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Index of devices designed to harvest atmospheric electrostatic energy, also known as "ambient" or "upstairs". One of the "invisible" free energy sources.

The phenomenon of lightning is a function of a high electrostatic differential between the ground and the sky, which always exists to varying extents. Some researchers have been able to tap that ever-present electrostatic potential to produce electricity for use. It's not yet a matured field, but is certainly interesting.



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Ismael Aviso's FYMEGM

  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic >
    Ismael Aviso Self-Charging Electric Car - An inventor from the Philippines has demonstrated a bare bones electric vehicle with an 11-kW DC motor running on just one 12-volt battery, which is kept charged via an antennae circuitry that draws electrostatic or radio wave energy from the surroundings. He's also developed a super-efficient repelling force that he wants to engineer into an engine. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; February 5, 2011)


Harnessing Static from Friction

  • Piezoelectric / Electrostatic > from Friction >
    How Friction May Someday Charge Your Cell Phone - A nanogenerator made from inexpensive materials harvests mechanical energy and produces enough power to charge personal electronics. Georgia Tech researchers demonstrated that a static charge phenomenon, called the triboelectric effect, can be harnessed to produce power using a type of plastic, polyethylene terephthalate, and a metal. (MIT Technology Review; November 19, 2012)
  • Electrostatic Generator by Walter Owens - Walter Owens has come up with a device which he claims extracts free and ubiquitous static energy for practical use. A rotating device rubs against wool or nylon and collects static electricity in a set of coils.

Nelson's Electron Trap

Pyramidal Electric Transducer

  • Pyramidal Power by Thomas Trawoger - Austrian inventor demonstrates that a fairly simple set-up of a home-made capacitor and two home-made coils, stimulated by a magnet, positioned at the geometric center of a metallic pyramid will produce appreciable amounts of current, enough to run a small fan.

Rosmary Ainslie

  • Featured: Electromagnetic > Electrostatic / Magnetism >
    Rosmary Ainslie's Magnetic Field Model - Combining symmetry, patterns and principals of correspondence, Rosemary Ainslie developed an alternate physics model that is able to reconcile the mass volume ratio of the proton ... She has been able to experimentally prove her concepts related to the electromagnetic interaction by inducing more energy from a circuit than is available from the supply, achieving COP>17 in 2002. Her latest results point to an infinite coefficient of performance. (PESWiki; March 2, 2011)


  • Testatika Electromagnetic Generator - Includes an inductance circuit, a capacitance circuit, and a thermionic rectification valve. Alleged free energy machine works by harnesses energy from the aether. Those controlling keep a very tight hold and do not intend to release it to the general public.
  • Testatika Machine Video - The Methernitha commune claims to have invented a machine that produces three to four kilowatts of DC continuously from the static electricity in the air, depending on its dryness. Sepp Hasslberger provides an English transcription for their video.

Ion Source Beam Projector

  • Ion Source Beam Projector - James Fauble claims to have come up with a way to harness ions from the atmosphere for energy generation. Open source project put on hold on May 5, 2007 due to lack of funding to build a replica of an earlier prototype.

Scott F. Hall's Electrostatic Gizmo

  • Scott F. Hall's Magnet Motor from Kitchen Stuff - Video at YouTube shows a continuously-running gizmo composed of a conglomeration of things found in his kitchen, including a can of dog food, tooth picks, refrigerator magnets, a pencil, spring clips, and a small corner cut out of a box.


  • Aluminum, Paper, Steel Electrostatic Energy Generator - YouTube user singerxyz posted videos showing two different set-ups that he came up with that appear to extract energy from the ambient environment. In one, he wrapped an aluminum tube from a lawn chair with paper (insulator), and then wound that with non-galvanized steel wire. (PESWiki; Aug. 15)

Other Technologies

  • Organizations > 'Free Energy' Plans by Creative Science and Research - Company sells plans for devices that they say can provide "free power for your home, garage, car or truck". They claim to have heaters, engines, and other devices that are over unity or that require no fuel. A few buyers say the kits do not operate as claimed. Others are satisfied.

On July 21, 2007, NEC member, Gary Vesperman wrote:

This device Pyramidal Electric Transducer by Grandics has superficial functional resemblances to Nikola Tesla's wireless power invention, Thomas Moray's Radiant Energy Pump/Electricity Generator, and Marc Millis' "'Converter of Zero-Point Electromagnetic Radiation Energy to Electrical Energy (see my compilation of "Advanced Technologies for Foreign Resort Project" which is in



  • Electromagnetic / Electrostatic >
    Bearden: The Real Cause of the Energy Crisis - "In 1891 Nikola Tesla -- who gave us AC electric power, the rotating magnetic field that makes modern motors and generators possible, and radio -- had already discovered how to take all the EM energy one wishes directly from the seething 'active medium' -- i.e., in modern physics terms, from the active vacuum. He was already briefing technical societies that this could be done at will." (Hasslberger Blog; April 1, 2011)


  • Electrostatic >
    Northwestern research team turns theory of static electricity on its head - Researchers at Northwestern University offer evidence in a paper published in Science, that shows that what scientists have believed to be true about the causes behind the creation of static electricity, is wrong. Instead of one object winding up with more or less electrons as a result of rubbing together, they claim, there is an actual transfer of slight amounts of actual material. (PhysOrg; June 1, 2011)

In the News

Commenced Feb. 2011

  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Electrostatic > Aviso >
    Aviso demonstrates capacitor-based "OU" system - Ismael Aviso has posted several videos showing his electrostatic technology that allegedly pulls energy from the surroundings. In these videos he runs the system on capacitors, with just one small battery to run his circuitry. Nexus reporter/ physicist, Jerome Dangman witnesses it running for 30 minutes. (PESN; August 27, 2012)
  • Best Exotic FE: Electrostatic > Aviso >
    Another Typhoon puts Aviso under water again (video) - The intense Manila weather, with a Typhoon and massive rain striking another blow to Ismael Aviso's operations, putting them under water, even as international teams are scheduled to come inspect his technology. (YouTube / ley858; August 6, 2012)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE / Events: Hydroxy / Electrostatic > Aviso >
    New Advances Delay Aviso Energy Demo - The public demonstration of Ismael Aviso's ambient power antenna technology assisting a hydroxy cell as well as generating heat -- both demonstrating free energy in operation -- is now scheduled for February 2 in the California Bay Area. The event will also be broadcast live, probably through (PESN and BeforeItsNews; November 19, 2011)
  • Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso >
    E-car inventor eyes Europe conquest - Filipino inventor and alternative energy visionary Ismael Aviso is eyeing a potentially productive trip to Europe before showing off his inventions to technical experts and investors in the United States next month. Aviso has made online free energy circle buzzing with excitement over prospects of his creations such as his fuel-less, self-charging electrical car and power generator. (Manila Bulletin; November 1, 2011)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso EV >
    Aviso's Free Energy Circuit Revealed - Ismael Aviso has developed multiple variations of a technology that collects free energy from the ambient environment. Due to a massive number of emails asking for more information, Aviso has posted a series of YouTube videos that provide details and a demonstration of his novel circuit. (PESN and BeforeItsNews; May 23, 2011)
  • Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso >
    Overview of Aviso Free Energy Technology (video) - Ashtweth of Panacea-BOCAF has compiled recent video footage, adding a voice-over description, talking about the antenna system that harvests ambient energy from the surroundings, the repelling force, the recent coverage on Philippines Channel 7, and the recent collaborative testing by the Department of Energy. He encourages donation support of this breakthrough team. (YouTube / andrewg85; February 25, 2011)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic > Aviso EV
    Aviso EV Battery Stays at 13 Volts Driving Around Town - Filipino inventor, Ismael Aviso, has posted a new video set showing his EV driving around town. The voltage of the single battery powering the vehicle shows 13 volts throughout the nearly 25 minutes of running, sometimes with four people on board. The battery is purportedly kept charged via an antennae circuitry that draws energy from the surroundings. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; February 8, 2011)
  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: EVs > Electrostatic >
    Ismael Aviso Self-Charging Electric Car - An inventor from the Philippines has demonstrated a bare bones electric vehicle with an 11-kW DC motor running on just one 12-volt battery, which is kept charged via an antennae circuitry that draws electrostatic or radio wave energy from the surroundings. He's also developed a super-efficient repelling force that he wants to engineer into an engine. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; February 5, 2011)

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