ENERGY MARKETS, GROWTH & PROJECTIONS
The DOE’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) and the U.S. Energy Information Administration (eia), consistent with many other global energy laboratories, are projecting a greater than 50% growth in global energy consumption between 2000 and 2040 with the majority of growth in air-combustible fuels and in developing nations.
The vast majority of developing nations have an abundance of sustainable biomass but few have local fuel resources other than coal.
In Addition to the Wind and PV Solar Energy Gap Markets,
Peregrine’s Breakthrough Technologies are Applicable to the Established $65Bn Global Gas Turbine Market Segments
(Modular product architecture applicable across Civilian and Military Applications)
$26 Bn POWER GEN.
- Distributed Renewable
- Distributed Conventional
- Distributed Military-Specific
- Centralized Conventional
$24 Bn AEROSPACE
$9 Bn MILITARY
- Base Energy Surety
- Portable Power
- Space Force
$4 Bn MARINE
- War Ships
- Leisure Watercraft
- Ferries & Cruise Ships
$1 Bn AGRICULTURE
- Crop Management Systems
- Large industrial Equipment
- Small Industrial Equipment
$1 Bn OIL & GAS
Market Vertical Commercialization Plan
A Platform of Technology: To fully exploit both the technology capabilities and the diverse market opportunities, Peregrine has established a structure of both market vertical subsidiary groupings and technology advancement and support functions.
PTT plans to commercialize its sCO2 turbine and HX technology by forming wholly owned market vertical subsidiaries that will hold “exclusive” licenses for commercialization in the specific field of use, and which will sell product to established market players and end users.
It is anticipated that in many instances established, multi-national market players will acquire majority ownership, operational control, and management of particular market segment subsidiaries.
Accordingly, the Company has established a “market sector” focused business model and commensurate corporate support structures.