Composite Systems

World’s First In-Home, Backup Power Appliance


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AirGen connects to your home’s existing natural gas line to provide consistent, reliable power during emergency situations. When not in use as a generator, AirGen doubles as an air conditioner -- making it the first device of its kind that is practical for use in multi-family buildings, homes and commercial properties.

The result: AirGen is the first emergency power backup-system that is safe, reliable,  practical and affordable enough for anyone to have in their home.

AirGen: Do Power Differently

Have you ever experienced a power outage?
Ever wondered what would happen in the event of a natural disaster?
Are you worried about cyber threats to the power grid?

If you answered “yes” to any of the questions above, you’re not alone. Power outages are becoming an increasingly frequent problem in the United States. In 2015, there were approximately 3,571 outages, affecting more than 13,000,000 people nationwide, and industry reports suggest that the occurrence of power outages doubles every 5 years.

Despite the rising frequency of power outages, most households do not have a viable backup power option to maintain basic services in the event that a power outage occurs. This leaves homes without light, heat, communications -- in the case of extreme emergencies such as snowstorms or hurricanes, for days or even weeks at a time.

There are some home backup systems available. On the one hand, you have gasoline or battery-powered systems, but those only provide power as long as the gasoline or battery holds out, making them impractical for long-term power outages of more than a few hours.

Then there are larger standby generators, such as the Generac Guardian line of products. These systems run on the natural gas already being provided to the home, providing steady power. But those systems start at upwards of $1,500, and are too bulky and hazardous to be practical for indoor use.

It’s high time there was a solution that allowed households everywhere to be prepared for emergency power outages -- a solution that makes it affordable and convenient to prepare your home for these scenarios

Composite Systems drives value for customers through:

And with AirGen, that is exactly what the Composite Systems team has created. 

The Composite Systems mission is simple: reimagine the backup energy generator in a way that makes it practical and affordable enough that every and any household can have access to emergency power.

AirGen runs on the natural gas that is already being supplied to your home, providing reliable, consistent power in the event of an outage.

AirGen doubles as an air conditioner, which provides two benefits:

  • The system continues to provide value even when normal power is being provided to the home, as a standby backup-power source and a fully functional air conditioner.
  • Any exhaust generated by the system in generating electricity is naturally and safely filtered out of the home

AirGen provides enough consistent power in the event of an outage to run a variety of appliances that are necessary for the normal, day-to-day functions at home.

What Can AirGen Power?

Not only that -- AirGen is the first emergency power solution that is:

At an estimated $499, AirGen costs the same as a standard electric air conditioner -- with double the functionality -- and a fraction of the cost of the leading outdoor generator.

Because AirGen doubles as an air conditioner, it’s not another appliance taking up valuable space in your home when not in use. Plus, AirGen is small and lightweight enough to be portable, so you can move it easily throughout your home.

Unlike some power generators that run on batteries or gasoline, AirGen runs off the same natural gas that already runs in your home, so it’s always ready when the power cuts out -- there’s no danger of power running out since the natural gas supply has remained available even during large-scale disasters such as Hurricanes Sandy and Katrina.

AirGen’s air conditioner functionality automatically filters the natural gas fumes produced by the system out of the home, making AirGen a safe in-home backup power solution.  Natural gas is already the cleanest burning fossil fuel and AirGen safely filters out the minimal fumes created.

We’re still in the early stages of development, but we’re making great progress toward having AirGen market-ready to share with the world.  

We have already completed work  on a scale presentation model of AirGen, and the team is hard at work on a fully operational prototype. We have already filed multiple patents to protect the innovations behind AirGen and its defining features.  

Interested in learning more about where Composite Systems goes from here and how you can be involved? Request access to the business plan tab of this profile, and let’s talk!

Yogi is the CEO and founder of Gotham Analytics and has more than 15 years of technical development and management experience. Yogi is also the inventor of a patent-pending, off-grid remote monitoring platform currently deployed in several mission-critical infrastructure projects. While working as a military contractor Yogi was involved in developing missile defense systems and control systems for stealth Naval vessels.

Rob is a legal and financial adviser to technology companies. After graduating from Systems Design Engineering at the University of Waterloo, Rob worked as a process engineer at a fiber-optic components company in California.  He obtained his law degree from the University of Ottawa, and since then Rob has occupied senior positions at several leading law firms and technology companies, most recently at BlackBerry in Waterloo, Ontario.

Mr. Agnoli has been a Federal, state, and regional regulator, a college instructor, and a consultant with several well‐respected engineering design firms. The majority of his professional engineering career has been associated with flood control as a designer and regulator as well as emergency preparedness at the local and state level.

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