Brief overview of stage 1&2
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Data Lodging of Test Dated 26 July, 2019 | 300% I/P to O/P Power Efficiency
Data Lodging of Test Dated 30 July, 2019 | 300% to 400% I/P to O/P Efficiency.
Demonstrating higher performance when galvanic energy does more work than the input electrical energy.
Data Lodging of Test Dated 13 Aug, 2019 | 350% | Switch Between Self-power Mode. Includes self-sustaining ability with no external input power. Also periods of generating additional power.
Data Lodging of Test Dated 06 Sep, 2019 | Average 400% Efficiency over 1 Hour then Self-Sustaining AND Generating Additional Power for 2 hour Sample Time.
How it work?
Follow as we walk you through a simplified performance verification test setup along with new, in-depth explanation of how the energy gain is achieved and the science behind the technology.
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View a simplified 7 hour self-sustaining 40Wh power generation demonstration.
An amazing, truly self powering system producing 40Wh of excess electricity. We ran this demonstration for 7 hours but video is compressed into 22 minutes by fast-motion.
Stage .2. Scale-ability
Verification Reports On 5Ltr Cell
(2.2x larger than above 2.4L suitcase demo cell)
This report was initiated in order to demonstrate:
The scale-ability of the technology.
The ability to ramp up/down generation rapidly to match changing energy demands.
Data Lodging of Test: 17 December, 2019 | 400% to 650% Efficiency. 3:45 sample of 24 hour runtime. Note the rapid output change with small input variants.
Powering 120W bank of Floodlights while Self-Powering!
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Hydrogen Production Gas Flow Rate (Gas-Over-Water Lab Test Method)
SLPM I/P Volts I/P Amps I/P Watts
1.042 36.0 1.31 47.1
1.164 36.5 1.40 51.1
1.236 37.5 1.56 58.5
1.414 38.8 1.81 70.2
1.650 39.5 1.98 78.2
Stage .3. 5kWh Mobile 24/7 Self-Sustaining Power Generation
Scheduled for late 2021
How the Lab Test is Performed
Efficiency Test Method
The tests are performed using a PEM Fuel Cell (PEMFC) rather than flow meters for the following reasons:
1/ With the PEMFC conversion back to electricity, a true and sure level of usable energy performance can be obtained real-time, with no chance of error and no complex gas energy calculations required.
2/ The PEMFC conversion of hydrogen back to electricity enables a self-powering, self-sustaining, demonstration.
3/ A sure test for pure hydrogen. If oxygen or any other gasses were to be present in the generated supply, the PEMFC will respond erratically, causing rapid rises and falls in the output voltage that would be detectable on the real time interface and data lodgings. A flow meter, on the other hand, will respond to such conditions with a very high, inaccurate flow rate which could cause the viewer to assume impurity as the reason for a high performance.
4/ Proves that acidic chemicals are not used to boost the hydrogen generation. Any acidic fumes in the gas supply will not only cause very erratic performance for the PEMFC but will destroy it.
The small 2.4L suitcase cell used in the efficiency verification testing and demonstration.
This demo version of the Galvanic Enhanced Electrolyser (GEE) used for verification lab tests does not have the external electrolyte circulation system needed for constant 24/7 runtime. A maximum of only 24 hours runtime was achieved.
The large scale full system runs continuously:
Dec 22, 2020
Verification Reports Data
-Best viewed in desktop mode-
Verifying the performance in a lab environment.
Using industry standard test equipment.
Data supported by CCTV footage of each test.