Waterotor’s unique performance

Revolutionary new era of low cost electrical energy


World Wide Interest

Waterotor has received market interest from 63+ million Facebook / YouTube Video Views, over 8,000 purchase requests and over 144 Distributor requests from over 100 countries.

The annual Market Size for Waterotors are $55 billion (2016) to over $99 billion per year (by 2022). Waterotor predict gross margins over 50% and anticipates over $1 Billion in sales from its partners in a few short years.

Waterotor intends to engage in exclusive Strategic Partnerships to manufacture, sale, and support of Waterotor products worldwide within the next 12 months.

Waterotor is funded through private investments. We welcome inquiries from individual accredited investors, organized angels groups, venture capital funds as well as corporate investors. Please contact us to discuss the opportunity.


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    Yes, Waterotor is fully patented World-wide, over 80 countries have issued patents – with extensively added patents each year, pending advances plus providing patent fencing. Waterotor patents are jumbo patents with a very high degree of Global protection.

    Waterotor is not a publicly traded company and we are not listed on any stock exchanges. We have starting a Series “A” round of financing. If you are interested in investing please let us know HERE.

    Our initial target markets for Waterotor are the following:

    • The 1 billion people today that do not have electricity and will never be connected to the grid
    • The 800 million people that have electricity but it is very expensive (i.e. running off of a diesel generator for a few hours a day at around costs of $0.50 to $1.00/kW-hour).
    • Off grid living where electricity grid connections are not available or affordable
    • Disaster relief situations like Puerto Rico
    • Military & Naval applications
    • Oil and Gas Platform Maintenance
    • Eventually Primary electricity production for major grids -from ocean currents (Gulf Stream, etc.)