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Ecos Lifelink, Portable Water, Portable Satellite, Portable Power
Ecos Lifelink, Portable Water, Portable Satellite, Portable Power

One of the most brilliant inventions we’ve seen to date is this mobile, portable structure which provides water purification, electricity and even wireless internet access – all through the power of the wind and the sun. The Ecos LifeLink was released earlier this month by Ecosphere Energy Systems Inc (EES) at the Cleantech Venture Forum in San Francisco, CA.

The design of the two 20 foot modules make the Ecos LifeLink system easily portable to disaster relief sites and to provide water and electricity to remote locations. The portable wireless satellite system provides internet connectivity which allows for voice over IP and VSAT communication reaching a 30 mile range, while providing 16 kW of power and water filtration that provides 30 gallons per a minute making the most contaminated water sources comply with World Health Organization standards.

The power and portability behind the Ecos LifeLink comes from multiple patent pending technologies from EES, including a powerful solar generator and retractable solar panels. The applications for the Ecos Lifelink are endless, since their mobility allows them to be deployed anywhere in the world, and used by any community.

Ecos LifeLink is revolutionary in the fact that it will use only the power of the sun and wind to create and store the energy needed to run water filtration components, pumps, or motors. LifeLink can be used to provide water and electricity for a small village. Multiple systems could be used throughout a village to power its school, water system, buildings, and communications systems.”

Jean-Michel Cousteau
Ocean Pioneer and Environmentalist

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  1. Chris M December 31, 2014 at 1:37 pm

    ERROR on this article: the writer states that the uniqueness in the system is that it runs entirely on renewable energy to process water, but in the demonstrations a couple months ago- they clearly use a generator to power the systems.

    Everyone uses generators… so, this is another ‘independent’ power systems that throws a bunch of technology in a box, but still requires someone to deliver fuel to off-set the energy drain. Otherwise, the system can’t operate entirely by itself. The writer needs to update her article.

  2. James D. Still March 16, 2008 at 10:13 am

    I am interesting to have it for my farm. How much is it? Will it cover overall my farm? Keep in touch. That is great?

  3. royalestel April 2, 2007 at 2:39 pm

    Whoops, just found a potential better tech than current solar panels :

  4. royalestel April 2, 2007 at 2:15 pm

    I sorry to say, I think this will be vapor-ware. The price will put it out of reach of many who really need something like this. Darn those expensive solar panels. We really need a better tech.

  5. michael cristoforo March 23, 2007 at 4:15 pm

    So there is no misunderstanding I referred to the Power Cube, the actual name for the unit is the ECOS LIFELINK
    I would also like it to be know that since the stock started tradeing no one in management has sold any shares.Or where they able to under lock up periods.
    Many of the original stockholders, who I personally know have made hugh profits, and have nothing to lose by selling the rest of their stock cheap. They probably will kick themselves later on. Fellow stockholders PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE WISE UP!!

  6. michael cristoforo March 23, 2007 at 4:00 pm

    I am one of the first investors in this company. As one of the original TRUE BELIVERS I have also been at
    a quandry as to why we have stockholders who would be willing to sell themselves short. At the 45 cent price the stock has to be the best investement going in my opinion. The company has over 400 patients in both the U.S. and internationally. We have products that can cleanup the enviorment such as our patiented ship stripping robot. we can provide clean drinking water and have done so after the devestaing hurricanes in Waveland Miss, where we helped save lives, and with the latest invention the PowerCube, we can provide clean drinking water, electicity, and internet connectivity anywhere in the world. Stockholders have been able to sell there shares for a while now, as the company went public, as we were promised it would, At one time the stock went to 5.00 a share, now we have people complaining that they did’nt sell and now it is 45 cents. When will the stockholders in this company wise up , and see what we have going for us, go on the wesite, and educate yourselves. At one time I left my business to help raise this company which was in its infancy, I left when it went into the hands of people who were far more knowlegable than myself, in bringing the company the rest of the way. I am one of the companys larger investors, and constantly keep checking the website as to what is happening in our company. I wish others would do the same!!

  7. Francis Omo-Orobor March 22, 2007 at 2:41 am

    Could tell me what it costs to install a prtable ECOS with the wind/solar power combined. Let us not talk about the water filteration as yet.
    If you have a price for demonstration in wealthy African Country, You will get some people who will jump and be happy to have your product.

    You have a winner here. It is a matter of time. I read a piece in the Star written by Tyler Hamilton.

  8. John Klopotowski March 21, 2007 at 4:41 pm

    As a sharehold I am concerned with all the new, one of a kind high tech systems that have been invented, that they all still show a decline in shareholder stocks. At the cost of $5.00 a share which I paid per stock, it seems a joke that now they can’t even reach the $2,00 mark when the stock went public. Does anybody have a answer to this?

  9. J. Sowinski March 21, 2007 at 11:50 am

    I hope the company doesn’t do a revenue give-away on this like they did for the water purification system (1% of revenue goes to Waveland, MS).

    I’m an early stage investor who bought in at the princely sum of $2.00 per share. PLEASE, let’s get that $2.00 share price back or at least have 12 months of solid GAAP profitability before doing anymore give-aways.

  10. Richie March 20, 2007 at 11:14 pm

    Wow ! Seems like an improvemt on Very encouraging. I hope it’s available as a real product soon.

  11. Roy Rosenthal March 20, 2007 at 11:45 am

    As a financial advisor, I’ve been following your company for one of my clients. My concern is why capitilazation continues to decline in spite of what seems to be a blockbuster product. How are you marketing this compelling system?

  12. edw.a.roth March 20, 2007 at 11:10 am

    You have a hit and have hit on something fairly incredible…Make it affordable to villages and towns,tribes and clans,neighborhoods and neighbors and you will receive enough to form endowments for disaster relief across the world!

  13. Joan Ardrey March 20, 2007 at 10:19 am

    Its wonderful. When is it expected to be available, how big is it, and how much will it cost?

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