E-Technology will induce a direct (manufacture and distribution of E-Technology units), and indirect economic boost through sustainable electrical energy generation, (installing wind and solar parcs, retiring fossil infra), leading to cost-effective power availability (housing HVAC, manufacturing,  ICE to EV conversion, recycling etc.).

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Living standards will improve. Not only in developed countries, where increasing demand can be covered, but also in developing areas where on a large scale, the access to electrical energy becomes possible through distributed micro-grids, or stationary units, providing access to water, food, health services, mobility and transportation, electrical tools, light and warmth or cooling.

For the very first time these populations will be “open” for business, health and education.

A second level conversion within the power landscape could naturally move toward the generalization of 48DC as compared to 110/220 AC. This would make for a safe, more efficient, and power outfall-free energy use in housing, offices, or certain industrial processes, ultimately improving user experience and ridding the world of the need for transformers and chargers.