Moscow, Russia -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/09/2014 -- GlobalEnergyTransmission has unveiled its crowd funding campaign to build a Planetary Energy Transmitter that brings the invention of Nikola Tesla to life.
In his patent in Dec 1914, Nikola Tesla wrote, “I, Nikola Tesla, a citizen of the United States, residing in the borough of Manhattan, in the city, county, and State of New York, have invented certain new and useful Improvements in Apparatus for Transmitting Electrical Energy.”
A century later, the research group at GlobalEnergyTransmission believes that Tesla was on the right track and is ready to take the experiment to a whole new level altogether. The company has gained experience in worldwide energy systems and made the most out of its scientific expertise, besides years of research to build a model that is in keeping with today’s times.
The highlight of this model is that it uses earth-ionosphere waveguide as a transmission line for ground-wave. The aim is to use electric resonant coupling circuits to achieve the transmission efficiency that is required.
The GlobalEnergyTransmission research team has already had some success after replacing the Tesla model with the latest, new age materials. The new tower design is said to be lightweight and weighs around 2 tons, which is a huge achievement. And all this was managed by staying true to the original prototype of the Tesla model.
Wireless energy transmission over the globe is the first goal for the program that can go on to achieve further heights of success. Overall there is a belief amongst the research team that it could lead to a completely difference source of energy being accessible to mankind. Thus it goes with Tesla’s belief in a worldwide energy system.
This is going to be a path breaking research and GlobalEnergyTransmission has started a crowd funding campaign to raise resources for it. Planetary Energy Transmitter campaign on indiegogo aims to raise $800,000 for what could be a life changing process. Those who are interested in creating reusable energy for the world can find out more about the program and be a part of a groundbreaking project.
GlobalEnergyTransmission and its research team has taken the work of Nicola Tesla further to build a lightweight model and aims to raise funds for the project that could give people access to a new reusable source of energy.
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