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Environment Conscious Technology, Inc. was the first contracted for manufacturing (i.e., Hesa) Static Electro Magnetic Generators (STEMG) for 4-D printing of nanostructures that allowed mass production and customization of products within multiple industries, starting with transport and remediation. This foundational manufacturing technology led to the development of the solid-state nanoscale energy-producing systems for commercializing on the Internet the use of HESA (Patented) Return2Zero banking applications, combining ECT’s (Interactive Content Distribution Platform) business model for "UoE” deployment of NCT solutions globally.
Challenge. Electricity is used in every aspect of our lives unless we are one of the 1.2 billion people without it. We use electricity to communicate, refrigerate, compute, heat, and light. Electrical power can drive modern transportation. Most electricity is generated by using dirty fuels, such as fossil fuels. Small amounts of clean power production are limited to geographical areas that are blessed with ample wind, solar, and water resources. To use electricity, it is either centrally generated and distributed by wire, or is generated on-site. If the power-need requires portability, the electricity must be stored, most often in chemical batteries, such as lithium-ion technology. The stored electrical energy in a battery is maintained by using electrochemical processes that require frequent recharging and create a potential combustion and explosion hazard. Traditional on-site power generators require frequent maintenance and expensive fossil fuel, while current clean energy technologies require favorable, yet fleeting, wind or sun conditions.
Has your cell phone or laptop battery ever died with no place to plugin? You are a "dead battery" away from being cut-off from your life.
Have you wanted an electric vehicle, but steered away from electric vehicles to traditional fossil fuel vehicles because of "range anxiety", not to mention the high cost?
Have you been to a developing country where electricity is intermittent because the on-site production is unavailable due to frequent maintenance problems and expensive fuel deliveries?
Environment Conscious Technology Solution - STEMG. STEMG is made possible by using HESA LTD’S foundational manufacturing process. STEMG (proprietary technology) is the world’s first solid-state device that extracts energy out of ether / dark matter combined with quantum tunneling of electrons to produce electricity.
The solid-state nanoscale design enables STEMG to use quantum tunneling of electrons to produce electricity. STEMG does not consume fuels. It creates output energy only.
STEMG is scalable and stackable to meet the small energy needs of any portable device, such as a cell phone or laptop, and more extensive power greater than 100 kWh for rural or remote villages. STEMG powered-electric vehicles will have a limitless range.
Hazardous materials are not used in the STEMG production. Therefore, it is totally recyclable and environmentally friendly.
The calculated useable life span of the STEMG is 15 years.
The estimated cost to mass produce is approximately $0.03 per kWh., compared to lithium-ion batteries that cost around $275.00 per kWh.
The STEMG has been privately tested at ESD for nine months and did not require fuel or a heat gradient to produce power. The test results show:
· 89% greater energy density than Li-ion batteries.
10% of the weight of Li-ion batteries.
H2GN / Renewable Alternative Fuel Generator (RAFG)
Currently, three RAFG systems in the United States have completed the "proof of concept" stage, and are in the refinement development process for testing with affiliated universities. RAFG is being equipped on a 7500-Watt Gasoline Generator. This unit is fueled solely by an external electrolysis generator (EG), which converts water or any liquid containing a hydrogen element, into its alternative fuel source.
Current power requirements for RAFG show the engine can power itself, but for how long will require further testing. Once this technology has been refined, we anticipate over 220 vertical market applications for hybrid vehicles and Auxiliary Power Units, (APU).
Current refinement focus is the improvement of spark timing and the longevity in an internal combustion engine. While some components used in the construction of the RAFG are domain, there are several components when combined that will allow IP to be filed with the support of Engineering Schools in Memphis, Tennessee.
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The NanoSeal formula is being developed with Christian Brothers University in Memphis, Tennessee for a future patent-pending formulation into Regional Academic Partnerships with:
**Surface Water Institute - Gadomski School of Engineering in Memphis, Tennessee is cross-collaborating with**;
· ”The” High Pollution Markets
· ”The” High Unemployment Markets
· ”The” High Fossil Fuel Cost Markets
· ”The” High Pandemic Markets
· “The” High Suffrage Markets
Extending fuel addresses a new and novel approach to significantly enhance the lubrication value, and protection capabilities of engine oils to combat adverse effects of hydrogen fuel in a gaseous state being injected into an ordinarily aspirated engine - whether it is gasoline, diesel, or other gaseous fuels that may cause unwanted effects on internal parts Hydrogen comes in contact with. There are several steps to be determined before debuting these engines involving alternative lubrications for Hydrogen fueled generators.
Hydrogen, when combusted, has higher energy rates than gasoline, diesel or natural gas. It is effective in removing carbon, varnish, and other byproducts of fuel combustion. It also eliminates the oil film from the cylinder walls, pistons, rings, and valves. Overextended accelerated wear can cause premature failure of the engine and replacement parts. Hydrogen can also lead to a “nitrating” effect on metal parts, causing them to become brittle and fatigued.
We have based a unique boron-based derivative, coupled with a new carboxylate compound, that when reacted with an intermediate and blended with compounds and polymer, form a complex interlocking film structure that is 1-micron thick or less, on all metallic and non-metallic part surfaces. This material encapsulates the surfaces it contacts and forms a “ceramic-like coating” with the ability to expand and contract through heat cycles normally associated in internal combustion engines. This coating does not become brittle and has greater flexibility than other ceramic coatings to friction, wear, and heat reduction in the lubrication arena.
We have developed a preliminary "additive package” that is effective in eliminating potential negatives when used with hydrogen and in the process of taking it to the next level to improve performance. These new concept formulations have shown great promise and we are confident that they will prove our theory of lubricant improvement between 80% -120% over the top full synthetic oils that are currently on the market. Combining Hydrogen on Demand can extend “Constant Speed Generator” engine life by 300% when applied adequately with additive packages.
These preliminary results also show an improvement over current additive enhancement packages, with an impressive average of 25-80% when combined with existing oil additives. Additional testing needs to be performed, along with formulation adjustments, to perfect the final version. This will require extra time, resources, and costs that can be reduced with our University and 501 (C)(3) Program Related Investment Partnerships, and Sponsored Showcase Engineering Programs.