Energy Projects

WIT has initiated work on some priority energy projects that we wanted to give you a brief introduction on each one below. The WIT consultation team envisions a wide application for this Technology for a full spectrum of industrial processes including scrubbers on smokestacks, which will provide a significant reduction in greenhouse gas emissions. The collected carbon could be recycled into the energy system of the industrial process and closing the loop for a true "Clean Tech" Success.

We welcome business representatives to contact us to discuss further these innovation projects and any other concepts for the use of either the SG Gas or SG Gas-infused water. Please call or submit your inquiry at the Contact Us link of this website.

Extraction of Energy Stored within Carbon and Non-Carbon Based Materials

SG Gas is an ionized gas capable of oxidizing or reducing almost any material without the adverse reactions created by heat producing flames. As such, when exposing a substrate, such as either a metal or ceramic, to the SG Gas flame, very little energy is used to create a surface reaction on the substrate which takes the substrate surface to its oxidation point, thus causing melting or sublimation. Simply put, SG Gas will melt and vitrify substrates, generating high levels of heat. A less direct exposure of the SG Gas flame to a copper container filled with water, such that oxidation of the copper is avoided, will bring the water immediately to boil or generate steam for energy.

The WIT Team has spent countless hours in developing devices to prove relatively low amounts of energy needed to create SG Gas which upon exposure with the SG Gas flame, extracts intrinsic energy of other substrates. We are close to the unshakeable truth that SG Gas is a clean Alternative Energy Source that unlocks the intrinsic energy of other substrates including coal and oxidized ceramics, involving minimal environmental impacts, lower greenhouse gas emissions, and has huge global applications.

Extraction of energy stored within carbon and non-carbon based materials

Solar Energy

Although more efficient fuel cell discoveries are occurring, solar energy is inefficient in capturing the radiant potential of the sun. Less than 20% of the sun’s radiant potential is captured and upon conversion from solar DC power to AC power for household electric use in the United States, another 15% plus power loss occurs. Additionally, batteries can have another 40% loss due to power charge leakage. There are environmental concerns which surround the disposal of solar batteries, which have limited storage use.

When reviewing the current science relating to solar energy, it is clear that this technology has pitfalls, primarily with regard to the inefficient conversion of solar DC power to AC power, for U.S. consumption. With the use of a simple solar panel, sufficient energy would be prompted to create SG Gas, (*which in theory would be fairly self-sustaining after initial solar panel energy introduction), and which could then be stored and used on demand, to enhance efficient conversion and emissions reduction for all fossil fuels. Further, SG Gas can be stored and used to power a steam engine (turbine or piston), to generate AC power, without the necessity of converting from DC to AC power, or the energy losses which result from battery storage. We are working on prototype devices such that our Technology will enhance the utilization of the radiant energy captured by solar panels and create more economical and reliable energy.

Solar energy

Tar Sands

Contrary to conventional thinking, initial testing performed by the WIT Team on bitumen (the tar like substance compressed in earth which constitutes Tar Sands), SG Gas and SG Gas-infused Water effectively separated the tar from the substrate, allowing for recovery of metals, precious gems, and sand which had been pressurized underground, over time.

Our discovered process involves less heat, and reduced use of oil additives, in converting the bitumen into usable petroleum products, with the primary by-products being water and glass. This process provides a more efficient means of extracting tar, and rehydration to produce oil, with reduced pollutant contamination to surface water, habitats and groundwater supplies. The WIT Technology is also “Brown Tech” that can substantially reduce pollutant loadings in the extraction and refinement of tar and provide for recovery of valuable materials that may exceed the value of the oil itself. Our Tar Sands discoveries are a true “win-win” situation for lower processing costs, lower environmental impacts, and use of recovered materials for other industrial uses including production of glass, toward the ultimate goal of energy independence in North America.

Tar sands

Solid Waste Conversion

Waste-to-energy applications have been envisioned by the WIT Team, for some time, because of the reduction of pollutants and cleanup of landfills are drastically needed. The release of energy is immediate when solid waste is exposed to the SG Gas flame, and can be used with existing power plant technology. Since anything that is burnt with SG Gas becomes a fuel, the resulting heat will serve to run boilers, create steam, and drive generators. SG Gas performs is a similar manner as that of a plasma stream, without the expensive applications of a plasma gun and its maintenance.

The potential use of SG Gas for solid waste conversion, in theory would perform all aspects of the process including releasing energy from garbage, and turning waste into pellets for construction materials. SG Gas will enable more energy to be sold to the power system grid because SG Gas appears to unlock more energy from substrates it burns when compared to that of a plasma gun, with inorganic residues becoming mainly granular (with little or no ash), for use in construction materials or other recycled uses. Additionally, wood pellets treated with SG Gas or when SG Gas is added to air intake, exhibits more efficient burn potential for power plants. The WIT Consultation Team is available to work with solid waste businesses in retrofitting SG Gas generation into their waste streams or work with power plants using biomass pellets for improved burn efficiencies.

Solid waste conversion