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Where are the customers?
Posted on Sunday, October 28, 2001 @ 20:26:00 GMT by vlad

Customers According to a market survey conducted in the third quarter of 2000 by RKS Research & Consulting, North Salem, N.Y., on 831 energy-intensive companies in U.S. (in eight business sectors), one third of them expressed interest in generating their own electricity. Half of the business leaders surveyed said that self generation is the best strategy to meet their firm's growing electricity needs.
A residential survey was conducted at the same time on households with annual income in excess of $50,000 and the results show 31% of consumers expressed interest in generating their own power.

David Reichman, president of RKS said: "I think what we're seeing is the beginning of something that's going to absolutely change the way the electric power industry works, the way electricity is distributed in this country. And I think that it's going to have a profound affect on every aspect of this industry and probably every industry."

And keep in mind: these people were talking about "classical" Distributed Generation (DG) applications such as advanced reciprocating engines, microturbines, fuel cells, etc. How would
the statistics look when the news that a ZPE device custom manufactured for the daring client is available for sale with 205say a one year money back guarantee?

Nevertheless, there has not been a single posting (or attempt to post) in the Customers section of this site since inception! Where are the customers? Is this topic still so 205unbelievable?



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Re: Where are the customers? (Score: 1)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, November 28, 2001 @ 04:04:00 GMT
Anthony Milas (anthonym@internet.co.nz) writes: Well, I for one, have been researching this stuff for several months - and today is the first time I've ever seen your website, yet it seems a very comprehensive resource such that I deserve to have come across it much sooner.
So maybe if an ardent researcher can't even find this site, then this means the problem you describe is more to do with zpenergy.com needing to get a bit more in the public eye?
You have a link to the Disclosure Project, how about asking them to link to this site? They certainly get enough visitors! :-)
In summary, if 31% of consumers are interested in this technology - and none of them are posting on your site - I'd say its much more likely they don't know this site exists than it is they have any issues beleiving in a technology they have already stated their interest in.
PS - As this message would now constitute the first post from a consumer in the consumer area, do I win a prize? <:-D

Re: Where are the customers? (Score: 1)
by Anonymous on Wednesday, November 28, 2001 @ 20:58:00 GMT
vlad (vlad@zpenergy.com) writes: Thank you Anthony for your kind words...I'm afraid you are correct assuming we need more exposure but on the other hand, we don't have that ZPE device yet...and people get easily disappointed.
That moment is not far away and, believe me, you will hear about ZPEnergy then! I wish I can give you a price now for breaking the ice in this section but, when you'll read the good news here, get back to me and you won't regret!


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