Blacklight Power: “Generation of Millions of Watts of Power from the Conversion of Water Fuel to a New Form of Hydrogen” — Demo on Jan 28th

Thanks to Greenwin for finding the following press release from Blacklight Power. It sounds very interesting.

BlackLight Power, Inc. Announces the Game Changing Achievement of the Generation of Millions of Watts of Power from the Conversion of Water Fuel to a New Form of Hydrogen

BlackLight Power, Inc. (BLP) today announced that it has produced millions of watts of power with its breakthrough Solid Fuel-Catalyst-Induced-Hydrino-Transition (SF-CIHT) patent pending technology in its laboratories.

Using a proprietary water-based solid fuel confined by two electrodes of a SF-CIHT cell, and applying a current of 12,000 amps through the fuel, water ignites into an extraordinary flash of power. The fuel can be continuously fed into the electrodes to continuously output power. BlackLight has produced millions of watts of power in a volume that is one ten thousandths of a liter corresponding to a power density of over an astonishing 10 billion watts per liter. As a comparison, a liter of BlackLight power source can output as much power as a central power generation plant exceeding the entire power of the four former reactors of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, the site of one of the worst nuclear disasters in history.


Our safe, non-polluting power-producing system catalytically converts the hydrogen of the H2O-based solid fuel into a non-polluting product, lower-energy state hydrogen called “Hydrino”, by allowing the electrons to fall to smaller radii around the nucleus. The energy release of H2O fuel, freely available in the humidity in the air, is one hundred times that of an equivalent amount of high-octane gasoline. The power is in the form of plasma, a supersonic expanding gaseous ionized physical state of the fuel comprising essentially positive ions and free electrons that can be converted directly to electricity using highly efficient magnetohydrodynamic converters. Simply replacing the consumed H2O regenerates the fuel. Using readily-available components, BlackLight has developed a system engineering design of an electric generator that is closed except for the addition of H2O fuel and generates ten million watts of electricity, enough to power ten thousand homes. Remarkably, the device is less than a cubic foot in volume. To protect its innovations and inventions, multiple worldwide patent applications have been filed on BlackLight’s proprietary technology.

This breakthrough transformational power technology can be witnessed in a live demonstration hosted by BlackLight of on January 28th at 11 AM. Details and updates will be posted at the company website (http://www.blacklightpower.com/). Those interested in attending can contact BlackLight to preregister for this limited availability event.

Applications and markets for the SF-CIHT cell extend across the global power spectrum, including thermal, stationary electrical power, motive, and defense. Given the independence from existing infrastructure, grid in the case of electricity and fuels in the case of motive power, the SF-CIHT power source is a further game changer for all forms of transportation: automobile, freight trucks, rail, marine, aviation, and aerospace in that the power density is one million times that of the engine of a Formula One racer, and ten million times that of a jet engine. The SF-CIHT cell uses cheap, abundant, nontoxic, commodity chemicals, with no apparent long-term supply issues that might preclude commercial, high volume manufacturing. The projected cost of the SF-CIHT cell is between $10 and $100/kW compared to over one hundred times that for conventional power sources of electricity.

BlackLight’s previously reported pioneering solid fuels and CIHT electrochemical cell use the same catalyst as the newly invented SF-CIHT cells, and they served as a model for Dr. Mills to invent the breakthrough plasma producing SF-CIHT cell. These background technologies have been validated by industry. BlackLight’s results of multiples of the maximum theoretical energy release for representative solid fuels was replicated at Perkin Elmer’s Field Application Laboratory at their facility using their commercial instrument. Moreover, our advanced CIHT electrochemical cell was independently replicated offsite as well.

“We at The ENSER Corporation have performed about thirty tests at our premises using BLP’s CIHT electrochemical cells of the type that were tested and reported by BLP in the Spring of 2012, and achieved the three specified goals,” said Dr. Ethirajulu Dayalan, Engineering Fellow, of The ENSER Corporation. “We independently validated BlackLight’s results offsite by an unrelated highly qualified third party. We confirmed that hydrino was the product of any excess electricity observed by three analytical tests on the cell products, and determined that BlackLight Power had achieved fifty times higher power density with stabilization of the electrodes from corrosion.” Dr. Terry Copeland, who managed product development for several electrochemical and energy companies including DuPont Company and Duracell added, “Dr. James Pugh (then Director of Technology at ENSER) and Dr. Ethirajulu Dayalan participated with me in the independent tests of CIHT cells at The ENSER Corporation’s Pinellas Park facility in Florida starting on November 28, 2012. We fabricated and tested CIHT cells capable of continuously producing net electrical output that confirmed the fifty-fold stable power density increase and hydrino as the product.”

The disclosure of one of BlackLight’s patent application that was recently-filed worldwide, its 10 MW electric SF-CIHT cell system engineering design and simulation, high-speed video of millions of watts of supersonically expanding SF-CIHT cell plasma, The ENSER Corporation and Dr. Terry Copeland validation reports on the prior generation CIHT electrochemical cells, and the Perkin Elmer report on solid fuels are publicly available on BlackLight’s webpage (http://www.blacklightpower.com/). Technical papers by BlackLight providing the experimental tests of plasma to electric conversion, results of excess energy production from solid fuels, results of continuous electricity production at fifty times higher power density than prior generation CIHT electrochemical cells, and the detailed chemistry and identification of Hydrinos by ten analytical methods that laboratories can follow and replicate are given at http://www.blacklightpower.com/.

About BlackLight Power

BlackLight Power, Inc. is the inventor of a new primary energy source applicable to essentially all power applications such as thermal, electrical, automotive, trucking, rail, marine, aviation, aerospace, and defense. The BlackLight Process, the power source, is the process of releasing the latent energy of the hydrogen atom by forming Hydrinos. The SF-CIHT cell was invented by Dr. Mills to release this energy directly as electricity from water as the only source of fuel.

For more information, please visit http://www.blacklightpower.com/


  • Robert K.

    All right.!! This is very exciting ! I hope the BLP demonstration is successful. It will change the world ! . Success does however bring up some interesting questions. What then is the nature of the leftover hydrinos ? Will they, at some time, snap back to their original state and cause (Omigod !) global cooling ? Can they be drunk as ordinary water or will they cause dehydration ? There could be an alternate universe of chemistry here.

  • Allan Shura

    The technology is definitely not a new form of artificial electric eel.

  • bachcole

    I hope, I hope, I hope, I hope that this is all true. Disappoint me once, shame on you. Disappoint me twice, shame on me. I will withhold judgment and excitement until at least the 28th. (:->)

  • LENR G

    Dr. Mills (in a recent Yahoo group communication) is asserting continuous operation at 10 MW power from a device about the size of a desktop computer, with a COP ~100.

    The test reports from ENSER also detail the continuous operation of the cells and continuous production of excess energy.

    I don’t vouch for these results… just trying to make sure we all understand what is being asserted.

  • marcus

    Has there been any discussion about timelines towards commercialization. If the claim is true then it seems ready for market. Cannot expect it to be much smaller than a cubic foot to power 10000 homes.

    How long before Home Depot?

    This company comes out every year sounding as if they are market ready and then vanish again.

  • GreenWin

    Wow. Rather heavy editorial changes to the dialog on this one. Must be sensitive.

  • NT

    I would assume 100W per hour of electrical energy consumption from that bulb. However, in this context assumptions need to be removed with actual meanings such as kW/H of electrical energy produced from this device for home usage. The average home might use 12 -15 kW/Day on average, but the peak usage is what a generation unit has to perform too and then also be able to power down to the average or less demand.

  • Zeddicus Zul Zorander

    Greenwin is telling it the way I remember it too. I am curious though if he will feel the need to give us some more revelations about the ecat performance in the coming weeks. He might feel some pressure after this press release.

    • GreenWin

      Zed, go back and look closely at the early Ni-H2 reactors of Dr. Mills. Curiously like those of Dr. Rossi? Dr. Rossi has done a remarkable job in the face of behemoth opposition. Regardless of the acceptance of Mills’ new SF-CIHT – Dr. Rossi has done humanity a “solid” IMO. Very few people would be willing to endure the utter bullsheit of a life offered Rossi, in order to bring a primitive culture (aka humanity) a spiritual and technological step forward.

      Dr. Rossi’s Ni-H2 nanoplasma is not that different from Mill’s H2O vapor plasma. Both alter the fractional ground state of hydrogen. Mills leads in using the plasma motion to induce current in surrounding EM coils. Dr. Rossi has to convert heat to electrical energy like most other thermal power systems. Two technologies. Two markets. Both are GreenWins for humanity. :)

  • GreenWin

    Agreed Roger. While the standard model has worked fairly well in the macro world, it appears that energy – the stuff of atomic and sub-atomic particles – behaves quite differently at the nano-scale. This is wonderful. To think that human beings in the time frame of a single century, can pragmatically believe they understand the fabric and mechanics of the universe is self-destructive hubris.

    What is important is rather than think of new models as “hits” upon older ones, we see them as evolutionary knowledge – built upon earlier models. There should be little reason to fight over learning and knowledge unless some group assumes “they” are right and all else is pseudoscience or trickery. The beginning of the new atomic model may have been the 2012 conference in Torino Italy, The Atom Unexplored.

    Keep in mind that a wave function, represents infinite variability. Particles at fixed energies, momentum, and position are essentially finite.

  • GreenWin

    Billy, think it possible that BLP is one of those technology transfer companies that works with offworld scientists??

  • Udi

    If anyone is from New Jersey, than Dr. Mills of BlackLight Power will be speaking there on March 2nd this year:
    http://www.theharvardclubofprinceton.org/article.html?aid=178

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    • GreenWin

      Udi, the AP, (once a real news organization) the bastion of “If it fits our tiny worldview we’ll cover it” – has also reprinted the Blacklight press release word for word, and then copyrighted it as their own. Have these clowns heard of plagiarism? As of nearly 16 hours after the news release – there is no mainstream coverage of BLP’s remarkable announcement. But there IS plenty of news on Mylie Cyrus and her latest nudery. Thanks the Good Lord!!

  • GreenWin

    I ask Frank, our intrepid Admin to flag this “bkrharold” as a troll and save the rest of us from his obvious pseudoscience.

  • Pipmon

    The misuse of units is a bit disconcerting.
    If I take my grandfather’s old blacksmith hammer (let’s say 1 Kg) and swing it at the ol’ anvil at say 10 m/s, then if I assume 10% power dissipation (ie 90% of energy rebounds, quite generous) then that means I transferred:
    (1kX100 m**2/s**2X10%)/2 = 5 joules of energy in that event. If I assume that the impact lasted a millisecond, then the transfer rate was 5,000 joules/s or 5 kW. Now assume it was actually a 1 micro second impact (not impossible I imagine), then we’ve got 5,000 kW transfer rate. Swing it at 20 m/s and wow, 20 million Watts!
    So telling me that they generated ‘energy’ and using only Watts to define it doesn’t really clarify the situation too much.

    • LENR G

      No, they are actually claiming continuous *power* output of 10 MW from a device the size of a desktop computer, with a COP ~100.

      They may be full of it, but I don’t think they are trying to confuse us with power/energy unit tricks.

  • theBuckWheat

    Let the skeptical examination of the evidence begin!

    • bachcole

      When you say skeptical, do you mean starting out with disbelief. Or do you mean withholding belief or disbelief until the evidence is in? I am of the later school of thought.

  • artefact

    He always says he does not comment on competitors.

    • Christina

      Thank you. I forgot that.

  • catbauer24

    buggers, yes you are right. 10K kilowatts. And 1 kWh continuous might be feasible per house, so 10K houses…. that just sounded like too much and I had thought they were meaning to state kWh instead of power… but if it really is the instantaneous power, than that is quite something…. even 10K kWh of energy would be amazing.

  • paul

    Correct do not get real excited BLP .. as they have come out “several” times over the years and said they were on the verge of a new revolution, then only to disappear into the darkness without a trace )

    • Sandy

      Yes, but this is the first time that they have announced a public demonstration of their revolutionary new technology.

      Maybe they were ordered to delay the introduction of their new technology until after the too-big-to-fail banks could sell all of their shares in companies that produce oil and coal and natural gas and uranium, and the poor dumb suckers like us bought all of those soon-to-be-worthless shares.

      • GreenWin

        Now Sandy, that’s a particularly harsh condemnation of the special fiefdom that uses $trillions in windfall fossil/fission profits to extinguish knowledge of threatening alternative energy. How did you ever become so cynical?? :)

  • GreenWin

    Interesting experiment in mainstream media. How long will it take for any of these outfits to pick up and comment on this story? Or will it fall behind the democratic iron curtain of MIC??

    BTW, I think Blacklight should invite Dr. Freeman Dysan of Princeton University to observe this demo. Freeman is a very open minded, quite brilliant gentleman within twenty minutes of the demo (if at Blacklight HQ.) If Ernie Moniz (Secretary Energy) had any sense, he would send one of his underlings too. Oh, and maybe AP will send another reporter and photographer to contribute more AP vaporware, as they did at Rossi’s demo.

  • Sanjeev

    BLP is strangest case in the field of alternative energy. Even after validation, patents, theories and 20 years of time (and may be funding) there is no product, not even a small toy. I wonder what is going on.
    Many people say that they do such little road shows to get funding from time to time but never come up with anything solid. So far this looks like to be the case, but I do have a little bit of hope left, after all this was validated by a university. Hopefully this year will be the year of BLP.
    If anyone gets to attend the demo, please ask them why are they doing a demo suddenly. Is it for attracting more funding or announcement of a product or a big contract or what?

    • GreenWin

      Could they be working with the guv’ment?

    • nightcreature3

      I remember them signing a contract, some years back, for a power plant somewhere in Italy. I’ve always wondered why it was never invaded by curious journalists.