The green industry is a competitive field with companies across the world competing to capture market share in the emerging sector. For the past decade, alternative energy corporations have been working to create a product that is both valuable to the environment and fiscally competitive. The challenge of this task has perhaps been underestimated, as evidenced by the failure to enact a cohesive or even widespread strategy for helping to reduce carbon emissions.
During the time that companies have been laboring to develop a product or strategy that fits the bill, carbon emissions have risen, steeply. Over the last decade, in which former Vice President Al Gore and the IPCC have commanded the environmental debate and raised awareness of global warming and the threats of carbon-dioxide emissions, it has risen by 28.5 percent.
The increase in carbon emissions has less to do with indifference than with the struggle to create something cost-effective. Now, with the stakes higher than ever, those companies that are able to make a significant contribution to emission reduction without adding extra cost to the consumer, are positioned to thrive.
Among these companies is, SaviCorp (SVMI) whose patented DynoValve technology is as easy on the environment as it is on the wallet. The DynoValve is the only product of its kind; a computer controlled positive crankcase valve (PCV) designed to replace the outdated PCV. The most widely used RCV model was developed in the 1960’s and seems too inefficient for use in a society that has evolved in so many other ways. The valve works by continuously modulating the oil and gas allowing for increased fuel economy; reduced exhaust; and improved performance.
Considering not only the expense of gas but also the natural cap on fossil fuels, the integration of a device like the DynoValve would seem the natural choice for the consumer. Additionally, unlike many competing technologies, the DynoValve can save money on any scale from small to large, appealing to everyone from consumers to businesses and corporate municipal, state and Federal vehicle fleets.
Considering the cash strapped state of governments, state and federal, slashing fuel costs and contributing meaningfully to the agenda for minimizing carbon emissions would seem an appealing prospect. Savicorp. offers that opportunity with the DynoValve, which appears to posses the qualities that many of its competitors lack in terms of its capacity for broader economy.
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