AuroraTek uniquely addresses the following critical issues for the multibillion US dollar annual global commercial / industrial, community / utility, campus/ institutional, military and remote microgrid market:

1. The microgrid market is currently moving into full-scale commercial-ization with the launch of dozens of successful pilot programs globally, decreasing costs of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels, and a relaxing prohibitions against distributed generation operation during times of grid stress.

2. This includes the capacity of the microgrid with grid tie-in to island itself off from the larger public utility grid during grid outages/blackouts.

3. For a variety of reasons, North America (and especially the United States) still represents the best overall market for all microgrid segments in terms of aggregate capacity.  Key factors include pockets of poor power quality scattered around the U.S.

4. Many of these microgrids are designed to reduce diesel fuel consumption by integration of PV panels, a technology that is the primary driver for remote microgrids over the next six (6) years.
AuroraTek's focus is completing the lifecycle design of a battery-powered DC Energy Management System called SmartPAKTM and adapt it to run on an Electric Scooter. The system consists of two integrated and scalable components: 1) the Energy Management System (EMS) called SmartPAKTM, and 2) a special transformer configuration called a Complex Transformer. The Complex Transformer, operated by the SmartPAKTM system, acts on the input electric current causing the same input current to phase shift or "curl" into the Dirac Sea. This action causes the electrons flowing through the circuit as an electric current to change their mass from positive to negative, and increase their speed through the circuit. This effect is referred to as Quantum Tunneling as shown in the left diagram (Classical Physics vs. Quantum Physics). Since the input power appears to vanish while driving a full output load, theoretical efficiencies approaching (infinite)% are realizable with this technology. The SmartPAKTM with the Complex Transformer forms a complete Self-Charging unit.
AuroraTek’s target customers are large distributed microgrid networks owned and operated by such top-tier clients as governments, military, intelligence agencies, multinational private utilities, cell tower owners/operators, universities and commercial/ industrial and community housing real estate companies.

The global wholesale level market for battery control technology was nearly $86 billion in 2011 and should grow to more than $124 billion (constant 2012 dollars) by 2016 under a consensus scenario, a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 7%.  Battery chargers currently represent the largest of the three (3) battery control technology market sectors, with 2011 sales of about $48 billion.  BCC expects this market to reach $69.6 billion by 2016, a CAGR of 7.6%. They are followed by smart batteries (including both nickel metal hydride and lithium-ion), especially those used in portable products and on-road electric vehicles.  Smart batteries represented a $32 billion market in 2011, expected to grow to more than $49 billion by 2016, a CAGR of 8.5%.  Lastly, battery conditioner shipments have grown over the last 5 years.  Between 2011 and 2016, global sales are predicted to grow from $5.2 to $5.8 billion, a CAGR of 2.2%.

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