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Video of my 2 interviews with MidTech

"I would also like to thank Dustin Law for the countless hours involved in our new project. Without him it wouldn't have been completed." (Doug Myers on Facebook; Jan. 11, 2014; ~8 am EST)
"I would also like to thank Dustin Law for the countless hours involved in our new project. Without him it wouldn't have been completed." (Doug Myers on Facebook; Jan. 11, 2014; ~8 am EST)

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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.

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)
  • Featured / Top 5: Electromagnetic > QMoGen >
    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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