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This page is devoted to featuring the top five exotic technologies that we know of that are closest to market.

Here at PESWiki we cover the entire spectrum of clean energy technologies, from conventional methods such as solar, wind, geothermal, tide, wave, river on the one hand; to very unconventional or "exotic" technologies such as cold fusion, magnet motors, overunity electromagnetic motors, gravity motors, and vortex technologies on the other.

There are many ways to harness the wheelwork of nature -- energy sources that the environment provides free for the taking -- that are not only clean but inexhaustible and ubiquitous.

Conventional renewable energy (there are 25 genres) has made great strides but has limitations. We are tracking some exotic modalities (there are 25 of those, as well) -- that science has not yet acknowledged as legitimate -- that are making great strides toward being proven and preparing for marketplace introduction.

Wouldn't that be embarrassing for science if the ultimate proof, prior to academic acquiescence, would be marketplace arrival? When you realize that these exotics will not only be clean but much cheaper than even polluting power, you begin to understand why academia has become politically manipulated to be so slow to accept these new breakthroughs. It's "power to the people" in a very literal sense.

Our purpose is to help the most promising clean energy technologies move forward, and some of these exotic technologies often languish for lack of attention and support.

Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies (more)

PESWiki covers the spectrum of clean energy technologies. While we address conventional methods such as solar, wind and geothermal; we specialize in unconventional or "exotic" modalities such as cold fusion, overunity electromagnetic motors, magnet motors, gravity motors, and vortex technologies. Here are five of the best exotic technologies we've found so far, which are closest to the market.

  1. Featured / Top 5: Buoyancy > Rosch >
    FOR SALE: KPP (Kinetic Power Plant) by Rosch Innovations AG - Affordable (~$0.03/kW-h power production price), renewable utility plant system, capable of 100% continuous capacity output; includes back-up; 9-12-month build time, depending on order volume. Third party-tested (German TUV), patented (PCT), 100% guaranteed. Entertaining regional licenses; selling plants from 5 MW up. (PES Store)
  2. Featured / Top 5: Electromagnetic >
    Motor-Generator Self-Looped with Usable Energy Left Over - Featuring a number of systems in which a motor turns a larger output generator, and the generator is producing enough energy to keep the motor running, as well as enough left over to power other things. A starter motor, temporarily, gets it going; then it stays going until turned off. Energy source could have something to do with phase angle harvesting vacuum energy. (PESWiki; September 5, 2012)
  3. Top 5: Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
    Andrea A. Rossi Energy Catalyzer (E-Cat) - Italian inventor, Andrea Rossi's E-Cat produces useful power from a clean/safe nuclear process involving cheap and ubiquitous hydrogen and nickel at relatively low temperatures and pressures, with no residual radiation. The acquisition of E-Cat by Industrial Heat LLC, affiliated with Cherokee Investment Partners, was announced on January 24, 2014. (PESWiki; [updated February 7, 2014)
  4. Featured / Top 5: Hydrogen > Production > SHT >
    Constantine Balakirian no longer with SHT; reaction primarily chemical - Some of the reasons why he was fired. Clarification that the Solar Hydrogen Trends (SHT) reactor is driven primarily by aluminum reacting with water to produce hydrogen, without an oxide film forming on the surface, allowing continuous production. Transmutation detected by metals other than aluminum in precipitant. (PESN; July 26, 2015)
  5. Featured / Top 5: Fuel Efficiency > Water > as Fuel > Hydroxy >
    Best Hydroxy Technologies - A listing of technologies that use onboard electrolysis to create HHO/Brown's gas to add to the fuel to improve mileage. The ranking of "best" is based on 1) amount of power enhancement it provides, 2) credibility of claims, 3) stage of arrival in the marketplace, 4) affordable, 5) ease of installation, etc. (PESWiki; July 1, 2014)

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As a solution to today's economic woes...

    "We need a productive capacity; and the best way that we see it is with alternative energy -- not wind, solar, geothermal, biofuel, but something much bigger." -- Gerald Celente, Trends Research, Apr. 14, 2010

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Runners Up


  • At a Glance (Google Docs) - the above "Top 5 and runners up" info (not as updated) in a table format.

Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies

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  • Featured: Top 5 >
    Tracking the Position of the Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies - We've created a new page to keep track of the upward and downward movement of the leading exotic free energy technologies closest to market and most likely to make the biggest impact when they arrive. See why and when things move up or down the list, or drop off, or are added. (PESWiki; October 21, 2012)

Best Free Energy Applications

  • Featured: Best Exotic FE >
    Best Free Energy Applications - A listing, in a prioritized, strategic way, of the best applications for exotic free energy technologies, when they become available. Criteria include: To promote freedom and independence from the corrupt powers-that-be; To support emergency preparedness; To empower the individual; To support societal infrastructure (PESWiki; August 30, 2014)

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