Investment Strategies

All seed capital investors involved with the prototype construction and business development are rewarded with being first key investors in all future Global refinery and mining projects.

Phase One

EcoGlobal’s Hydrogen and Oxygen production can often be Phase 1 of a Project Investment, for a risk management strategy. Along with a secure Investment and ROI in the renewable source of energy, such as a solar PV farm, the sale of hydrogen and oxygen is seen as a VALUE ADDED component which can be sold directly into the market place, increasing any ROI in a solar farm PV, wind, tidal, geothermal etc.

Another advantage is we are capable to produce electricity at night, which makes us a 24-hour base load industry.

Mining and Mineral Ores, Tar Sands Separation

EcoGlobal’s Hydrogen and Oxygen production can also be made directly from any source of available power supply, including main power feed, for situations where the hydrogen value is need rather than the environ factor.

An example of this is the mining industry, where our Hydrogen production can be used in small or large scale in very remote locations, or in large qualities required for Tar Sands separation and purification.

Another example, is simply making the cheapest purest oxygen available to gas/coal turbines to reduce CO 2 emissions.

Phase Two

EcoGlobal’s Solanol Ethanol production is financially achievable because our Hydroxy Generators can be economically scaled up, are half the cost of conventional electrolysis, have very low maintenance costs, does not use diaphragms which clog and need constant replacement, and has reliable cell units made from low cost materials that are durable and last for approx. 25 years, all of which has been independently validated over 6 months of trials and testing at a Sydney based University at a cost of $80,000.
Investments in clean technologies are a forecasted trend in the years to come. We are running out of oil - therefore we need to develop alternatives - now.

Currently national and international coal and gas-fired power stations (over 365 in the USA and more being built in China) have an inherent environmental impediment, that being the 300 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere annually. The cost of removing this carbon dioxide component vented from the flu gases is a major technical-cost-deficit problem.

This will be overcome by introducing the Eco Global enviro-oxygen, which is a surplus by-product of the Solanol fuel process, to combust with coal or gas fired power stations instead of with air. This national market is calculated to require 218 million tonne / 240 ton of enviro-oxygen annually. The flu gases produced by coal and gas fired power stations using enviro-oxygen, will now consist of mainly carbon dioxide that can easily be disposed of economically.

Governments around the world are aiming from 10- 80% renewable fuels to be incorporated into existing fuel/energy supply infrastructure within the next 5-10 years. Major energy companies cannot get their hands on enough renewable fuels to meet this government guidelines-soon to become laws. This potential alliance will require all aspects of institutional and industrial enviro-capitalism to develop and pledge themselves to responsible corporate citizenship in developing a sustainable and knowledgeable 21st century.