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NRGLab PTE LTD (www.nrglab.asia) will start selling licenses to generate electricity at $0.03 per kilowatt for the countries of South-East Asia in February 2013. NRGLab is the premiere green-energy company in Singapore, now poised to bring affordable electric power to the rest of the world. Such an affordable price for generating electrical energy for industrial and domestic usage will stimulate the economies of Vietnam, Malaysia and the Philippines – the first three countries to benefit from NRGLab innovations. The first generators are expected to activate by the end of 2015, although the prospective industries need to prepare today. 

 

NRGLab plans to invest in the economies of partnering countries to produce profits from electricity sales for 10 years (learn about NRGLab’s scientific work here: http://www.nrglab.asia/aboutus.html). For example, if two SH Box production factories are built in Vietnam, they will manufacture 200,000 SH Boxes in 10 years. The equipped factories, within a decade, have the capacity to produce electric power worth $50 billion. Half of this amount will be invested in the Vietnamese industry. Using the same model, $30 billion will be invested in the Philippines and $30 billion in Malaysia. NRGLab’s concept is to create joint ventures with local partners and invest proceeds from the business into local markets. Review the auction calendar at http://www.nrglab.asia/auctions.html.

 

Some economists may consider the introduction of cost-effective electricity in oil-producing countries a dangerous phenomenon, especially with possible oil price cuts. However, the “danger” is most likely psychological, because any oil price drop has more to do with macro-markets, and no one can predict their dynamics and direction.

 

Furthermore, a national government can easily increase revenues by raising the tax on this type of electricity, because it costs 4 times less to produce NRGLab electricity than anywhere else on the market.

 

Additional oil and gas resources (available due to new electricity generating capacities) can also be sold in the market and bring additional income to a government’s budget.

 

Because export proceeds from national companies in the oil sector will increase, these companies will generate more jobs and increase wages, which will ultimately increase the purchasing power of average households.

 

Significantly, foreign investment companies will be able to increase their activity as a result of partnering with NRGLab. A downloadable copy of the company’s 2013 Strategic Business Plan is available here:

 

http://www.nrglab.asia/images/NRGLAB_Strategic_Business_2013_SH_Boxes.pdf

 

Electricity autonomy (no network required) and its tremendous cost effectiveness will bring capitalization to remote islands and territories. Land prices will go up due to relatively easy development of these islands and territories. As a result, by 2015, the cumulative effect of inexpensive and autonomous energy generation will improve the wellbeing of all countries involved. It is also likely that inexpensive energy will positively impact tourism -- a common source of revenue -- since investments in hotel and tourism businesses will almost certainly grow.

 

The energy industry is a money redistribution tool in the economy; an energy price reduction will produce a quick and positive influence on the consumer sector. It is difficult to predict the speed and magnitude of such an effect, for we do not have numbers for intersectoral economy models, or calculations for capital inflow-outflow, or price changes for electrical energy. Despite these factors, a government can easily regulate the economy’s performance by adjusting electricity prices or introducing new taxes, because the price difference between old and new electricity, using NRGLab products, is simply vast.

 

Learn more at www.NRGLab.Asia.

 

-- Zeev Drori, NRGLab technician, Israel.

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