GEM-2023 | Boston, MA | March 06-08, 2023

Feb 2023

GEM-2023 | Boston, MA | March 06-08, 2023

Breakthrough Zero-CO2 Distributed Power Source

Presenter: Randell Mills
Session I: Renewable Energy-Parallel Session – I, March 7th, 8:20-8:40 AM
Affiliation: Brilliant Light Power, Inc., 493 Old Trenton Road, Cranbury, NJ 08512, USA
Presenter Contact Details: [email protected]

Brilliant Light Power, Inc. (BLP) has developed a new, zero-pollution, primary energy source based on a proprietary hydrogen plasma reaction that releases 200 times the energy of burning hydrogen that can be obtained from water. Our SunCell® having a capital cost of less than 1/10th that of solar was invented and engineered to harness this new source of power. Specifically, BLP is operating a SunCell® at commercial scale (250 kW) producing power levels that, upon finalization of engineering and design, can power essentially all power applications with no fuels or grid connection, projected $20/kW cap cost, $0.001 kW/h generation cost with no transmission, distribution, or demand charges, no supply chain issues, and zero pollution including CO2. Our global and significant patent portfolio protects our leading technology position and products.

The SunCell® comprises a plasma cell that injects hydrogen and catalyst, and two electromagnetic pumps serve as electrodes by injecting intersecting molten tin streams from corresponding reservoirs wherein the connected streams carry a low voltage, high current to form a Hydrino®-reaction plasma in a reaction chamber. The SunCell® is an optical power source having a dynamic-transparency plasma window. Optical power or radiation transfers power at 10 to 100 times the power per area compared to conduction and convection of combustion and nuclear power plants. The optical power source is mated with a commercial dense receiver array (DRA) comprising an ensemble of concentrator photovoltaics cells (CPV) that operate at 1000 times the light intensity of solar-farm PV cells to produce electrical power for total electrification of essentially all power loads.

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