Posts Tagged ‘free energy’
The company Sharp Corporation has developed the world’s highest solar cell conversion efficiency of 35.8% using a triple-junction compound solar cell. In comparison with silicon-based solar cells, the compound solar cell utilizes photo-absorption layers made from compounds consisting of two or more elements such as gallium and indium.
The company New Energy Technologies has developed a prototype device which will make use of speed bumps to generate electric energy. It is now tested at a Burger King in Hillside, New Jersey.
Magnetic Energy has developed the Mini Romag generator.The magnetic energy generator (Mini Romag) uses the principle of moving magnetic flow named “the magnetic current” for generating electrical power. According to the company this generator is able to produce 3.5 volts, 7A DC ( about 24 Watts ) of free electricity while its generate sufficient power [...]
In this year the last news in the batteries field is that Ceramatec has developed a new battery that can store up to 20KWh of green energy. But now Switzerland-based private equity fund Micro Finance Investment AG announcing a new record in this field. They claim that have developed a new lithium polymer cell capable [...]
An Australian engineer claiming to have built a free energy generator which could change the world. The new generator works on the principles of electromagnetism to provide up to five times the amount of power the machine consumes.
Human waste could be an important source of “green” electricity for cooking and heating if it is converted into methane. Hundreds of thousands of people could benefit from this amazing source of energy. For this reason United Utilities is planning a £4.3 million scheme to build sewage treatment plants that can generate sewage gas for [...]
Veljko Milkovic is the inventor of this amazing 2-stage mechanical oscillator that could be a source of clean energy. The machine is composed of two parts: a pendulum and a lever. When these two elements are combined the gravitational and centrifugal forces work to produce free and clean energy.
In Pal Town, a Japanese town, so-called Solar City, 75% of homes are equipped with solar panels on the roof. Panels that have been provided free by the government and allow citizens to reduce a lot the current bills. Located at 80 kilometers from Tokyo, in the most sunny area in Japan, Pal Town covers [...]