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MAGNETIC POWER MODULES: A FAST TRACK TO MARKET
Posted on Tuesday, August 16, 2005 @ 21:39:48 GMT by vlad

Investors Overtone writes: Energy expert Matt Simmons predicts oil prices could rise to $100 within a few months, plunging the world into an unprecedented fuel calamity. He calls it: ďthe biggest crisis we have ever had.Ē

North America and the UK are experiencing record prices for natural gas. An emergency in electric power production could result. The price problem is already serious in the UK. Present estimates suggest it will continue to be of major concern in the U.S. for perhaps ten years, at which time Liquid Natural Gas (LNG), shipped from abroad, is expected to alleviate the shortfall. MPI appears to have the potential to help alleviate the resulting electric power shortage.

One of MPIís solid-state Proof-of-Concept (POC) devices has opened a path to early production of 1,000 Watt Magnetic Power Modules(tm). This prototype has demonstrated slightly more output than input. When output repeatedly rises to our target level, an independent lab will be given the opportunity to validate the work.

Conversion of utility hardware into generators has long been part of our commercialization program. This unit opens a path to a pre-production prototype that we would like to complete this year.

MPI will acquire a few small utility type units. When converted, these devices will become generators without moving parts. They are likely to be about the size of a microwave oven.

The Company will also develop, with equipment manufacturers, optimized designs for future production. These may reduce the size and weight of this type of Magnetic Power Module.

The initial conversion might produce only about 100 watts. When perfected, in perhaps the third iteration, the output might rise above 1,000 Watts to perhaps 1,500 Watts.

This is the standard rating for plug-in electric household heaters. In addition to powering a wide variety of small appliances, the market for electric heaters having a self-contained power source has to be very large.

With sufficient capital to hire enough people, this project can become a four-team effort. Four teams of engineers and technicians would allow development of conversion kits 24/7.. These will be designed for several standard sizes of equipment. A different design is expected to later yield one Megawatt generators. Hefty modules of that size could be linked together for power plants.

A 2,000 Watt Module will be used for a prototype automobile demonstration. A plug-in hybrid will be modified -- substituting the Module for the need to plug-in. Such a demonstration should become a harbinger of hope for consumers. It will herald the emergence of huge new markets for car manufacturers.

Our first Strategic Partner is on-board. Others will follow, worldwide, producing MPIís Modules. Since this work pioneers new science, Demonstration Devices and toys are part of the development and licensing program.

The price of oil could conceivably drop, as markets absorb the reality of a cost-effective, near-term, alternative.

The potential impact on the anticipated shortages of electricity might become significant. The elimination of the need for all fossil or nuclear fuels will clearly appear on the horizon.

Slowing, and later the reversal. of Greenhouse Warming is implicit in the achievement. To the surprise of many, with ample financial support, this may well be a near-term event.

Contact: Mark Goldes, Chairman & CEO

mgoldes@msn.com

© 2005 Magnetic Power Inc. All rights reserved.


 
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How does this compare to solar or wind cost/kW-h ? (Score: 1)
by sterlingda on Tuesday, August 16, 2005 @ 22:55:28 GMT
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While at first glance this might sound exciting -- free energy poised to be market ready soon -- some caution in exuberance is required.

When we include other free energy technologies in our comparison, using a more broad definition, including solar and wind, I am doubtful that the above developments will be cost effective any time soon in comparison. Both solar and wind have now achieved the milestone of becoming cost-competitive with more conventional grid power generation prices.

For stories such as the above one by CEO, Mark Goldes, to be taken seriously, a cost/kW-h estimate needs to be given -- ideally with independent documentation cited.

"Just slightly over unity" sounds to me like a very distant cousin to expensive solar technologies, and not even in the ball park of the cutting edge solar and wind products now in the marketplace for utility application.

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Re: MAGNETIC POWER MODULES: A FAST TRACK TO MARKET (Score: 1)
by ElectroDynaCat on Wednesday, August 17, 2005 @ 06:11:12 GMT
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"Slightly" more output than input doesn't cut it. If any FE/Ou device is to be nothing more than a paperweight, COPs of over 100 are a neccessary performance indicator.

This device also needs to function WITHOUT external excitation.



Re: "GET THE SHOW ON THE ROAD!" A FAST TRACK TO MARKET (Score: 1)
by irjsi on Wednesday, August 17, 2005 @ 18:43:29 GMT
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Dear Mr. Mark Goldes,

From: Roy Stewart
Date: Aug 17, 2005 6:09 PM
Subject: Fwd: Google Alert - zpenergy
To: mgoldes@msn.com

Dear mgoldes@msn.com

If you have a working model, or several working models, I urge you to 'Get the Show on the Road!'
As you mentioned in your news release: "Four Teams?",
I am sure that you are aware of the 'Armies' of teachers, mechanics, technicians required for this Rapid Transiton/Conversion to less or non-polluting sources of energy.
Current vehicles, with Internal Combustion engines, are convertable to H2. Roy McAllister, American Hydrogen Association converted a stock Nissan/Datsun pickup to H2 almost three decades ago.
It can be done! Yours is not a device which has to be perfect before production can commence. Internal Combustions went into production without many innovations which were to quickly follow once 'tinkering mechanics' were exposed to and understood the fundamentals of these 'new fangled' machines.
If you wait for the world to shower you with accolades for your efforts, your time will hsave been usurped by bigger guns with better press. re. "Nuclear to Hydrogen offers promise."
Those guys have the political clout to bury you and your device in infamy!

Best of Fortune to you. But "GET THE SHOW ON THE ROAD"! ! !

Sincerely,
Roy Stewart
Phoenix AZ




Re: MAGNETIC POWER MODULES: A FAST TRACK TO MARKET (Score: 1)
by Rothhaar on Thursday, August 18, 2005 @ 13:55:48 GMT
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When you parse the language, you see that there is absolutely nothing here - just some guy doing his wishful thinking out loud.

Here's an example:

"This prototype has demonstrated slightly more output than input. When output repeatedly rises to our target level, an independent lab will be given the opportunity to validate the work." - Slightly more output? How slight? Within the margin of error of the equipment? Could be. When output rises to our target level? When will that happen? Months? Years? Decades? What makes them think it ever will? They're saying it hasn't happened repeatedly yet, so what are they talking about? One or two measurement abberations? There's just no substance to this at all.

The rest of the article is full of MIGHTS and COULDS -- "When perfected, in perhaps the third iteration, the output might rise above 1,000 Watts ..."

Pretty darn flimsy. I've seen the same kind of "non-announcement announcement" many times before, and so have you.



Mark's concept of a future car. (Score: 1)
by Sigma on Thursday, August 18, 2005 @ 23:20:32 GMT
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Mark,

How would you design a car of the future, given your technology and other technologies that are coming out?

Would you completely wire the car with RTS' including the motor? Use energy saving OLEDs and LEDs for the lighting and monitoring systems? Use Ultracaps or a RTS to give the car its intial boost? Regenerative brakeing systems? Embedded solar skin and lightweight Carbon nanotube composites for exterior material? Use Quantum Thermotunneling diodes or Thermoacustic converter for airconditioning/waste heat recovery?

Just a few ideas, any more would be great. What is your take?



1K is barely enough to power one hair dryer (Score: 1)
by Kadamose on Saturday, August 20, 2005 @ 21:19:46 GMT
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Sorry, but 1 Kw is a joke. I understand that this is basically a demonstration of what is to come in the future...but to power an entire household, you will need to be pumping out 5Kw+ or more to power all the devices in the house at any given time, whether they be alarm clocks, 60 watt lightbulbs, televison sets, electric stoves, and air conditioning. Let's be a little more realistic here.




 

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