Millennial Research, Corp. of Tulsa has proven its production prototype 100 kilowatt Magnetronic motor/generator at an oil well pump site, costing 53% less than what power from the grid would have cost. The design is a radical departure from the century+ old paradigm.
Generator in lab
by Sterling D. Allan
Pure Energy Systems News
Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA — Tuesday marked a major milestone for Millennial Research Corporation (MRC) with their announcing the results of recent field tests of their 100 kilowatt Magnetronics™ motor/generator, which uses a radically different design that has many advantages over the traditional motor/generator designs that have hardly changed in essence since Tesla introduced the induction motor in 1883.
Seeing their press release, I gave a call to CEO, J. Darin Long, to probe a little deeper. We've been tracking Millennial since about July 2007, and I visited their facility in October of 2008 when they were still in Utah and was very impressed.
In their recent field test, not only did the Magnetronic™ perform as expected, providing usable electrical power over a much wider range of speeds, from idle speed (1000 rpm) to 2100 rpm (generating from 30 kW to 100+ kW); but its cost came in at 53% below what the same energy would have cost had it been provided by the grid at that location.… Read the rest