A leading group of energy and industry experts have validated BlackLight Power, Inc.’s new CIHT (Catalyst-Induced Hydrino Transition) clean energy generating process and cell. This gives BlackLight the green light to start working on prototypes that can convert water vapor to Hydrino, a new form of hydrogen fuel.
PhDs from the likes of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the California Institute of Technology comprised the academic group that reviewed BlackLight’s CIHT process. The scientists performed half a dozen separate, independent studies that confirmed the validity of BlackLight’s “Hydrino theory.”
“The CIHT cells constantly output stable, very high-gain electrical power for more than a month, with H2O as the only source of fuel for the process,” observed Dr. K.V. Ramanujachary. A Meritorious Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry at Rowan University, Dr. Ramanujachary continued, “The trace H2O vapor was supplied by a water source, or alternatively, it was extracted directly from the air, resulting in generation of electricity from water alone. This process and system that I have confirmed is truly exceptional.”
Dr. Randell Mills, who serves as the Chairman, CEO, and President of Blacklight, also invented the Catalyst-Induced Hydrino Transition process. “BlackLight’s continuously operating, power-producing system,” he explained, “converts ubiquitous H2O (water) vapor directly into electricity, oxygen, and a new, more stable form of Hydrogen called Hydrino, which releases 200 times more energy than directly burning hydrogen.”
Hydrogen is not available in nature. It has to be produced using energy, which makes it an expensive proposition.
However, water vapor is one of the most abundant resources on the planet. So abundant, in fact, that it can be obtained from the atmosphere.
BlackLight’s CIHT process is fueled by water vapor. The CIHT cell proceeds to convert that water vapor into usable energy in the form of electricity. This makes CIHT suitable for all kinds of applications such as powering vehicles and producing electrical power.
BlackLight recently secured $5 million for commercial development of its CIHT process, making for a total of $75 million in funding. It also possesses license agreements with heating and electric power generation companies. BlackLight plans to build a 100 W unit before 2012 ends, to be followed in 2013 by a 1.5 kiloWatt (kW) pilot unit for the residential power market.
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