The following guest post was submitted by JD Sweeney
In this olympic year of 2014, BlackLight Power, of Cranbury New Jersey has applied for world-wide patents on its one cubic foot cell that produces commercial quantities of electricity directly from water. This SF-CIHT unit (through a pulsed process) produces millions of watts of light with conversion into electricity by standard off-the-shelf photovoltatic converter.
It is claimed the cell can generate ten million watts of electricity, or enough to power ten thousand homes at a cost of about $25/kW. Dr. Randell Mills’ invention would permit a standard-sized auto to travel 3,000 miles on one liter of water. Given its compactness and low cost, the device has early application across a broad range of industries, including aerospace, heating, marine and medicine.
This technology appears to be much more disruptive (and sudden) than the introduction of internal-combustion engine, hydro-electric generation and nuclear power production. Such a leap in non-polluting energy alarms OPEC, Canada and Russia. Even the President of the United States has to be dragged into the future by privately-funded entrepreneurs.
After decades of research and development, Dr. Mills with his SF-CIHT transparent box, hydrino theory and patents, seems ready to take on the world without distraction of labels like Cold Fusion and Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. See Bloomberg BusinessWeek’s overview of BLP.
[Admin’s UPDATE: I thought it appropriate to post a link to the most recent press release by BLP titled, ‘BlackLight Power, Inc. Announces Sustained Production of Electricity Using Photovoltaic Conversion of the Millions of Watts of Brilliant Plasma Formed by the Reaction of Water to a More Stable Form of Hydrogen’ http://www.businesswire.com/news/njcom/20140403006389/en]
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JD Sweeney lives in London, Ontario, Canada and blogs at: