Genius Minds, Timely Technology
Electric cars and vehicles have low emissions and can become integral parts of a smart grid, where they do not just consume power, but also provide mobile storage of energy acquired during periods of high electricity generation from renewable sources. Niyato Industries Inc. has pulled together some of the top minds in the automotive industry, and is ready to do what it can to help our economy and planet. Not only will we be putting hundreds of people back to work, we will be helping President Bush, who originally put this new renewable industry into place, and now President Obama charged with the task of creating a new industrial sector. Niyato will play a major role saving the planet.
Keep it Simple and Efficient
Niyato’s business model is very simple: convert an already existing, time tested, new gasoline automobile to an all-electric vehicle for a more sustainable economic model. Niyato will be selling all-electric vehicles to the US government to help fulfill its quota of fleet conversions to alternative fuels by 2015. Niyato will also be converting cars for rental and fleet operators, and to the consumers interested in reducing their carbon footprint and saving money, initially converting a minimum of 2,700 cars per year with a goal anticipated to quickly move to 8,000 units with sales to federal, state, and local government agencies within the first year’s production. Niyato is poised to be America’s largest EV conversion manufacturing company.
Common Sense Saves
By converting vehicles instead of fabricating them, Niyato will help the consumer save up to $50,000 in costs. There are already great automobile manufacturing companies that have spent billions to create stable platforms for new cars; however, Niyato will save money by being the first electric-car manufacturers to offer conversions of already existing, already popular models under the Clean Air Act.
Where Others Fail, Niyato Thrives
In contrast to Niyato’s streamlined and efficient business model, current competitors have not only often imported a majority of their basic model’s infrastructure from other countries while taking government dollars to do this from the “Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing” loan program intended to create American jobs, but not even created one design that is useful in both budget and design for the daily commuter. With an average of $100,000 for each car, the cost benefit ratio can never come to balance the money lost from the government’s investment, and leaves this common sense technology completely out of the range of possibility for the Middle American salary.
Rescuing the DOE’s Program
In order for a movement of consumer dollars to transform an industry, they must be able to afford the new technology for it to become a viable option. This $25 Billion package intended to ‘retool’ our infrastructure for this transformation has quite literally been misdirected by some companies that have taken advantage of the DOE’s money, and without precedent. Niyato Industries Inc. wants to ensure that if it accepts funding from the DOE, that the efficient and transparent investment will only offer tremendous benefit for the taxpayer’s investment both in jobs for American citizens, as well as tax dollars that go back to American infrastructure.
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Written By Bryan Hudson
Category: Green Energy for Businesses