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To whom it may concern:
There existed before the year 2000 an electrical generator delivering 5 KW VAC 60 HZ using heat to create this electricity. This generator, no larger than a briefcase was solid state, had no moving parts and weighed no more than 30 pounds. It was therefore, portable, made no noise and could use a multitude of fuels. The ones produced to demonstrate used propane or liquid natural gas, LNG. Both clean burning fuels. The propane used was from a Coleman canister, like those you'd find at a department store. This gave about 7-8 hours of continuous power. Costing not more than a few dollars.
If you were to compare this to a standard gas burning generator, you'd understand the difference and they would be huge. No moving parts, nothing to lubricate or wear. No noise, ever heard a gas burning one operate? Gas burning, carbon monoxide. So, there's a world of difference. For a 3 KW generator, it would use one and a half gallons of gasoline in 6 hours.
Imagine all the possibilities, all of the affected industries and those that would prosper with such a unit. Everyone of us would be affected in one way or the other. The export potential? One example of how we all could be affected, is an electrically powered car.
In 1999, a car's engine was replaced by an electric motor, a gas tank by a propane tank along with generators in the trunk. An experiment absolutely, but with surprising results. The heavy sedan used, achieved over 700 mpg. This meant, with a 20 gallon tank, 14,000 miles could be achieved. That's close to one's yearly driving. At $5 a gallon for propane, that would be $100 for 20 gallons or $100 for one's annual fuel cost. What's more? There'd be no reason to stop for recharging since the generators are part of the car. The Chevy Volt is a good example of this type of application.
During the process of demonstrating this new technology, private funds were used. As with many ventures, the lure of advancement soaked up the funds before marketability. However, the technology was sound and a patent secured.
The gentleman involved in this major breakthrough is still alive and named in the patent. He has given me the information of the patent and support, to use that information, to Thermo Electric Generators Hawaii, LLC.
Now, the reason for this outreach, everyday that goes by, I read about different global catastrophes. It sickens me to think, that we could be a part of the solution, rather than look on, unable to help.
The reason we can't help now, is funding, not a lot of it, if compared to the millions used on other projects.
With $10,000,000 and three years, we would be ready for a marketable unit. Four million in the first year, three the second and possibly, not even needing the third installment. What's more? Patents to protect our upgrades and a huge possibility of doubling our output. With the advancements in technology and machinery, it will be easier to produce and manufacture the pieces we need to upgrade.
I sincerely urge all to help with this project. The possibilities are endless. It isn't the cure to our energy crisis, although we truly believe this will be the transitional piece, to get us to where we want to be with clean renewable energy sources like photo voltaic cells and wind energy.
Please support us on this.