A working glossary of New Energy terms

Free Energy: Free energy refers to the energy that exists all around us. It is inherent within all of the atoms self-evident by the fact that even at 0 Kelvin (absolute zero), atoms do not stop vibrating. Researchers have used many terms in referring to free energy such as vacuum space energy, ether/aether, zero point energy, energy from the quantum field of potential, etc.

— New Energy Technology (NET): Technologies that utilizes free energy in its different forms in order to create abundant clean power for heating and electricity.

Coefficient of Performance (CoP): A measure of efficiency of NET that defines the ratio of output power vs. input power. NET have a CoP above 1, meaning there is greater power out than power in. Such system should be considered as "open systems" as they harness an additional source of energy.

Efficiency: Efficiency is a ratio of input power the device inputs vs. the power outputted. Efficiency can never be 100%, as there are always losses in a system. What NET do, is configure its design so that it is an open system that allows free energy to flow, without the device inputting extra energy.

Over-unity: Over-unity is a CoP above 1, where the device is producing more power than the power taken to operate it.

Broken symmetry: Broken symmetry is an important concept in New Energy because like a battery, it creates a uneven charge distribution of the ether, which allows its energy to flow through the device.