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September 7, 2013
TurXotor® Free Energy Demonstration
Scheduled for Electric Vehicles in Istanbul
On around October 23, the Turkish government will be holding an event
to feature leading Turkish technologies, including two from the Alperen Group and
that will power an electric vehicle, thus making the plug and large battery pack
The Alperen Family crest and Alperen™ Group logo
Pure Energy Systems News
It's been three years since we've done a story on the Alperen Group in
Turkey, with their TurXotor® motor and TurXator® generator technology.
June of 2010, we broke a story
about The Alperen™ Group of Companies saying: "A Turkish inventor, Attila
Alperen, and his group who have been developing an over unity 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
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
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.
What came next was such a big disconnect for me, that I just presumed that this
was an extreme case of exaggeration, when Mr. Alperen claimed that they were
contracting 85 gigawatts of power installations with several governments. (Story)
Hence the long silence.
On Wednesday, Mr. Alperen contacted me by Skype to give me an update. He had
also contacted me last April when I was in Geneva with the Turkish delegation at
the World Inventor Expo (where Muammer Yildiz
demonstrated his magnet motor) to give me an update, but I was
distracted with travel and getting caught up when I returned, so that update
This update is of such a nature that I would have expected something like this
three years ago, to follow up the previous claim. But I'm getting ahead of
myself. Let me tell you what Mr. Alperen told me.
Turkish Government Featuring TurXotor®
Mr. Alperen told me that starting on October 22 or 23 the Turkish government
will be holding a two- or three-day event in Istanbul (details pending)
featuring the best Turkish technologies of the year, and that two of the Alperen
Group technologies will be among the three on display.
He said he thinks their TurXotor® motor is in first place and that the Turkish
government wants to create a large electric car industry in Turkey around this
invention that will enable electric vehicles to never have to be plugged in, and
to be able to operate with only a few batteries on board, because the power
source is onboard, pulling energy from the environment somehow -- harnessing the
wheelwork of nature, as Tesla coined it.
TurXotor® is a motor that works as a
generator at the same time -- the only system like this in the world, as far as
Mr. Alperen is aware. So the TurXotor®
motor powers the wheels of the electric vehicle -- and produces electricity at
the same time, both to replenish the source battery and provide extra for the
other electrical needs of the vehicle such as lights, radio, heat, windows, etc.
The Alperen Group doesn't describe their technology as a "free energy"
technology. They shy away from words like "overunity" as well. They
depict it as merely an efficient regeneration of the used technology. But
obviously, if they are propelling a vehicle down the road, they have to be
harvesting energy from somewhere beside the battery, if they don't have to ever
recharge the battery from an external source.
Mr. Alperen said this will solve two problems presently associated with electric
cars: range, and battery costs. The range will become unlimited, and the battery
costs will be significantly reduced, because the vehicle will only need enough
to serve as a buffer for acceleration input and deceleration harvesting of
regenerative braking. They won't be needed for storage for duration travel.
You'll be able to travel as far as you want without ever stopping for fuel or to
recharge your batteries.
This will be the first time the TurXotor®
will be publicly demonstrated. The event will enable interested parties
worldwide to see the technology demonstrated as well as discuss licensing the
technology. Normally, Mr. Alperen is not very accommodating for people to come
and see the technology demonstrated, so this will be a rare opportunity.
At the event, the TurXotor®
motor-generator will probably be demonstrated in isolation, showing its
attributes of torque, electricity generation, and efficiency. It will also be
open to inspection, not concealed in a "black box" of any kind.
Though such a technology has a myriad of applications, at present, the only
application that is being licensed is for manufacturing the motor to fit
Mr. Alperen said that they have found a company in the U.S. that they are likely
to give a license to for manufacturing for the U.S. and Canada.
Another thing Mr. Alperen said he would be glad to do is to provide business
advice to other free energy technology companies so that they can be successful as
The Alperen Group has many other technologies they are working on, one of which
will also be featured at the October expo by the Turkish government; but Mr.
Alperen wants to keep the nature of that technology a secret for now.
Another technology they are working on is for home heat and electricity. It will
take a while to get the necessary testing and certifications for that to be
released to the market. But they may be able to sell to off-grid users earlier.
When they do open up for regular customers, rather than sell the technology
outright, they would lease the units, and the customer would pay them a monthly
amount much less than what they might pay for grid-based power.
Looking for Manufacturers
September 8, 2013 Update
In talking again to Mr. Alperen, he said that right now they are primarily
looking for two types of manufactures for their two types of products. One is
motor manufacturers who can do high volume. The other is boiler manufacturers
who can produce their heater technology, which also has the co-generator
electricity output. He would prefer that the manufacturers be in countries where
intellectual property can be properly respected.
On Sept. 6, Thane
Heinz sent out an email linking to a mainstream news article
from InsideOttowa that was published about his technology. Here is an
excerpt of that article:
Planes, trains, trucks and automobiles don't get
very far without fossil fuels. But if Thane Heins has his way, all those
vehicles will continue to travel great distances, but without gas and with
new technology developed by the Renfrew native. Heins says he is forming a
partnership with a Turkish company to form a spin-off company called
Poetry In Motion, for the commercialization of Heins' own company,
Potential Difference Inc. If contract milestones are realized, Heins says
his company stands to make $12.5 million.
The plan is for Poetry In Motion to
commercialize PDI technology for electric vehicles, wind turbines,
hydroelectric generation, and other motors, generators and transformers.
Heins signed a contract with a Turkish company,
which wishes to remain anonymous for now, while working to develop
prototypes Heins expects will be able to run 450, if not 900 or more,
kilometres on Heins' regenerative acceleration generator (Re-Gen-X)
One of the first milestones of the contract is
to deliver a working prototype within six months. A prototype has already
been developed in a scooter, but it has only 1/30th of the kilowatt power
of a car. [...]
Re-Gen-X Technology, says Heins, now allows
electric vehicles to partially recharge their batteries as they drive
without the decelerative effects associated with regenerative braking. The
exact final magnitude of recharge capability has not yet been determined,
but he says 76 per cent recharge capacity has already been established.
The technology, if it becomes a mainstay in the
car and truck industry, will mean the end of fossil fuels as a major
energy source for cars and trucks, and maybe trains and planes too.
Electric cars now on the market rely on a rechargeable lithium battery
that depends on an unsustainable resource, says Heins.
"Our technology allows for conventional
batteries to be used."
The plan is for the Re-Gen-X motors to be
manufactured in Almonte, and other locations, and for the electric
vehicles to be built in Turkey.
Meanwhile, Heins says interest in his technology
has been expressed by such organizations as NASA (National Aeronautics and
Space Administration), the Russian Academy of Science, the National
Research Council, the United States Air Force, and the Canadian
Association for the Advancement of Science.
I asked Mr. Alperen if this company has any connections
to his project, and he said it did not. However, it does seem to corroborate
what Mr. Alperen said about the Turkish government's interest in creating an
electric car manufacturing industry as well as their being willing to consider
what most would consider "too far out there", or "exotic free
energy" as we call it.
Word on Kapanadze
Mr. Alperen also chimed in on his assessment of Kapanadze, saying:
From what I can tell, this technology can't be industrialized.
Some time ago, a big group bought his tech. They paid around 8 million Euros; got all the rights to it. You can see them in the videos that
Kapanadze shows on his YouTube channel.
However, when the company decided to industrialize it, they realized that they couldn't make product for customers with the
The take-home lesson is: It's is okay to have some working concept; but for it to be useful, it has to be able to be made available to the people.
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Alperen Coverage by PES
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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)