Although I use the term “free energy” in the title, it’s not really “free,” it’s just really really really cheap and clean. A company called Blacklight Power is nearing completion of a prototype generator that will change the world as we know it.
The generator operates by pumping a hydrated powder catalyst through a series of rotating electrodes that cause the water in the powder to explode in a brilliant flash of light. The light that is generated is the exact same spectrum as sunlight, and the flash can be upwards of 50,000 times brighter than sunlight.
After the powder is detonated, it is recycled and rehydrated, then sent back through the system to explode once again. This means the system only consumes water, and it obtains the water it needs by sucking it out of the atmosphere. It generates no pollution and it will have a 25 year warranty.
When this system is combined with the latest in solar cell technology, the light can be used to power a generator capable of producing 10 megawatts of power. A 10 megawatt generator is capable of powering a small city. The generator itself is a relatively simple device that’s small enough to fit inside a car’s engine space.
Obviously this generator will change the entire global energy market. Blacklight estimates the cost per kilowatt of power to be around 100 times less than coal. Blacklight plans to have a prototype generator operational in less than six months. Their last estimate put prototype completion at about three months from now.
Last week Blacklight closed on $16 million in private equity funding to finish up prototype development.
Several independent labs have confirmed Blacklight’s process:
- Dr. Nick Glumac, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
- Dr. Gilbert L. Crouse, Jr., Auburn University
- Dr. K.V. Ramanujachary, Rowan University
- Dr. W. Henry Weinberg, California Institute of Technology
- Dr. Terry M. Copeland, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- ENSER Corporation, Pinellas Park FL (Defense company with 25 research electrochemists that manufactures missile batteries for the defense departments)
Blacklight held a public demonstration of their technology in July:
The company founder, Dr. Randal Mills, recently gave a radio interview on the Rense Radio Network, where he talks about how and when they will be taking their generator to market.