The Yeltah Story
Yeltah is an innovative alternative energy company founded in 2018 and based in Marietta, Georgia. Yeltah has developed a Green Energy Transfer Engine (GETE) which generates electricity using a carbon-free emission process that is projected to be 75% efficient when in operation. The GETE is manufactured by the company and powered by a newly developed process employing Atmospheric Pressure Differentials (ADP).
The Yeltah process takes the idea of electrical production to the next level to include hydrogen production via electrolysis. Hydrogen energy can transform the world’s energy needs. Yeltah portable energy systems can be located near the demand sites, making energy available for transportation, business and even household needs. The GETE applications for hydrogen are widespread with the ability to positively impact the global economy.
Yeltah is lead by Bill Hatley, the innovator and visionary of the GETE Solution.
Yeltah is dedicated to building a sustainable, pollution free energy solution with the Yeltah GETE as the design for the benefit of all people.
We have a passion for a bold new idea to put into action with a call to serve for a better and cleaner environment solution. Our desire is to give back to the total of mankind with honesty, trust and accountability.
The Vision Behind Yeltah
As a young boy, Bill Hatley and his family would go to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina for summer vacations. The ocean and its continuous rolling waters was most intriguing to a young mind. This young boy’s mind became obsessed with the energy driving the ocean waters. Through reading, modeling, and failures, an obsession to press on to success became ingrained in Bill’s life.
Reading about the Wright brother’s three points of pivot, the pull of gravity, rates of fall for dropping water, thermal amplification of liquid water to steam, and similar knowledge aroused the young man’s mind during the wee hours of the night. Ideas would materialize with a divine flash, linger for a short while, and then fade away, only to be remembered by the notes scribbled down in his notepad kept next to his bed.
When Michael Faraday came up with the idea of electricity and created the first electric dynamo in 1831, he didn’t know what to do with this new form of transforming energy until Thomas Edison took the idea to commercialization. In a similar manner, as the idea of atmospheric pressure differentials began to develop in Bill’s mind, he experienced development failures, successes, and early prototypes, which eventually resulted in the creation of the Yeltah process of turning a rotating shaft to generate electricity.
The Yeltah process takes electrical production to the next level to include hydrogen production by electrolysis, leading to the founding of Yeltah in 2018.
The idea of a hydrogen economy can be a world changing event. The quote “rising tides lifts all ships” originated from a Chinese story book, appeared in the book “The Gallan Maid” by Wen Kang, and was quoted by President John F. Kennedy as a way to promote forward progress. In a similar way, the Yeltah process, when widely adopted, will create a clean energy solution for all people.
The Yeltah leadership team is comprised of seasoned professionals with a passion for changing the energy creation landscape.