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NRGLab to auction clean energy license for Philippines


A Singapore company has developed a solar type crystal technology that harnesses environmental heat to provide continuous power in the range of 3 cents per kilowatt-hour --- about three times cheaper then the cheapest places on earth. On February 5, 2013, they will be holding their first auction for licensing the technology, beginning in the Philippines.


Introduction by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

The following showed up as a "PAID ADVERTISEMENT" in newspaper (source unknown | download). I have transcribed it here for online access.

I've posted a feature page about NRGLab and their SH Box at PESWiki.

I put this one in #3 position in the Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies listing. My reasons include: good price point: $0.03/kW-h; portable, solid-state, 24/7/365 constant; strong independent validation, including by TUV; strong business team and plan (not that I agree with the strategy); licensing the technology in a non-disruptive approach; science is not too much of a stretch; nearness to market (2014).

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NRGLab to auction clean energy license for Philippines
Poly-Crystal generators to revolutionize electricity production


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Delivering clean electric power to more than 2,000 Philippine islands becomes possible on February 5, 2013.

On that day, NRGLab, the premier green technology company in Singapore, will auction the first license to produce electricity in the Philippines using the company's poly-crystal power generators. Qualified investors can learn more at www.nrglab.asia . Bidding starts at $548,000 against a total license purchase price of $54.801M for the Philippines. NRGLab estimates investors will be able to resell their license to governments and corporations for $60M to $80M. Following a resale, investors buying the license at auction will pay the balance of the license fee to NRGLab. Investors will also retain the right to resell the license as many times as desired, with estimated net profits of $19M to $39M on each resale.

This game-changing power system, researched and developed over the last 10 years, makes is possible to produce electricity anywhere using scalable poly-crystal modules that deliver power for a decade with minimal maintenance. NRGLab's SH Box system can be installed an used for residential, commercial or industrial power. The cost averages 3 cents per kilowatt hour (kW/h), representing a savings of 66 percent to 75 percent below prevailing utility costs in many countries. With a lifespan of 20 years, poly-crystals provide the power core for generating electricity using the innovative methods developed by NRGLab.

"By purchasing a license to manufacture this generator equipment, our investors will be able to help the people of the Philippines by bringing low-cost electricity to areas that do not have power," said Ana Shell, NRGLab Asia partner. "The investors who purchase our license can resell the license to other companies and investors for each island in the Philippines. With this technology, the value of each island will grow rapidly as we deliver electrical power, and each island can begin to develop economically. You can put SH Boxes anywhere. With a power plant, it's not economically feasible to put a facility on each island or run cable to them."

NRGLab will license the rights to this technology starting with the company's Feb. 5 auction at the Raffles Hotel Singapore (http://raffles.com/singapore). License rights for Malaysia and Vietnam will also be sold during this event. The next auction, for licensing rights in Switzerland, Spain and Portugal, will be held in March.

More than three-quarters of the electricity consumed in the Philippines comes from fossil fuels, mainly coal and natural gas.

Unlike fossil fuels, NRGLab systems use completely green technology that does not pollute the earth or damage the atmosphere in any way. The company's poly-crystal systems are clean, reliable and affordable -- making power generation possible in developing nations that previously could not afford to deliver electricity to all their citizens. Using NRGLab's revolutionary power system not only improves lives, but also empowers countries throughout the world to concentrate their resources on other key areas of economic development, which cannot occur without a reliable and affordable electricity power source in place. 

There is tremendous opportunity for investors in electric energy in developing countries such as the Philippines.

NRGLab already has the solution and it is ready to deploy.

For more information about the scheduled license auction, please contact Steve Evans, NRGLab Marketing Director North America: se@nrglab.asia . A copy of the company's business plan is available upon request.

About NRGLab:

NRGLab Pte. Ltd. is a science-driven company based in Singapore. The company researches and develops alternative-energy technologies for clean, reliable and affordable electrical power on a global scale.

The company's systems are capable of producing environmentally-friendly generators (SH Boxes), which are easily scalable from 1 watt to 200 kw per unit.

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