Group Claims to be on Verge of Abundant Energy Solution
Fuelless magnetic power and ambient temperature superconductors poised
to revolutionize the generation and distribution of power.
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2004
SEBASTOPOL, CALIFORNIA, USA
Mark Goldes, Chairman and CEO of
Magnetic Power Inc. and its synergistic subsidiary company, Room
Temperature Superconductors Inc.
Envision a power grid that resembles the infrastructure of the Internet, with
many nodes of power generation connected by a network of room temperature
superconductor cables. The power-net would combine the general reliability of
the grid with the back-up independence of on-site generation.
Such is the vision of Mark Goldes, Chairman and CEO of Magnetic Power Inc. and
its synergistic subsidiary company, Room Temperature Superconductors Inc.
After two decades of evaluating various systems, and three years of developing
their own prototypes, Magnetic Power Inc. claims to be on the verge of
developing technologies that tap into the theoretical Zero Point Energy (ZPE)
field that surrounds us, in what is thought to be inexhaustible abundance.
Goldes reports that "Laboratory results are encouraging. Systems capable of
producing replacements for batteries, as well as kilowatt, and eventually
megawatt, modules of electric power from Zero Point Energy, are now on the
horizon. Prototype drive systems for vehicles may be possible within two
Room Temperature Superconductors Inc. is developing commercial means of
conveying electricity with almost no loss of power in transit, via its polymer
Ultraconductors(TM). Four small business innovation research contracts
have been completed recently in connection with Ultraconductors.
"Fuel-free systems could enter the markets soon enough to offer
cost-effective competition to photovoltaics, fuel-cells, and microturbines,"
Goldes said, in reference to his groups work, as well as other researchers
around the world in related fields. He gives the caveat that such a timeline is
dependent on the level of funding they can secure.
"If financial support is adequate, a one kilowatt generator module, for
portable or emergency use, could be ready for production by an existing
Strategic Partner next year."
That partner has already provided substantial financial assistance, and has
agreed to a $5 million dollar investment in manufacturing generators under
license, once the prototypes are adequately proven.
At such time as the 1 kW modules enter the market, Magnetic Power Inc. plans to
have other licensees unveil demonstration devices, as well as inexpensive toys,
"in order to overcome understandable skepticism."
Goldes is confident that the new technologies will stimulate international
economic growth and prosperity, in addition to providing abundant,
"If we, and numerous others working with truly revolutionary energy
technology, are successful, the beginning of a transition away from oil, and
other fuels, could be a near-term event," Goldes said.
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2004 article by Mark Goldes