Analytical Report Points to Fundamental Strengths of SEFE, Inc. (SEFE)

Earlier this year, Grass Roots Research issued a strongly positive report on SEFE, a development stage company based in Colorado that has been developing proprietary technology to convert naturally occurring static electricity in the atmosphere into significant amounts of useable electricity. The energy extracted is pure electricity, requiring no energy-wasting conversion from a mechanical or solar input. It is simple, without expensive arrays of solar cells or massive wind farms. The report emphasized that SEFE’s core competency rested in its ability to leverage its patented energy capturing technology, giving it a strong market position and commensurately premium market valuation.

The principal points made by the report in support of SEFE include:
 
• SEFE has already been issued four patents by the USPTO, and has 18 other pending/provisional patent applications in process, all related to the energy extraction technology.
 • SEFE possesses the technical competencies to develop a process for extracting the electricity at a low cost in comparison to conventional or alternative energy sources.
 • There remains a continued long-term upward pressure on energy prices, encouraged in part by the growth in demand of developing countries such as India and China.
 
The report indicates that the key advantages to extraction and harnessing of atmospheric static electricity are 1) low cost technology to harness the energy; 2) high availability as an energy source, meaning electric extraction can take place night and day; 3) highly scalable process can be replicated across the globe; and 4) relatively fast deployment. More specifically, the report indicates that SEFE is expected to “efficiently manage operations and achieve significantly higher operating margins and net profit margins,” predicting revenues of $1.6 million for 2013, and more than $100 million by 2017.

For more information on SEFE, Inc., visit www.SEFElectric.com

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