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July 05, 2011

Brillouin energy close to industrially useful tripling of energy out

Brillouin Energy second round of data reported March, 2011

Slide 6 is important because it shows both our upward discovery trend and because it depicts an important Company mile stone. Excess power output was increased to over 100%. For every watt going in two or more came out. For some of the time. We have established certain proprietary input parameters that increase the percentage of power gain in the nickel-hydrogen system to a range over 100%. We are far beyond what was achieved during the first round open container experiments.

We have demonstrated that the nickel-hydrogen system is able to achieve more than 100% excess heat production (“2X”). The most recent data shows that excess heat production was in the range of 110% for 2 hours. We are looking closely at the experimental data from this run and will use it to attempt to break through the next threshold 200% (“3X”) in the upcoming months.

This is a follow up on Brillouin Energy.

Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC) technology uses the hydrogen in ordinary water in a nuclear process that produces no hazardous waste. The process stimulates a Controlled Electron Capture Reaction (CECR) in a catalyst. This process creates low energy neutrons. The neutrons generate heat as they are captured, building heavier elements. This group is using a process with some similarities to Rossi energy catalyzer. They are not getting as much energy gain (a little more than double right now, but are targeting getting more than triple as they improve the current system). They are working at a few hundred watts (so about ten times less than what Rossi is claiming)


The data taken from nickel-hydrogen system that was stimulated by Brillouin’s proprietary electronic inputs show:

1. It is more probable than not that something other than a chemical process is providing the excess heat. That the thermal output is greater than the electrical input is well documented.

2. The results show the surplus heat results from proprietary electric inputs provided to the nickel-hydrogen system, as all other inputs to the system remain constant during each run.

3. The surplus thermal output is measurable and repeatable.

4. The 2X milestone has been met. Achieving the 3X milestone making the technology industrially useful is much closer than before.



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