- A video is found here. Click here for HD and here for standard resolution.
- One energy source: CLEAN FUEL
- These products are normally procured separately, thus, SEPARATE additive COSTS
- This scheme replaces all the Cost Entries at the "Cost Stream" of the Financial Statement with the Cost of Fuel (only ONE cost item).
- All those Cost Entries above are transferred to the "Income Stream" of the Financial Statement, because they are "Savings".
- The resulting "Internal Rate of Return" on Investments (IRR) of the Cash Flow Statement becomes such an attractive value - all investments considered.
- A Scheme to provide the proponent with a cost-effective process to produce electricity, water, salt, chilling, and heating/drying from only one source: THE FUEL.
- Depending upon the configuration options, the project recovers itself in as short as 2 years.
- Environment-Friendly, with possible government incentives.
- What is the size of the market?
- The current means employ very energy-efficient processes because some use energy from the sun. The system described here, could be put in parallel with those current systems that are already in place. The engineering and the economics could be optimized, so that this compact system could be injected or interspersed within the current system to achieve the most profitable configuration.
- One market is all the current salt producers.
- Another market would be those who produce drinking water from desalination.
- Another would be food manufacturers which capitalize on the availability of electricity, chilling, heating/drying, salt, and clean water.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
The Energy-Efficient Salt and Water Production Strategies
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