The Problem & Our Solution
The problem we have solved is to provide electricity for individual consumers in remote areas having a water stream (canal/river) that haven’t access to any local electrical network.
Our solution to solve the problem is to generate electricity from a water stream (canal/river) by extracting mechanical energy from the water stream and converting it into electrical energy using our product.
The main alternative solutions for our technology are solar power and wind power each of them has many advantages and weaknesses in comparison with it, but hydropower obviously offers many advantages over them including steady-state, lower cost, higher efficiency, and better reliability.
Our main customers would be electricity suppliers, local power distributors, and especially individual consumers in remote areas having a water stream. Our market would be expanded due to attending relevant events like seminars, webinars, conferences, and trade fairs, and also by digital marketing. It could be more developed in remote areas all over the world in the future.
Our major competitors are solar and wind power suppliers, and especially the pressurized turbine manufacturers whose products are mostly installed on water pipelines, but the great advantages of our technology (steady-state, low-cost, high efficiency, durability, and reliability) makes it fully competitive.
According to our business model, this product could be offered to market directly or through an EPC project implementation (B2B/B2C). Alternatively, we could sell the generated electricity by our erected plants to customers in the future (B2C).