SEFE finds itself in what is certainly one of the most unique positions a company could hope for. They almost completely dominate a technology, not just as the leader in a group of companies, but as essentially the only company, with a comprehensive and growing portfolio of patents to keep it that way. Moreover, the technology that they dominate represents a revolutionary offering in an industry that has been one of the fastest growing in the world, renewable energy. Wind and solar power have, for example, grown ten-fold in the past several years. For example, after solar's slow start in the U.S., the biggest solar power plant in the world is now under final construction in Arizona, with an even bigger one due in California.
But the chilling competition found in solar and wind power is something that SEFE is able to largely avoid. SEFE is rapidly developing the field of what is called atmospheric energy, the ability to pull clean, ready-to-use electricity directly from the earth's atmosphere. It's an energy source and technology that is unique and with multiple advantages over other renewable energy approaches. It works in any weather condition, at any time of the day or night, and in any location. Its footprint is small, with no need for acres of solar collectors or massive wind farms. And, perhaps most importantly, its final net cost of energy production is expected to beat not only solar, but wind power.
Importantly, SEFE has been aggressive not only in its development of the technology, but also in its protection of it. The company already has a wide range of patents either granted or in process, with the number continuously growing. The advantage is that it's such a new field, almost everything they do is patentable.
What this means for an investor, of course, is the potential for very rapid growth, as the company profits from the licensing and/or use of its intellectual property.
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