Thursday, October 12, 2006
BUDAPEST, HUNGARY -- After twenty years of behind-the-scenes research and development and prototype testing and refinement, Prof. Leslie Szabo is now ready to launch his product for sale commercially.
"The self-reliant EBM plant uses its own self-generated electromagnetic fuel. This technology is non-nuclear, 100 % environment friendly with zero emissions."
"We are routinely producing with our EBM Power Plants several kilowatts well over unity without any pollution and emissions whatsoever!"
"One of these 10-megawatt units will heat 280 houses and air-condition them, plus you have cheap power, guaranteed at six cents."  (http://www.steorn.net/forum/comments.php?DiscussionID=19331&page=1#Item_0)
Being environment-friendly, this technology has several other very important additional features as follows:
1) The average 1 kilowatt-hour electric power costs 75 % to 80 % of most local tariff rates at 65 % load factor (appx. 5,700 hours use per annum); The pay-back period of invested capital is less than 4 years!
2) The power plant can be commissioned within a very short time after the order is placed.
3) The average turn-key-cost of the EBM Power Plants is less than 2,000 USD/kW depending
upon the MW size of the plant; This includes fuel for 40 years!
4) With the inexpensive and clean EBM electric power, and heat energy, the production of hydrogen for fuel cells is highly competitive or the production of nitrogen for fertilizer, or desalination of sea water can be economically implemented. With the torque produced by EBM Units, large ships or locomotives can be directly driven!
Szabo is now apparently being recommended for a Nobel prize for this work. (Ref.)
Official Website: http://www.gammamanager.com/
Patent pending: WO9318570 - "ASYMMETRICAL ELECTRO-MECHANICAL DEVICE a.k.a. CDCII" - Publication date: 1993-09-16l; Inventor: SZABO LESLIE I (HU); Applicant: ELECTRO ERG LTD (HU)
The technology is protected by patents WO9318570 awarded in sixteen countries, including the United States, and patents have been filed in 42 countries that represent about 80% of the Gross Domestic Product of the globe.
The cost of energy production is estimated in the range of between two and six cents per kilowatt-hour, which is competitive with wholesale grid prices for electricity. Szabo confides, however, that that price could be much lower, but is strategically being kept high so as to not make the technology disruptive.
Are you interest to buy one of these Generator and sell back to Malaysia? I am really interested on this one. Not sure the unit price yet.
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