Our Story

We at Farley Ventures believe and invest in the future. 

Farley Ventures was formed to explore the development of new high-tech industries. 

 

At the turn of the century, amazing things happened around the world, and America was at the forefront of that change. Oil was discovered, and along with that came the automobile. Over the next several decades, technology has improved dramatically. Prior to those changes, people traveled by way of riverboats, horseback, and rail. 

Now, admittedly, riding on a horse can be fun, but only for short distances, and riding on a train was anything but fun; they were hot or cold, dirty and the soot from the steam engines got in your hair and all over your clothes. But all three of those modes of transportation became archaic and outdated with the introduction of the automobile, which, for the most part, used an internal combustion engine for its power. 

 

We at Farley Ventures believe that there is a much better, more economical, and cleaner (the internal combustion engine is really dirty and unhealthy) way to move our people, goods, and the economy: Electricity! The electrification of everything, including cars, buses, and trucks, will quickly begin to save us money and clean up the air at the same time. 

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People always have and always will resist change. 

The year was 1910, and something phenomenal happened, which brought about a fantastic change in just nine short years. Those nine years ushered in one of the greatest advents in history, and by 1919 we realized that the change was occurring. 

What happened? The automobile was born! 

More importantly, who were the winners and who were the losers in this massive technology shift? 

General Motors

One of the major changes that came about was in banking and finance.  The General Motors Acceptance Corporation was formed by GM in 1919 to provide customers with car loans. It was the brainchild of GM President Alfred P. Sloan as a way for consumers to buy cars without having a lot of upfront cash. Originally located in five large North American cities, it eventually became a nationwide behemoth as it expanded into banking, insurance, mortgages, and commercial finance.

Ford

Ford Motor Company took a different route because Henry Ford was not a fan of using debt to finance a car. Instead, it adopted its Weekly Payment Plan, an installment loan requiring a down payment and subsequent weekly payments of $5 to $10. The money was placed in a local Ford dealer’s account, and only when the full purchase price was deposited could the customer take delivery. The Weekly Payment Plan fizzled as Americans wanted nice cars on credit and were unwilling to wait. This helped catapult General Motors into the lead among car manufacturers. In 1928, Ford set up an auto loan subsidiary. Now its customers can set up installment loans and take delivery all at once. By 1930, about two-thirds of all cars were bought on credit.

We at Farley Ventures are the first step to change. 

Farley Ventures sees a new opportunity in creating a transformation from fossil fuel engines to electric motors. There is a change a foot. 

 

There is a way that allows electric-powered cars, buses, boats, airplanes, and any other modes of transportation, to economically exist without government subsidies, freeing the government of an enormous burden, which then and only then do we have the ability to bring about new technology.  So far, we’re not there yet, but it’s not that far off.

 

Back in the 1900s, there was a form of government subsidies that did exist for the automobile industry. It was the creation of the Federal Reserve in 1913. We have only discovered within the past couple of decades that this Federal Reserve system is bogus; the Federal Reserve is not federal, and there are no reserves. In today's society, the Federal Reserve (including IRS) is still used through grants and IRS accelerated depreciation on certain renewable energy projects.  Without the capital needed, nothing would ever change. However, there are true technology game-changers that will totally and completely change our world as we know it within the next 12 months. 

 

The projects that Farley Ventures are currently investing in are solar farms that are used as protection for our greenhouses which utilize an aquaponics system to produce tons of better than organic fresh produce and farm-raised fish in underutilized areas of Texas, thereby saving millions of gallons of diesel fuel annually. With more than 2 gigawatts of solar power on the drawing board in the Texas area by 2024, we believe we can severely reduce the price of renewable energy expended annually. By combining our high-tech better than organic growing systems, along with our solar generation and our ability to totally avoid connecting to the grid immediately, made possible by our strategic alliance partners in the battery industry, we have determined that it would be better to provide power to the end-user where we eliminated the bureaucracy and middlemen. 

 

We have also created a mobile solar design where we can hook behind the meter on any oil and gas field and provide renewable consistent direct power to the wellhead in order for their system to run 24 hours a day seven days a week utilizing the grid as a backup only. We believe every oil and gas company wants to make sure that they maximize their advantage in utilizing their ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) to the best of their ability. Our Solar Electric Generating System© (SEGS) can accomplish that for our friends in the oil and gas industry. We believe that, in 2022, with our SEGS, we can free up several hundred megawatts of power that is currently on our Texas grid, by helping oil and gas companies achieve their ESP goals.

 

Companies pay by the mile

 

As we discovered in the compressed natural gas and liquid natural gas industry more than a decade ago there was a haunting event that always took place in every endeavor. That event was range anxiety. The problem in the compressed natural gas market for automobiles was, (1) that it was necessary to deal with the local utility company (gas company) to purchase the gas or you had to liquefy the gas and transfer it, sometimes hundreds of miles, into town; (2) then you would need to re-gasify the liquid natural gas to vapor and compress it in order to accommodate a vehicle. Most of the time this proved to be very cost-prohibitive.

 

Commercial Clients

 

We will analyze the current and future routes and will provide a Solar Electric-Generating System© (SEGS) recharging stations along those routes and charge you by the mile to use our commercial electric vehicles and other equipment, at the same time, saving you money over your current operations. No longer will you have range anxiety or buyer’s remorse. We will charge you by the mile, not by a note payment. We are so convinced that the electric vehicle is superior to the current internal combustion vehicle that we are willing to purchase, maintain and supply the electricity for less than what you can currently operate your fleet.

 

Powered by the Hour

 

While working with Economic Development Corporation in smaller cities (under one million in population), they see and catch the vision of electric vehicles for transportation.  City buses, school buses, and other entities. Most of the cities we are working with agree that we can operate their transportation program using our electric vehicles cheaper than they can operate their transportation program using fossil fuel vehicles.

 

Each of the manufacturers that we work with in the bus market has a very unique niche, and depending upon the criteria and focus of our customers will determine which manufacture will work best for them.

 

We build the Solar Electric-Generating System© (SEGS), and provide the charging stations, and the electric vehicles all for one low price. We can provide brand new vehicles and brand new infrastructure, and it is all implemented by Powered by the Hour© or Powered by the Mile©.