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Paul Bellezza wants to be able to mass produce his “Highly Efficient Thermoelectric Generator,? an invention that would produce electricity more efficiently than anything now on the market. He knows the invention works. He hasn’t yet been able come up with a way to reliably reproduce it.

Mr. Bellezza has not responded to a request for more information, as of Feb. 15, 2008.

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How it Works

Quoting from DailyLocal.com

Bellezza’s generator is built of thermoelectric positive and negative type semiconductor elements between hot and cold paddles connected in series. His development of a toroidal ring has created high DC currents with low voltage in the 2,000- to 5,000-watt AC range.

Ongoing work in varying energy design circuits will yield the high AC electrical efficiency outputs from DC thermoelectric power. The generator produces electrical power from any heat source, including high-temperature solar array.

The compact generator is capable of being linked in several pairs to increase power output.

Independent Testing

none yet

Patents

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Company: ??

Not looking for private investors.

Inventor: Paul Bellezza

Paul Bellezza (~1953 -), a former herbal farmer, has been seeking to commercialize this idea since 2000.

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  • Thermal Electric > Local Man 'Generates' Support for Invention - Paul Bellezza wants to be able to mass produce his “Highly Efficient Thermoelectric Generator,? an invention that would produce electricity more efficiently than anything now on the market. He knows the invention works. What he hasn’t been able to do is come up with a way to reliably reproduce it. (DailyLocal.com; Feb. 10, 2008)

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Paul Bellezza
Parkesburg, Pennsylvania

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