World Markets

Currently, in order to have a strong global presence and impact we at Senitron are researching a number of the possible available markets for our product in such areas as America, Canada, South America, the Middle East, China, Asia, Australia and New Zealand and Europe, including Russia.

If you are a company with proven financial clout we would like to hear from you. We present an opportunity whereby the potential exists for you to become a dealer/trader in this form of innovative technology.

The future of energy is here. Don’t let it pass you by.

There are many Industries that are energy-intensive, consuming huge amounts of energy and often for very little in return. The Steel, Oil and Mining Industries are prime examples of this. Most importantly, the cost of energy consumed in the smelting, drilling and extraction processes has a knock-on effect for the consumer of these products: the greater the energy-costs the higher the product’s market price.

Perhaps the most energy-intensive industrial process is Desalination – making sea-water fit for human consumption. Water is everywhere in short supply, and there is a growing concern that, as the population continues to rise, eventually demand will outstrip supply. The amount of usable water on the planet – and remember, the Earth is two- thirds water – is a miniscule 0.1 of a percent, and that is growing less by the year as underground Aquifers are drained at an ever faster rate. So, there is a huge and growing demand for more usable water, and cheaper methods sought for the Desalination process.

Using conventional methods the Desalination process, at present, is far from being cost-effective: the cost of desalinating a given amount of water is disproportionate to the actual return you can expect to make for the sale of that water. In short, you are making a loss and not a profit. So, currently there is very little money to be made in this Industry but at the same time a huge demand for clean, drinkable water. This cost-ineffectiveness is, as stated above, mainly a consequence of energy costs. Conventional energy-producing technologies are expensive to run and, moreover, require a constant supply of fuel to keep them running. So, in many cases you are paying not only for the fuel but also for the cost of its transportation.

With a cheaper form of energy-application such as our Generator, which requires no conventional fuel or fuel supply, costs could be reduced considerably. This applies right across the board: in every industry that is energy-intensive our Generator could significantly reduce energy costs.

The fact that our Generator also produces clean energy – it has zero emissions – is clearly another positive factor for its adoption in those countries where methods of energy-production are still strongly reliant on fossil fuels and are therefore contributing still to the planet’s growing environmental crisis. Heavy industry and outmoded forms of energy-production are the prime culprits here. You only have to recall the Beijing Olympics in 2008 and the scenes of a smog-enshrouded city to realize the validity of this. That smog was the result of burning coal – huge amounts of burning coal – from Industrial Complexes and Power Stations. It might come as a surprise to learn that coal is still heavily used in China and is still one of the most commonly used forms of energy worldwide.

Just imagine the amount of energy poured into the mining process for the extraction of that coal, and then imagine the highly deleterious effects of all those billions of tonnes of coal burning around the world. And then think about the consequences of changing this unsustainable situation, of replacing all of these harmful forms of energy with cleaner more effective forms. It is not impossible, but the will and determination have to be there. And the desire. As someone once said: revolution begins in the mind.