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The Alperen™ Group signs first agreement for TurXator™ free energy generation
Founder and Chairman, Attila Alperen signed an agreement last week in
Turkey for a license order of 35 MW, first part, up to 600 MW of power generated through his TurXator technology.
Alperen plans to open licensing for a 2-5 kW generator for home power.
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A month ago we posted a story about an electromagnetic overunity product called the
TurXator by the Turkish company, The Alperen
Group. One version of the technology could allegedly produce enough power to keep the unit running, while having energy left over for practical use,
pulling it freely from the environment via principles of a magnetic flux battery.
Attila Alperen, Founder & Chairman of the company, just returned to Korea from his native Turkey, where he signed an agreement for a license order of 35 MW, first part, up to 600 MW of power generated through his
TurXator technology. A general contractor wants to include the TurXator units in new subdivisions, with a city's worth of buildings on the drawing board.
Alperen principally envisions starting out with a 2-5 kW generator for home power, producing that much continuously. That is enough power to run a home if a battery bank is used for off-grid applications. In the case of on-grid applications, the grid could serve as the 'battery', via net metering.
Other sizes and applications of the technology will be developed later on, such as a 15-20 kW load-following generator for home power, able to handle peak load for most homes; larger units for distributed power to businesses and industry; or on-board power generation for electric vehicles; or large power units for utility-scale power; or smaller units for powering appliances and portable devices. Obviously, the opportunities are vast.
These will be announced on the Alperen website
as well as here at PESN.
Alperen will be accepting applications for licensing, beginning in Turkey, EU, USA, Korea, Japan, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia, and some other countries that are ready to implement this technology and related infrastructure. Alperen will license the technology to any territory in the world that the Turkish government approves, though he wants to focus on Turkey first.
The company is working on opening showrooms for the technology in the next few weeks, beginning in Turkey, then in Korea.
As we mentioned in our last story, Alperen has been a prolific and successful inventor, bringing several products to
market. He has been heavily involved in the Turkish military, where many of his technology applications have been focused.
According to the Alperen website, Alperen has developed significant experience in creating and implementing policy and strategy, as well as in evaluating and structuring joint ventures and other business opportunities for the companies in the financial, banking, energy, advertising, marketing, telecommunications and military and non-military technology areas.
We've posted more about Attila's impressive biography
on our new feature page about TurXator at PESWiki.
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Alperen Coverage by PES
Birthday to Me: A Flood of Free Energy - On my
birthday, I am being treated to a barrage of amazing developments to
report on, including: TurXator overunity electromagnetic generator
contracting for 85 GW; Freddy's water-fuel cell plans being posted;
BlackLight's hydrino validation; Jeremiah Sturk's magnet motor;
Wiseman's instructions on Bedini's electromagnetic overunity kits; 12
kW gravity motor. (PESN; November 30, 2010)
energy TurXator ready for license from Alperen Group - A
Turkish inventor, Attila Alperen, and his group who have been
developing an overunity motor/generator technology for over a decade,
having built some 100 prototypes, are now saying they are ready to
license the technology for production. Electric output ranges from
several watts to megawatts. Motor output targeted for EV market. (PESN;
June 12, 2010)