Vision

We envision a world where renewable decentralized and affordable power is available to communities around the world. Through our technology innovations and leadership, we intend to launch a series of innovative solutions that will address one of the foremost challenges of our century; renewable, affordable and portable energy. We envision our Plasma Technology as a unique solution in safely transforming waste into clean usable energy.

Why we do it?

We envision a world where all people – even in the most remote areas of the globe – having access to clean affordable energy.

We envision a world where people hold the power to create better lives for themselves, their families and their communities.

Social Responsibility

People, Planet, (and only then) Profit, (also known as the triple bottom line) are words that are used and practiced in every move we make.

People are our most valuable (life) force and we intend to be just and equitable in all our business practices towards our labor, community and the region where we conduct our business.

Planet refers to sustainable environmental business practices and we plan to build our commercial facilities following LEED’s (Leadership in Energy, & Environmental Designs) standards.

Profit is the economic value created by us after deducting the cost of all inputs, including the cost of the capital tied up. We strive to make profits by ethical business practices, while being sensitive about the impact to our stakeholders.

Global Coherence

The term coherence has several related definitions, all of which are applicable to the study of human interaction and function. The most common definition of coherence is “the quality of being logically integrated, consistent and intelligible,” as in a coherent statement. A related meaning is “a logical, orderly and aesthetically consistent relationship of parts.”

Coherence in ordinary language also means correlation, a sticking together/connectedness, consistency in a system. So we refer to people’s speech or thought as coherent if the parts fit together well, and incoherent if they are uttering meaningless nonsense or presenting ideas that don’t make sense as a whole. Thus, coherence in this context refers to wholeness and global order, where the whole is greater than the sum of its individual parts. In the example of organizing words in a coherent sentence, the meaning and purpose conveyed by the arrangement of the words is greater than the individual meaning of each word.

In coherent systems such as human beings, there are many subsystems and signals that do not operate at the same frequency, yet they have to be synchronized. If this were not the case, it would be a free-for-all among the body’s independent systems, rather than a coordinated federation of interdependent systems and functions. For example, the brainwaves operate over a wide range of frequencies that are much higher than the frequency of the heart’s rhythm. Yet, most of the brainwave frequencies exhibit various degrees of synchronized activity, not only with each other, but with the heart as well. For example, when the lower-frequency heart rhythm is increasing in amplitude, there are also increases in the signals at other frequencies such as the brainwaves. When the heart rhythm is coherent, as described below, there is an increase in the degree to which the brainwaves are synchronized to the heart. Psychophysiological coherence is associated with a high degree of efficiency and harmony at the global level, which appears to facilitate the body’s natural regenerative processes. Using positive emotions to drive the coherent mode allows it to emerge naturally and results in changes in the patterns of afferent information flowing from the heart to various brain centers, which in turn increases the synchronization and harmony among the cognitive, emotional and physiological systems, resulting in efficient and harmonious functioning of the whole.