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Thursday, January 17, 2013

SEATTLE BASED ANAE SIGNS CONTACT WITH SAWT ENERGY

[Press Release, January 14, 2013]  Seattle, Washington – Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC (“ANAE”), a 100% Native American owned enterprise focused on renewable/sustainable energy technologies, announces today that it has signed a wind turbine representation agreement with SAWT Energy®, considered to be one of the world’s leading research and development designers and manufacturers of vertical-axis wind turbines.  SAWT Energy® vertical-axis wind turbine technology is covered by 39 issued and pending patents and SAWT Energy® vertical-axis wind turbines have been installed in more than 3,000 locations across the globe.
Both ANAE and SAWT Energy® have distinctive identities in the world market.  To avoid market confusion, ANAE’s AIRE-FOILTM trade mark is being added to the SAWT Energy® logo.  Turbines will be marketed as SAWT Energy® AIRE-FOILTM Vertical Axis Wind Turbines.  SAWT Energy® distributors are located around the world including Australia, India, China, Italy, Austria and Switzerland. 

The revolutionary design of SAWT Energy® AIRE-FOILTM wind turbines do not harm birds or bats; are quiet running and highly efficient; have a very low profile that easily blends into surrounding landscapes; have a cut-in speed of 2 m/s (4.47 mph); range in generation capacity from 10W to 10KW; and in September 2013, a 50KW turbine will be available for distribution. Larger generation capacity wind turbines are in development and will be available in the coming years.
 “We are very pleased to have been approved by SAWT Energy to represent their vertical-axis wind turbine technology.” “We believe combining the SAWT Energy and AIRE-FOIL identities into one trade mark creates a dynamic synergy which will come to dominate the wind turbine industry.”  “This is another example of ANAE demonstrating Native American participation in the world’s green energy revolution.” stated Jim Alekson, CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC. 
“We are very pleased to have ANAE represent SAWT Energy.”  “The combining of the respective talents of SAWT Energy and ANAE creates a synergy where the whole is much greater than the sum of its parts.” comments David Du, President and CEO of SAWT Energy.
Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC
 For additional information visit: www.aleksonnae.com.  ANAE is also on Twitter.
SAWT Energy
SAWT Inc. is an innovative company engaged in research and development, design and manufacturing of vertical-axis wind turbines. SAWT entered the market in 2005 and began systematic research in aerodynamics, generators, materials and structures of vertical-axis wind turbines. SAWT is changing the industrial structure and pattern of the world wind power industry.
For further information contact:
Jim Alekson | CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC | (206) 898-5869 | Email: jalekson@aleksongroup.com

Monday, December 17, 2012

SEATTLE BASED ANAE EXHIBITS ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES AT DUBAI EXHIBITION


[Press Release, December 16, 2012]  Seattle, Washington – The USA Regional Trade Center Exhibition officially opened today in Dubai, UAE and Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC (“ANAE”), a 100% Native American owned enterprise, was among the showcased exhibitors.
The USA Regional Trade Center, endorsed by the U.S. Department of Commerce, U.S. Department of State and the UAE Ministry of Foreign Trade, facilitates and encourages trade and commerce between U.S. Businesses and the MENA Regional Market encompassing the Middle East and North Africa.  USARTC levels the play field and lowers the barriers to U.S. Company entry into the MENA Regional Market.
In 2009, ANAE began directing its business development attention toward green energy technologies and assembled a collection of elite technologies from around the world.  This collection came to the attention of the USARTC and two months ago, they extended an invitation to ANAE to exhibit several of its energy related technologies and business initiatives at the Dubai Trade and Commerce Exhibition.
The innovative technologies and initiatives showcased by ANAE include SACHEM Hi-Energy Wood Pellets, a substitute for thermal coal; AIRE-FOILTM vertical-axis wind turbines; ECO-LOGICTM LED smart lighting systems; FARM-OF-THE-FUTURETM hydroponic food-crop cultivation systems; and CASTAGRATM industrial coatings for protection against corrosion in the oil and gas industries as well as other energy related technologies. 
ANAE aligns itself with world-class inventors and mechanical and electrical engineers to secure and bring revolutionary technologies to the United States.  All of the exhibited technologies have been commercialized and have years of field-proven success. They have been developed within the United States as well as elsewhere in the world.  Sachem Energy SolutionsTM, an operating division of ANAE, is responsible for advancing technologies commercialized outside of the United States. 
“We are very honored the USA Regional Trade Center invited us to participate in this prestigious event.”  “We are pleased to have been given the opportunity to showcase and advance Indian Country participation in the world’s green energy revolution.” stated Jim Alekson, CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC. 
“We are pleased to have ANAE participate in our Trade and Commerce Exhibition and represent business development opportunities in Indian Country.”  “Innovative technologies advanced by ANAE and its Native American Partners represent a real step toward reducing the world’s dependency on fossil fuels to meet its ever increasing energy needs.” comments Kim Childs, Vice President of USA Regional Trade Center
Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC
Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC and its Sachem Family of Companies are 100%  Native American owned by Members of the Citizen Band of the Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma and their Native American Partners.  ANAE is steadfastly devoted to advancing initiatives that bring about economic diversification for Native American Communities across the United States.  Our mission is to advance innovative technologies and initiatives that create jobs, encourage entrepreneurship and advance 21st Century educational and job training opportunities in Native American Communities. For additional information visit: www.aleksonnae.com and www.nativeamericanenterprises.blogspot.com.  ANAE is also on Twitter.
USA Regional Trade Center
USA Regional Trade Center facilitates and encourages trade and commerce between U.S. Businesses and the MENA Regional Market encompassing the Middle East and North Africa.  USARTC provides U.S. Companies, educational institutions, individuals, federal and state agencies, trade groups, professional associations, think tanks and legal, accounting and banking institutions with an integrated business platform for exploration of trade opportunities and facilitation of U.S. exports to the MENA Regional Market. For additional information visit:  www.usartc.com
For further information contact:
Jim Alekson | CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises | (206) 898-5869 | Email: jalekson@aleksongroup.com
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Saturday, November 3, 2012

SORD TO STUDY NEW ENERGY TECHNOLOGIES


[Press Release, October 23, 2012]  Walters, Oklahoma – Non-profit organization Southwest Oklahoma Regional Development Corporation (SORD) announced today it plans to study new to the United States vertical-axis wind turbine, liquid energy storage and LED lamp technologies in the coming months.  Robert Smith, SORD President, will  introduce these technologies for discussion at the International Energy Policy Conference (IEPC) being held at the University of Oklahoma on October 26th.  The technologies are being introduced and marketed in the United States under the trade names AIRE-FOIL, MAGNUM and ECO-LOGIC respectively.  These technologies have been commercialized and field-proven for many years elsewhere in the world and are now being introduced into the United States by Sachem Energy Solutions. 
SORD’s primary function is to identify innovative renewable energy initiatives and other forward-looking enterprises to help advance economic development in Southwest Oklahoma.  AIRE-FOIL, MAGNUM and ECO-LOGIC are but three technologies of the many currently being reviewed by SORD. 
Sachem, an operating division of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC is a 100% Native American owned enterprise. Ms. Jennifer L (Howell) Alekson, President of Alekson and a Member of the Citizen Band of the Potawatomi Nation, has deep family roots in Oklahoma.
Building on past successes, Sachem Energy Solutions has once again aligned itself with world-class mechanical and electrical engineers to secure and bring revolutionary technologies to the United States.  The AIRE-FOIL and MAGNUM technologies will help not only Southwest Oklahoma but all of Oklahoma capitalize on its enormous Wind Energy potential while the MAGNUM and ECO-LOGIC technologies will help conserve electrical energy.
“We are excited to have SORD study the AIRE-FOIL, MAGNUM and ECO-LOGIC technologies and introduce them for discussion at the IEPC.”  “We believe AIRE-FOIL will revolutionize the Wind Energy Industry in the United States and combined with the MAGNUM and ECO-LOGIC technologies, will result in synergies much greater than each technology on its own.” stated Jim Alekson, CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC. 
“We are pleased Sachem has chosen Oklahoma to introduce these technologies to the United States.” “These technologies will help bring together all stakeholders to advance development of a robust Wind Energy Industry in Oklahoma.”  “These technologies are a step toward reducing the United States dependency on fossil fuels to meet its ever increasing energy needs.” comments Robert Smith, President of SORD.
Alekson and Sachem Energy Solutions are 100% Native American owned and steadfastly devoted to advancing opportunities that bring about economic diversification for Native American Communities across the United States and the First Nations of Canada. Its mission is to advance innovative technologies and initiatives in Native American and First Nations Communities to create jobs, encourage entrepreneurship and advance educational opportunities.
SORD was formed for the purpose of advancing economic development and prosperity in Southwest Oklahoma by advancing and encouraging trade and commerce.  SORD acts as an advocate to facilitate and promote the business community, alternative energy, affordable housing and the economic wellbeing of the citizens of  Oklahoma’s Southwest Region.   
For further information contact:
Robert Allan Smith | President of SORD | (405) 476-6180 | Email: swregionaldevelopment@yahoo.com
Jim Alekson | CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises | (206) 898-5869 | Email: jalekson@aleksongroup.com





Tuesday, June 26, 2012

SACHEM BUILDING SOLUTIONS™ AND STRAMIT USA BRING GAME CHANGING CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL TO INDIAN COUNTRY

Sachem Building Solutions™, a division of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC and Stramit USA announced today that they have signed an Agreement granting Sachem exclusive representation of Stramit CAFboard™ in Indian Country USA and the First Nations of Canada. 

Stramit’s process combines traditional light gauge framing with a proprietary and sustainable Compressed Agricultural Fiber (CAF) thermal insulator to yield Stramit CAFboard™, an environmentally friendly construction material that can replace traditional building materials such as fiberglass insulation, gypsum board, medium density fiberboard, particle board, and sound-proofing panels in a wide-range of commercial and residential applications. 
Stramit CAFboard™ is a sustainable construction material that is load bearing, structurally strong, non-toxic, carbon-negative, mold and pest resistant, energy-efficient, highly sound absorbent, nearly fireproof and most importantly 100 percent organic without any of the VOCs found in many traditional building materials.
“We are excited to be working with Stramit USA to bring this opportunity to Indian Country. There are more than 200,000 housing units required to fill the immediate needs of Indian Country,” comments Jim Alekson Sachem’s CEO. “We believe the unique characteristics of Stramit CAFboard™ can be used to fill this need. We have begun reaching out to modular housing designers to incorporate our renewable energy technologies in self-sustaining housing packages that can be self-erected with minimal construction knowledge.”
“We are pleased to be working with Sachem Building Solutions™ and Native American Communities,” said Tim Evans, Stramit executive vice president of sales and marketing. “Many traditional construction materials contain unhealthy levels of formaldehyde and other toxins. Additionally, many building materials are highly flammable, are poor heat and sound transfer barriers, and generate significant construction site waste that is deposited to landfills. We believe Stramit CAFboard™ is the perfect solution to overcome all these building-related problems.”
About Alekson and the Sachem companies:
Alekson and Sachem Building Solutions are 100% Native American female owned by a Member of the Citizen Band of the Potawatomi Nation of Oklahoma.  Alekson and all Sachem companies are steadfastly devoted to advancing opportunities that bring about economic diversification for Native American Communities across the United States. Our self-imposed mission is to advance cutting-edge technologies and initiatives in Native American Communities to create jobs, encourage entrepreneurship and inspire educational excellence. The company is also on Twitter.
About Stramit USA:
Stramit USA is an innovative manufacturer of sustainable building products, with corporate headquarters and plant facilities on Lubbock Avenue in Fort Worth, Texas. Stramit develops unique, environmentally friendly construction materials from recycled steel, and wheat and rice straw---a natural source material that is commonly destroyed. Stramit is committed to do more with less, to be good stewards of our natural environment, and to do its part in protecting planet earth
For further information contact:
Jim Alekson, Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC  (206) 898-5869
Email: jalekson@aleksongroup.com

Sunday, April 29, 2012

SACHEM ENERGY SOLUTIONS AND WEST CREEK ENERGY SIGN ACCORD

West Creek Energy Group, Inc. and Sachem Energy Solutions, a division of Alekson Native American Enterprises LLC, announced today that they have signed an Agreement granting Sachem exclusive representation of select, cutting-edge renewable energy technologies in Indian Country USA and the First Nations of Canada. 
The technologies represented by Sachem Energy Solutions center on West Creek Energy’s past successes of aligning itself with the best available technologies, world-class engineers and innovative visionaries who have collaboratively bound themselves to a common goal; providing green energy from sustainable resources. Sachem will be offering Torrefaction Systems, Heat Based Phytosanitation Systems, Wind Technology and other energy related capital equipment and systems held by West Creek Energy.
“We are excited to be working with West Creek Energy to bring this economic opportunity to Indian Country” “Forests across the United States are littered with the fire potential of pest killed trees and unwanted woody biomass.”  “Torrefaction technology, coupled with selective harvesting, provides a solution to that dilemma by converting unwanted woody biomass into a marketable renewable energy product.” stated Jim Alekson, CEO of Alekson Native American Enterprises. 
Torrefaction of woody biomass can best be described as a mild form of pyrolysis at temperatures typically in the range between 200° C and 320° C. The torrefaction process produces a high energy product with no biological activity. Densification of torrefied woody biomass into briquettes produces a very energy-dense fuel without the harmful emissions associated with fossil fuels.
Energy-dense briquettes produced in Indian Country will be marketed globally under the trademark SACHEM Hi-NRG.  Hi-NRG will help electrical power plants, cement manufacturers; steel producers and other coal fired industries around the globe meet the mandate of the Kyoto Protocol by offering a green energy solution to replace commonly used fossil fuels.
“We are pleased that our portfolio of sustainable energy technologies can help create jobs and diversify the economies of Native American Communities and First Nations in Canada.”  “This is an excellent program that brings together all stakeholders to create sustainable, renewable energy and help reduce the world’s dependency on less desirable fossil fuels to meet its energy needs.” comments Joseph W. Majka President/CEO of West Creek Energy.



Wednesday, January 25, 2012

SACHEM ENERGY WORKS ENERGY ALLIANCE

Sachem Native American Enterprises LLC, in a joint venture between Native American owned Alekson Development Group LLC and its Native American Partners, has today formed  an Energy Alliance trademarked as SACHEM ENERGY WORKSTM

Sachem Energy WorksTM has been formed with the intention of exclusively delivering cost competitive electrical energy to Tribal Nations and their Communities across the United States.  During the coming year, Sachem Energy WorksTM intends to negotiate preferential power agreements with leading Power Utilities across the United States to bring cost effective electrical energy to Indian Country Communities. In addition, Sachem Energy WorksTM intends to enter into joint ventures with renewable energy developers, primarily in the Western United States, to feed electrical energy into the United States Power Grid earmarked for the benefit of Tribal Nations.  

All Tribal Communities joining with  Sachem Energy WorksTM  will (i) automatically become joint venture partners; and (ii) directly benefit from the revenue generated by  their purchase of electrical energy through the Sachem Energy WorksTM Energy Alliance.  A portion of all revenues generated by  Sachem Energy WorksTM will be directed to the endowment of Indian Country controlled Foundations with goals and objective aimed at improving  education, job training, elder care and economic diversification in Indian Country. 

Come join us as we develop a whole new paradigm for the delivery of electrical energy to Native American Communities across the United States.  

We welcome your thoughts, comments and suggestions.  It is through open communication and collaboration among all Indian Country Members that true long-term change can be achieved.

Sunday, January 22, 2012

OUR MISSION

Over the coming months and years, we will be introducing to Native American Communities across the United States, cutting-edge 21st Century innovations in the fields of renewable and waste-to-energy technologies, methodologies and initiatives.  These patented technologies, proprietary methodologies and energy initiatives will include Wind, Solar, Tidal, MSW Processing, Torrefaction, Biomass Conversion and a host of yet to be discovered innovations.  Related technologies associated with our strategic global business resources include water treatment, high-yield hydroponic greenhouse food cultivation and creation of viable biomass for the Renewable Energy Industry. We live in exciting times.  We have an opportunity to make a real-world difference in the lives of many people and their Communities and in our relationship with the natural environment which sustains our existence on planet earth.  
Our Mission identifies with a quotation from Albert Einstein (1879 – 1955): “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited, whereas imagination embraces the entire world, stimulating progress, giving birth to evolution”.
We, as well as the generations that have come before us, are always in the midst of technological evolution originating in imagination.  Part of our Mission is to anticipate, identify, incubate and harness business opportunities originating and evolving in the world of technological innovation for Native American Communities. 
We will, from time-to-time, provide updated information regarding emerging technologies and look forward to your suggestions and comments.  It is through open communication and collaboration that true change can be manifested.