Inventor, James M. Robitaille, and the Fix The World Council have released an energy generator, inspired by Tesla’s 1894 “Electric Generator” (Patent No. 511,916). Modified and modernized, the plans for this Quantum Electric Generator (QEG) have been released to the public and made open source. The machine is strong enough to power a household and is the size of a modern gas generator. According to the council, the machine is “scaled to produce electrical power in the range of 10-15 kW (kilowatts) continuously, and can be set up to provide either 120 Volt or 230-240 Volt single phase output.”
For generations, we have been told that Tesla’s inventions and claims were not real, while the patents have blatantly resided in waiting, ready to be used. By tapping into vibration, this “high-powered self-resonant oscillator” can lead us into a new era of energy output.
WHAT IS THE QEG PROJECT?
The Quantum Energy Generator(QEG) is an opensourced (PATENT FREE!) potentially fuel-less generator prototype based on a public domain patented invention of Nikola Tesla. The type of energy that is utilized by the QEG design is different than that of a conventional generator. Once co-development is complete, the generator is designed to be highly efficient and power your home.
The QEG was opensourced in March of 2014 and has been in co-development with many teams around the world since this time.
You can view and download the plans here and here
Tags: Free Energy, Tesla
OLO made its debut in New York in October 2015,…
Arduino Day is a worldwide celebration of Arduino’s birthday. It’s…
The all new Raspberry Pi Model 3 B is now available…