phased arrays would not only power personal
electronics but could be used for point-to-point communication. The communications signal would be amplified
and the retrodirective phased array capability used to transmit a tight beam to the near vicinity of the receiving
person.

Figure 4.1.6: Point to Point Contact


This would be very useful to emergency first-responders, where disaster emergency conditions require high
fidelity communications independent of existing networks.

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4.1.7 Clothing with Tactile Messaging/Touch Devices (Beam Me! or the “Intimate Touch”)

This is point-to-point communication clothing with the object of promoting the confidentiality of personal
communications. In addition, the microwave signal could be used to energize devices that provide tactile
stimulation through the recipient’s clothing as a way of announcing a call. “Beam Me!” could go viral.

Figure 4.1.7: Example of Tactile Messaging


Figure 4.1.7 is used to illustrate separate localized areas for activation on clothing here it is a shirt, Tactile
messaging would not have to have any illumination to it but could just be the vibratory pads use for physical
therapy or muscle relaxation systems, also used on Abs electronic stimulating machines to harden up muscles
not easy to get to or work on without many hours.

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4.2 Protecta-grid Nuclear Hardening & Bullet-Proofing US


Protecta-Grid, Solar-Nuclear Hardened Fabric; to be used to harden/protect the electrical grid system, from
Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) or upper atmosphere nuclear explosion, Solar Flares and prevent disaster from
penetration of EMP strong enough to wipe out our electrical grid system & important infrastructures. This
Hybrid Solar-Nuclear Hardened Fabric; is manufactured is large rolls similar to the Insta-Grid Fabrics with the
added matrixed composites woven with conductive Faraday cage sewn in & built-in power supply. Enable to
provide small arms protection we add the necessary materials (i.e., Kevlar, S2, Dyneema, Graphite, etc.) along
with conductive strands which produce the faraday cage to protect everything it surrounds. We will also
provide build in LED Lighting if desired for illumination for maintenance or protection environment at war time.
According to Frank Gaffney, a spokesman for the Center for Security Policy, within a year of an attack “nine out
of 10 Americans would be dead, because we can’t support a population of the present size in urban centers and
the like without electricity.” If that sounds a little high, consider Former CIA Bureau Chief Claire Lopez is also
warning that “Within one year, it is estimated that 9 out of 10 of all Americans would be dead.”

Figure 4.2.1: Example of 1 Nuclear Weapon over the USA affect


Protecta-Grid will protect all of US from ever dying and protect all services to keep life living as normal as
important wants to be. which is in demand to our troops & National Security in the US Dept. of: White House
driven to the DOD, NSA, DHS, DOE. Protecta-Grid will be a tarp like material with self-energized faraday cage
for nuclear hardening at frequencies known in classified circles. This will be not only self-energized with
Lithium polymer pack snapped on to the tarps but the underlying surface of the Tarp will have sectional high
output LED’s to light up everything in the grid system at all times of day or night. Continuously protecting the
grid system should hick-ups happen the system can support independently all emergency systems such as:
Police, Fire Dept., Hospitals & life dependent places and means (like retirement homes). We want to call it
Hallow but a Movie took that name

We could wrap fuel tankers with (foams-bullet absorbing) this to make them bullet-proof & Nuclear Hardened
their skin could become Electro-Magnetic Armor.
The Greatest thing about Protecta-Grid is once it is in place, after we place Power-Star satellites into Space they
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have focal points to send energy safely to with accuracies never seen before. Thus, allowing America to always
have a plan B for energy & communications.

Founder Shawn Boike is an “Official California State Advisor” to: The White House, US Senate & US Congress
since 1995. Spoken & communicated with all 4 Presidents (including Trump- 2nd week in office) also his cousin
(Bobby (Robert) Boyke was President Ronald Reagans #1 Secret Service man (like Gerard Butler played in
Olympus has fallen or London has fallen movie).

4.3 ENERGY FROM SPACE; The Future of US All can use Powerstar
A solar power system consists of a space segment that collects solar energy, converts the energy into radiation
(typically in a wavelength band to which the atmosphere is mostly transparent), then transmits the radiation to
a ground facility that converts the radiation into electrical power. "Power-Star is the breakthrough solution for
the space segment. Take mass- produced SMF, and form it into balloon satellites, as in the Echo satellites (see
below). Compactly folded for launch, it is automatically inflated on-orbit to provide enough power for a first-
revenue system. Dozens of launches of complex structures with many moving parts requiring robotic in-space
construction are all unnecessary. One launch = one system."
Space Solar Power to be known as: Energy from Space Program aka, refers to the concept of a space system
that collects solar power via photovoltaic & mirrors then transmits it to ground collection stations using visible
or microwave radiation. Most important to me & US is to back the US Dollar with the Future of Energy &
Economy.

Figure 4.3-1: Overview of Energy from Space called Power-Star


Building the Space Solar Power Transmission Systems with >300+ Smaller Satellites with morphing mirrors can
produce over 25 Terawatts and power most of the World for many decades & centuries.
In addition, we can beam down the power via lasers and create efficient, affordable desalination salt water to
places worldwide. We can also start to control/tame weather by overlapping beams/rays and even some
known frequencies causing convection and using upper currents to move it to rain where there are droughts
including eliminating tornadoes & bad hurricanes. We can also make Space Death rays for vaporizing threats
from space (like Reagan’s Star Wars), also vaporize those threats which cannot be captured (space debris),
additionally send a beam out to our Mars or outer planetary transport.
Understand the future doesn’t have to be like the past and demanding to make the Future better - like our Race
to Space and the moon. In this pursuit of one’s destiny is limitless.
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Figure 4.3-2 NASA’s 1st Satellite Echo in response to Sputnik


Nasa’s Echo shown in figure 4.3-1 was America’s response to Russia’s sputnik the World’s 1st space Satellite.
Echo was produced from Mylar which is explained further in Section 4.4.1. The Advantages NASA had over the
Russian Sputnik is cover & capability due in large to its size or square foot area and launching as a compressed
small packaged unit.

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Figure 4.3-3 Echo Packaging for Launch

Figure 4.3-4 Packaging Post Launch in Space Expansion


Power-Star’s packaging would be similar to that used for NASA’s Echo some 50+ years ago. FYI - Echo II

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inflation mechanism is similar to that we use in today’s automotive life-saving air-bags.

Figure 4.3-4 NASA’s Inflation Mechanism for in Space Expansion (Ref. - Patent)
The Powers-Star will use similar inflation mechanism as used on NASA’s Echo II here is an overview explanation;
Balloon will be inflated by the sublimation of a powder upon exposure to the heat of sunlight.
• This gas will inflate pillows, which will begin the deployment process and prevent the gas from getting
trapped in pockets.
• Once the pillows inflate, they will vent gas through perforations in the surface of the pillow, inflating the
rest of the satellite.
• The copper grounding grid will be designed to yield at a certain pressure, providing stability to the
satellite’s shape.
• One of the pillows will be designed to rupture the outer surface of the balloon after deployment,
allowing the Power-Star to release excess gas once the copper grid has just begun to yield.

4.4 INSTA-GRID Technologies Explained:


Insta-Grid integrates 4 various topic technologies for producing the basic “Insta-Grid” Solar Microwave Fabrics
on all applications. Each application has unique environment and safety concerns, which are all taken into
consideration for their successful materials recipe. There are 4 basic technologies which may use different
materials to perform their duty uniquely per it’s application whether it’s used on humans for clothing or Earth
for EMP & Nuclear Hardened protection vs. Space Satellite or transportation applications. These 4 are
considered in; 1) Substrate Layer (Fabric & Media) we use as foundation, 2) Solar Cell (Printed Photovoltaic), 3)
Microwave (Patch Antenna), and 4) Coatings & Packaging for protecting our recipe from environment effects.

4.4.1 Substrate Layer (Media & Fabric)


Substrate Layer as shown in figure 4-1 & 4-2 could be made from a multitude of materials from common
Kapton, Mylar, Composites; Carbon, Kevlar & Dyneema all commercially available on rolls.
We are looking at customizing to (3D) 3 dimensionally sewn Hybrid composites with Kevlar, Carbon, Dyneema
fiber with conductive threads. The simple industrial materials which can be purchased in roll form shall be done
this way such as; the Kapton, Mylar or similar electrical sheets which do not need integral fibers or composite
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strengthening.

Figure 4.4.1-1 Kapton – Polyimide


The electrical production industry commonly uses Kapton which has such Properties as:
• Organic Polymeric material
• Comes in films of types: HN, VN, FN
• Does not melt or burn
• Functions at temperatures ranging from -269 C to 400 C
• Excellent chemical resistance

Kapton has its advantages in high temperature, roll form film available & very good chemical resistance. This
can easily be adapted to our roll to roll mass production system. It doesn’t stretch well and can be formed into
a huge Power-Star Satellite.

Table 4.4.1-2 Kapton Physical & Thermal Properties


Kapton has its advantages in high temperature applications & transparency to microwave.

NASA’s original Echo Satellite was made from Mylar. Here are some basic properties of Mylar which may be
used for the right applications.
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Figure 4.4.1-3 Mylar -BOPET


Since NASA’s Echo production used Mylar which has such noted Properties:
• Polyester Film made from resin Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET)
• Functions at temperature ranging from -70 C to 150 C or -250 C to 200 C when physical requirements
aren’t demanding

Table 4.4.1-4 Mylar Physical & Thermal Properties


Every application will require Formal Trade Studies to provide insight in deciding the correct material per its
environment & use. This is a standard we nickname media or substrate layer for understanding, others are
explained in Appendix C.

More advance composite fabric system has been used in Aerospace & Defense applications usually as the
composites themselves with an epoxy resin system to stiffen & shape the material into the vehicles required
mild line surfaces. Sometimes we have co cured a scrim cloth which is like a screen that is conductive to create
the faraday cage to protect the inside from any outside events like Electro-Magnetic Pulse, Nuclear Events or on
the Apache helicopter it was used to protect the avionic packages from microwave interference from then new

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cellular or mobile phones (more like bricks). We are developing at least three different fabrics; Kevlar, Carbon
and Dyneema.

Kevlar Fabric: Benefits overall are Microwave Transparency, Fireproof & Bulletproof.
The tensile modulus and strength of Kevlar 29 is roughly comparable to that of glass (S or E), yet its density is
almost half that of glass. Thus, to a first approximation, Kevlar can be substituted for glass where lighter weight
is desired. Kevlar 49 or 149 can cut the weight even further if the higher strength is accounted for. Kevlar's
weight savings does come at a price: Kevlar is significantly more expensive than glass.

Figure 4.4.1-5 Kevlar Fabric Roll


Kevlar has other advantages besides weight and strength. Like graphite, it has a slightly negative axial
coefficient of thermal expansion, which means Kevlar laminates can be made thermally stable. Unlike graphite,
Kevlar is very resistant to impact and abrasion damage. It can be used as a protective layer on graphite
laminates. Kevlar can also be mixed with graphite in hybrid fabrics to provide damage resistance, increased
ultimate strains, and to prevent catastrophic failure modes.

Carbon Fabric: Benefits In the case of carbon fiber, things can be advantageous:
• Great Thermal Properties (stability, and conductivity) better than steel.
• High Tensile and compression strength
• Great Thermal endurance (particularly at cold temps)
• Moisture absorption resistance
• Good Electrical conductivity
• Great Chemical resistance

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Figure 4.4.1-6 Carbon Fabric Roll


Advantages: Carbon is stiffer and stronger, generally, though some specialized high-strength glass, like S2 glass,
is almost comparable in strength on a volume basis. Carbon is also lighter for the same volume of material.
Carbon composite parts therefore tend to be much lighter than glass composite parts. Given that the cost-
effective route seems to have been beaten to death, making a more robust system capable of handling more
stress and fatigue than the "tired and true" fiberglass, Mylar or Kapton methods ever could.

Disadvantages Glass stretches more before it breaks, so it's more useful for flexible applications, like skis and
snowboards, and helicopter blades. This ability to stretch also makes glass better suited for high impact
damage, like ballistics (bullets hitting your glass or carbon part, though presumably not your snowboard).
Carbon fiber is roughly 8X-15X more expensive than glass per weight.
Carbon fiber is conductive (maybe useful or not depending on application), electrically and thermally, glass is
not. Carbon fiber doesn't change size much with temperature. Glass does, about as much as steel, when in a
composite form.
It means that the weight savings will justify the additional cost. But good luck finding that number out. The
auto designers have some idea what it is, for example, maybe it's $20-$30/lb. of weight saved, but most
aerospace & automotive manufacturers don't even know the real cost of their existing parts, (total cost,
including all the allocated overhead, etc.) so it’s difficult to make a good comparison and figure out when it's
possible to make such changes.

Dyneema Fabric: Benefits is the strongest and most durable fiber in the world.
As a fabric, it offers game-changing properties for the sports and lifestyle, life protection, and workwear
industries.
• 30% lighter than nylon/ polyester
• 45% lighter than aramid
• 15 times stronger than steel

Flexible composite fabrics take strength and durability to new highs. Dyneema® Composite Fabrics dramatically
increase tear, puncture, and abrasion performance dramatically compared with 500D nylon, while cutting
weight and reducing bulk.

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Figure 4.4.1-7 Dyneema Fabric Rolls


Dyneema can also be tailored and optimized for strength, stretch, and weight, and for thickness overall and at
specific points or along predetermined load paths. The customizable properties of these flexible composite
fabrics allow them to be used in numerous applications and industries, ranging from outdoor sports equipment
to emergency medical products.

We have just shown and explained basics on these standard materials on rolls we nickname media or substrate
layer for understanding, further details & other materials are explained in Appendix C.

Making materials that need customized recipe of various materials/fabrics for consumer goods or added
conductive threads as we use in the Protecta-Grid formula requires weaving machines. The undisputable “Best”
3D weaving machine is the Shima Seiki machine systems for all parts of this from the design by the thread
CAD/CAM system to the machine, ink jet printers and cutters.

Shima Seiki Machine: Custom Sewn, weaving, flat knitting fabrics #1 machine in industry with a
rich history of technological innovation. Having invented the world’s first Digital Stitch Control System and seam
free, WholeGarment® knitwear, we are also known as an industry pioneer. Many innovations and benefits
never available until Shima Seiki invented the threaders are:

• Shaped knitting capability unique to flat knitting


• Integral knitting of built-in aggregate parts
• Seam-free WholeGarment® technology that knits products in their entirety
• Development of new stitches and knit structures
• Expanding the capability to handle new materials in both knitting and cutting
• Maintaining a comprehensive product range consisting of knitting width and gauge as well as cutting
area and ply thickness

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Figure 4.4.1-8 Shima Seiki’s machine & Consumer Goods segments-Ref.


Our plans to purchase at least a couple machines at startup for material & process science development along
with their CAD/CAM to the thread design systems enable to customize our recipe’s. We will look at many blends
of materials & configurations to have the most successful mix determined during R&D, here are some:

Figure 4.4.1-9 Example of Various Materials sewn by Shima Seiki’s machine

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4.4.2 Solar Cell (Printed Photovoltaics)


We will develop the world’s best-known 3D printed Solar Cell Technology along with evolving the Best efficiency
known technologies into never been done before 3D printing into a roll to roll process.

Figure 4.4.2-1 Solar Cell Thickness by Technology Classification


Weight savings along with efficiency improvements >20% are being developed by many companies & countries,
it is like finding the Holy Grail of power to weight “Best Solar Cell Material”.

Figure 4.4.2-2 Example - Printed (flexible) Solar Cell


We are going to develop the best-known technology for printed flexible solar cells onto various substrate
layers/media/fabric. Further explanation is explained below, first you must understand the solar cell state of

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the technologies “Best known & proven Efficiencies”. Looking at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory
(NREL) charted confirmed efficiency and the applied technology used to achieve them.

Figure 4.4.2-3 Solar Cell (Photovoltaic) Efficiencies


Solar cells in Figure 4.4.2-3 typically convert not more than 20 percent of incoming energy into electricity, in part
because they capture only certain wavelengths of light. Researchers at Germany’s Fraunhofer Institute for Solar
Energy Systems have developed a solar cell that converts 46.0 percent—a new record. (Further explanation in
the chart above in Appendix D).
It consists of a lens that concentrates sunlight onto four stacked subcells, each designed to absorb a distinct
portion of the spectrum.

Figure 4.4.2-4 Solar Cell Best New Technology (like 297 suns)
The team estimates it will take them another two to three years to scale up the 5.2-millimeter prototype for use
in solar-power plants.
1. Sunlight passes through a multifaceted lens known as a Fresnel. The lens focuses direct sunlight,
delivering the power equivalent of 297 suns to the solar cell below.
2. The first subcell, made from gallium indium phosphide, captures photons from the shortest wavelengths of
light. The subcells beneath it contain elements capable of capturing progressively longer wavelengths.
3. Each subcell consists of several semiconductor layers, which create an electric field. As photons enter, they
excite electrons, freeing them from the subcell.

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4. Once the freed electrons reach the top of the stack, a metal contact funnels them toward an output terminal
as a direct current.

Roll to Roll Processing will be used for an intelligent fully automated manufacturing system. The R2R process
will be used for: our printed electronic, Solar Cells and Microwave Patch Antennas.

Figure 4.4.2-5 Roll to Roll Process Flow (simplified)


To provide understanding on the basics as shown in Figure 4.4.2-5, the three essential steps of R2R
manufacturing are deposition, patterning and packaging. Following the bottom contact TFT device structure
shown in Figure 4.4.2-6, a transparent conducting oxide film is deposited on top of the flexible substrate to act
as the gate electrode for the TFT. Indium Tin Oxide (ITO) is the current industry favorite due to its superior
environmental stability, low electrical resistivity (1 to 3 x 10‐4 Ω‐cm) and high transparency to visible light
(>90% at a film thickness of 6 to 100 nm). 17 In the interest of space, deposition methods will not be discussed in
this review. In subsequent patterning steps, a thin insulating dielectric film of SiO2 and the metallic source and
drain electrodes are produced before printing the organic semiconductor layer. Rather than conventional
photolithography methods, soft lithography methods, laser ablation, and inkjet printing methods seem like
promising technologies for large area flexible displays. Finally, the devices must be packaged in a barrier layer
to prevent oxygen and moisture contamination of the organic semiconductor layers.

Figure 4.4.2-6 Example 1 of Solar Cell Roll to Roll Process (Ref: Riso Labs)

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3D Printing Solar Cells Roll to Roll Processing for our processing; 1) Starts with the (Raw Material) substrate
layer or media.

Figure 4.4.2-7 Example 2 of Solar Cell Roll to Roll Process with 3D printing & Coating

Our Roll to Roll processing will be developed & perfected during the initial R&D Phase, all the Best materials &
processes will be studied & developed providing 3 of the Best options for all 3 different product lines.

Figure 4.4.2-8 Example of How (Materials) Solar Cell Roll to Roll are Manufactured
There are multiple cross section being investigated and evaluated for “Best Performance” per application along

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with the optimal design & “Best Producibilty” techniques.

Figure 4.4.2-9 Example of proposed Structural Cross section


Figure 4.4.2-9 is a simplified view of another cross section to perform antenna activity on an Eco style design
with Mylar media.

4.4.3 Microwave (Patch Antenna)


Research has shown what frequency wavelength is optimal for transference of energy from Space through
Earth’s atmosphere as shown in Figure 4.3-5.

Figure 4.4.3-1 Frequency Absorption Spectrum of Earth’s Atmosphere


The Space Solar Team at the 2014 National Space Society (NSS) International Space Development Conference in
Los Angeles the agreed to frequency was 5.8 GHz. This is the same as most people’s home cordless phone
system uses, after more definitive research the best is ½ that @ 2.45 GHz.
Patch Antenna design & 3D printing; The key innovations essential to the system include: (1) high efficiency
dual polarized rectenna and array; (2) EMI noise reduction techniques, (3) failure and thermal analysis (4),
device technology study for high frequency rectennas and (5) the bus-bar design for DC output power.

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Figure 4.4.3-2 Example - Printed (flexible) Patch Antenna


High power transmitter sources such as high-power tubes or quasi-optical power combiner in which a large
number of low power devices combine their output powers quasi-optically in the free space can convert
available electrical energy (solar, nuclear, hydro, etc.) into an electromagnetic wave (microwave, millimeter-
wave, laser), transmitting via an antenna, and the receiving the energy at a remote point, and converting back
into a usable format (DC, 60 Hz, etc.). The rectenna (rectifier + antenna) that converts the received microwave
power into DC power can be developed using printed antenna elements integrated with the solid-state devices
such as Schottky devices.
Benefits of printed Patch Antennas:

Figure 4.4.3-3 Example Woven Conductive Material for Patch Antenna & Electronics.
Figure 4.4.3-3 can be sewn &/or using an inkjet printer for patch antennas printing in R2R process :
• Allows printing on any shape, including “beach ball” strips
• Allows experimenting with number of layers for effectiveness and flexibility
• Allows experimenting with printed material (i.e., gold, silver)
Currently the Technology Readiness Level is (TRL): 4
• Currently has not been tested in a relevant environment.
• Mass production has not yet been attempted.
• Estimated cost: TBD, we will perform a confirmed manufacturing matrix for comparability & applications.
• Up to 79% efficiency on FR45 resin.
We will run strip through solar cells printer first, then onto patch antenna printer.

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4.4.3. Retro-Directive MW Transmission


The Space Solar Team at the 2014 National Space Society (NSS) International Space Development Conference in
Los Angeles the agreed to frequency was 5.8 GHz. This is the same as most people’s home cordless phone
system uses, after more definitive research the best is ½ that @ 2.45 GHz. Brown published the first paper
proposing microwave energy for power transmission, and in 1964 he demonstrated a microwave-powered
model helicopter that received all the power needed for flight from a microwave beam at 2.45 GHz from the
range of 2.4GHz – 2.5 GHz frequency band which is reserved 101 for Industrial, Scientific, and Medical (ISM)
applications. Experiments in power transmission without wires in the range of tens of kilowatts have been
performed at Goldstone in California in 1975 and at Grand Bassin on Reunion Island in 1997.
Retro-Directive Rectenna principal technologies explain: understanding Fundamental Power Shaping Concept

Figure 4.4.3-4 Example – Power Shaping


The very same time-reversal principle has been applied to acoustics. See Scientific American, November 1999.

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Figure 4.4.3-5 Example – The Acoustic Time-Reversal Mirror


The collectenna TM (similar to Rectenna) operations are simultaneous. But we illustrate one step at a time.
The next chart Figure 4.4.3-6 shows a simulation of a flat phased array receiving radiation from two beacons on
the ground.

Figure 4.4.3-6 Example – flat phased array receiving radiation from two beacons on the ground.
Recording the beacon signals, then amplifying them and playing them back in reverse time occur concurrently.
To simplify the explanation, we illustrate these steps separately. First, consider the beacon propagation…

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Figure 4.4.3-7 Example – Plotted Phase array beacon transmission


Now turn off the beacon and let each pixel on the line segment re-transmit the wave-form it recorded - but in
reverse time…

Figure 4.4.3-8 Example – Power-Star Power Transmission in 3D


Remember in 3D; the phased array does not have to be flat!
Beam Shaping Algorithm – Summary:
• Each patch antenna (actually a transmitter/receiver) senses the beam(s) radiation at its location.

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• It processes this information and transmits a greatly amplified signal in reverse time.
• Control of each patch antenna is purely local. No global, large-scale algorithm is needed.
• The patches act independently – the resulting transmission pattern is an emergent phenomenon.
• Even if the Power-Star surface is distorted or damaged, the beam shaping algorithm will perform at
some level.

Figure 4.4.3-9 Power-Star Power Transmission Principals


Each antenna transmits only if the beacon(s) radiation is received.
Each transmitting antenna draws power from:
• Solar cells in its immediate vicinity (within a few centimeters), or
• Through the thickness of the “skin” from receivers on the inner surface of the skin.
Power distribution to each antenna is local – there is no need for a complex power management system.
Strictly local architecture means robustness against partial damage!

This & other Power Transmission evolution is further explained in Appendix E Microwave (Power Transmission).

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4.4.4 Coatings & Packaging:


Rain, snow, sleet, hail, dust, dirt, various temperature (earth based), radiation, oxidation, micro meteorites and
extreme temperatures (+230 to -230 degrees f.) and how space exposure affects a computer interface board
used to transmit, communicate between the ground and the satellite(s). It is one in a series of investigations to
develop & test how earth; space exposure affects spacecraft materials and elements such as solar cells, patch
rectenna/collectenna and computers (PCBs).

3 main product lines


Each of our 3 main product lines: has different applications; all which can be altered & customized for
Customers. Here are the Main Product Lines and (environment):

1. Insta-Grid: Consumer Goods Material Systems (Earth based-consumer FDA compliance)


2. Protecta-Grid: Nuclear Hardened & Bulletproof Material Systems (Earth based-FDA & Electrical UL, CE
compliance)
3. Power-Star: Satellites Systems (Space based, LEO, MEO & GEO Orbits-NASA compliance)

Our team is made up with experts from all areas listed above Earth based environment we use many Military
specs to maintain stringent compliance in Safety to all consumers. Here are a few to be compiled during the
Systems Engineering activity in R&D: we address (at least): MIL-STD-810, ARP4754A, DO-178, DO-254 Protecta-
Grid we add MIL-STD-454A, for Space we will add NASA-STD-5010, NASA-STD-5019 & others too large to list
herein.

This & other coatings is further explained in Appendix F Coating & Packaging (Options).

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5. Market Analysis
5.1 The Overall Marketplace:
Capital costs to produce energy have doubled since year 2000, we are going to reduce that and help eliminate
the environmental issues. The original market for the Solar- Fabric was for Space Solar Power, as energy
demand keeps growing exponentially more ways have been looked at without the carbon footprint.
Nowadays the world consumes around 20 terra-watts of energy per year. The average consumer pays 10-25
cents ($0.10-$0.25 USD) per kilowatt hour, sometimes much more in hard to service areas and other
Countries.
Insta-Grid believes it can realistically capture 3% of the domestic market, or more than $54 Billion by its fifth
year of operations. Insta-Grid plans to capture 10% of the World’s energy market, or $2 Trillion/year by its
15th year of operations. This is very probable because these Satellites can be mass produced and launched
with multiple satellites per launch.

Figure 5-1: Annual Spending in our Market place

These manufacturers must find ways to achieve improved efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint
while containing costs. The annual spending increase from $130 billion today and expected to reach
$550 billion by 2035 thus requiring new finance models & sources such as our Space Solar Power or
Energy From Space systems. Many countries and people have been proposing this since the 1970s and
much more recently. Currently, there is no competition in this industry.

5.2 Worldwide Energy Demand:


Over 50% of U.S. crude oil and petroleum products imports came from the Western Hemisphere (North, South,
and Central America, and the Caribbean, including U.S. territories) during 2012. About 29% of our imports of
crude oil and petroleum products came from the Persian Gulf countries of Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi
Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. Our largest sources of net crude oil and petroleum product imports were
Canada and Saudi Arabia.

Top sources of net crude oil and petroleum product imports:


• Canada (28%)
• Saudi Arabia (13%)
• Mexico (10%)
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• Venezuela (9%)
• Russia (5%)
It is usually impossible to tell whether the petroleum products you use came from domestic or imported
sources of oil once they are refined. Reliance on petroleum imports has declined U.S. dependence on
imported oil has declined since peaking in 2006

Figure 5.2-1: Ref. – U.S. Energy Petroleum Import Data

The US petroleum cartels bring in over $20 Trillion per year and $12 Trillion per year with the largest profits in
the World. When the Congressional Oversight inquiry asked them to open their books to explain their product
costing structure, they told the US Government they don’t have to (which is true) because they make more than
our Countries GDP.

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Figure 5-3: Insta-Grid’s Energy Market Investment needs $16.4 Trillion


Investment into Energy in 2013 was $1.6 Trillion which is just slightly less than 10% of the entire
market sales; this amount has doubled since 2000. Here is the link to the overall World’s Energy
Outlook, where some of these charts come from:
http://www.slideshare.net/internationalenergyagency/weio2014-presentation

MARKET/Energy is #1:
The Market for our flexible and adaptable fabric will be used for producing energy & communications
along with its fabric that maybe made structurally valuable (like shielding). The overall market(s) for
the AIC-SVC Business is $17,702.2 Billion USD (2015 Est. Value) applicable to:
1) Clean Energy, Production
2) Electro Magnetic Hardening (EMH) the electrical Grid System & Military
3) Communication, Telecon Suppliers & Satellites.
4) Other/New Markets: Land Use in providing Energy & Communication for disasters, war time,
some areas where it doesn’t exist or outdated and vulnerable to failures.

42
120
MARKET REVENUE
314.2 Annual in $ Billion US

Energy ($17.2 T)

EM Harden Grid ($42B)


17,226
Communications Supply (314.2)

Other Markets

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Figure 5-4: Overall Insta-Grid Annual Market place $18 Trillion/Year


To break down the markets numbers into more understandable segments & which are focused on our
introduction and penetration would be a reasonably small percentage by focused markets.

5.3 US Electrical System Marketplace


In 2012, there are about 19,023 individual generators at about 6,997 operational power plants in the
United States with a nameplate generation capacity of at least one megawatt.

Figure 5-5: Grid System Overview Areas of Susceptibility


A power plant can have one or more generators, and some generators may use more than one type of
fuel.

% change from
Jul-14 Jul-13
Total net generation 384,839 -2.30%
thousand megawatt hours
$Residential retail price 13.05 3.50%
cents/kilowatt-hour
*Retail sales 347,151 -2.40%
thousand megawatt hours
Natural gas consumption 870,103 -7.30%
thousand cubic feet
Coal consumption 81,631 -1.90%
thousand tons
Cooling degree-days 308 -12.30%
Total Market Cost ($Price x *Sales) = $17,226 Billion in Annual sales (2014)
Table 5-6: Table on Electrical Energy Sales in 2014
International Energy Agency IEA data from 1990 to 2008, the average energy use per person increased
10% while world population increased 27%. Regional energy uses also grew from 1990 to 2008: The
Middle East increased by 170%, China by 146%, India by 91%, Africa by 70%, Latin America by 66%, the
USA by 20%, the EU-27 block by 7%, and the world overall grew by 39%.

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In 2008, total worldwide energy consumption was 474 exajoules (132,000 TWh). This is equivalent to
an average power use of 15 terawatts (2.0×1010 hp).[7] The annual potential for renewable energy is:
1. solar energy 1,575 EJ (438,000 TWh),
2. wind power 640 EJ (180,000 TWh),
3. geothermal energy 5,000 EJ (1,400,000 TWh),
4. biomass 276 EJ (77,000 TWh),
5. hydropower 50 EJ (14,000 TWh) and
6. ocean energy 1 EJ (280 TWh).

Energy consumption in the G20 increased by more than 5% in 2010 after a slight decline of 2009. In
2009, world energy consumption decreased for the first time in 30 years, by −1.1%—equivalent to
130 megatons (130,000,000 long tons; 140,000,000 short tons) of oil—as a result of the financial and
economic crisis, which reduced world GDP by 0.6% in 2009.

5.4 Electro-Magnetic Hardening Grid


The Basics of Grid Security
America’s electric grid, data centers, telecommunications networks, and other critical infrastructure
can
be damaged or destroyed in several different ways: a nuclear weapon that generates an EMP (Electro-
Magnetic Pulse) effect; a geo-magnetic storm from the sun that also can generate an EMP effect; a
smaller, localized EMP that can be created with everyday equipment from Fry’s Electronics; cyber
warfare; and direct physical attacks. A nuclear EMP is a very real threat, given what we know about the
Iranian and North Korean nuclear weapons and ballistic missile programs. Both countries have
demonstrated advanced capabilities to create a functioning nuclear warhead as well as to build and test
the ballistic missiles that might be used as delivery vehicles for such weapons. Devices capable of
subjecting transformers and other critical infrastructure to localized, but destructive, levels of EMP can
be built from readily available equipment. While the damage would not be anywhere near as
devastating or widespread as a nuclear EMP device might cause, the ease of acquiring and assembling
parts obtainable from a local electronics shop means that terrorists have a relatively easy way to cause
significant damage to local communities.

Figure 5-7: Electric Grid System Common Overhead Distribution


The April 2013 attack on an electrical substation near San Jose, California demonstrates both the
vulnerability of our physical grid infrastructure as well as the fact that terrorists also have been thinking
about multiple ways to attack us. Assailants who were never apprehended attacked the Pacific Gas and
Electric Metcalf substation with automatic rifle fire on the night of 16 April 2013. Firing more than 100
shots altogether, they knocked out 17 transformers and, even though electric officials could avert a

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blackout, the damage took 27 days to repair. Jon Wellinghoff, chairman of the Federal Energy
Regulatory Commission at the time, called the attack “the most significant incident of domestic
terrorism involving the U.S. power grid that has ever occurred.”

EMP and the Shield Act


The best investment is the one that saves your life. House Bill 668 is called the Shield Act. Without
passage of the Shield Act millions of Americans will remain at risk in the event of an EMP attack. What is
an EMP attack? A nuclear warhead detonated at high altitude produces gamma rays that damage
electrical infrastructure on the ground. In July 1962, the United States tested a 1.44 megaton bomb at
an altitude of 400 kilometers in the mid-Pacific. More than 800 miles away, in Hawaii, 300 streetlights
were knocked out, alarm systems were triggered, and a telephone company microwave unit was
damaged. If the test had been closer to Hawaii, the effects could have been devastating.

In 1962 the Soviet Union carried out three nuclear tests, specifically to learn what altitudes produce the
most effective EMP. To produce a more powerful EMP effect, a nuclear bomb must be detonated in
close proximity to where the planetary electromagnetic field is strong. Typically, that means detonation
at an altitude of 30 to 200 kilometers. An electromagnetic pulse (EMP) creates energy that enters
electronic devices and power lines on the ground, causing massive power surges. Transformers blow,
electronic devices are fried.
The EMP effect has profound military potential. An EMP attack could be used to cripple enemy nuclear
weapons, missiles, bombers and even submarines (if they have deployed an antennae buoy). EMP
destroys communications equipment, satellites, transformers, computers and the electric grid itself. Per
national security analyst Dr. Peter Vincent Pry, in his 1990 book titled Nuclear Wars: Exchanges and
Outcomes, “EMP could potentially disable missiles in their silos by damaging their guidance computers
and other sensitive electronics, or destroy any launched missiles as they fly through the atmosphere.
Grounded or inflight bombers, or bomber weapons in their racks, could be damaged or destroyed by
EMP.”

American and Soviet planners realized that an EMP effect could be used to win a nuclear war. As
described by Dr. Pry above, EMP could be used to disrupt or destroy an enemy’s nuclear arsenal.
Realizing this potential, the Soviet Union and the United States both developed super-EMP bombs.
These weapons produce intense gamma radiation, enhancing the EMP effect so that hardened or
protected weapon systems can still be damaged. After successful tests the Russians deployed an
unknown number of EMP warheads. On its side, the United States failed to deploy its own version of the
super-EMP weapon.

Since proliferation is the word of the day, American experts are now concerned that rogue states have
acquired super-EMP technology. In fact, there is evidence that North Korea has developed and deployed
its own version of the Russian super-EMP bomb. Russian military officials have privately warned the U.S.
government that scientists from the Soviet super-EMP bomb project have been helping the North
Koreans. Last Thursday I spoke with Dr. Pry, who said that North Korea may have tested a super-EMP
weapon in May 2009. The “signature” of the North Korean test was consistent with a high-gamma
output combined with relatively small blast output – of three kilotons.
Pry also described Iranian missile tests which appear to resemble high altitude practice strikes. It is well
known that the Iranians and North Koreans have been collaborating. Both regimes consider the United
States to be Enemy Number One. The propaganda of both regimes includes the promise that America
will be destroyed. How this destruction is accomplished, we are not told. But simple observation of tests
and preparations should provide us with a clue.

Even a localized EMP strike could take out the entire U.S. power grid because power stations are all

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interconnected, and damage would cascade through the system wiping out equipment that could not be
replaced for at least 18 months. Per the “Report of the Commission to Assess the Threat to the United
States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack,” an EMP attack “can damage or disrupt the
infrastructure that supplies food to the population of the United States.” Supermarkets typically carry
enough food to supply the local population for three days. Without electricity, Americans will starve.
Less than two percent of Americans work on farms, according to the Commission report. “An attack that
neutralized farming technology would depress U.S. food production.” The food distribution system is
even more vulnerable.
The Commission report concludes: “Absolute deprivation of food, on average, will greatly diminish a
person’s capacity for physical work within a few days. After 4 to 5 days without food, the average
person will suffer from impaired judgment and have difficulty performing simple intellectual tasks. After
2 weeks without food, the average person will be virtually incapacitated. Death typically results after 1
or 2 months without food.”
In a continent-wide EMP attack, between one-third and four-fifths of the population would die. As of
today, the United States government has taken no action to prepare for this kind of attack, or harden
vital systems essential for saving millions of lives. In 2010 Congress tried to pass the Grid Act (HR 5026).
After being passed by the House, the Grid Act died in a Senate committee. Today we have a chance to
pass another bill, called the “Secure High-Voltage Infrastructure for Electricity from Lethal Damage Act”
(the Shield Act). It acknowledges that American lives will be lost without electricity, so the grid must be
protected. The cost of the Shield Act is minimal – pennies per month for the average electric bill. A
better investment can hardly be imagined.
(This was compiled from an article by JR NYQUIST04/23/2012.)

Millions of lives could be lost if the Iranians or North Korans launch an EMP attack. It is unthinkable that
America has not adopted measures to protect its power grid. But that’s how it stands today-Until NOW!

Guy Crittenden | Workbook | Getty Images

Figure 5-8: Grid System Distribution Susceptible to EMP Attack & Failure

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In the Market case for our Protecta-Grid product of a Solar-Microwave Hardened Fabric; to be used to
harden/protect the electrical grid system, from Electro-Magnetic Pulse (EMP) or upper atmosphere
nuclear explosion and prevent disaster from penetration of small arms (bullets). This would be used at
approximately 6,000 electrical plants, generations and grid support systems. Implementation to reduce
terrorist & solar flare grid outage would be starting with the most susceptible regions/areas and of
public & government concerns. This is not exclusive to the US, and has been shown for the US alone
because, good data &information exists and highly susceptible due to threats being sought by their
enemies-terrorists. Currently there is no competition in this industry. In the case of a Solar Flare (aka
CME):

Figure 5-9: Image of Solar Flare Corona Mass Ejection (CME)


NASA scientists say that a direct hit to Earth from one of these solar events would have a catastrophic
impact on the nation’s critical infrastructures, costing upwards of $2 trillion dollars in damage during
the first year alone. According to their best estimates, it would take at least four years to recover, with
urban areas being hit especially hard.
Because of their total dependency on critical infrastructures for electricity, communications, food and
water delivery, banking and financial services, and even emergency services, highly populated urban
centers would experience the brunt of the catastrophe and would likely see large amounts of death and
chaos.

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Figure 5-10: Electro Magnetic Pulse or Nuclear Vulnerability Concerns.


According to Frank Gaffney, a spokesman for the Center for Security Policy, within a year of an attack “9
out of 10 Americans would be dead, because we can’t support a population of the present size in urban
centers and the like without electricity.” If that sounds a little high, consider Former CIA Bureau Chief
Claire Lopez is also warning that “Within one year, it is estimated that 9 out of 10 of all Americans
would be dead.”

5.5 Communications & Space Satellites


The global space sub-segment is growing despite the economic downturn, with
an average predicted annual growth rate of 12%. Figure 8-8 represents the global
military space requirements market forecast by technology type.

Figure 5-11: Space & Communications Requirements Market Forecast (2017)


Source: Market Info Group LLC
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Space Satellite market is a total of $363.6 Billion dollars in 2017 combined. Much of this is next
generation Global Positioning Satellites system also new improved communications (military comm.
includes GPS). Power-Star is both a communication & energy delivery system which could be upgraded
as a Military Defense system. In Energy alone, we plan to go after 10% of the Earth’s requirements to
handle population growth, civilization maturity. The Energy market alone is going to bring in $2 Trillion
dollars per year in current year dollars. After we develop this it will be turned over to the US
Government under NASA for improved evolution & National Modernization plus backing the Federal
Reserve.

5.6 Competitive Landscape


In the small-scale power generation market, we highlight the advantages of INSTA-GRID for powered
bimini tops. With current technology, stiff, bulky, and cumbersome solar arrays must be attached (by
Velcro, in some cases as illustrated in Figure 4-1) to the bimini top and the wiring to be connected to be
used [1]. When the cruise is over, one must detach the solar array and unwire it to fold the bimini [2]. No
such complications arise with INSTA-GRID bimini tops, because the thin flexible INSTA-GRID integrates
both the structural component and the power generation component, permitting the solar power bimini
to be deployed and folded (as in Figure 4-2) completely without assembly/disassembly steps. Note that
in contrast to conventional “thin film” printed solar cell technologies, miniaturization of components
allows INSTA-GRID to be folded like flexible fabric (i.e. with small radii of curvature folds).

Figure 5-12: Folded bimini top illustrating the flexibility achievable with Solar-Microwave Fabric
Typically, in the history of any technology, the more mature and sophisticated the stage of its
development, the more streamlined, unobtrusive, and apparently simple it becomes. We find this
contrast again and again when comparing INSTA-GRID to “conventional” technique.

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Figure 5-13: Current solar cell technology for bimini tops (weak & rigid)
Regarding large-scale, ground-based solar power generation, for example, no system better illustrates the
gulf between current practice and Insta-Grid technology than the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating
System in the California Mojave Desert (Figure 4-3) [3]. It consists of 173,500 heliostats, each with two
large mirrors, focusing solar energy on boilers located on three 140m tall solar power towers. The
heliostats cover 2.4 million square meters. The solar power system produces electricity the same way as
traditional power plants – by creating high-temperature steam to turn a turbine [4]. It cost $2.2 billion
including a $1.6 billion loan guarantee from the U. S. government [5, 6].

The facility was predicted to produce 392 MW, but In November 2014, Associated Press reported that
the plant was producing only "about half of its expected annual output"[7]. Further, the plant requires
burning natural gas each morning to get the plant started. On August 27, 2014, the State of California
approved Ivanpah to increase its annual natural gas consumption from 328 million cubic feet of natural
gas, as previously approved, to 525 million cubic feet. [8]

In April 2015, "biologists working for the state estimated that 3,500 birds died at Ivanpah in the span of
a year, many of them burned alive while flying through a part of the solar installment where air
temperatures can reach 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit", reported the Wall Street Journal. [9]. Another issue
that has been reported is the effect of mirror glare on airplane pilots. [10]

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Figure 5-3: Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System in the California Mojave Desert
In contrast, an SFM system would consist of many SFM rugs laid on the ground and secured against wind.
Compared to heliostats, the rugs are virtually weightless. With thicknesses, only tens of microns, they can
be transported to the site in compact containers, and spread out without the need of precise alignment
or requirements on flatness. Once power distribution cables are connected, the system is ready to
generate power. There are no towers and other large, complex structures. There are no heliostats or
boiler systems to maintain. If a rug is past its prime, it is cheaply recycled and replaced. There is no need
to expend fossil fuel to start the system in the morning. There is no danger to people or wildlife because
the system does not need to concentrate sunlight. Nor is there distracting glare since the INSTA-GRID
albedo can be designed to match the reflectivity of the surrounding desert. Assuming an average noon-
time solar flux of 1kW per square meter, an INSTA-GRID with 20% efficiency and covering a square 1.4 km
on a side can generate over 300MW.

In the basic technology of panels or membranes that combine both solar cells and microwave
transmitters, we cite the NRL “sandwich module” which represents the US government’s most advanced
device in this line. The NRL sandwich module was intended to be part of the SPS-ALPHA (Solar Power
Satellite via Arbitrarily Large Phased Array [11] concept – discussed briefly below. The module has solar
cells on one side of a panel and transmitters on the other side. The left of Figure 4-4 shows an earlier
embodiment, along with a ruler to illustrate its obviously cumbersome dimensions. Subsequently, it was
found that because SPS-ALPHA concentrates sunlight, the sandwich modules have excessive heating
problems. The right side of the figure shows the recent “solution”. Now the design features two radiator
panels jutting out from the plane of the module, making the design even more bulky and complex. In
contrast, as Figure 4-5 illustrates, Solar-Microwave fabric is as thin or thinner that silk cloth, and no device
that uses it need involve concentrated sunlight – thus it is free of thermal problems.

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Figure 5‐4: Navel Research Lab’s most advanced, solar power collector/microwave transmitter model.

Power/Comm/Defense
This embodiment is the item described above, but with the internal transceivers omitted and with the
addition of an “active” mode of power transmission whereby radiation is broadcast to a non-cooperative
target and the return from the target is used as the beacon for direction of a high-power density beam.

Figure5-5: Solar-Microwave Fabric prototype (close-up)


In the power gathering mode, the Power/Com/Defense embodiment simply uses the printed solar array
elements. As pictured in Figure 9, a compactly folded rug of fabric is brought to a forward military base,
a developing world location or similarly difficult to access location and is then unfolded, and spread over
the ground. Once deployed, it provides solar power using the printed solar cells and a conventional power
management and distribution system.
Besides providing power, this embodiment can be run in “active” retrodirective mode to provide self-
defense against airborne attack, as pictured in Figure 10. The patch antennas are energized to transmit
a broad directivity radiation pattern, and radiation return from intruding air vehicles is used as the beacon
for retrodirective beam transmission. Note that a first revenue unit Power-Star at geostationary orbit will
generate safe, low energy density radiation on the ground. Decrease the transmission energy to less than
100km, however, and the power density is enormous. A Power/Comm/Defense rug could easily be
designed to disable an aircraft or rocket at some tens of kilometers’ distance.
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The addition of the active mode of retrodirective beam control makes this embodiment an original
contribution to the state-of-the-art – both for power collection in remote places and as a method for
aircraft and missile defense.

Transmitter
Solar cell Power
connectors
Substrate layer

Figure 5-6: Power/Com/Defense embodiment in power collection mode

➢Using power direct from solar cells or another source, operate beam forming in active
mode.

➢This means irradiate target, sense return and use as beacon signal. Beam forming proceeds
as described for Power-Star.

Figure 5-7: Power/Com/Defense embodiment in defense mode


The runner-up concept for space solar power satellite design is the SPS-Alpha concept (Figure 4-6) [11].
While an improvement over previous efforts SPS-ALPHA has thousands of rotating mirrors used to
redirect reflected sunlight onto the solar array, and the solar radiation redirection functions and
photovoltaic radiation functions are segregated into different, very large structures. The very large
structure cannot be launched except through many launch vehicles, and the system must be assembled
on-orbit via elaborate infrastructure, including advanced robotic technology. Thus, as in all previous

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effort, the concept interposes the obstacle of a huge initial investment to achieve a first revenue system.

Figure 5-8: SPS-ALPHA concept for space solar power: reflectors concentrate sunlight onto module
array. Satellite beams power to receiver from geosynchronous orbit.

In contrast, the Power-Star design (see Figure 4-7) combines the new printing technologies with well-
established inflatable satellite technologies [13, 14]. INSTA-GRID sheets are produced in mass
quantities. The thin sheets are assembled into a spherical balloon. For launch, the sphere is compactly
packaged in a small container that fits into the launch vehicle payload faring. Once on orbit a volatile
material is made to sublimate to provide the gas pressure for initial inflation. Metallic layers within the
printed sheets are forced into yield to provide rigidification and the Power-StarTM sphere is then
evacuated. Electromagnetic propagation theory shows us that a completely decentralized control
algorithm allows us to coordinate the numerous (printed) microwave antennas to transmit multiple
beams to any desired ground-based power collection locations. Its advantages include:

➢ Its structure is extremely simple and can be fit into many launch vehicle payload envelopes.

➢ It can gather solar power from any angle and beam power in any direction (s) without slewing or
structural deformation.

➢ It has no moving parts.

➢ Power distribution technique involves power transmission within the “skin” only over distances
of a few centimeters

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➢ It can optimally approximate any desired field distribution on the ground.

➢ It requires no in-space assembly or construction

➢ The operation of the phased array is adaptive so that even if severely damaged, the system can
retain some level of useful performance.

Figure 5-9: Power-Star solar power satellite design (Patent Diagram)


(References for this Section 4 are listed in Reference Section)

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6. Strategy and Implementation Schedule


Enable to successfully develop the entire brand of “Insta-Grid TM” includes the “Insta-Grid TM Materials
& Fabrics, Protecta-Grid TM, and the World’s clean & climate improving future Powerstar TM

Section 5 discussed market opportunities for the new technologies described in Section 3. Having
considered the current state of practice and the industry in the foregoing section, we now outline our
strategy for initial development. In general terms, it is the “Bar-bell strategy” of Nassim Taleb
(Antifragility, [1]): We combine (1) an item with low risk – and a modest return, with (2) a venture with
modest down-side but unlimited upside. Examples of the first item might be flexible INSTA-GRID rugs for
private solar power generation, using relatively mature stage 1 or 2 technology as described in section 3.
Also, flexible fabric for sports items such as bimini tops, tents, etc. Items in the moderate risk but the
unlimited upside could be INSTA-GRID rugs for military forward operating bases, with more capable stage
3 technology. Also, in this category might be powered clothing and point-to-point communication clothing
listed under “Markets Created by INSTA-GRID” in Section 3.

Figure 6-1: Insta-Grid’s, Insta-Grid Evolutionary Schedule

Following an initial 12-month period of basic Insta-Grid engineering, development and marketing, our
plan (refer to Table 5-1) is to conduct a 9-month sequence of formal trade studies to select four basic
products (2 in each of the “bar-bells” mentioned above) and Proofs of Concepts. In the succeeding year,
these products will be developed and subjected to safety and environmental, etc. tests, and a strong sales
force formed.
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Following the initial 36-month R&D phase, we will commence the LRIP to FSD phase. Tests will be certified
and a production system brought up and running. Test equipment will be developed to test and evaluate
fabrics for wear-and-tear mechanisms. Government NASA’s Material and Processes Technical Information
System (MAPTIS) Codes will be created, certified and spec sheets validated and insured for marketing for
Space applications. Our research and Development (R &D) and Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP) is
planned to systematically reduce all risks in planning for the unknowns by thoroughly investigating,
testing and developing the production techniques synchronous with all new material & process
innovations. Here is the in-house high-level overview, human resource skills and schedule estimate for
successful planning.

Figure 6-2: Insta-Grid 10 Year Plan Phases


Full Scale Development/Production will start in the third section of the LRIP to FSD phase and full ROI is
expected within 39 months.
Insta-Grid’s plan to take-over what was once Boeing’s Engineering & development Building in Long
Beach next to the Airport. We will start with 2 floors at just over 25,000 square feet each providing
skilled professionals offices, conference rooms, Labs, research and development areas for clean
prototype machines development.

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Figure 6-3: Facility for Development for the first 5 Years


Insta-Grid’s plan to take-over what was once Boeing’s Engineering & development Building in
Huntington Beach. Building available is a 15391 Springdale St. Huntington Beach, CA. 92649 total
amount is over 61,048 feet. We will start with 2 floors of office space at just over 37,000 square feet
each providing skilled professionals offices, conference rooms, the Labs, Research and Development
areas for clean prototype machines development in the shop area.
By the 5th Year, we are planned to occupy complete building with added 5 to 6 clean rooms attached
and testing centers. This allows just over 150,000 feet for all research and development and labs for the
work we will be doing.
The plan is to create an Insta-Grid Headquarters after the fifth year designed and build for our business
model. It is to be designed with morphing walls and roof tops and our Insta-Grid material all over it.

Figure 6-4: Initial Facility Office Area

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7. TEAM MANAGEMENT
The ultimate success of AIC & SVC will be dependent upon management’s ability to develop an
innovative product line and to cost-effectively deliver the line to a large and receptive market. AIC &
SVC’s founding executives comprise the following high caliber professionals whose experience will create
immense synergy for the company.
(Note: See Appendix B for more detailed information on Key Personnel).

7.1 Key Personnel:


We have already identified the initial 111 people to get start, too many to list herein, below is an upper
Level Mgt. Org Chart as Startup.

Figure 7.1-1 Initial Leadership Org Chart (already >111 ID)

Shawn P Boike, CEO & President—Over 32 Years industrial experience, Executive Director, Manager,
consultant & employed at NASA, Boeing, General Dynamics, Northrop-Grumman, Lockheed Martin, GM,
Ford & for Samsung, see www.linkedin/in/shawnpaulboike
Dr. David Hyland, Exec. V.P. of Science & Engineering — Over 45-year experience; Educated at the
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr. Hyland served in the areas of reentry system technologies and
spacecraft control at the MIT Lincoln Laboratory for 14 years until 1983. He then led an advanced
technology group at the Harris Corporation as Senior Scientist until 1996. In the same year, he joined the
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, as Professor and Chairman of the Aerospace Department. During this
time, the Department’s research activity increased three-fold. He went to Texas A&M University in 2003
as Associate Vice Chancellor of Engineering, Associate Dean of Research Administration. Dr. Hyland, also
served as Royce E. Wisenbaker Chair of Engineering, Professor of Aerospace Engineering, Adjunct
Professor of Physics, and Director of Space Science and Space Engineering Research until his recent
retirement from Texas A&M in August, 2017. In September, Dr. Hyland established Augusta Quantum

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Electrodynamics Inc. Dr. Hyland’s continuing research interests include advanced RF systems,
nanotechnologies for power collection and transmission, and quantum processes for novel distributed
imaging systems and advanced propulsion.
George Blanton, CFO & VP Finance — 25 years+ experience as CFO with over $250M per year
Corporations, especially Aerospace & Defense. In addition he was CFO for many years in Satellite RF
Microwave wireless space programs.
Wade Keller, Director of Manufacturing — 45 years-experience; Former Executive Leader of
Operations for Boeing’s 747-8 the most profitable Aircraft in service.
James F Stadler, Director of Procurement — 40 years-experience; Manager of Procurement & Sub-
Contracts Management for Boeing’s Large Aircraft Group.
Dawn M Murphy, Mgr. of Program Management — 23 years of industrial marketing experience
culminates as a Program Manager for a Fortune 500 Aerospace manufacturers & capital equipment.
Kathleen Suhy, Mgr. - Finance — 30 years-experience CPA accounting experience, the last two of
which were consulting to start-up businesses.

Each of the founders has contributed substantially to the company in the form of sweat equity and
capital. Management believes that it is addressing a market destined to grow substantially with a well-
conceived line of products. It is confident that both market share and revenue projections will, at a
minimum, be achieved in the projected time frame.

7.2 Team Mates: Consultants, Key Suppliers, Members (Revise w/Visuals)


Our strategy to get to market with the least amount of burden for growing many new team members is
paying for members roles in tasks, activities and requirement(s) completion in development. Experienced
prior success has proven this to be the best “Lean Practice” for speed in schedule completion, overall
lower program costs without the delays and cumbersome adaptability for the overall program. A key
element of AIC-SVC’s strategy and it builds revenues as well as prevents other companies from working
with these strategic accounts. With roots in the sports and Internet industry, Insta-grid.com has
developed relationships and strategic alliances with companies and organizations who will provide
publicity, marketing, and technology assistance. S o m e o f t hese organizations include the
following:

Company Product Service Offering


NASA, NSF Skilled Personnel & Test Space, Sciences Environ,
Boeing, Northrop-Grumman Test & Services Supplier
ULA, SpaceX, Orbital, ESA Rocketships Launch Services
Siemens, IBM, Microsoft CAE, CAD & Simulation Development & Internet
BASF, 3M, Dupont Materials Material Supplier
Shima Seiki Fabric Machines Material Development
TCS Telecommunication Systems Build, Communications Supplier & Fabricator
ABB, AEI Systems Power & Testing Services Supplier
Chipton-Ross, Altair Tech Skilled Personnel Services Supplier
Dassault Systems, Altair CAE, CAE, etc. Eng. Softwares & System

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8. Financial Plan / Economics (Revise)


Insta-Grid has a planned Goal which is in 5 Years have just over 550 internal employees and over a
$Billion(s) of sales on the books, Insta-Grid is initially seeking $607 million in first-round financing. This
funding enables the company to develop & build its initial “Insta-Grid” consumer products line, to
implement aggressive sales and marketing plans, and to establish an initial manufacturing facility. The
company has a 3 Phase Funding Stage for Investors & the 3 Product lines, beginning with Insta-Grid and its
foundation in working solar microwave materials. The initial round of funding is the founding 7 Investors
with an investment of $21.7 Million per Investor per year. These founding 7 (I-G) get a 7% ownership
dividend with their Return On Investment in Year 6. The greatest benefit is free/exclusive 14% of ownership
in the Protecta-Grid (2% per Investor) & 7% ownership in the Power-Star product line (1% per Investor). In
Year 10 the founding 7 get a 10 X ROI because of their ownership rights in ALL Product Lines.

Estimated costs 2017-year dollars for the 10-year overview along with milestone and resource years of the
first, third, fifth, seventh & tenth years (All 10 Year Spreadsheets are found in Appendix D):

10-Year Overview:

Overview &
, etc Strategy Employees Value Cost
Insta-Grid Development Schedule Start Year 1 111 $100M $25M
Assumptions & Considerations: POC's & Plans Year 2 222 $300M $50M
Priority 1=1A: Low Risk & Low Cost Initial Designs & Development R&D Solidified Year 3 333 >$1B $100M Sellable Samples
Priority 2=1B: Quickest means to Proof of Concept (POC) Year 4 444 >$2B $300M Insta-Grid Production
Priority 3=1B: Quickest means to Test, Mfg. & Sales Year 5 555 >$5B $1.5B Profitable Protect US Grid
Priority 4-6=2: Sales & Mfg (ROI) Land use 1st Year 6 670 $10B $3B All
Very Profitable Systems Go
Year 7 777 $20B $7B >Expansion
Year 8 999 $50B $15B Bronze LaunchSatellites
Year 9 1222 $100B $28B Silver
Year 10 1777 $300B $38B Gold LaunchSatellites

Item# Phase Description Skills/Reqts #Employ Facilities Equipment Timeline


1 to 3 1 R&D R&D 30 Months R&D
CAE, CAD,
Mgt, Science,
Initial Start, Setup, Hire, Buy; Insta-Grid, Basic Composite CAM,
1 1A Eng, Sales, 111 1 California 12 Months
SMF Engineering, Development & Marketing Shima-Seiki
Admin Machine

Mgt, Science,
Design, Formal Trade Studies for 4 Basic 1 California & Above & added by
2 1B Eng, Sales, 222 skill
12 Months
Products & Proof Of Concept(s) 1 Texas?
Admin
Mgt, Science, 1 California, Above, add by
Engineered Environ. Tests, etc, Production
3 1C Eng, PM , Sales, 333 1 Texas? & 1 skill, +PM & 12 Months
Capabilitty with strong Sales Force Production Sys.
Admin Production

4 to 6 2&3 Mfg & Devel to Initial Systems D & Mfg 36 Months Mfg
Develop, Production System running into each
Mgt, Science, 1 California, Above, add by
process; trying to get from roll to roll then,
4 2A Eng, PM , Sales, 444 1 Texas? & 1 skill, +PM & 12 Months
improvements & plans (mass produce Production Sys.
MFG., Admin Production
produciton system planning)
Tests Certified, Production System running, Mgt, Science, 1 California, Above, add by
5 2B improvements & plans (mass produce Eng, PM , Sales, 555 1 Texas? & 1 skill, +PM & 12 Months
produciton modular system design & test) MFG., Admin Production Production Sys.

Initial Production, Improvement planning (mass Mgt, Science, 1 California, Above, add by Co.
6 3 produce mass produciton modular system Eng, PM , Sales, 670 1 Texas? & 1 skill, +PM & 12 Months Worth
PPAP) MFG., Admin Production Production Sys.
>$5B.
Ops, Launch &
7 to 9 4 to 7 Mass Production & Expansion Growth
48 Months Mass Growth
Mgt, Science, 1 California,
Production, implementing improvements (mass Above, add by
Eng, PM , Sales, 1 Texas? &
7 4 produce produciton modular system-fulfilled) 777 skill, +PM & 12 Months
MFG., Admin & TBD Production Sys.
Launch testing
Certs Production
Mgt, Science, 1 California,
Full Scale Production, implementing Above, add by
Eng, PM , Sales, 1 Texas? &
8 5 improvements (mass produce produciton 999 skill, +PM & 12 Months
MFG., Admin & TBD Production Sys.
modular system-fulfilled) Launch Systems a Go
Certs Production Space Launch
Full Scale Production, implementing Mgt, Science, 1 California,
Above, add by
improvements (mass produce produciton Eng, PM , Sales, 1 Texas? &
9 6 1222 skill, +PM & 12 Months
modular system-fulfilled) Revise & Improve new MFG., Admin & TBD Production Sys.
Sats Certs Production
Mgt, Science, 1 California,
Full Scale Production, implementing Above, add by
Eng, PM , Sales, 1 Texas? &
9 7 improvements (mass produce produciton 1777 skill, +PM & 12 Months
MFG., Admin & TBD Production Sys.
modular system-fulfilled) Full Year Launches
Certs Production Year 10

Figure 8-1: Overview Showing High-level 10 Year of Operations


Insta-Grid Company’s approach is inclusive of all 3 Major Product Avenues, this is:

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1) Insta-Grid’s initiated in year 1; basic materials product line, which allows creation & conversion
photons (solar rays) into energy with the microwave wireless transmission & reception of such
energy for consumer and commercial use.
2) Protecta-Grid focused start in year 1; which uses insta-grid basics adding bulletproofing material
with nuclear hardening faraday caging and attachable lithium polymer battery packs. This is seen
to be the highest priority for our new President Trump’s administration for Dept. of Homeland
Security (DHS), Dept. Of Defense (DOD) along with Dept. Of Energy to name a few.
3) Power-Star focused start in year 3; Made for Space we evolve our Insta-Grid along with EMP
mostly solar flare hardening material sciences. Its application as a large Kilo sphere with over 20%
efficiency similar to that of NASA’s 1st satellite called Echo. We will lead develop & test 3 initial
Satellites to be launched into space with help from NASA, Boeing & Northrop as our suppliers.
4) Mass Produced Power-Star Satellites; after initial 3 Power-Stars go into space in year 8, we will
perform technical trade studies with known data. The mass-produced one for 10% Earth’s Energy.

Year 1:

Figure 8-2: Spreadsheet showing 1st Year of Operations


In Year 1 Insta-Grid Co. is intensely Research & Development for various techniques of producing our Solar
Microwave Fabrics. It starts with many various recipes for all materials used along with processing
techniques based on our roll to roll & 3D printing technologies.

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10 Year Employee Chart:

Required Skills
Full Phase1 Phase 1C Phase 1C Phase 1C Phase 3 Phase Phase5 Phase 6 Phase 7 Phase 7
to 7 Ref Phase 1B Empl# Empl# Empl# Empl# 4Empl# Empl# Empl# Empl# Empl#
Item Description Internal 10
1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 Year 6Year 7 Year 8 Year 9 Year 10 Year
No. Yr. Growth
1 Mgt/Sr. Leaders 9 5 8 8 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
2 Science Leader-Directors 185 10 26 30 48 48 51 53 60 84 185
3 Eng & Design 490 34 68 69 120 129 159 184 280 375 9
4 Marketing/Sales 1368 14 28 54 64 74 92 105 139 185 290
5 Admin.& Techs 250 15 30 48 70 100 100 110 160 185 250
6 Ops & Bus Group 553 33 62 124 133 195 265 265 351 384 553
6 Human Resources Sub= 2855 111 222 333 444 555 676 726 999 1222 1296

7 Bldg Lease ($3/Mo) Employment Requirements


SOFTWARE REQD 3000
8 CAE, CAD, S'wares
9 Office
10 Project
2500
11 Simulations, CFD, FMEA…
12 Shima Seiki
13 CAE-EME, CFD, FEA
14 PDM System 2000
15 Misc
15
Total= $15,960,740
1500

1000

500

0
1 Year Internal 10 Yr. Growth

Mgt/Sr. Leaders Science Leader-Directors Eng & Design Marketing/Sales Admin.& Techs Ops & Bus Group

Figure 8-3: Showing 1st 10 Years of Employee Buildup

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9. REFERENCES & LINKS


9.1 (References for section 4)
1. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Xos6MX97WU High Efficiency, Lightweight, Flexible
Marine Solar Panels - Mount with Velcro on Canvas, Published on Sep 29, 2013
2. http://www.iboats.com/22-44-Adjustable-Brace-Kit-Alum-
ENDURATop/dm/view_id.183490?cm_mmc=Google_Main-_-Mall+Product+Listings%3AGoogle-_-
+%3AMall+Product+Listings%3AGoogle-_-
ENDURATop&mkwid=sisogXjyM&crid=41829038899&mp_kw=&mp_mt=&pdv=c&gclid=CjwKEAjwxYGu
BRCtoqjkrIPDqDwSJAAnd-rCWDP0hvoP04OvhWJbAA3VhEocDJLrzeL37OFiJJzFFRoCm9nw_wcB
3. "NREL: Concentrating Solar Power Projects - Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System". Nrel.gov.
Retrieved 28 November 2014.
4. BrightSource & Bechtel Partner on 440-MW Ivanpah CSP Project Renewable Energy World,
September 10, 2009.
5. Electric Power Daily (12 April 2011). "DOE finalizes $1.6 billion Ivanpah solar loan". Platts. Retrieved 3
December 2011.
6. Wesoff, Eric; Brett Prior (April 25, 2011). "BrightSource Files for $250M IPO: A Closer Look".
Greentech Media. Retrieved 2011-04-25.
7. Huge solar plant lags in early production, Associated Press, November 17, 2014
8. http://docketpublic.energy.ca.gov/PublicDocuments/07-AFC-
05C/TN203064_20140915T132932_ISEGS_Order_Approving_Petition_to_Amend.pdf
9. "High-Tech Solar Projects Fail to Deliver". Once built, U.S. government biologists found the plant’s
superheated mirrors were killing birds. In April, biologists working for the state estimated that 3,500
birds died at Ivanpah in the span of a year, many of them burned alive while flying through a part of the
solar installment where air temperatures can reach 1,000 degrees Fahrenheit.
10. DuHamel, Jonathan (22 August 2014). "Ivanpah solar plant wants to burn more natural gas".
11. http://www.nrl.navy.mil/media/news-releases/2014/solar-power-when-its-raining-nrl-builds-space-
satellite-module-to-try
12. J.C. Mankins, The Case for Space SolarPower. Virginia Edition Publishing LLC, Houston Texas,
December 2013.
13. D. C. Hyland, “Global Prosperity Through Space-Based Solar Power: The Power-StarTM Concept:
Mech Aero-2014, Philadelphia, PA, Sept. 8-10, 2014.
14. D. C. Hyland, “Power-StarTM : A new Concept in Space Solar Power”, International Conference on
Space Solar Power, Kobe, Japan, April, 2014

9.2 Important LINKS:


Insta-Grid’s Slides to Team Update 23Mar17: https://www.scribd.com/document/342881763/Insta-
Grid-Team-Update-23Mar2017

1st Team Meeting prior to our opening Insta-Grid.com Company giving the World its own way to be off
the grid because we make it for you! plus self defense...We are the Terminators worse enemy!!!
VIDEOS 1-6:
Intro-1 Insta-Grid Worlds 1st & Only patented Grid system & self-defense. :
#1 https://youtu.be/3w42TDJqDSQ
World's 1st & Only patented Solar Microwave Fabric & Company Introduction to Insta-Grid & making
Energy, Communications & Defense From Space Systems. (Slides 1-3)
#2 is:2-Video Business Plans at: https://youtu.be/agfkLU3YUS4 (Slides 3-9)
#3 is: 3-Video Business Products to Insta-Grid & making Energy, Communications & Defense From
Space Systems: https://youtu.be/6HxfwSKcrSA (Slides 9-25)
#4 is: 4-Video Business $$ to Insta-Grid & making Energy, Communications & Defense From Space:
https://youtu.be/puCoV__Pxaw (Slides 25-41)
Video-4 World's 1st & Only patented Solar Microwave Fabric & Company Business $$ to Insta-Grid &
making Energy, Communications & Defense From Space Systems.

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#5 is: 5-Video Business Why to Insta-Grid & making Energy, Communications & Defense From Space:
https://youtu.be/lvIBWvXkPU4 (Slides 41-59)
Video-5 World's 1st & Only patented Solar Microwave Fabric & Company Business $$ Why to Insta-
Grid & making Energy, Communications & Defense From Space System
#6 is: 6-Video Business end to Insta-Grid & making Energy, Communications & & Defense From Space.
https://youtu.be/rTnNt96iZRs (Slides 59-85)
Video-6 World's 1st & Only patented Solar Microwave Fabric & Company Business End to Insta-Grid &
making Energy, Communications & Defense From Space System
https://www.facebook.com/Insta-Grid-Co-1862553994000319/
https://www.scribd.com/doc/316590292/PowerStar-Energy-From-Space
New NASA Bill signed: President Trump Signs S. 442 ($19.05B): https://youtu.be/9HzadC1imjQ
Interstellar Flight...is it possible? - Documentary 2017: https://youtu.be/2LaYNpf9v1Y
*Before The Flood, Climate Change By Leo DiCaprio: https://youtu.be/oGwv129lJJk (NASA 1:15:47)
Ref: NASA’s (Late) Dr. Piers Sellers - Astronaut & Director, Earth Sciences Div. NASA/GSFC
*Before the flood - Astronaut Piers Sellers Clip*: https://youtu.be/xTuj9cmxweY
DOE – SunShot & NREL: https://www.nrel.gov/pv/
NASA’s (by pal John Mankins) Space Solar Power #1: https://youtu.be/og9UvxrHA9E
#2: https://youtu.be/4NWxQeDmxRo NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 2 - Systems Integration (shows
Boeing & Others)
#3: https://youtu.be/en_796av4O4 NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 3 - SSP Technologies: Wireless
Power Transmission (JPL Goldstone 1975)
#4: https://youtu.be/ZbQb4IFDaZ4 NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 4 - SSP Technologies: Solar Power
Generation (1)
#5: https://youtu.be/tMBz3jiltck NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 5 - SSP Technologies: Solar Power
Generation (2)
#6: https://youtu.be/kiHQ8kv_ijQ NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 6 - SSP Technologies: Thermal
Management
#7: https://youtu.be/MHlVyya8B-8 NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 7 - SSP Technologies: Power
Management and Distribution
#8: https://youtu.be/t3nRfGUwHs4 NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 8: SSP Technologies: Structures,
Materials, and Controls
#9: https://youtu.be/_p9S9xkL--A NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 9 - SSP Technologies: Space
Transportation and Infrastructures
#10: https://youtu.be/rw2ReWeGH04 NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 10: SSP Technologies: Space
Assembly, Maintenance, and Servicing
#11: https://youtu.be/TQ9DoDewKok NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 11: SSP Technologies:
Environmental Health and Safety Concerns
#12: https://youtu.be/6LkBCFVlvNQ NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 12: SSP Technologies: Additional
Research and Technologies
#13: https://youtu.be/wRy01DD1KDw NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 13: SSP Technologies:
Applications of SSP Technologies
#14: https://youtu.be/7NxYCXIk1iE NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 14: SSP Technology Flight Demos
#15: https://youtu.be/JDpN8gp-RmU NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 15: Conclusion and Credits
#16: https://youtu.be/02WLJF-2zmY NASA - Space Solar Power - Part 16: Addendum: Dr. Peter Glaser
Global Warming NASA Now: The Mechanics of Solar Panels: https://youtu.be/BRdwcGi530M
TED Space Energy Presentation - Peter Sage - part 1 of 2: https://youtu.be/3_m6tlF901g
www.SpaceEnergy.com, www.MikeSnead.net
TED Space Energy Presentation - Peter Sage - 2/2: https://youtu.be/SE-8IsK-kYM
*NASA | Silicon Germanium Quantum Well Solar Cell: https://youtu.be/KYy3VZEos0A GREAT!
+New Materials for Solar Cells with Record-Breaking Efficiency: https://youtu.be/HEgYLOoE5MQ
+Transparent Solar Panels | Michigan State University: https://youtu.be/qMhdpWMDp04
Good job on edge system PV can be helpful in many applications...
D3 Space Solar Proposal Presentation: https://youtu.be/M9dQsRv1XDg
Space Based Solar Power - a solution to the carbon crisis: https://youtu.be/zrcoD_vHzxU

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Space Canada - Advocates of Space-Based Solar Power: https://youtu.be/_o8VLtsQAqo


Top 10 Energy Sources of the Future: https://youtu.be/uStFvcz9Or4
The World In 2050 [The Real Future Of Earth] - Full Documentary HD: https://youtu.be/g_1oiJqE3OI
HOW Future Will Look Like (2030 - 2050) | Future Technology HD 2017 : https://youtu.be/ftEJIZA7z-I
Cool!
less than $1 a watt DIY Solar Panel MAKE YOUR OWN SOLAR PANELS (PART 1):
https://youtu.be/hNH2YGzwznI
Pros and Cons of Concentrated Solar Power: https://youtu.be/8sLej0oD1Ak
James May (Top gear) visits solar thermal plant in Spain: https://youtu.be/EnpNSq6jfAU
Invisible Solar Cells That Could Power Skyscrapers: https://youtu.be/IZ__PjmC6Fg
Dr Michio Kaku's prediction of Future World 2030: https://youtu.be/OtW6o9i1yWY
Solar Roads: Can Streets Become Giant Solar Panels? | National Geographic:
https://youtu.be/YQba3ENhlKA
Most Efficient Solar Cells and Panels in 2017: https://youtu.be/6jzYVu5rA9A
Los Alamos Discovers Super Efficient Solar Using Perovskite Crystals: https://youtu.be/7jIFnFOj3OY
Revolutionary Concentrated PV reaches world record of 72% solar efficiency in the field:
https://youtu.be/4izFzVCzx6A
3D Printing:
Printing solar cells: https://youtu.be/ctCtkVL29Vg
VISIONS — CTRL+P Australia's Largest Solar Cells: https://youtu.be/9mDzb_mNtmk
Printing Australia's largest solar cells: https://youtu.be/5evOIe4IvP8
HeLi-on, the most compact solar charger with flexible printed solar cells in it (teaser):
https://youtu.be/KMxyOk5H3fQ
Solid Metal 3D Printing Under $100k - Markforged Metal X | CES 2017: https://youtu.be/FgfF-BrIzhU
How is metal 3D printing moving towards industrial applications?: https://youtu.be/gqKYKRDQNac
3D Printing: Titanium, Carbon Fiber, & The One:1/INSIDE KOENIGSEGG: https://youtu.be/Dw6cs7opvzA
How is metal 3D printing moving towards industrial applications? https://youtu.be/gqKYKRDQNac
Additive Manufacturing - Ceramic 3D Printing Breakthrough: https://youtu.be/n16GdJ__Pp8
EMP Attack
EMP ATTACK ON AMERICA 2017: https://youtu.be/IMbMOeLuCjY
The Blackout - Full Movie: https://youtu.be/dx2Mac82RaQ
Dr. Peter Pry on "Critical Infrastructure Security": https://youtu.be/T4Qkwm9Eqho

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APPENDIX A
NDA EMPLOYEE & SUPPLIERS:

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APPENDIX B (In-Work)
TEAM LEADERSHIP & KEY EMPLOYEES:

1) Shawn Boike – CEO & President & Acting VP Marketing & Sales: has
created, directed, managed, consulted on teams & professionally worked in, fortune
100; NASA, NSF, Boeing, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman,
PPG Aerospace, Honeywell, AAR, HCL Aerospace, GM, FORD and McDonnell
Douglas, the USAF’s IMIP.
With over 32 industrious years’ experience engineering in Aerospace & Product
Development, (18 Aircraft) on the B2 Bomber, USAF One, F20, F18, C17, MD11, T45,
MD90, MRUAV, 777. 787, 747-8, Apache helicopter, 5 Space ships; SLS, ALS, Atlas II, Atlas IIAS & NASP.
Manager of EV's; GM-EV1, Samsung’s EV4, India’s Mina REVA and many other high tech programs.
Founder of: American Industrial Consultants, Solution Vehicles Co. Solutioncell & Insta-Grid, Author and
gained a BSME from MSU and a MBA from San SDSU. www.linkedin/in/shawnpaulboike
Aerospace Book: http://www.scribd.com/doc/215903395/Aerospace-Industry-America-s-Future
Websites: Facebook: Insta-Grid, Aerospace Engineering, American Industrial Co., Friends of the White
House, http://www.insta-grid.com

Figure 7.1 Initial Org Chart (already >57 ID, too large to list here)

2) Dr. David Hyland – Executive Vice President: Inventor of Power-Star & Solar
Microwave Fabric, 45 years in Aerospace & University leadership. Top 100 leaders in
Aerospace in the World. Educated at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Dr.
Hyland served in the areas of reentry system technologies and spacecraft control at
the MIT Lincoln Laboratory for 14 years until 1983. He then led an advanced
technology group at the Harris Corporation as Senior Scientist until 1996. In the same
year, he joined the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, as Professor and Chairman of the Aerospace
Department. During this time, the Department’s research activity increased three-fold. He went to Texas
A&M University in 2003 as Associate Vice Chancellor of Engineering, Associate Dean of Research
Administration. Dr. Hyland, also served as Royce E. Wisenbaker Chair of Engineering, Professor of
Aerospace Engineering, Adjunct Professor of Physics, and Director of Space Science and Space
Engineering Research until his recent retirement from Texas A&M in August, 2017. In September, Dr.
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include advanced RF systems, nanotechnologies for power collection and transmission, and quantum
processes for novel distributed imaging systems and advanced propulsion.

3) George Blanton is the CFO & Vice President of Finance: for Insta-Grid Co.
Named to the position of CFO & Financial VP, prior experience has been aerospace &
defense, technology, and engineered product companies, known for transforming
businesses to increase shareholder value. George’s leadership leaves a lasting impact
on the business, the organization, and the people.
As CFO of a public company, GEORGE BLANTON - With over 25+ years of CFO
experience, George has partnered with the CEO and leadership team to drive profitable growth and
tripled enterprise value at middle market engineered product companies. He is currently CFO of Zodiac
Water & Waste Aero Systems, a $240M Aerospace & Defense company that serves all major commercial
aircraft OEMs. Prior to Zodiac, he was CFO of Anaren (NASDAQ: ANEN), a $170M company that
designed and manufactured RF Microwave sub-systems for the Space & Defense Markets and Wireless
components for Commercial base station markets. He led teams that increased operating profits from
10% - 17% by driving cost reductions and increasing operating efficiencies. He also led the acquisition
and integration of two companies concurrently and completed the task on schedule in ten months.
George led the transaction team to sell Anaren at a 40% premium to a private equity group and actively
managed the integration. Prior to Anaren, George worked for Sargent Controls (a wholly owned
subsidiary of Dover Corporation), a $220M company that provided engineered fluid controls and systems
for aircraft and submarines, aircraft components, bolts, bearings, and maintenance, repair, and overhaul
services. He integrated eight acquisitions in ten years at Sargent increasing sales from $20M to $220M
while increasing operating profits from 12% to 16%. CEOs and Board Members respect his ability to
successfully develop and lead proactive financial organizations that partner with the business to
successfully execute strategy and drive operational improvements. George has proven leadership in
developing high performance multi-location, multi-national finance teams.

Industry sectors of expertise: Technology, Aerospace & Defense, Engineered Products, Manufacturing
LinkedIn profile: www.linkedin.com/in/georgeblanton

4) Wade Keller is the Vice President of Operations : for Insta-Grid Co. Named to
the position in September of 2016, Keller will lead the manufacturing and on-time
delivery of SolutionCell products. He is a dynamic and energetic individual with a
proven track record of leading successful large-scale manufacturing. Keller also takes
great care in developing and implementing programs that instill pride and loyalty for a
company’s most crucial resource - it’s employees. He is passionate about leading the
way in Solar Energy harvesting, and providing products which will allow the world a healthy option other
than relying on traditional power sources.
Prior to Insta-Grid Co., Keller held key executive leadership positions in the Puget Sound area which
spanned a 35-year career with The Boeing Company. Most recently, Keller was named Executive
Operations Leader for the 747 programs. During this assignment, Keller was responsible for
manufacturing and delivery of all models of the Boeing 747 family of airplanes currently in production.
Lead, Directed & Managed teams of over 7,000 employees during this assignment, Keller refined his
leadership and strived to find a key balance between running a healthy manufacturing organization, and
creating an environment where employees strive to be successful.
Earlier in his career, Keller was named the leader of Systems Installation for 747-8, which was a
completely new aircraft within the 747-airplane portfolio. Keller was responsible for integrating
engineering, suppliers and manufacturing with the newest technology, to bring this new airplane to
market. Keller’s leadership and problem-solving skills where integral to ensuring engineering solutions
were identified and implemented for supplier partners, as well as local manufacturing teams.

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5) Jay Patel VP Programs: 29 Years Aerospace & Defense experience, with leading
companies like Boeing, Northrop-Grumman, United Technologies, 7parke r Aerospace.
Highly driven and collaborative professional with a strong technical background and a
passion for results. Skilled in analysis, advocating solutions and building support.
Excellent interpersonal and communications skills.
Areas of Expertise include:
► Program Management
► Business Development
► Market Analysis and Strategy Development
► Proposal Preparation and Management
► Account Management

6) Dr. Paul J. Werbos General Lead Consultant has four degrees in applied
mathematics and economics from Harvard and the London School of Economics. He is
one of the three Directors of the program in Energy, Power and Adaptive Systems at
NSF. In 2009, he handled climate and energy issues in the office of Senator Spector,
working with the Senate committee on Environment and Public Works. (See
www.werbos.com/CV_2009.pdf.) He serves actively on the IEEE-USA Energy Policy
Committee and Transportation Policy Committee, and contributes to www.ourenergypolicy.com. He
serves on the Planning Committee of the Millennium Project, which produces the annual State of the
Future (www.themp.org). In 2011, he reviewed NSF’s overall energy activities to the national EPSCOR
conference, supporting states attempting to build up research capabilities. (See
http://www.nsf.gov/od/oia/programs/epscor/NationalConference_2011/10-27-2011/Paul_Werbos.pdf).
He is a Fellow of IEEE and the International Neural Network Society, and winner of their Neural Networks
Pioneer and Hebb awards, respectively. In the 1980’s, working for the Department of Energy, he designed
and built several econometric models then used to generate the official national energy forecasts.

David Tucker is the Director of Engineering for Insta-Grid Co. Named to the position in
November 2016, David will lead the engineering group to develop and produce
machinery and equipment for production of SolutionCell products. He is resourceful
and inventive, coming from the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry and
more recently aerospace component development. He has a deep respect for past
engineering accomplishments and successes with the desire to bring new ideas into
reality for the benefit of all. He is committed to bring the exciting technology and
inventions of the Insta-Grids portfolio to fruition.
David is a native southern Californian, educated and spent his entire 27-year career in the area. Prior to
Insta-Grid, David held an engineering management position with Zodiac aerospace in the component
development department. Supporting existing and developing programs with Boeing, Airbus, Embraer,
and Gulfstream. His team was responsible for the qualification and delivery of several components in the
water systems. He also leads the engineering team responsible for the new Boeing 737MAX Air stairs.
Before his tenure at Zodiac, David lead the engineering at Advanced UV, Inc., one of the world’s largest
manufacturers of ultraviolet water treatment equipment for pure and ultrapure water applications.
Contributing to one of their patents, he also developed the company’s capabilities to analyze new
systems by computational fluid dynamics software and validate with testing.
Earlier in his career, David held engineering management positions at manufacturers of equipment for
the critical environment industries. He developed solutions for handling of environmentally sensitive
materials and products where temperature, humidity, and particulate require control and monitoring.
This includes the design and delivery of modular cleanrooms in the US and internationally. These
activities required innovations to meet a wide variety of requirements for military, pharmaceutical,
biological, semiconductor R&D and production facilities, and university labs.
David bring a key combination of knowledge and experience to foster the engineering team at Inst-Grid
to bring the future of energy innovation to the market.

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Alex Jones is the Director of Marketing & Advanced System Engineering Manager for
Insta-Grid. Alex will lead research, development and implementation of new solutions
incorporating Insta-Grid and other products produced by Solution Cell. He is a natural
leader and a creative and innovative problem solver with a passion for finding new ways
to incorporate bleeding-edge technology into the fabric of our everyday lives. His wide
breadth of expertise allows him to address problems across a range of engineering fields,
and his ability to learn new information on an extremely steep curve equips him to intelligently direct
others in addressing issues outside his scope.
Prior to Solution Cell, Alex held positions with Zodiac Aerospace spearheading aircraft system
development efforts as well as detail component engineering, interfacing with customers to provide an
exceptional end product, as well as troubleshooting in-service issues with components already in the
field. Thanks to the collaborative environment at Zodiac, Alex gained exposure to virtually every product
offered by Zodiac, and had to address each product at varying technical levels from detail design and
specification to system-level interaction. Furthermore, his position required balancing commercial
aspects of development with engineering, maintaining an awareness of development costs and terms
negotiation, at which he also proved a natural talent.
Earlier in his career, Alex worked in Washington DC, working with the Federal Aviation Administration in
developing systems for the Next Generation Air Traffic Control System. This gave him insight into the
inner workings of governmental regulation and oversight administration of space and aviation, as well as
a technical understanding of large-scale implementations of global aerospace vehicle monitoring and
control networks.
Alex believes that a good engineer is one that isn’t just an engineer by profession, but one by
personality, applying engineering concepts and maintaining a healthy interest in all aspects of
technology on a day-by-day, hour-by-hour basis. In his spare time, Alex lives this philosophy as a
commercially-rated pilot, a recreational computer builder and programmer, and a certified high-power
rocketeer, and constantly strives to learn and build upon his skills in and out of the office.

Dr. Daniel Frisbie; Consultant to Dr. Hyland on 3D printing electronics of Organic and
Molecular Electronics, Crystals and films of conjugated molecules transport charge and
can be used as functional semiconductors in thin film transistors, photovoltaic cells and
light-emitting diodes. My research program focuses on understanding connections
between structure and electrical transport behavior in organic semiconductors. We are
particularly interested in the dependence of electron and hole mobility (the velocity per
unit electric field) on molecular structure, crystal packing, intermolecular bonding, and
defects in organic crystals and films. A theme of our experimental investigations is the development of
methods for measuring transport behavior on length scales
spanning nanometers to microns, so that we can accurately characterize the effects of specific structural
features on transport. For example, we have used high resolution scanning probe microscopy techniques
to measure electrical resistances and potential variations associated with individual grain boundaries in
organic semiconductor films. Students are also actively involved in the fabrication and electrical
characterization of organic transistors using electron beam lithography and other semiconductor
processing equipment in the Microtechnology Laboratory. In collaboration with students and faculty in
the chemistry and physics departments, we are actively exploring the synthesis and characterization of
novel organic semiconductor materials with enhanced transport properties. We are also interested in
electrical transport through individual molecules. A key issue in molecular electronics is
how one "wires up" single molecules or groups of molecules. We use conducting probe atomic force
microscopy to contact small numbers of molecules and to test their electrical properties. Questions of
interest include how the current-voltage characteristics of these molecular junctions depend on molecular
size, bonding and functional group architecture, and the nature of the metal-molecule contacts.
Selected Publications
"High Toughness, High Conductivity Ion Gels by Sequential Triblock Copolymer Self-Assembly and
Chemical Cross-Linking." Gu, Y; Zhang, S; Martinetti, L; Lee, KH; McIntosh, LD; Frisbie, CD; Lodge, TP. J.
Am. Chem. Soc., 2013, 26,9652-9655. DOI: 10.1021/ja4051394.
"Intramolecular Exciton Diffusion in Poly(3-hexylthiophene)." Healy, AT; Boudouris, BW; Frisbie, CD;

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Hillmyer, MA;Blank, DA. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2013, 20, 3445-3449. DOI:
10.1021/jz401694j. "Printed, sub-2V ZnO Electrolyte Gated Transistors and Inverters on Plastic." Hong, K;
Kim, SH; Lee, KH; Frisbie, CD. Adv Mater, 2013, 25, 3413-3418. DOI: 10.1002/adma.201300211.
"A Pedagogical Perspective on Ambipolar FETs." Kang, MS; Frisbie, CD. Chemphyschem, 2013, 8, 1547-
1552. DOI: 10.1002/cphc.201300014.
"Performance and Stability of Aerosol-Jet-Printed Electrolyte-Gated Transistors Based on Poly(3-
hexylthiophene)." Kim, SH; Hong, K; Lee, KH; Frisbie, CD. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2013, 14,
6580-6585. DOI: 10.1021/am401200y.
"Electrolyte-Gated Transistors for Organic and Printed Electronics." Kim, SH; Hong, K; Xie, W; Lee, KH;
Zhang, S; Lodge, TP; Frisbie, CD. Adv Mater, 2013, 13, 1822-1846. DOI: 10.1002/adma.201202790.
"Transfer printing of thermoreversible ion gels for flexible electronics." Lee, KH; Zhang, S; Gu, Y; Lodge,
TP; Frisbie, CD. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2013, 19, 9522-7. DOI: 10.1021/am402200n.
"Optimization of Aerosol Jet Printing for High-Resolution, High-Aspect Ratio Silver Lines." Mahajan, A;
Frisbie, CD; Francis, LF. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, 2013, 11, 4856-4864. DOI:
10.1021/am400606y.
"Rubrene-Based Single-Crystal Organic Semiconductors: Synthesis, Electronic Structure, and Charge-
Transport Properties." McGarry, KA; Xie, W; Sutton, C; Risko, C; Wu, Y; Young, VG,Jr.; Bredas, J; Frisbie,
CD; Douglas, CJ. Chemistry of Materials, 2013, 11, 2254-2263. DOI: 10.1021/cm400736s.
"Effects of Olefin Content and Alkyl Chain Placement on Optoelectronic and Morphological Properties in
Poly(thienylene vinylenes)." Speros, JC; Martinez, H; Paulsen, BD; White, SP; Bonifas, AD; Goff, PC;

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Appendix C-Fabric & Media (Being Revised)


Fabric & Media Technologies & Benefits

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Appendix D-Solar (Photovoltaic) (Being Revised)


Solar Cell Efficiencies

As shown in Chart 4.4.2-2:

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) maintains a plot of compiled values of
highest confirmed conversion efficiencies for research cells, from 1976 to the present, for a range
of photovoltaic technologies.

Devices included in this plot of the current state of the art have efficiencies that are confirmed by
independent, recognized test labs (e.g., NREL, AIST, Fraunhofer) and are reported on a
standardized basis. The measurements for new entries must be with respect to Standard Test or
Reporting Conditions (STC) as defined by the global reference spectrum for flat-plate devices
and the direct reference spectrum for concentrator devices as listed in standards IEC 60904-3
edition 2 or ASTM G173. The reference temperature is 25°C and the area is the cell total area or
the area defined by an aperture.

Cell efficiency results are provided within different families of semiconductors: (1) multijunction
cells, (2) single-junction gallium arsenide cells, (3) crystalline silicon cells, (4) thin-film
technologies, and (5) emerging photovoltaics. Some 26 different subcategories are indicated by
distinctive colored symbols.

The most recent world record for each technology is highlighted along the right edge in a flag
that contains the efficiency and the symbol of the technology. The company or group that
fabricated the device for each most-recent record is bolded on the plot.

The information plotted by NREL is provided in good faith, but NREL cannot accept direct
responsibility for any errors or omissions. The plot is not copyrighted and may be used in
presentations and publications, with a notation included that states: “This plot is courtesy of the
National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Golden, CO.”

3. Each subcell consists of several semiconductor layers, which create an electric field. As photons enter,
they excite electrons, freeing them from the subcell.
4. Once the freed electrons reach the top of the stack, a metal contact funnels them toward an output
terminal as a direct current.

Solar Cell Mfg. & 3D Printing

Solar Cell Production Costs/KWH. (USDOE)

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Microwave Transmission

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Microwave Production Costs

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Appendix F-Coatings & Packaging/Options (In-Work)


Coating & Packaging Technologies

Coating & Packaging Benefits & Applications

Coating & Packaging Mfg. & 3D Printing


Coating & Packaging Production Costs

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