New Energy

"There is no energy in matter except that absorbed from the medium" - Nikola Tesla

What is New Energy?

New energy or "free" energy, is the surplus output of a device. Fossil fuel plants and solar panels convert power in (combustion or sunlight) to power out (watts of electricity) at less than 100% performance. New Energy Technologies (NET) amplify or transmute the power in to get more than 100% out, using innovative sources such as water and magnets.

This new class of innovative energy technologies spans several disciplines, from chemistry and physics, to electrical, electronic and mechanical engineering. What sets these advanced designs apart is their ability to access the vacuum energy of space, that is available everywhere.  Their performance invites us to see Space itself as the repository of near-infinite energy. 'New Energy' connotes a range of technologies that will be used to power our homes, cars, and revolutionize our social and economic systems.


Types of New Energy Technologies

Electromagnetic motors 

  • When an electrical current passes through an inductor (such as a coil wire) a magnetic field is created. This magnetic field can induce an additional source of voltage when sudden changes in the flow of current are attempted, also known as back EMF. Electromagnetic motors use this additional voltage to do work.

Permanent magnet motors

  • By creating a 'broken symmetry' or polarizing the uniform vacuum energy into non-equilibrium, similarly to a battery, a stream of free energy flows into the device.


  • When treated with resonant frequencies, the atomic components of water can unbond themselves and 'free up' hydrogen to use for electricity


  • When gas becomes energized enough to be ionized, it becomes plasma. Plasma has electromagnetic properties that can be used for useful work. One example is cavitation: the collapse of microscopic bubbles that release immense energy through light and shockwaves.

Low Energy Nuclear Reactions (LENR)

  • LENR is the process of harnessing the energy intrinsic in spinning atoms such as copper and iron. These spinning atoms when placed in a magnetic field vibrate at their resonant frequency and will transmute and release energy in the process. That energy can be used for heating and to conduct electricity.

Learn more deeply

In different ways, all of these technologies tap into free energy. Read more about each here!