This looks like a legit news release, but the science sounds totally bogus to me. Unfortunately, I’m not much of a chemist, so I can’t properly evaluate the explanation for this process, but it does seem to violate the laws of energy conservation.
KINETIC 7™ patented technology reconstructs and converts water into molecular clusters, which are electrically charged to create a constant oxidisation and friction. This makes the molecules more efficient, causing them to vibrate, which in turn creates a very reactive gas, providing a clean gas and flame.
“In much the same way that solar power is currently being used in domestic housing, KINETIC 7™ will allow households to produce their own clean gas energy source, using water and a small amount of electricity. The cost to create the clean gas is minimal. The KINETIC 7™ generator unit will be retrofitted into homes. The plug-n-play product, which uses a small amount of AC or DC power and water, will allow the householder to enjoy the same natural gas/LPG benefits without the high costs, supply disruptions and dramatic price increases. An external wall unit can be fitted to a domestic household and used for stove cooktops and ovens, hot water systems, ambient heating and underfloor heating.”
So, you put a small amount of electricity into water, and you get a big amount of energy out. I’m sorry, I don’t buy it. Its a perpetual motion machine.
OK, maybe a great deal of energy is used to manufacture these “molecular clusters”, which can then be released down the line, allowing you to consume those “clusters” and liberate that energy, cleanly. That makes sense, and the released energy would have no carbon impact. But they don’t say that, do they? And if the energy is added where the clusters are made, it still has to be created in the first place, probably by burning coal. The net carbon savings is zilch. Nada.
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