Brillouin Energy Corporation (BEC) updates.

  • ...their best test shows 152 Watts in and 221 Watts out


    Interest from a well-known defence contractor is disclosed for the first time.

    A COP of 221/152 is pretty low and won't be sufficient to obtain commercial interest.

    Looks like their current harvesting technology is not the best solution.

    I would tend to think they need a different technology with higher yield.


    Interest from defence is a different issue. It's probably the fundamental cause of energy gain that will interest defence rather than their current product solution. They have more resources to further improve the energy harvesting.

  • A COP of 221/152 is pretty low and won't be sufficient to obtain commercial interest.

    Looks like their current harvesting technology is not the best solution.

    I would tend to think they need a different technology with higher yield.

    From what I gather from the Brillouin release, anything that would produce more than 4,000 Watts with a COP over 1 would be of great interest to boiler makers. If that's the case and we assume scaling is possible, it's mostly an engineering problem that needs to be solved.

  • Women of BSV interviews Robert Godes, BEC:

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