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On July 30, BlackLight Power announced a commercial license agreement with Maryland-based Akridge Energy. BLP will allow Akridge to use their energy producing process for generating electricity in Maryland, Virginia and the District of Colombia, up to a maximum continuous capacity of 400 MW.
“We believe BlackLight Power has developed a new energy technology that will have a profound impact on the environment and the economy and will help us achieve our goal in becoming a major, green-power producer in the greater-DC market,” said John E. Akridge III, chairman and owner of Akridge Energy. “We are excited to be one of the early-adopters of BLP’s energy technology.” Mr. Akridge is also a shareholder of BlackLight Power.
The trust that Akridge Energy is giving BlackLight by investing in them should give the science community a reason to think more about hydrinos and accept newer physics concepts that, even if not fully understood and demonstrated, work.
Originally posted by SLAYER69
I'll have more to add later on this. Great find.
S & F.
Interesting company logo.
[edit on 10-8-2009 by SLAYER69]
Originally posted by moonwilson
It's interesting, but I wonder why the independent verification was conducted by Rowan University- which is a relatively obscure school. A larger tech school would be much more credible and confidence inspiring. Why not MIT, or another large, state tech/ engineering school? Is it because they wanted to avoid schools with military/ government funding?
I would think this important a development would be of extreme interest to the greater science and engineering community.
[edit on 11-8-2009 by moonwilson]
Originally posted by MajorDisaster
reply to post by wisdomnotemotion
Agreed, the title of the article is a bit misleading. It's more like "really really really cheap energy" than "free energy".