Validation Report of Brilliant Light Power SunCell: “Plasma Energy was almost Three Times Greater than the Input Electrode excitation energy”

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A news update on the Brilliant Light Power website reports that a validation of their SunCell technology has been carried out by Dr. Mark Nansteel  Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley in March 2020, and he has written a report of his testing which can be accessed at this link:

Dr. Nansteel writes in the Summary section of his report:

“The energy flows and enthalpy changes essential to the calorimetric measurement were carefully measured in the tests. These measured quantities were subsequently used with rigorous statements of energy conservation to determine the energy released by the plasma. Here, the plasma energy is defined as energy released in excess of the conventional electrical energy dissipated between the tungsten
and liquid gallium electrodes (time integrated voltage-current product). In each test the measured plasma energy release was unambiguous and exceeded all of the other energy flows in magnitude. In one test the plasma energy was almost three times greater than the input electrode excitation energy. The present document provides a detailed description of the test apparatus, conditions and procedures used in the tests, the development of energy balance formulas applied in the calorimetric evaluation, and analysis of the test data to obtain the plasma energy release.”

A separate document detailing the water bath protocol used in the test can be accessed here:

Brilliant Light Power states this about the report on its website:

“These results demonstrate that BrLP has advanced the SunCell® engineering to operate continuously at 5 MW/liter power densities which has broad commercial applications as a safe, inexpensive, autonomous, 100% green power source. The power gain of four times input power was sufficient to output net electrical power to the grid using mainstay turbine-generation systems. BrLP is also developing superior concentrator photovoltaic and magnetohydrodynamic electrical power systems.”