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You are here: > News > July 12, 2014

Landmark interview with Dr. Randell L. Mills of BlackLight Power

After three decades of gradual progress and breakthroughs, now Randell sees the ideal combination of components coming together to make rapid roll-out of their water-to-energy technology via hydrino formation converting light to electricity via PV panels a near-term, affordable proposition with everything in place.

by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News

A few days ago, we announced that Blacklight Power had given their second public demonstration of their technology in New Jersey, USA. 

I was able to secure an interview with Randell Mills, CEO of Blacklight Power, on July 8, but I was not expecting the magnitude of announcement that he ended up making.

For some time, he has been saying that their technology is capable of amazing power densities -- e.g. a 10 MW system would occupy one cubic foot. However, that was with a 60-toothed gear spinning at 200 rpm, making the water chamber size a few micro liters, lasting a millisecond, during which two electrodes create a supersonic-expanding plasma that goes into a magnetohydrodyamic converter, then directly into electricity, cleanly, safely. That is the paradigm they were operating under last January when they gave their first public demonstration. And it turns out that there are some significant challenges with that approach.

Since then, they realized that the greatest energy output of the process comes in the form of intense light. And with modern photovoltaic technology, they will be able to convert that light directly to electricity with an even grater power density. Some modern PV systems are able to absorb 1000x focused sunlight. The technology is developed and ready to go, after four decades and trillions of dollars. 

Randell said that the engineering firms they are consulting with say that there are no engineering obstacles to marry the Blacklight system with photovoltaics, but that all systems are Go. All the different engineering problems are covered, including light angle, emission from electrodes, heat dissipation and transfer, and material handling. "This thing is meant to be", is their assessment. They are extraordinarily optimistic this will roll out quickly. It wont' take decades or even years. "Every major issue has broken in our favor," said Randell.

Randell said that the water needed as "fuel" to run the system can be extracted from the humidity in the surrounding air.

Here's a video I prepared of the audio interview, adding some relevant photos, as well as a video of the Blacklight ignition, showing the brilliance of its illumination, both at the beginning and end of the video.

So, with this development and announcement, where does that put Blacklight Power in our Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies listing? Given its power density, its low cost, its ease of roll-out, its nearness to roll-out, I think it deserves #1 position. 

Another advantage of this approach is that it doesn't displace solar but actually requires its technology, so the solar guys aren't going to be mad about being made obsolete after all their investment.

What do you think?


Their next demo will be July 21, showcasing the solar PV tie.

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Last updated October 15, 2014




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