The Company is developing a minority-owned super-station and multimedia network for global expansion including the Emerging Telecommunications Technology Development training, the ICAPP Advantage and Quick Start to provide customized, accelerated highly educated workers in high demand but short supply globally. The Company seeks to hire students to work with communications and green initiatives. The Company aims to commercialize technology that moves seamlessly between distributions platforms to TV, computers & digital devices. The project must include regional cooperation between the Open Mobile Video Coalition, Advance Television Standards Committee, Cordele/Crisp County Industrial Development Council Enterprise Zone, the Valdosta Lowndes County Industrial Authority, techical colleges & universities, the Baldwin County Economic Development Institute, Hamilton County, FL , Innovation Depot and CT Innovations, Inc.
In Phase I the Company will complete a super-station and initiate creation of a multimedia network while delivering on-air, Internet and mobile specific “green content” to cell phones and digital devices. The Company aims to broadcast “green content” globally 1st with regional field trials on I-75, I-10, I-16 and I-20 in the Southeastern United States. The Company seeks to form a Regional InfinitEnergy Partnership based upon the existing model between Georgia Institute of Technology a major research university; Savannah State University, a historically black university; Savannah Technical College, a job training two-year degree institution; and the Savannah Economic Development Agency. The Company seeks to utilize Seed Capital, Savannah SBAC equity, an HCST Economic Development/Planning grant, USDA, DOE and a One Georgia Authority “deal maker grant.”
The ETTDP will host sustainable town hall meeting and press events with industry partners to inform the public, businesses, government and others of the need to switch to renewable energy sources to reduce human-caused acid rain, smog, and mercury emissions, and fine particulate pollution. The Company will work with a wide array of local, state, community, industry, and university partners, the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office - Building America Program including a diverse portfolio of energy technologies, USDA Rural Housing Demonstration Program 506 (b) & B&I/9007 Program, USDA RUS Telecommunications, the Georgia Dream Homeownership programs including commercial builders and solar installers.