Brilliant Light Power never got my large attention but their latest series of YouTube publications made serious solid impressions.
Thanks to some very innovative new engineering (e.g. liquid silver electrodes, high temperature solar cells) they claim a good and short term outlook of new prototypes that point to a realistic market introduction.
Looking to the technological background, it seems to me that the whole Hydrino model looks very similar to Holmlids Ultra Dense Hydrogen and Hydrogen Rydberg states.
I tend to think BLPs process is also based on Ultra Dense Hydrogen.
The conditions of BLPs process has a number of different approaches to Rossi and some similar approach to Holmlid:
- BLP uses near vacuum (approx. 1 mBar). Holmlid claims long lifetime of UDH at mBar pressure region
- In their next prototypes BLP will apply a gas mixture of 97% Argon + 3% Hydrogen to get a much better control of the energy conversion and remain in control.
Any thoughts on BLP process having similarities with the use of Ultra Dense Hydrogen?