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Directory of technologies and resources pertaining to the use of buoyancy for generating energy.


  • Featured: Buoyancy > Rosch >
    Blog: Rosch's 15 kW and 100 kW KPP Demo - A blog to track progress surrounding the June ~16 demo of two free energy Kinetic Power Plant demo systems near Cologne, Germany; and the tour of the 1&5 MW plant construction sites in Croatia and Slovenia, respectively. (PESWiki; May 29, 2015)
  • Featured: Buoyancy > Rosch > GAIA >
    Blog:GAIA's AuKW Demo - To track the demonstration under way in Germany from April 25 to May 6 of GAIA's AuKW production prototype, which is the first of 500, as a self-sustaining system (no input power), producing 4.8 kW net output continuously. Disassembly on May 13 shows evidence it is real. (PESWiki)


  • Featured: Buoyancy >
    Thrust Kinetic Generator by Rosch Innovations AG - A Serbian group has built a fairly large proof of principle prototype of a buoyancy free energy device that they claim powers a load of six 2 kW water heaters for a total of 12 kW, while only consuming 4.2 kW of power to provide the air pressure required to run the apparatus (PESWiki; July 17, 2014)
  • Featured: Buoyancy >
    SaDaiM Buoyancy Technology by Sayad Abdullaoqli Mammadov - An inventor out of the Azerbaijan Republic claims to have proven his Rosch KPP-like buoyancy technology experimentally. He is looking for financial partners to get a patent and to build his third, definitive prototype. (PESWiki; June 16, 2015)
  • Featured: Buoyancy >
    Zydro Energy Device (Z.E.D.) by Hydro Energy Revolution LLC - Feature page posted at PESWiki to track the work of inventor, Wayne Travis, from Oklahoma, and his company, who seem to have come up with a way to harvest buoyancy as a prime mover for generating usable energy. The technology could surpass wind and solar as a feasible renewable energy source. (PESWiki; June 5, 2012)
  • Featured: Gravity Motors > Buoyancy >
    Tom Farmer's gravity/buoyancy machine - He uses a weight going down to produce electricity. A balloon that is fixed to the weight is inflated, causing the weight to be lifted again. The balloon is deflated, and the weight then goes down again, repeating the cycle. CATCH: The balloon is filled with an external pressurized air tank. (PESN; August 15, 2012)
  • Geo Genny - Trevor Lyn Whatford claims The Geo Genny is a driven system that generates the torque 8 time due to the input of gravity, but he doesn't get self-rotation or acceleration or power a load. The measurement gain is most likely just a function of where/how he's placing the fish scale, measuring a leverage effect.

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