Electrical Power from Water Fuel
BlackLight has produced millions of watts of power in a volume that is one ten thousandths of a liter corresponding to a power density of over an astonishing 100 billion watts per liter. BlackLight’s nonpolluting power-producing SunCell™ catalytically converts H2O-based solid fuel directly into brilliant light-emitting plasma power, an essentially fully ionized gaseous physical state of the fuel comprising essentially positive ions and free electrons. The SunCell™ plasma is the same temperature as the Sun emitting the same solar spectrum of light, but at extraordinary power equivalent to 50,000 times the Sun’s intensity at the Earth’s surface. Optical power is converted directly into electricity using photovoltaic cells (solar cells). Very high-power, high-efficiency cells are commercially available to convert the SunCell™ optical power directly into electricity at its 100 billion watts per liter power density. Patents are filed worldwide.
The SunCell™ plasma-producing cell invented to harness this fundamentally new primary energy source as electrical output uses a catalyst to cause hydrogen atoms of water molecules to transition to the lower-energy Hydrino states by allowing their electrons to fall to smaller radii around the nucleus. This results in a release of energy, that is intermediate between chemical and nuclear energies, and a nonpolluting product. The energy release of H2O fuel that can be acquired even from the humidity in the air is one hundred times that of an equivalent amount of high-octane gasoline.
Specifically, BlackLight has developed a commercially competitive, nonpolluting source of energy that forms a predicted, previously undiscovered, more stable form of hydrogen called “Hydrino”.
Essentially all power sources: thermal, electrical, marine, rail, aviation, aerospace, as well as automotive sources, become untethered from an electrical distribution or fuel infrastructure and are also independent of the Sun, wind, or other external variable power sources at capital cost of less than 10% of that of historic systems.
A smaller unit having one million times the power density of an internal combustion engine and a range of 3000 miles/liter H2O was integrated into an electric vehicle engineering design. A prototype electric power system has been developed that intermittently produced millions of watts of power with sequential ignition of H2O-based solid fuel pellets. The conversion of optical power to electricity was achieved using commercial solar cells as demonstrated by powering a lighting array.