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Deggory has been tracking exotic free energy technologies for years, with the hope of helping them move forward, both in India and worldwide.

He has been one of the best sources of new items for our news, especially in the Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over and other Directory:Electromagnetic anomalies.

Official Websites

https://www.facebook.com/deggory.devassy

https://www.facebook.com/PhotographyByDeggory?ref=hl

http://www.linkedin.com/pub/deggory-devassy/17/862/557

Biography

As of 2013, Deggory has worked as Managing Director of Marketing Pvt Ltd

Import and export service, agent and dealers for 7 Chinese branded company for trading, whosale, distributor in south India.

Products includes hardware ,electrical and petroleum products.

Construction and power tools related products.

Software solution for RFID.

Energy mangement systems.

Led bulbs and solar panel solutions

PES Features Referred by Deggory

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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] - UK company presents a convincing video of their QMoGen, with all components clearly visible. They say they are ready to go into production. (PESWiki April 3, 2014)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] - With this 1 kW self-looped motor-generator system, which is the 52nd QMoGen claim of which we've become aware, the inventors are looking for investment and partners. (PESWiki May 8, 2014)
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Latest: Directory:Organizations / Directory:Inventors > Directory:Geoffrey S. Miller's Energybat Labs - His projects include: cold electricity crystal batteries centrifugal energy amplification Tesla experiments, including a Tesla turbine magnetic rail Bedini energizer Enerybat alternator Newman magnet motor Searl motor Hull's fusion Joule ringer Energybat household 10kW generator and the Energybat rotating solenoid motor. (PESWiki August 12, 2013)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory:350 kVA QMoGen by AG Energies India Pvt Ltd - "The fuelless, pollution-free Hydraulic Power Generator is powered by three phase motor, which can be powered by external source of any kind for initial running of the system. When the system starts its production, a grid connected panel will automatically switch the power source for external power to the self-created power..." (PESWiki December 3, 2013)

OS:Russian replications of Kapanadze solid state circuit

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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory:JasonDaz Self-Looped Motor-Generator in the Philippines - Philippine inventor, Jason Daz, has posted a video that appears to show a self-looped motor-generator system. An external power source starts the system and then is disconnected, at which point the 1 hp (~746 watt) motor turns the 3 kW generator via a belt, which loop back to power the motor, with energy left over. An outlet from the generator then powers a light bulb. (PESWiki July 10, 2013)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory:Edwin S's QMoGen - In July of 2012, an inventor from southern India posted a video of his "free energy" motor-generator system that involves a flywheel as well. He shows it powering a lathe, a light, and a jig saw. Four years ago he posted what appears to be a precursor. (PESWiki April 16, 2014)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory: Vitaly Shilov QMoGen - Here's another QmoGen (self-looped motor-generator with energy left over). This one is from Russia. They appear to be in production and for sale. They list a 2 kW system for sale for 60,000 Rubles (~$1,806 USD) and a 5 kW system for sale for 100,000 Rubles (~$3,010 USD). (PESWiki December 2, 2013)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over / Directory:Rotoverter > Directory:323Niklas' RotoVerter - YouTube user, 323Niklas, from Germany, has posted a couple of videos of his RotoVerter, claiming an input of 1.6 kW producing an output of 4.9 kW involving a smaller motor powering a larger generator. (PESWiki September 27, 2013)

Directory:Rhoalphy Cano's QMoGen

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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory:Jaime Inostroza's QMoGen - An inventor in Chile who has an HHO product line posted a video in February his motor-generator system that also uses a flywheel. He claims an output of 2.2 kW with an input of 750 W, and says he was later able to self-loop it. (PESWiki April 16, 2014)
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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Toroidal Power > Directory:Wasaby Sajado - Slovakian inventor has posted several videos featuring a magnet motor retrofit of a CPU fan, a toroidal generator, and a wireless power system using cell phones. (PESWiki April 10, 2014)
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over > Directory:McGreg's Self-Sustaining QMoGen Generator - An inventor in Spain seeks help in working out the bugs in his alleged self-sustaining generator with flywheel that produces far more energy than it consumes, enough to keep itself running with extra left over to use. (PESWiki October 7, 2013)

PES Blog Posts Referred by Deggory

Free Energy Blog:2014:04:21

Free Energy Blog:2014:04:24

Free Energy Blog:2014:04:23

Free Energy Blog:2013:10:02

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Free Energy Blog:2014:04:16

Free Energy Blog:2013:10:07

Free Energy Blog:2013:11:17

Free Energy Blog:2013:09:27

Free Energy Blog:2013:09:25

Contact

Deggory Devassy

Thrissur, Kerala, India

Phone: 00919744494877

Email: [mailto:Deggory@me.com?subject=Deggory%20featured%20at%20PESWiki.com Deggory@me.com]

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