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Group Contracting 85 GW of TurXator™ Generation with Several Governments
The Alperen Group in Turkey claims to have electromagnetic overunity
(free energy) generator technology that is available for power purchase
agreements through government-to-government arrangements cleared by the Turkish
Energy Ministry, with pilot devices installed in several countries; and
contracts in place for more power than the entire wind industry in 2006.
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Back in June, we broke a story about The Alperen™ Group of Companies saying: "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 electric vehicle market."
Then in July we reported that "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."
We're talking electromagnetic
renewable energy that doesn't depend on the wind or the sun or other intermittent sources, but harnesses electromagnetic phenomenon in the tradition of
Nikola Tesla in his later years. This is energy that is available constantly, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year.
On Monday, I got another update from Attila, which he gave me permission to publish.
He said that they presently are contracting for 85 Gigawatts of energy generation with several countries. Most of that isn't installed yet, but is slated to be installed. That's like 40 Hoover Dams, or 80 nuclear power plants, or 4 ½ Three Gorges Dams, the world's largest hydroelectric power plant in the world. That's more than the 74 GW of total installed wind turbine capacity worldwide at the end of 2006; and quite a bit more than the 55 GW total peak daily energy consumption of Great Britain in November 2008.
He said it will take possibly several years to implement the full 85 GW.
He said that they are not dealing directly with potential licensing parties any more, but that agreements must be done through the Turkish Government's Energy Minister's
office. And the Turkish government will only work with other governments. The exception to this is with governments with whom the Turkish government has already provided clearance to use this technology.
He also said the Alperen™ Group doesn't sell or license the technology to be built. What they do is establish power purchase agreements (PPA), and then finance and install the plants themselves. Alperen™ cannot invest in any country nor do business with anyone if they don't get permission and approval by the Turkish government.
Interested PPA parties sign non-disclosure agreements (NDA), negotiate a PPA, then view/validate the technology, then seal the PPA, which are between 20 and 25 years in duration. He said the Alperen™ Group is not interested in receiving donations, investments, or partnership proposals. All they are looking for are PPAs with those who want to buy energy after getting approval from the Turkish government to use this technology in their land. To clarify, he said that they will not sell the technology or accept partnerships for the technology itself; but they will consider sharing business with some companies or small investor as strategic partnerships in order to get the technology out to the world.
He said that though they could provide power much cheaper, they are presently negotiating with providers who can pay around 40 cents per kilowatt-hour. This is much more expensive than what the utilities in Utah pay presently -- around 4.5 cents per kilowatt hour because of our cheap coal and natural gas.
He didn't say where they are getting the financing to cover the capital costs of installing 85 GW of power generation capacity.
He said that they have installed a number of pilot facilities. He didn't want to say how many they have done, or what the total capacity is, but that it was much more than 5 MW in all, and involved more than a dozen countries.
I asked Attila if this had received any media coverage. He said he didn't know of any, and didn't really want it. They have been flying under the radar.
I asked how the people who have signed contracts became aware of this opportunity. He said that it was primarily word of mouth.
I tried to phone the Turkish
Ministry of Energy but for some reason they couldn't hear me when they
picked up (perhaps a Vonage glitch on my end), so I sent an email to ask them to
corroborate their role mentioned in this story. I'll post their response
when I get it. I resent the request on Dec. 2, 8:00 am MST, as they have
not yet responded. Attila would not provide me with a contact name or
email, though I requested it several times from him. Instead, he got angry
that I had posted this paragraph in this story.
In other news, Attila said that very soon they will be introducing a new product to the general market for sale: their E-TurXator™ for lamps, which will enable the lamp to be super efficient in its use of power, both plug-in and portable, using AA batteries.
Systems 5MW turbine
On Dec. 1 I was informed of an article
reporting that REpower Systems AG will be installing a 44 turbine wind farm in
Turkey in the summer of 2011, producing 148 MW.
"In an effort to reduce the amount of
environmentally-harmful fossil fuels, a huge focus for Turkey has been on
increasing renewable energy resources – particularly wind energy. REpower Systems
AG hopes that this agreement is the first of many to come within the Turkey market. Pedersen said,
'Turkey is a wind market with huge potential – experts are speaking of volumes of up to 20,000 MW – which has barely been tapped so far. Turbines with a generating capacity of almost 1,000 MW are already in operation there.'
it will take time for the TurXator technology to prove itself sufficient for the Turkish government to continue supporting obsoleted
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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)