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Alex Koyfman’s Solar Tower Vertical Energy Company – Make A 76,288% Gain?

Alex Koyfman’s Solar Tower Vertical Energy Company

August 16, 2023 by Theodor

Solar farms are extremely wasteful.

They take up huge swaths of land and 66% of the energy they generate never reaches the public. According to Alex Koyfman, one “Solar Tower Vertical Energy Company” could change this and make renewable energy work.


The Teaser

Solar installations around the world have surged 900% since 2012 and now generate 1 terawatt worth of electricity, but there's a big problem.

Source: angelpub.com

Alex Koyfman started investing in under-bought tech, biotech, and resource stocks in his early 20s, and today he shares the same opportunities with readers of a pair of newsletters he founded. We have reviewed one of these newsletters here – Is Alex Koyfman's Microcap Insider A Scam? And also covered some of his previous stock picks, like the “E-Axle” Company.

The BIG problem is that the modern power grid is extremely inefficient at transmitting power over long distances.

This is where the 66% of power generated on solar farms is lost by the time the electricity reaches your home statistic comes in. So despite the enormous amount of power being generated, solar companies are still struggling to provide the clean energy that's been hyped up to everyone.

Feast your eyes on this…

What you see here isn't a snazzy new condominium, it's called a solar tower.

Alex believes they will soon become the standard deployment method for solar energy and make the current model of installing solar farms obsolete.

He has some proof to back up his claim.

These towers have already begun popping up across the United States and due to their unique, patented vertical design, they can generate all the power of a modern solar farm while using just a TENTH of the land.

Solar Power for All?

This means they can be easily placed within city limits, instead of needing to be built in rural areas hundreds of miles away like conventional solar farms.

It also eliminates the single biggest problem solar energy is facing today, which is the massive amount of power that’s lost in the transmission process.

I'm no fan of renewable energy by any stretch, due to the huge amount of raw materials that need to be mined. But, if you're going to do it, this seems like the most efficient to me.

Alex agrees and thinks one company’s towers can finally bring solar power to everyone on the planet, no matter where you live or how much money you make.


The Pitch

All the information we need to move on this opportunity can be found in a recently published investment report called “Vertical Energy: The Startup That Shook a Trillion-Dollar Sector.”

Source: angelpub.com

The only way to get the report is with a risk-free, 90-day trial subscription to the Microcap Insider newsletter. It costs $1,999 to get started and includes weekly recommendations, market updates, two bonus reports, and some unspecified “VIP member services.”


Solar's Fatal Flaws

There are two problems holding back solar from being viable on a mass scale.

Prohibitively Expensive Farmland

A conventional solar farm requires six acres of land full of solar panels on average.

Moreover, these farms can’t be built on just any patch of land, either. They typically need to be installed in a flat, dry, sunny area aka agricultural land.

Its been estimated that powering the entire globe using solar farms would require an astonishing 74 million acres of land.

This could be a big reason for the push behind synthetic food, as taking out millions of farmable acres in the face of a growing global population is going to create a food supply/demand imbalance of epic proportions.

Farmland has been getting more and more expensive each year in line with this premise.

The company Alex is touting here has tech that can produce the same amount of power as a conventional solar farm, using 90% less space.

Because their solar towers only need a fraction of the land that a solar farm does, it unlocks hundreds of billions of dollars worth of increasingly valuable land worldwide for crop production, raising livestock, and more. A win-win for everyone.

Massive Energy Lost in Transit

This is the single biggest problem that the solar industry is facing.

See, in order to get power from a solar farm to your home, it must travel through an extensive network of power lines, substations, and transformers.

At every single stage of this process, power is lost.

Such wasted power costs U.S. taxpayers over $6 billion every year in higher energy bills.

The simple reality is that it is vastly more efficient to generate electricity close to where it will be used, versus transporting it over long distances. Thus, solar companies are struggling to provide the clean energy that's been promised.

Enter Alex's “vertical energy company” and its solar tower that can be built anywhere, even in your backyard, making solar power possible on a global scale.


Revealing Alex Koyfman’s Solar Tower Vertical Energy Company

The clues aren't abundant, but they are significant. It's the quality, not the quantity in this case.

  • The recently IPO'ed company is already rolling out its revolutionary solar towers and commercial partnerships with giants such as Walmart, Facebook, Apple, or Tesla could be around the corner.
  • This company has also already signed deals to build its solar towers in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Africa.
  • It is still trading for less than $1 on a popular exchange.

Without further ado, Alex's pick for the biggest solar play of the last 20 years is Three Sixty Solar Ltd. (OTC: VSOLF). Here is why I am so sure:

  • Three Sixty Solar calls itself “the first company to design a commercial solar tower”, only listed publicly last August, and just signed an LOI for its first solar tower sale.
  • Going through its news archive, it seems the alternative energy company has signed distribution deals with partners in several countries.
  • Shares currently trade for just under $0.40 on the NEO and OTC exchanges. 


Gains of 76,288% on the Table?

This figure is one of the highest I have seen teased by a promoter.

How does Alex justify it?

He says Three Sixty's solar tower has a host of other applications that extend beyond the $1 trillion renewable energy industry, like the $500 billion battery storage industry, $400 broadband internet market, and $100 billion EV charging station space, to name a few.

If Three Sixty manages to capture even 0.05% of this combined market, that would amount to a $1 billion dollar revenue stream, and voila, shares could soar “76,288% in the blink of an eye”.

A mighty big leap for a $17 million dollar business just making its first sale.

With that said, 2021 saw a record 37.3 gigawatts of wind and solar power installed. The push toward renewable is real and Three Sixty's solar tower maximizes land use while minimizing power transmission loss, so it seems like a no-brainer solution to supply reliable renewable power.

One concern, which is prevalent among early-stage businesses like this one, is dilution in the form of new share and warrant issues to finance operations. But the company just started making its first commercial sales, so cashflow shouldn't be far off and a small stake today will pay off if the business plan is executed.

Not sure if 76,288% is in the cards, but I can see it being a billion-dollar business over the long term.


Quick Recap & Conclusion

  • Solar farms are extremely wasteful and according to Alex Koyfman, one “Solar Tower Vertical Energy Company” could change this and make renewable energy work.
  • The crux of the problem with renewable is that 66% of the power generated on solar farms is lost by the time the electricity reaches your home and a conventional solar farm requires six acres of land full of solar panels. Alex's “vertical energy company” solves both of these problems.
  • All the information on this company can be found in a recently published investment report called “Vertical Energy: The Startup That Shook a Trillion-Dollar Sector.” The only way to get our hands on the report is with a subscription to the Microcap Insider newsletter which costs $1,999.
  • But you can skip this step, as we were able to reveal Alex's pick for free as Three Sixty Solar Ltd. (OTC: VSOLF).
  • It is still very early days for this solar tower manufacturer, as it only recently signed an LOI for its first sale. But the potential is there for a lot more.

Are solar towers the innovation that will make renewable energy viable on a mass scale? Let us know what you think in the comments.


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.

  • It sounds good, but does it address the power loss of converting from DC to AC? And there’s still the issue of power storage when there’s no sunshine.

    • You don’t build them where the sun don’t shine! How about installing them on the sunny side of high rise buildings?

  • Efficiency is specifically defined in terms of a solar installations’ ability to turn energy in sunlight into electricity. The idea of an installation of 20% efficient panels being 10x as efficient, is laughable. To illustrate it with a photo in which half of the panels remain unilluminated by the sun demonstrates an extreme level of ignorance compounded by fantasy.

    What the company seems to be selling is a vertical structure. The number of engineering and architectural companies who can design a vertical structure upon which one can attach panels numbers in the thousands. So they are selling a business with no barrier to entry. You cannot patent the vertical structure.

    Even in terms of land use, it’s tricky to implement the tower idea without one tower causing a shading problem with other towers. In other words, if the tower concept made sense in a rural/agricultural setting, we would already see the structures in use.

    In France, a law was recently passed requiring new parking structures to have solar panel-covered roofing. One engineering study suggested that if every parking structure had such a roof, a very large portion of France’s electric power could be generated by solar. You get power generation where people want to charge their electric cars and no incremental land use. This is easier, cheaper, and more closely-coupled to demand than the towers.

    I cannot actually say out loud how exploitative pitch strikes me. Any person with a functional brain cell and an acquaintance with solar technology would see this for what it is, an effort to exploit investors’ ignorance to sell them something that deserves to be completely ignored.

  • It is a good idea with some issues. A tower, starting from ground up, is susceptible to damage by anything coming in contact with it. Think of how many bumps it would take at a corner in New York city. Suppose it is moved out where it safe from bumps. It could be protected like any other solar farm. To get enough power the towers would have to be moved a good distance from one another to avoid shadowing. In my opinion, it may take up a little less that a typical solar farm but not by much.

  • These are long shots and maybe my 6 year old may see solar and wind become a viable percentage of all power generated in the world that’s 50 years from now the facts are that coal which is what china and india rely on are not going away it is simply not possible the future is in LNG always has been and always will be the world and its economies are dependent on it oil is going nowhere and anther thing the world is dependent on is plastic and there is no more plastic without crude oil want a couple winners buy and hold EPD ET MLPX OXY XOM dollar cost average monthly and reinvest dividends and do it for 10 plus years whein n the power of compounding really takes effect compounding interest is the 8th wonder of the world- Einstein ps not against going green we are destroying our planet daily there are places on this planet the air is unsafe to breath and there is no one or entity to blame other than our species I am a realist but also a glass half full person so I do believe we are the only species capable of saving this planet but we are way too divided to ever accomplish even trying to reverse the damage done much less making a significant impact do you want to send coal burning companies oil and we still rely on coal as is in closing take a look at the recommendations made enjoy all the tax benefits as most are not stocks, the 6-8+% dividend plus distributions you will recieve and most of the recommendations are not as subject to the price of oil they are pipeline or toll collectors by no means dont take a chance on a 599% return or whatever article claimed but if you want to build real wealth I have given you a better starting point split it up 17 million dollar companies that trade for less than $1 but be sure to invest the rest in lottery tickets at least if the companies go under or you sell at a loss you can take a tax loss best of luck to all do your homework there are better penny stocks out there heres another freebie agen

  • I think the 66% loss of energy is a myth he is using to push the idea!

    but the idea of towers is brilliant, main thing to ensure is the towers are stable to storms. Potentially you could stick a wind turbine on the tower also! or shield a solar tower farm from storms with a perimeter of wind turbines.

    I have heard of lateral thinking, but this is vertical thinking!

    I have solar panels which feed in to the mains, it doesnt travel through an extensive network of power lines, substations, and transformers. but it feeds directly to the UK’s national grid from my house!

    where I am paid by what the export meter says.

    any network of power lines, substations, transformers would apply to any power generation including his solar towers, so that part of his argument is bogus and is a scare tactic.

    I think electricity generation just feeds directly into the mains, and a generator of any technology remote from the user will have the same problem of some energy lost.

    its like saying when you are at university, time is wasted eating meals, but wherever you study time is thus wasted!

    Nikola Tesla was the guy who invented AC power transmission entirely as a more efficient way of transmitting long distance!

    beware of men with women’s names!

    That argument of his is thus spurious.

    where he talks of 74 million acres of land, that is outright conjecture and probably a scare tactic from polluting forms of energy. In fact you can put solar panels on roofs, eg Ikea has solar panels on their roofs. Where roof panels dont eat any land at all as they merely use unused space. I have a 4kWh system, I would have gotten more but the subsidy was unfavourable unless more than 9kWh. My system generates about 3.2 Megawatt hours per year, where I use about 2.2 Megawatt hours. The system also generates power even in rain. It generates less power in rain of course. eg when first installed in the summer, one day it was raining, and it was generating 600 Watts. Whereas in the middle of summer on a sunny day, it can generate 2500 Watts.

    new houses in the UK now are built with solar panels as standard.

    if I just have the PC on and the fridge, the house uses about 250 Watts. We have smartmeters in the UK which tell us the total power used by the house at any moment: you can switch off an appliance to see the drop in power. eg you can directly show that the idea that switching on fluorescent lights uses a lot of energy is a myth. The smartmeters show the total money cost so far, and switching on a fluorescent light doesnt move the needle. The power usage will go up.

    where I live, the sun sets at 10pm in the summer.

    the smartmeter only gives meaningful data at night, because during the day I get power directly from the solar panels, any deficit is drawn from the national grid and any surplus is exported to the national grid.

    the amount of land etc does depend on the efficiency, eg there is a firm who make panels for Nasa explorers, who use tricks to create more energy from less area eg using backreflection to absorb a second time, and matt panels rather than ones with reflection, and with cables at the back rather than at the top to increase absorption area. Net effect is their panels generate 333Watts from less area than a standard 250Watt panel. And you just need 12 smaller panels for a 4KWh system rather than 16 bigger standard panels. The main catch is those at the time cost 33% more than standard ones. The land area usage thus would shrink by a big percent with increased efficiency.

    2 ways energy could potentially be stored are by say hydrolysing water to hydrogen and oxygen, and having a national grid of hydrogen gas which can be burnt to water as clean energy.

    2H2O 2H2 + O2

    you only need to collect the hydrogen, as the air has some 21% oxygen.

    another potential way could be by pumping water uphill, and reaccess the energy by flowing the water downhill as hydroelectric power.

  • I already bought some share & think it will grow, do well, BUT regarding towers, people are NIMBY… Not In My Backyard… they hate and oppose towers, that will be a problem for vsol


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