Dominovas Energy Follows up at University of Johannesburg

UJ Johannesburg

Dominovas Energy Corporation (OTCQB: DNRG) today released additional details of its second site visit to the University of Johannesburg as it progresses towards its delivery of the long-awaited RUBICON™ to the continent of Africa.

The delegation was led by Dominovas Energy Chairman and CEO Neal Allen who is personally managing the installation of the RUBICON™.  He was joined once more by the University of Johannesburg’s Director, Manufacturing Research Centre, Department of Mechanical Engineering Science Professor Tien Chien Jen (, along with the esteemed associate professor of electrical power engineering at the Durban University of Technology (, non-executive member of ESKOM’s Board of Directors (, and senior member of IEEE Dr. Pat Naidoo.  This leadership team was assisted by members of the Dominovas Energy staff along with key staff members of the University of Johannesburg.

The special purpose of this visit was to take specific measurements for the site on which the RUBICON™ showcase will be installed.  The team also inspected the existing infrastructure at the University to ascertain what resources must be delivered to support the showcase and what existing inventory is on hand today to be able to support the installation.  The team also took measurements of the proposed location to insure proper spacing for the RUBICON™ and its requisite support infrastructure.

Dominovas Energy Managing Director for Africa Kreneshen Moodley was quoted as saying, “This is a very exciting time for the Company and for me personally to realize the physical, on the ground steps for the ‘showcase’ installation.  With boots on the ground, I have a deep appreciation for the amount of logistics in this entire undertaking.  It has been quite an exercise, but I am thrilled seeing it take shape.”

The team also utilized the time to further discuss steps in the plans for the development of the Institute for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology, which will be a collaborative venture between Dominovas Energy and the University of Johannesburg for the advancement of the study of fuel cell technology in and for the entire sub-Saharan region.

The “Showcase” is a first step in Dominovas Energy’s ultimate goal to deliver its one-of-a-kind multi-Megawatt system to the region, as the engineering effort continues for the presentation of the first system in 2017.  Pictures of the second site visit can be found on the Dominovas Energy website.

About Dominovas Energy Corporation (OTCQB: DNRG)

Founded in 2005, Dominovas Energy Corporation (DEC) is a publicly traded company, based in Nevada.  With its operating headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, USA, Dominovas Energy Corporation is a leading power solutions provider to emerging markets around the world.  DEC employs its proprietary RUBICON™ Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology for deployment in multi-megawatt power generation units worldwide.  The worldwide pursuit of clean and efficient production of electricity via Solid Oxide Fuel Cell technology inspired its founders to create an “energy solutions” company.  Recognizing that “green” and “alternative energy” markets offer immense potential for growth, Dominovas Energy is aggressively moving to allocate its intellectual and financial capital forthwith, in order to strategically address a green energy solution that is 100% reliable, efficient, and measurably cleaner than GenSets and CCGT.  Additionally, unlike wind and solar solutions the RUBICON provides baseload power 24/7/365 days a year.  By manufacturing and deploying the RUBICON™ throughout of the world, Dominovas Energy is committed to creating shareholder value by not only generating guaranteed revenue streams, but also by increasing the value of “human and community capital.”  Devoted to core values by operating under the utmost of honesty and integrity in all its business transactions, Dominovas Energy is additionally dedicated to respecting the rights of all individuals, while acknowledging and respecting all cultures necessary to support the growth and development of the communities and countries in which it operates. The Company strongly believes in the impact this singularly advanced technology will make on the world and is resolute in its mission to provide electricity where and when economically viable.

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University of Johannesburg campus – home of Dominovas Energy’s RUBICON showcase.


Dominovas Energy’s Vassilis Koutras making calculations for the site.


Proposed site for the RUBICON on the campus of the University of Johannesburg.


Dominovas Energy Chairman and CEO Neal Allen and Prof Jen conducting the site inspection.


Neal Allen, Prof Jen, and the team in action.


Neal Allen, Prof Jen, and Dr. Naidoo discuss options for the site.


University of Johannesburg students enjoy a stroll on campus.


Vassilis Koutras taking specific measurements for the site.


Neal Allen and the team view a fuel storage facility on campus.


Neal Allen leading the site visit on the campus of the University of Johannesburg.


Neal Allen returns to University of Johannesburg for follow-up site visit with Prof Jen, Dr. Naidoo, and Prof Esther Akinilabi and staff.