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Free Energy Blog posts from Tuesday, January 14, 2014
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Video of my 2 interviews with MidTech
Last night, I stayed up until 2 am working on attaching relevant images to my two interviews with Doug Myers of MidTech. So I only got 2 hours of sleep before having to get up to head to the airport for this trip to visit Brillouin... I didn't want to just post the audio. I hope you agree the effort was worth it.
There's a lot of great content. I was hoping to also have a PESN story up to accompany this, but that may have to wait.
- (YouTube; January 14, 2014)
Here are links from our recent coverage in case you've not seen those. The first one is a report of my second of two interviews.
- MidTech update - - There isn't any HHO involved in this technology. It has a motor and generator and battery, so from what I can tell it's in the QMoGen ballpark. The unit weighs 150-175 lbs. As long as the load is under 2.5 kW, it is load-following. The grid-tie hook-up for this device will be identical to hooking up a wind or solar system. (Free Energy Blog; January 12, 2014)
- MidTech setback - "We had a little electronic set back today on our black box. We have new components coming, but it will be about a week before we can get them, to fix it." (Free Energy Blog; January 12, 2014)
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Midtech Energy Black Box Power Station - On January 11, 2014, Doug Myers of Hutchinson, Kansas, USA, announced that his company, MidTech Energy Solutions LLC, has a 2.5 kW "black box" power system available for purchase for $6500, with a lead time of 2-3 weeks. He told me the interface is UL certified; and a grid-tie option is available. (PESWiki; January 12, 2014)
- New #1? - I'm building a feature page about a new technology I just found out about that just announced that their product is available for sale. I did an interview. UL certified interface. (Free Energy Blog; January 12, 2014)
-- SilverThunder 17:40, 14 January 2014 (UTC)
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