Mission

Nautical Torque Technology develops innovative methods and equipment that produce continuous renewable electricity for the wholesale market. We seek to bring positive change to society by commercializing our technology, which will address the shortcomings of current renewable energy solutions and allow society to transition away from fossil fuel and nuclear-based electricity production.

Organization

We are a Clean Tech start up Based in San Francisco, California with renewable electricity patents known as Nautical Torque Technology (NTT). Our group of researchers, engineers and business development professionals are dedicated to playing a major role in transforming the global wholesale electricity market away from fossil and nuclear fuels in order to have a positive impact on communities and the environment worldwide.

 

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Goal

Our top priority is the commercialization of NTT. By promoting our patents and the research we have done so far we can develop relationships with investors and stakeholders which will provide the resources and support to further refine our technologies. This will allow us to develop digital prototypes followed by scalable physical prototypes, all with an eye toward demonstrating the viability of our technology. Concurrent with this we will continually track global markets for pricing standards as well as the initial capital investment for building and maintenance costs for NTT. Taken together we anticipate this information will demonstrate a viable ROI for investors and a stable, reliable source of renewable electricity for the wholesale market.

Business Strategy

  • Conduct in-depth market research to validate Nautical Torque Technology’s market fit and identify ideal customer segments. Determine our Total Available Market (TAM) and Serviceable Available Market (SAM). The initial focus will be domestic customers, with an international expansion plan.
  • Develop a comprehensive business plan outlining our go-to-market strategy, revenue model, and financial projections.
  • Produce a 3-minute pitch video that can be used as core media for the website, investor pitches, customer pitches, and more.
  • Create a compelling presentation that can be used by business development reps to tell the Nautical Torque Technology story.
  • Build relationships with potential customers, partners, and investors. This includes attending industry conferences, networking events, and developing targeted outreach campaigns.

 

Management Team

 Cahill Maloney – Inventor and Founder

Cahill Maloney lived a life outside the box. He was an inventor, writer, professional athlete, traveler, and entrepreneur. His experience in mechanics and engineering led to the discovery and early development of Nautical Torque Technology. Unfortunately, he was diagnosed with late-stage stomach cancer in 2012 and passed away a month later. During his illness, and upon his deathbed, he maintained his belief that Nautical Torque Technology could and would change the world.

Galen Maloney – Vice President and Co-Founder

A Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of California, Davis in 1999 with degrees in political science and philosophy in addition to a certification in permaculture sustainable design systems. Galen has worked in education, community organizing, journalism, politics, environmental education, and entrepreneurship. These experiences combined with his travels to Asia, Europe, South America, and Central America give him the ability to see the big picture, work with people of all persuasions and mindsets, and provide strategic planning insight. His experience in the education field working with youth communities makes him particularly adept managing, coordinating, and facilitating the various parties that will be involved in the development and commercialization of Nautical Torque Technology. He is in charge of obtaining seed stage funding, business development, strategic planning, and marketing.

Peter Collins – Vice President, Research and Development

Peter Collins brings years of practical experience in construction, engineering, and co-generation designs as a building and plumbing contractor. He is the current expert on Nautical Torque Technology, having helped the inventor Cahill Maloney build the proofs of concepts prior to Cahills’ passing. Peter will oversee acquisition of parts and assembly of the various prototypes, coordinate testing, and contribute to strategic planning, marketing, and outreach.

We are currently seeking to add to our management team.

Advisory Board

We are currently forming and adding to our board of advisors to help us commercialize our product and form the necessary partnerships. The following have served as advisors to us for the past 4 years.

 

Avenire Consulting – Consulting Partner

Website: www.avenireconsulting.com

Avenire Consulting is a Sacramento, California based management consulting firm. They were responsible for designing Nautical Torque Technology’s brand assets and website. They also act as strategic advisors in providing consulting in marketing, finance, and business management as they support Nautical Torque Technology’s funding and growth efforts.

 

Hunter Richards – Research Economist

Email: hmrichards88@gmail.com

Phone: (520) 465-4016

With a master’s degree in applied economics, Hunter’s skills include econometric analysis of big data, applications of machine learning, research and writing, team collaboration, and policy analysis. He consults on projects focusing on economic development, data analysis, environmental management, and natural resources, with additional interest in economic analysis of energy management. He has helped Nautical Torque Technology develop its marketing vision, and properly explain and analyze its technology.

 

Bill Buchan – Founder, Market Potential 

Email: buchan@mketpotential.com

Bill has 25 years of experience in business development and commercialization of new technologies in the environment and energy sectors. He has great insight into the direction of the energy and environmental markets and the issues with new technology adoption into these markets. Providing advice on partnership agreements, business development, and navigating the energy industry. A licensed engineer, Bill received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering, master’s degree in civil/environmental engineering, and an MBA with an emphasis in entrepreneurship from the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley.

 

Fernando Vallenzuela – Chief Engineer, Altersystems LLC

Email: fjv@altersystems.com

Phone: (866) 568-5579

As an environmental engineer and founder of Altersystems, a company that provides consulting for individual renewable energy use, Fernando offers strategic planning and advice with regards to the renewable energy sector. He has been involved in the formation of the business plan, investor strategy, and prototype planning. He has also provided great insight and verification into the fundamental principles of the Nautical Torque Technology process. Currently, he is completing his M.B.A. in entrepreneurship at Cal State East
Bay.

 

Leo Wickham – President, LFW Manufacturing INC.

Phone: (209) 465-0444

Leo Wickham has been engaged in the consulting, construction, and repair of gearboxes and industrial strength machines for over 30 years. A mechanical engineer professional, he has agreed to custom build gearboxes to meet the needs of our initial prototypes. Widely considered the expert in his field, Leo has provided Nautical Torque Technology with essential feedback and verification of the claims and predictions. He provides a critical resource in the design and implementation of our prototypes.

 

Tony Rosario – Independent Electric Mechanics INC.

Email: t-iem@tds.net

Phone: (603) 464-3869

Tony Rosario has over 50 years of experience working on high-powered generators. He has provided consulting and recommendations with regards to the most appropriate generators to meet the needs of our initial prototype design. Tony is our consultant with regards to all generator questions and maintenance issues.

 

Engineering Interns, U.C. Berkely

A team of U.C. Berkeley students have worked with us and will perform much of the mechanical engineering analysis and design for the first stage of our prototype development.

 

California Cleantech Open 2012

We were chosen as semi-finalists for the Clean Tech Open 2012 and received a year of tutoring and guidance from industry experts in the area of business development, investor pitching, market strategizing, and customer development. The CTO links entrants with various advisors in the clean tech industry. As part of this process, we have met and talked with engineers, venture capitalists and received feedback and support with our business plan, fundraising and prototype planning. We are currently consulting with various engineers to choose a chief engineer to oversee the prototypes.