A recent Japanese study indicated that Global carbon dioxide emissions may rise by 7 percent by 2035 should the Fukushima nuclear disaster slow the pace of expansion in atomic power generation. Greenhouse gas emissions may increase by 2 billion metric tons annually if fossil fuels replace atomic reactors according to Japan’s Institute of Energy Economy, Japan said in its Asia/World Energy Outlook 2011 released this week.
Rising carbon emissions could speed the pace of global warming and cause other unintended consequences. These threats hang imminent on a society that is slow to change and while many green companies have sought to enact a shift toward the green few have succeeded in implementing it on a broader level. The primary obstacle before the reduction of carbon emissions is the cost of alternative energies. The full scope of environmental endangerment is still being realized and it’s on the backdrop of a weak economy. The government, businesses and individuals are looking to cut costs and for most it’s a higher priority than cutting carbon.
Green options have proven most successful when consumers don’t have to make the choice between doing something good for the environment and saving money. An excellent example of this is in automotives where gas economy negates much of the higher costs of the vehicle itself. The popularity of the Prius speaks to this trend.
SaviCorp. (SVMI) also follows this model of saving the environment while simultaneously saving cash. An innovative automotive technology company that licenses manufactures and distributes an array of patented technologies and products that reduce harmful emissions and improve fuel efficiency; SaviCorp recently announced what it calls the 'Next Generation' DynoValve® Plug and Play kit. The new DynoValve leaps frogs on their original DynoValve technology, a redesigned crank case that works to reduce gasoline and diesel engine emissions. The new DynoValve provides more effective emission reduction and engine efficiency, helping to improve mileage and lengthen lifespan, thereby reducing costs for consumers, business, corporate, municipal, state and Federal vehicle fleets. The latest debut from the company been proven to lower emissions in most vehicles by 50% and can increase mileage by 20% or more.
The unique ability for the DynoValve to improve existing technology and shrink the cost to both the environment and the consumer, will likely work in favor of its sales. The desire to minimize the negative impact of carbon emissions exists, as is evident by the multitude of green companies, but the capital is not always available. The DynoValve allows not only a neutral outcome but actual savings, increase the impetus for consumers small and large.