Lasted edited by Andrew Munsey, updated on June 15, 2016 at 1:20 am.
Emerging Technologies claims to have two technologies they are bringing to market: 1) a hydrogen-on-demand, from water technology, and 2) a Battery Enhancement and Controller System that increases the efficiency of existing batteries.
They have said they are preparing to install hydrogen-on-demand in existing hydrogen-powered cars, enabling them to run on water. Also preparing to release hydrogen generators for house and in-field use.
There is reason to be cautious about this company and their claims. Too much hype, not enough beef.
Emerging Technologies Development ordered to repay $100,000 - Missouri Commissioner of Securities Matt Kitzi issued the consent order, which alleges that William Alexander and his company, Emerging Technologies Development, offered and sold unregistered investments. Kitzi said in a release that the company admits that to date, no water-powered car has been produced, no jobs have been created and no funds remain in Emerging Technologies Development. (St. Louis Business Journal - March 3, 2006)
Inventor's Night at Emerging Technologies - September 24, 2004. Chat with inventors of H-on-demand system as well as Battery charging system. Review documentation.
Emerging Technologies in Product Release Mode - Preparing to install hydrogen-on-demand for hydrogen-powered cars, enabling them to run on water. Also preparing to release hydrogen generators for house and in-field use. Independent test results from Battery Enhancement and Controller System show a 60% increase in efficiency. (PESN Aug. 30, 2004)
Hydrogen Generator and Lead Acid Battery Range Breakthrough - (PESN July 20, 2004)
Sept. 20, 2004 - announces Battery Enhancement Controller System (BECS)
Emerging Technologies Development Corporation