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GAIA plans continuous delivery of 5 kW power plants
A local licensee from Rosch will provide the key components (generator, air compressor, and control
circuit); and GAIA will source local manufacturers for the rest of the components that make the 5 kW home power system.
Pushing through several delays, GAIA expects first deliveries within 8 weeks.
is not directly related to this endeavor, and is working through a
different licensee. Rosch is focused on utility-scale
KPP solutions and does not appreciate being contacted regarding this 5
kW project. Please refrain from doing so.
Here I am charging my camera battery with the
Rosch self-looped ~15 kW system being demonstrated in Spich, Germany on June 19, 2015.
is a buoyancy technology involving
floats that fill with air at the bottom of a water tank to cause them to rise,
turning a generator in the process, such that the system self-loops while also
producing excess energy for base load power production.
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In the past few months, we've been giving a lot of coverage of the Rosch'
Kinetic Power Plant (KPP) technology, beginning with the announcement of
what turned out to be an 18-day, continuous demonstration
of a 5 kW AuKW prototype, which produced nearly 2 MW-h of electricity
in total, during that self-looped, autonomous test -- approximately enough to
provide the average usage of nearly 2000 households for an hour, or one
household for nearly five months.
For me, personally, an exotic free energy technology that can provide home power
is one of my primary interests, and this 5 kW system is more than enough to
cover home power. With net metering, you'd be sending back to the grid about 4
times as much as you used to consume. And in a grid outage, with proper
budgeting of power, the 5 kW system would provide a fairly comfortable
existence. You wouldn't be able to use an air conditioner, unless that's all you
had on, ditto for an electric home heating system; and you'd need to be careful
about what larger appliances you had running at the same time; but you could
still have all the conveniences you are used to.
The 5 kW AuKW plant would be a bit expensive and bulky, with a 1 meter square
base, standing 5 meters (~16.5 feet) high; costing 13,410.00 Euro net plus local
VAT (Europe only). Remember that it can produce power continuously, making it far
superior to other renewable solutions like solar and wind. It can also be
load-following, so while it can produce 5 kW continuously, it can also be set up
to provide as much power as you need, up to 5 kW.
At the time I visited Rosch Innovations AG (parent company, owner of the IP) on
June 19, all of that was in jeopardy, as Rosch was wanting to pull the plug on
the GAIA contract -- too much hassle with delays and negative rumors. As the CEO,
Detlef Dohman commented near the end of the 5 kW demo, "GAIA is 95% of the
hassle and 5% of the revenue." He and the board of directors wanted to just
focus on utility scale
systems, where they are dealing with professionals in the industry.
Now, this has been salvaged by a separate licensee stepping in to deal with
Rosch, purchasing the key components needed for the AuKW system; and GAIA will
be responsible for sourcing/handling the remainder of the materials and
manufacturing of the 5 kW AuKW systems. For example, the tubes can be
manufactured locally. Ditto for the floats. Ditto for the chains and other
In a conversation I had today with Roberto Reuter, GAIA's CEO, he said they
don't plan on stopping the first set at 500 but plan to continue production of
these same systems thereafter.
Some of this was addressed in a July
16 blog posting on the GAIA blog.
Also, last month, on June 16, Roberto, posted a statement
saying that they were 95% of the way to their milestone of 500 orders required
to make their first batch purchase of essential components. However, with the
new arrangement, the 500 minimum order is no longer a restraint (and they've
nearly achieved that, anyway). I post this since it gives a snapshot of where
things were back then, and the scrambling that has being going on to pull this
together and make it a success.
Here are the Google translations of those postings, with a little additional
PROJECT AuKW - change for the common good
Almost a year after the beginning we start with
Excerpt from the review by AuKW-orderers - © 2015 GAIA
By Christoph Beiser, AuKW project
July 16, 2015
It was in the last 4 weeks outwards again very quiet on the subject and so AuKW Some wonder whether the project is still alive ...
In the background we have worked in the project group, however, with high pressure and look forward all the more true now announce these results:
First, is a concern to me, to thank the entire project team (Roberto, Robert, Nicole, Michaela and Ulrike) for their tireless daily use warm.
This now happens at a time:
The supply of 500 power plants will change as follows: GAIA is now serviced directly from the competent licensee of Rosch. In this context, the agreements have been resolved by mutual agreement with ROSCH.
The key components (generator, compressor and control [come from Rosch]) so we will now refer about the licensee.
The mechanical components, we will now be produced in-house and in close cooperation with local manufacturing facilities. The advantages of the new structure are obvious.
- Highest possible workmanship and material quality
- Improved flexibility
- Permanent supply of 5 kW installations on the pioneering series beyond
- Possibly Improvements can be incorporated immediately into mass production
What will happen next:
Based on us from next week available series pattern from Spich we will as soon as possible to create an optimized production patterns. Following the successful testing and commissioning the balance is payable with which we carry out the order of the key components. From this point, we expect a delivery time of max. 8 weeks for the components.
Once the recurrence pattern is received by us, we will post the next news in the coming week with more details.
95% percent is achieved
By Roberto Reuter, AuKW project
June 16, 2015
The next milestone is palpable - The release of the order to 500 kits.
Halt to the outside does not mean that nothing happens inside. Rather, the opposite is the case. The wheel turns instantaneously very rapidly in the background. Since our last post, we are daily intense endeavor to process new order requests, sift requests and offers for coaches and evaluate online to prepare a central question and answer catalog to the power plant to sort local deals for workshops and even numerous other small organizational / administrative weiterzutreiben preparations. So even a separate bank account has been created, to which all payments are outsourced to kits for KW24. In short, we are ready for the next important tasks immediately ordering the kits can be triggered. And then the communication is re-public.
As always in life current conditions and circumstances to be defined as what they really are: Provisional and temporary.
At this point a big thank you to all those who are behind the power plant and to those who very own initiative stand behind the project and, for example, contribute through rates for interim financing of several power plants actively to achieve the necessary volume of orders even faster.
We inform definitely from here centrally (and email newsletters to each customer), once again for major news. We do it now please together to provide the missing 5 percent. Thank you for this support.
Anyone who still wants to order the power plant may do so via the link
on the sidebar of our website.
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