West Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) March 7, 2007
Invention Support has signed a strategic alliance with Mr. Michael Moran, the inventor of the new device known as the "Self Powered Generator", to offer support for this great new invention and to proudly introduce it into the general market.
The basic idea behind the Self Powered Generator is to alleviate the need to purchase gasoline for a generator and to own a device which will run more efficiently and relatively cost free. Alternate sources of energy are an extremely enlightened means of redirecting the world's resources and the idea for a generator which would incorporate this innovation is certainly a great idea.
His Inventor Mr. Moran Quote "The time for decreasing our dependence on non-renewable fuel sources is upon us. A generator that can function using solar and electric power as means of producing electricity would be a significant step towards achieving this goal. With lowered fuel consumption and emissions, the unit becomes a cleaner, more cost efficient way to create and supply electricity for many of the consumers' power needs. Rising fuel prices and national efforts to use 20 percent less gasoline over the next 10 years are definite indicates that the time for environmentally-friendly, fuel efficient products like the Self Powered Generator is now".
Gas powered generators currently permeate the entire marketplace in the construction industry as well as the market for residential home owners. Backup generators are also starting to show up as a new-home amenity. Although the market statistics for this gas powered versions are presently what dominates the market, changes in the trend of certain sales have often prove to turn on a dime and the eventual change to solar power and electric power is an inevitable change that will certainly revolutionize the market once it happens. Solar Power and Electric Power are the wave of the future and the idea to incorporate a generator with these forms of energy is a great idea that will inevitably win extensive success in the marketplace.
Many of us assume that the nation's first serious push to develop renewable fuels was spawned while angry Americans waited in gas lines during the "energy crisis" of the 1970s. Held hostage by the OPEC oil embargo, the country suddenly seemed receptive to warnings from scientists, environmentalists, and even a few politicians to end its over-reliance on finite coal and oil reserves or face severe economic distress and political upheaval. But efforts to design and construct devices for supplying renewable energy actually began some 100 years before that turbulent time--ironically, at the very height of the Industrial Revolution, which was largely founded on the promise of seemingly inexhaustible supplies of fossil fuels. Contrary to the prevailing opinion of the day, a number of engineers questioned the practice of an industrial economy based on nonrenewable energy and worried about what the world's nations would do after exhausting the fuel supply.
Solar technology already boasts a century of R&D, requires no toxic fuel and relatively little maintenance, is inexhaustible, and, with adequate financial support, is capable of becoming directly competitive with conventional technologies in many locations. These attributes make solar energy one of the most promising sources for many current and future energy needs. As Frank Shuman declared more than 80 years ago, it is "the most rational source of power." Due to the historical advancements of these alternative energy solutions, a product like the Self-Powered Generator is sure to enjoy extensive success in the marketplace in the near future. Soon, electrical contractors in the generator business may have more work than they can handle.
In order that the needs of contractors and home owners all over the world can be better served, marketing professionals are now reaching out to those who typically allocate funds for these equipment purchases. With these new considerations in mind, it is likely that the "Self Powered Generator" will soon become a more popular tool in successful markets all around the world. For further information on this great new invention, contact Jake Way at info @ inventionsupport.com. And ask about the great new invention known as the "Self Powered Generator".