Fossil energy sources send 75% of primary energy into the atmosphere, effectively using but 25% as stationary or mobile energy consumption (See difference between combustion powerplant and final mobile consumption in Chart 1 below).


These downsides disappear as sustainable electric energy production and E-Technology storage solutions combined optimally increase capacity utilisation, production and distribution of sustainable energy. Energy consumed is infinitely close to the energy produced (Chart 2).
The changing paradigm of sustainable energy is complete when considering the ease with which it simplifies large scale energy distribution management.


E-Technology units require only abundantly available raw material, enjoy a long lifecycle and are easily recyclable.

This positions E-Technology as a “catalyst” and important element in the sustainable electrical energy value chain.

Where, under the IEA Net Zero Scenario, a CAARG of 10% for Solar capacity and 8,4% for Wind capacity is envisioned between 2020 and 2050, an additional 1% increase in both solar and wind capacity is forecasted under the E-Technology scenario.

Under these conditions, the graph comparing yearly CO2emissions from any kind of combustion activity illustrates possible outcomes as per our estimations


E-Technology allows to attain a step change in scale and to massively preclude CO2 emissions.