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Alex Koyfman’s “E-Axle” Company – Will “Make Tesla’s Entire Product Line Obsolete”?

December 16, 2022 by Theodor

Alex Koyfman admits that Tesla is the world’s largest and most successful car manufacturer.

However, all of its vehicles have one fatal flaw, which is not confined to Tesla. It extends to nearly every electronic product in the world and there’s one “E-Axle” company aiming to fix it.

 

The Teaser

This flaw is the electric motor, as they have an inherent weakness built into them that has never been addressed in the 200-some years since their invention by British scientist Michael Faraday.

Source: angelpub.com

Like many of us, Alex Koyfman is a self-taught investor. We have revealed several of his past picks here at Green Bull, including his Graphene Company and Bioplastics selection for 6,896% growth.

The problem breaks down like this:

Nearly half of all the energy produced globally is consumed by electric motors. This equates to $3 trillion of electricity…quite the utility bill.

It’s because electric motors are everywhere and they make everything work. Despite this, no one has made any real changes to the way motors work since the 1800s. The electric motor is still copper wire wrapped around a spool and magnets. This includes the motors found inside every Tesla vehicle.

Modern Solution to A Modern Problem

Alex thinks electric generators are now at peak efficiency in terms of both speed and capacity. So what is the solution? Power generation.

These are electric motors working in reverse, so instead of putting electricity in to make the shaft spin, the shaft is spun and power comes out. 99% of all electricity comes from this mechanism. In total, humanity produces and consumes about 23,000 terawatt-hours of electricity annually, so the magnitude of this is huge, to say the least.

In a world where power is becoming more expensive by the day and increasingly regulated by the government, doing the same old things just isn’t good enough anymore.

Thankfully, with the advent of artificial intelligence, previously untapped production capacity can finally be liberated. One Canadian-based startup is leading the charge on this.

 

The Pitch

The name, ticker symbol, and exactly how this company is modernizing the electric motor are revealed in a special report called: “Electrified Profits: From Startup to Trillion-Dollar Industry Giant.”

The only way to access it is with a subscription to the Microcap Insider newsletter. One year costs $3,999 and comes with a “100% satisfaction guarantee”, weekly issues, specific entry, exit, and target prices on regular stock picks, and a whole lot more.

 

The Most Important  Technical Achievement Since the Civil War?

One of the biggest issues with traditional generators is that by design, each unit operates at peak efficiency at a preset and constant rotational speed.

Source: angelpub.com

Go faster or slower, apply more or less torque, and the end result is lost production potential.

Think about it like a bicycle. To get maximum usability, modern bikes have multiple gears to maximize their efficiency whether you’re going up or down hills. Electric motors have never had such a mechanism built into them, it was always just a single spool of wire that generated a voltage of power.

What Alex’s pick has done, which no other company has been able to do before it, is build a gear directly into the spool itself. Only it is not mechanical and it was accomplished by highly sophisticated algorithms that optimize power efficiency at all speeds. The system is called Dynamic Power Management (DPM).

This is what is creating a new generation of electric motors and power generators. It’s the same kind of advantage that a ten-speed bicycle today has over a primitive centuries-old bike or a child’s tricycle.

Alex firmly believes this innovation will make every current electric motor and generator obsolete within the next 5-10 years.

Although this sounds far-fetched, it would at the very least make every wind turbine, hydroelectric dam, and nuclear plant retrofitted with DPM much more efficient.

The Benefits of DPM Technology

Beyond making applications more efficient and capable of generating more power, DPM is also reducing their size, cost, and weight.

In addition, it will also prevent catastrophic power failures by being able to identify faults, like the kind that have prevented more widespread adoption of electric vehicles. DPM promises to wipe out or cut these barriers down.

Almost all devices today are powered by electric motors or powered by electricity, which comes from electric generators. So the impact could be life-changing and save hundreds of billions of dollars over the coming decades.

This transition is already taking place and one tiny company is ahead of all others.

 

Revealing the E-Axle Company

Between the hype and projections, there were a few clues dropped:

  • This innovator has a total market capitalization of less than $20 million.
  • The company recently signed a partnership agreement with a major North American electric motor and generator producer.
  • This Canadian tech firm holds the patent to DPM technology and is already working with corporate partners to get its innovations integrated into as many products as possible.

A Google search of “DPM technology Canada” brought back the answer: Exro Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: EXROF). The clues are a hand-in-glove match:

  • Exro’s current market cap is around $200 million, but looking back to 2018/2019 when Alex’s recently updated presentation was initially released, it was hovering at about $20 million.
  • The company did sign a multi-year agreement with Vicinity Motor Corp. this past spring to enhance electric bus powertrains.
  • Vancouver, BC-based Exro solved a patent dispute related to its technology that found its proprietary tech does not infringe upon any of ePropelled’s previous patents.

 

The Key to Clean Energy Transition?

Exro’s mission is to bring advanced technology solutions that optimize electrification to market.

It is currently piloting its tech with several partners and aims to launch full-scale production next year. Thus, we are talking about very early-stage, pre-commercialization at this point.

No revenue, earnings, or cash flow to speak of. This always makes the task of valuation much more difficult. Basically, all we are relying on is the value of Exro’s intellectual property (IP) – an intangible asset.

Exro’s tech appears to enhance the value of other assets with which it is associated, but it does not yet generate economic benefits for the company. Is it worth about $200 million today? I would say no, but this is the premium it gets for having such a high upside…if it works.

The company’s value proposition is there, just expect to wait a long time to get rewarded if you buy in today.

 

Quick Recap & Conclusion

  • Alex Koyfman reveals that every electronic product has a fatal flaw built into it and one “E-Axle” company is aiming to fix it.
  • What he is talking about is adding gearing to electric devices in order to make them faster, cleaner, and more efficient.
  • A small, Canadian company does this and its name and ticker symbol is revealed to subscribers of Alex’s Microcap Insider newsletter. The cost is a not-so-small $3,999 for one year.
  • Fortunately, you can keep your hard-earned cash for the holidays as we revealed the company here for free as Exro Technologies Inc. (OTCQB: EXROF).
  • The only thing of value that Exro owns is its IP. This makes the company a riskier bet than most, but also one with tremendous upside.

Is Exro’s DPM technology the key to clean energy adoption? Tell us why or why not in the comment section below.

Theodor


Theodor is an old school value guy, when he's not looking for great companies and great prices you can find him on the basketball court hooping.

  • And the answer is yes! Exro has partnered with Linamar, Sea Electric, Zero Motorcycles, Vicinity Motor, Potencia and Traktionssystems Austria. The company has completed its production facility in Calgary and I look forward to Q3/2023.

  • EXRO has the goods, pure and simple.
    From their first foray into e-bikes tested in Sam Francisco a few years ago, where bikes with their ‘coil driver’ technology were 50% more efficient on the flat and 80% more efficient ON THE HILLS was first announced, those who had worked with fixed speed motors realized that the company had something that required pursuing at a larger scale.
    Their track record from that point speaks for itself. They will be earning income from sales by the third quarter (at least) in 2023. E-boats and bikes will only be the start.
    A test of the coil driver on a semi truck showed, as the motor size and the load are increased, the percentage improvement increases as well. The semi at load was 75% more efficient with the coil driver than without.
    Imagine a fleet of 1000 electric semis and the owner could cut their energy costs by three quarters? If you were part of EXRO’s management team, would you go for one time sales or a percentage of energy savings, once savings are proven?
    What is keeping one of the EV producers from making a takeover bid?
    I am of the firm belief that my 20,000 shares will keep me quite well into my golden years. In first at 30 cents, out at $5, back in at lower prices as share prices dropped. Half in my RRSP, less expensive shares in my TFSA. The price over the last six weeks versus the trading volume speaks well of the value current shareholders place on the stock.
    Back up the truck.

  • Personally, I don’t have the time to see if your picks are right or wrong. Most of these ‘futuristic’ bombshells have windows of 5-10 years and I might not make it that long.

  • Hi there, Anders,
    Well you have certainly & most probably saved a lot of readers of your findings quite a bit of cash, to the wit of $3999. I suppose it’s one of those companies with a “Wait & See” option on how it performs.
    Great work on your research, findings & disclosures. Thanks a “Mill”.

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