Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 12:56 am.
: If you decide you want to get one of these, mention that you heard about them from PES.
Pure Energy Systems News
February 8, 2016
Last week, our moderator, Stuart Campbell, informed me that on January 20, Abbas Gadhia, in the comments, remarked regarding Directory:OzzoG, Multiplier Electric Engine, claimed to be a gravity-harnessing technology. OzzoG is in Mumbai, India.
: You had featured this. They are now on sale.
Their self-powered (harnessing energy from the wheelwork of nature) generator is listed at http://ozzog.com/products/ozzog-self-powered-generators
[Presently, those links are not working. They were a few days ago.]
On Jan. 30, I sent an email to the inventor, Nagendra Singh, to ask him to tell me more.
Today, he responded. (slightly edited)
: Hi Sterling,
: Trust me it was great to see your mail.
: Here is info...
: I sold 5 machines.
: Installed 4 machines.
: Build 5 machines.
: Presently running are 2 machines.
: Yes you can talk to our customer[s], but presently it is too [expensive] ... Bigger machines in the range of 40 kva are economical, whereas [it costs] $3200 USD per kva below 30 kva.
: I am also working for economical versions which will be available after April 2016.
: Nagendra Sing
Doing a quick Google search on "price per kva" [kW], the first thing that showed up was a Generac Guardian 16kW Standby Generator NG/LP Single Phase Steel Pre Packaged with 200 Amp Service Rated ATS | 6462 listed for $3,727.00. That's $233/kva.
But bear in mind that the OzzoG machine would have no fuel costs, so its return on investment would be a few years, from fuel savings.
My dad points out that he paid $20k for 1 kva for his solar panels 24 years ago (that only produce when the sun is shining).
Here are some questions I sent to Nagendra to forward to his customers to respond to:
- Are you pleased with the generator?
- What is the output of your generator?
- How long has it been running? Continuously?
- Have you had any problems with it?
- Are you satisfied that it is going to be worth what you paid for it?
- How does it feel to be a pioneer in this field, by being a first customer?
I also asked Nagendra: "What are the outputs of the two that are running now? What about of the three others you've already built? When are you going to get your website back up?"