Researchers achieve flash of Hydrino power

01/16/2014 | Power Engineering

Applying a current of 12,000 amps to a water-based solid fuel, researchers at New Jersey-based BlackLight Power have produced bursts of energy that are greater than the output of several nuclear reactors. BlackLight says the power, which converts standard hydrogen into a lower-energy "Hydrino," is useful for thermal applications and stationary electrical power.

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