QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
1). Question: Is the DynoRotor HydroSpheric (HG) Generator or Wave Energy Donut patented.
Answer: HG is patented in the US, Canada and PCT applications are pending for the rest of the world.
2). Question: When will DynoRotor start shipping products?
Answer: DynoRotor and our Manufacture / Distribution Partners are expected to start shipping products in 2023/24
3). Question: What will be the List Price on the DynoRotor Products?
Answer: DynoRotor will have two or more products.
4). Question: Is there any chance of getting DynoRotor product earlier then 2023?
Answer: YES. In 2022 DynoRotor products may be made available to select group of Governments and strategic partners who have agreed to assist DynoRotor with our long term testing plans..
5). Question Where can I purchase DynoRotor's once you start shipping?
Answer: In the beginning, DynoRotor will sell direct. However, DynoRotor is presently setting up the distribution and reseller network. Please put your name on our mailing list and we will send out information when it becomes available. Register here for more information.
6). Question: How do I become a dealer, reseller or distributor?
Answer: Please fill out the information form on this site. We have not signed any dealers or distributors yet. We are collecting names and plan on contacting potential partners NOW.
7). Question: I have some very large opportunities for your products in my country, can I get exclusive rights to sell DynoRotor in my country?
Answer: Please fill out the information form on this site, and we will respond to you. At the moment we are not giving out any exclusivity for any country or region. We plan on signing Strategic Partners who want to invest in DynoRotor for exclusive territorial rights.
8). Question: Where will DynoRotor be manufactured?
Answer: DynoRotor's initial manufacturing may be in Canada and the UK. (our prime manufacturer FLEX has been selected). DynoRotor intends to negotiate exclusive strategic partnerships with one or more transnational companies for the larger quantity sales, and support of DynoRotor’s worldwide. DynoRotor will continue to develop and license our products.
9). Question: How do I invest in DynoRotor are you a Public Company, are you on what Stock Exchange?
Answer: DynoRotor is not a publicly traded company and we are not listed on any stock exchanges. We are starting a round of financing NOW to accredited investors. If you are interested in investing please let us know here:
10). Question: What are DynoRotor Target Markets?
Answer: Our initial target markets for DynoRotor are the following:
a). The 800 million people today that do not have electricity and will never be connected to the grid
b). The 800 million people that have electricity but it is very expensive (i.e. running off of a diesel generator for a few hours a day at around costs of $0.80 to $1.00/kW-hour).
c). Power Marker Buoys
d) Oil and Gas Platforms
11). Question: What is the market size in USD that DynoRotor is addressing?
Answer: DynoRotor is addressing a combined market size of $128 billion in 2019 growing to $200 billion by 2024
Generator market size $29 billion by 2024, a CAGR of 5.60% (800m living with expensive power) according to Market and Markets
12). Question: Where does DynoRotor plan on doing its long term testing?
Answer: DynoRotor plans on doing long term (3-5 years) testing at various Partner locations throughout the world, such as in Canada, UK, Micronesia, Indonesia, Philippines, Caribbean, and many other island nations.
DynoRotor will also test with strategic partners (and places) around the world.
13). Question: How long is the DynoRotor been designed to last for?
Answer: DynoRotor is designing our products to last as long as possible. The mean time between failure for all the parts in the system is a being designed to 15 to 20 years (this is not to say that the product will not fail for 20 years). DynoRotor intends to offer a one year limited warranty on all our products. DynoRotor also suggests that the consumer purchases a service contract or extended warranty.
14). Question: What are the Features and Benefits of the DynoRotor?
Answer: DynoRotor operates (generates electricity) from the motion of the waves. DynoRotor’s consume no fuel, generate no emissions during operation, have low ecological impact, and can be used to replace technologies that generate CO2 and other greenhouse gases and pollutants. The DynoRotor or cluster are meant to be deployed as standalone units.
The DynoRotor is simple to operate, making DynoRotor a leading-edge technology for regions with little infrastructure or technological skill. They are also easy to maintain. DynoRotor's vast early market arena includes coastal communities, remote ocean islands in developing countries. Typically, in such cases, electricity is unavailable due to the cost of supplying fuel to remote areas or is very expensive. Most of the world outside North America if they are on diesel power are paying $0.75+ per kWh or more for electricity.
15). Question: Will DynoRotor harm fish and marine life?
Answer: The answer is NO.
16). Question: What are the advantages of a 500 watt wave donut over the competition?
DynoRotor: SMALL SCALE FOCUS ONLY (under 10kW)
• Address’s a larger untapped market
• No Grid or Micro-Grid Only
• No Permits required
• Low capital costs
• Simple and easy installation
• Installation in hours
• Non corrosive encasement
• Minimal moving parts
• Low maintenance costs
• Ability to thrive in harsh conditions
• Can be located at almost any coastal village world wide
(fishing villages on remote islands in developing world)
• Light weight so one person can carry it
• No Environmental Impact
• Does not interfere with marine life
• Zero noise pollution
17). Question: What are the characteristics of a typical competitor of the HG wave energy donut?
Competition: LARGE SCALE FOCUS ONLY (100kW to Megawatts)
• Limited Market
• Existing Grid Connected Only
• Extensive Permitting Approvals (Years)
• Very high capital costs
• Difficult/expensive installation
• Installation in years
• Corrosion from exposure to the environment
• Multiple moving parts increasing risk of damage/failure
• High maintenance costs
• Inability to withstand harsh conditions
• Very site specific
• Heavy Equipment required
• Environmental impact
• Hydraulic fluid leaks
• Damage to seabed
• Interfere with marine life
• Noise pollution
18). Question: Does DynoRotor compete with Wind and Solar?
Answer: The answer is NO, DynoRotor does not compete against Wind and Solar technologies. Because Wind and Solar typically do not operate 24 hours a day x 7 days a week, we feel that DynoRotor may be a better solution in some areas around the world. We feel DynoRotor complements Wind and Solar and should be part of the overall solution when and where possible. An ideal solution will incorporate Solar, Wind, and battery backup solution.
19). Question: What is DynoRotor's rated power outputs and frequency?
Answer: Everything depends on the on-shore inverter that is selected with the DynoRotor. DynoRotor will offer inverters for 120 to 240 VAC (50 or 60Hz) and/or DC inverters that can handle 12, 24, 48 Volt DC configurations. DynoRotor’s initial product offering will be 500 watts. 120-240 VAC 50 or 60Hz. DynoRotor’s may be combined with Battery Backup Power, Solar and Wind Power products.
20). Question: What will a DynoRotor's HG Wave Energy Donut power?
Answer: The 500 watt DynoRotor can easily power one or two houses in the developing world. The DynoRotor cluster array (of 3 x 4) or 6,000 watts can power several houses in a developing world village. A DynoRotor can be used to refrigerate the catch of the day or medicines. Of course it can also power lights, fans, cell communications and phones and most computer related equipment.
21). Question: How does DynoRotor compete against Gasoline or Diesel Generators?
Answer: The 500 watt DynoRotor will generate power at a cost under 15 cents per kWh (depending on location). A gasoline generator will cost around 80 cents per kWh to run.
22). Question: How much will a 500 watt DynoRotor Wave Energy Donut produce in a year?
Answer: The 500 watt DynoRotor will produce are 3,723 kWh per year.
23). Question: What is the Worldwide average power Consumption?
Answer: It is important to note that the average power consumption in the world is around 382 watts of power or 3,353 kW-hours per year per household. (according to the World Energy Council)
The 500 watt DynoRotor produces around 3,723kWh per year (over the world average of 3,353 kW-hours per year of use. The 1,000 watt DynoRotor produces around 7,446 kWh per year, higher then most country requirements except the Middle-East and North America) which are energy hogs because of cooling and heating