Changing the status quo of our society can often face extreme impediments. Both societal inertia and the paid efforts of deep-rooted interest groups can serve as huge obstacles in the face of change. This is especially the case when the change being made is fiscally inconvenient and the groups that should be spearheading the changes are being pulled in a multitude of directions.
The fiscal cost of widespread implementation of green technology and green products has been the primary obstacle in the face of broader change. The desire for people to begin making changes is obvious, but with recessionary issues and many small businesses struggling to stay above water, the notion of taking on the costs of installing solar panels or harnessing wind energy can become overwhelming.
This is why, when observing the areas in which green energy has had the most success, automotive often dominates. When green technology is applied to automobiles, being proactive about the environment can actually be more cost effective than traditional models.
The popularity of vehicles like the Prius and the demand for electric cars speaks to this trend.
The relationship between price and popularity within green products has not been lost on SaviCorp. (SVMI)., an innovative automotive technology company, dedicated to developing products that help vehicles help consumers to help the environment. SaviCorp.’s patented DynoValve technology, a computer controlled positive crankcase valve, allows existing non-hybrid automobiles to become more green friendly.
The original PVC crank case has not been updated since the sixties. Considering how much we’ve learned about the environment and the importance of efficiency since then, it would seem a PVC case that fits the times might be just about due.
DynoValve is that option, able to fit both the times and the tighter budget of recent years. The DynoValve succeeds in generating increased fuel economy by continuously modulating the oil and gas as well as reducing exhaust; and improving overall performance.
Considering not only the expense of gas but also the quantitative limits of fossil fuels, the integration of a device like the DynoValve would seem the natural choice for consumers large and small. The improvement in the efficiency can promote savings and can be applied on anything from an single car to a large scale government or business fleet.
The multiple benefits for the device give it an edge against other green technologies, that while appealing lack the simplicity and affordability appropriate for the current landscape.
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