Do you want to be involved at the leading edge of combustion technology? Do you want a secure future by working in the field of renewable energy. Sustainability isn’t a byline for me, it is real and I am living it. It is the only type of business that can be assured of a future.
But it isn’t just energy, it is clean energy. Up until the IntensiFire wood was a dirty fuel, dirtier than coal, oil, and natural gas. Governments around the world have been closing the door wood because of the particulate emissions (PM), the IntensiFire just opened the door again.
The future of the IntensiFire is to find its way into all energy sectors, from domestic space heating with woodstoves right the way through to utility scale electricity generation.
There are millions of wood stoves around the world that need an IntensiFire upgrade because they are inefficient and polluting. This was the start point for the IntensiFire and I can’t get them all on my own, so the IntensiFire needs help to reach these people. With no other retrofit technology available you could become a part of something special, a geniune ground floor opportunity in the renewables and energy sectors.
The numbers that I know:
- New Zealand – 500,000 woodburners
- Australia – 1.5 million
- USA – 7-10 million woodstoves
I am looking for expressions of interest in licensing this technology.
A lot of people are looking for someone to install their IntensiFire so opportunities exist to undertake this fulfilling work. Initially this if for New Zealand but I will consider requests from other countries. Would also help if you had some sales ability
If you are prepared to work commission only selling then there is a job for you. Perhaps when resources permit it may be become a sales rep type role. Again this is New Zealand based in the short term.
Commercial or Industrial
There are other exciting applications of this technology development that have commercial or industrial use that may suit someone looking for a larger opportunity to get their teeth into. The top end will be electricity generation but there are many applications in between, such as cheap heat for a brewery, or clean emissions such as waste management.