1. Provide renewable energy in the form of green energy carriers to the “hard-to-abate” sectors to accelerate decarbonization.
Whatever the solution proposal and its application, it must comply with operational and design factors that are in common with each other and in conjunction with other associated or dependent technologies, these elements are:
- High capacity
- Low maintenance
- IOT capacity
"Find the hidden added value of your proposal and project your solution beyond its primary utility"
Systems for Power Generation by Magnetic Transduction, are scalable and have a high production capacity in reduced spaces, offer significant technical and operational advantages, compared to conventional solutions such as solar or wind systems. These systems are adaptable to any climatic environment, productive activity or human development.
This decentralized and autonomous solution generates energy directly at the point of consumption for 100% electricity supply activities in 2 square meters, but at the same time this same module can be transported, configured and associated with other technologies to:
• Generate fuels on demand (green hydrogen)
• Gasify municipal solid waste on site with plasma arc
• Generate ambient water
• Capture and Transform CO2 into Graphene
• Charge electric batteries
• Supply energy to a population
WITH WHOM TO PARTNER
That institution or individual that understands (under certain rules) that “without a planet there is no business” and that any venture capital investment in technologies with high environmental and social impact under the current global climatic circumstances is a guarantee of a Return on Investment extremely profitable , especially if we talk about mass solutions. An example of such institutions would be IDB Lab or IDB Invest.
BARRIERS AND HOW TO OVERCOME THEM
One of the main barriers for new technologies and their creators is the justification of the gross numbers before investors of purely financial capital, the solution must be technically reliable not only on paper but also demonstrable in the field at a cost that is not necessarily economic, but if with an extremely attractive return on investment and with a brutal social and development impact.
Getting to that point and justifying it is extremely complex but not impossible, the business plan must contain all the associated costs down to the last detail. Linking, showing yourself, and making enough noise in front of the right people and forums can shorten this path.
Another barrier is the political management part, especially if you plan to apply massive projects, this can be solved through international organizations who are the ones who present and apply the projects, adhering to the international regional commitments and regulatory frameworks that are required to meet all countries.