A Breakthrough in Energy Technology Using only Water or Air as Fuel

An EnergiCell comprises of two components: casing and electrodes.

The primary fuel source is the H2O molecule found in air and in water.

Inside the EnergiCell plasma is created from the fuel source.

Within the plasma the atoms are ionized (separated into ions). The recombination of the ions under high temperatures and pressures releases electromagnetic energy primarily in the form of light (photons).

Using the company’s proprietary intellectual property, including patent and patent applications, the amount of energy released is significantly greater than used to form the plasma.

There are two other key components that connect to the EnergiCell. A high voltage power supply unit and a pump to fuel and cool the EnergiCell.

The ENG8 EnergiCell Development

ENG8 overcame five major challenges faced in the development of cost effective, stably operating EnergiCells:

The Genesis of ENG8 and the EnergiCell

Independent Validation

An EnergiCell was first independently validated in the UK in December 2020 by Dr. Robert Morgan from Brighton University.

The independent validation showed that 1.8 x more energy in the form of heat was released than from the electricity used to power the EnergiCell. The CoP being 1.8.

In November 2022, independent validation in Portugal by WWW.IEP.PT, a nationally accredited independent inspection agency (Electrical Technical Institute of Portugal), showed 2x more energy in the form of heat was released than the electricity used to power the EnergiCell.

It is planned to test an EnergiCell by the end of Q3 2023 with a CoP above 5.

Above CoP 5, the EnergiCell is releasing enough energy to not only power itself but to also export heat and electricity.

It is planned to independently validate an EnergiCell by the end of Q4 2023 that is self powering and exports heat and electricity.

An EnergiCell CHP Plant

The schematic on the left shows the main components of the EnergiCell Combined Heat & Power (CHP) plant, configured for commercial and industrial use.

Key Components

1. Power supply unit up to 25KV
3.EnergiCell pump
5.Back Pressure Regulator
6.Reciprocating engine or turbine
7.Alternator AC 240V
8.25KVA Generator up to 50KV
9.250 Litre Hot water Tank and Heat Exchanger
10.Condenser pump

Patent application for the system as detailed, submitted in February 2021 and 2023.

Intellectual Property

As the owners of the breakthrough technology, ENG8 has a thorough IPR protection and exploitation strategy.

  • First key patent has been applied for in December 2019 (UK and Netherlands) and in January 2020 at the WIPO (PCT/EP2020/084425 filed 3 December 2021 with priority date 11 December 2019 ). This has now been filed in multiple countries.
  • A second, very comprehensive, patent has been applied for in February 2021 to protect all know-how related to the development of the EnergiCell during 2020. Second patent filed at WIPO (PCT/GB2022/0504 73 with priority date 19 February 2021).
  • A patent application was filed in February 2023 to include numerous claims from developments in 2021 and 2022.

ENG8 is registering its IPR rights in all major markets. ENG8 has engaged consultants and advisors with the highest level of industry experience to protect and exploit our IPR, including:

  • Dr Joanna Thurston at Withers Rogers (UK) – leading intellectual property attorneys
  • Greg Sachs at VPS and Greg Sachs Associates – patent attorneys
  • Joel Barry at Brandsmiths – leading IPR law firm
  • Donal O’Connell – IPR consultant, former Director of IP at Nokia and VP of R&D at Nokia, Professor of IP at Imperial College Business School, London

All patent rights, IPR, trade secrets, the confidential information, copyrights and trademarks to the EnergiCell technology have been novated to ENG8 International Limited.

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