Genesys, LLC Announces New Patented Renewable Power Generation Technology

30 May 2018

Genesys, LLC announces that they received a US Patent for its solar amplifier that can generate very high electrical power in the multiple kilowatt range and run for 24/7 service using only one standard solar panel (200W).

The Sun provides a thousand, billion, billion photons every second for every square meter at the Earth’s surface. Even on rainy days, the photon count is astronomical. A typical solar photon possesses a little more than one electron-volt of potential energy (one electron-volt = one volt on one electron). The eRET (electrical Radiant Energy Transfer) captures these photons and stores them as potential energy (voltage). Accumulated together, very high potential energy (high voltage) can be stored. Conventional batteries store electrical energy in the form of chemical bonds. Batteries possess many disadvantages.

Their low energy density coupled with their limited reusability cannot economically supply the highpower needs of the market. Genesys’ eRET technology provides high power on demand with its potential energy storage device. High electrical powers are generated using the eRET’s super convective current generator that relies on a reservoir of high energy charges generated from the conversion of solar photons to electrons. The generated electrons form a high-speed current whose energy carrying capability far exceeds anything an equivalent copper wire can achieve. As a by-product of the accelerating electrons, electromagnetic radiation in the form of waves are created which can be tailored to selective frequencies in order to perform different functions such as telecommunications or chemistry. The electromagnetic wave that is produced can be manipulated to crack water vapor because water vapor possesses certain frequencies that absorb energy to a high degree, leading to the breakdown to hydrogen and oxygen. Using the eRET, nearly all commercial chemicals from petroleum or other fossil sources can be produced using hydrogen, which is a product of the eRET, and carbon dioxide. The eRET has routinely and reproducibly generated multiple kilowatts of power over a multi-year development and testing program and verified by certified third-party validation. The technology is capable of scaling and can be applied to multiple applications whenever economic 24/7 reliable remote power is needed. Since the energy is stored in the form of high voltage electrons, large quantities of electrical power can be generated on demand.

Principles of the eRET Technology

The eRET employs its high speed, extremely low resistance, high energy electron current to generate very high powers. The eRET generates electric currents using a cascade process rather than the induction process commonly used to generate an electric current in copper wires. A certified third party has validated Genesys’ claims of generating an electric current with immeasurably small resistance, removing a significant barrier to higher power generation.

The eRET converts the flow of the low energy electrons supplied from the solar panel into high energy electrons. In the transformation process, where some of the energy is used, enough high energy electrons are left to fulfill the requirements for high power generation. The speed of the electrons has been clocked at 20% of the speed of light.

First Commercial Product

The first commercial product will be able to produce 20KW of power, 24 hours a day, using only one standard 200-watt solar panel. At night, a small hydrogen fuel cell is employed to power the eRET’s power supply which delivers the high potential energy to the eRET’s super convective current generator. The eRET power supply needs less than 100 watts to operate, alleviating the need for using and storing large volumes of hydrogen. A typical home will require less than 50 grams of hydrogen to run at night. A metal hydride storage system is part of the eRET to store the hydrogen for night time use. The volume of the metal hydride container system is approximately the size of three one-liter sized soda bottles which can be conveniently stored in a very small space. The metal hydride storage system is a proven technology that is commercially available. The system will be able to generate direct current (DC) or alternating current (AC) without the need for an inverter. The entire system is about the size of a large microwave oven. The price of a 24/7 eRET single power system in large scale production is forecasted to be in the range of a standard house furnace system. Cost-wise, the eRET system promises to be a much cheaper, ecofriendly, long-term alternative to grid based technologies for the average consumer.

The eRET has Multiple Applications

Other applications include self-charging cars without the need for lithium-ion batteries, drones that never need refueling and the enabling of off-grid electrical power technology. Installing an eRET system in an automobile will eliminate the need for lithium ion batteries altogether at a fraction of the space, weight and cost. In addition, because the water needed to produce the hydrogen is recycled through the system, the car would have an infinite driving range without the need for any refueling. The infrastructure for charging or filling your car is eliminated. The initial commercial product could be implemented as the power plant for a drone. It can create enough lift to carry a payload of 100 kilograms (220 pounds) with an infinite range. Applications include drone delivery for most consumer products, delivery of medicines to remote regions, rescue, as well as surveillance. Future applications include waste treatment using oxygen (a by-product of the eRET technology) as a source to produce ozone. Other chemicals used in waste treatment such as hydrogen peroxide can be produced on site.

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