The air around us contains a variety of charged particles. These charged particles [“seed particles”] are caused by the passage of external radiation, such as cosmic rays, and by the natural interactions of the atomic components of air. When water molecules are present (in the form of humidity), these molecules can trap and insulate some of these charged particles, so that they become chemically and electrically stable. This process is called solvation. Once solvated, these charged particles can be transported and harvested.
In the MM process, the solvated charged particles, which are chemically and electrically stable, are transported through a conversion chamber at a certain minimum velocity which is determined by the length of the conversion chamber and the intensity of an applied electric field. This electric field is responsible for accelerating the charged particles, among them the seed electrons, contained in the mix of natural air that enters the conversion chamber, which as a result of this acceleration, collide with other electrically neutral structures within the air mix, stripping off exterior electrons from some of the neutral structures, generating paired electrons and ions.
In this way a compounding chain reaction is formed, producing a constant and sustained avalanche of electrons, thus increasing the charge density as the air progresses through the conversion chamber. A percentage of these “freed” charges become solvated by the water vapor molecules forming more charged clusters to be transported to a collector electrode, where the transported charges are captured – and increasing the electrical potential that is available to be used.
The available energy in the mass of moving humid air which enters the Molatgen MM comprises the sum of the following components: the sensible air energy (due to its movement and temperature), the intrinsic energy of electrically neutral and stable structures present in the air and the energy of the water present in its vapor state. This mass of air is then subjected to the action of an electric field and a comparatively small amount of the contained energy (in the form of electric energy (collected charges)) is then extracted. The high proportion of energy (>99%) not extracted is thus returned to the atmosphere.
In the MM process the TRANSPORTATION of the water molecule clusters is achieved by using water in the form of vapor, and using the sensible heat of the air (temperature), to maintain the physical state of water as a vapor without allowing it to condense into a liquid state, which would prevent the use of the contained energy. This is because the temperature loss across the system is very low. Therefore provided the air entering the MM is reasonably above the dew point, the condensation of the moving vapor will be avoided.
In the MM process, the energy generated is much greater than the energy consumed in the generation of the charges inside the conversion chamber, and the energy extracted from the humid air, while a very low percentage of the total energy contained in the air (<<1%), is sufficient to allow a sustainable electric energy circulation on a continuous, round-the-clock basis, unlike most alternative “green energy” solutions.
It is not visually intrusive like a wind turbine, and because it makes no noise it can to be installed in pristine naturally beautiful areas. A Molatgen generator will have a “footprint” 1/10th the size of a corresponding wind turbine.
Because of the size, weight and cost advantage of Molatgen, the Molatgen generators ideally suited to be installed in cities and on top of high rise buildings, thus adding distribution efficiencies to the long list of Molatgen benefits.
In the rare event of an electronic failure, a simple “plug-in” module change can be carried out by any reasonably competent mechanic or TV repairman, making this device ideal for developing societies and communities. Basic shut-down maintenance is very low, and really depends on the local environmental cleanliness.
Power to the people
Providing energy to remote and developing communities
The biggest expense and logistical problems associated with supplying power to developing, remote and island communities is the cost and time it takes to put the correct infrastructure in place.
MolatGen operates in a “stand alone” way, without the need for unattractive overhead power lines. This game changing technology has the ability to revolutionise the way energy is delivered around the globe.
MolatGen is a 100% sustainable form of energy, with a focus on zero harm to the environment.
This ground breaking technology has the ability to serve our present energy requirements, without compromise for our future generations.
MolatGen technology can produce energy just as efficiently as nuclear, without the potentially disastrous consequences.
In addition, MolatGen is able to produce energy more efficiently than wind turbines and solar panels, whilst being far more aesthetically appealing.
One of the greatest advantages of MolatGen technology, is the eco friendly nature in which energy is produced. MolatGen operates in a completely pollution free way, helping us to preserve the environment for future generations.
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