Posted by grim (220.127.116.11) on September 26, 2002 at 16:07:35:
In Reply to: A device that works posted by william redick on September 26, 2002 at 12:27:22:
Why not go ahead and build it in your basement? Believe me I worked in that industry for some years, and as much as the EPA is on the backs of the electric utilities they would WELCOME such a device. You might want to tie it into your own home first and see if you can (A) isolate your home from the grid and actually power your house as stand-alone, or (B) synchronize it to the grid frequency and make your meter run backwards. If it works apply for a provisional patent, scope out your market. You have a year of protection under provisional just for that purpose. If all looks good, apply for the non-provisional, when its published you can sell LICENSES, NEVER THE PATENT. I assure you if what you have works the utilities will beat a path to your door. They have incentives to purchase "clean" power, solar, etc. Besides, its better to try it than to die not knowing.
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