Tree Power – Renewable Energy for Remote Applications
Renewable Opportunity Analysis
The “ELECTRIFYING” POTENTIAL OF TREES
1 Introduction and Executive Summary
The need for alternative energy sources has been obvious for decades. Fossil fuels are being depleted at a rapid rate and are becoming increasingly difficult to reach. The costs associated with their commercialization are being felt across the globe. Worse, they harm the environment more and more each day they are being used.
And we have been using a lot more. The technology surge has cost a lot more than just research and development. All the laptops, the iPods, the Blackberry’s and Bluetooth products require more and more power, placing further demands on expensive, harmful ways to generate electricity.
Hence the big surge in research and interest in the concept of renewable energy. And although we are all very hopeful about the future of these technologies, they just don’t offer the immediate impact you are looking to make. There is still too much research to be done, costs to bring down and too many obstacles to getting this energy hooked up to the grid. Also, there are already a lot of fish swimming in those seas.
Which brings us to a very innovative idea that you cannot pass up. Because in order to have an immediate impact, the next solution has to lighten the load on the current energy sources. It has to provide another option that is easily accessible, easily affordable, and derives power from a renewable source. And that is exactly what we have developed.
We can offer a way to power up small electronic devices without plugging them into the wall. We are offering an economically attractive alternative to plugging in small electronics, we are saving forests, protecting our borders, and starting research into just how powerful our forests can be. We are taking electricity from one of our nation’s most ample, renewable resources -- trees.
That’s right --...