Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Experimental fusion reactor confirmed to work; The beginning for dream of unlimited free energy

Funded by the German government, the mind-bogglingly complex “star-chamber” called the Wendelstein 7-X creates clean, radiation-free nuclear energy by mimicking what happens in stars like our own sun.


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Brilliant Light Power, Inc. has developed SunCell®, a 30 pound table top electrical generator capable of producing 125 KW of power with a projected capital cost of 1% to 10% that of any other form of power.


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The SunCell® is expected to be available for commercial use in 2018. Dr. Mills expects commercial units at volume to have a capital cost around $100 per kilowatt capacity. The units will use water as hydrogen fuel, resulting in an on-site, total generation cost of electricity of less than a cent [retail: 5 cents] per kilowatt-hour. The BrLP business plan promotes a leasing model for units under power purchase agreements. BrLP anticipates that SunCells® can be used to replace all power sources, such as stationary and motive sources.







1 comment :

  1. Unlimited free energy? Bet they'll find a way to charge us for it!

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