Invention Enables Increased Renewable Generation on Electricity Grids
Texzon Utilities announces 4th patent for invention that stores AC power as real AC power, making it the first and only AC battery.
(PRWEB) June 28, 2013
The Technology Development Division of Texzon Utilities (Texzon), an energy company, announced that the Australian Patent and Trademark Office issued Patent No. 2006216973 for the Ring Power Multiplier (RPM), a power conditioning and energy storage device. The RPM is a NASA-tested technology that offers continuous, instantaneous power protection, a breakthrough solution for worldwide grid stability by virtue of its ability to store AC power.
Texzon has exclusive worldwide marketing rights for the RPM technology, invented by Dr. James Corum, renowned scientist and physicist. This is the 4th awarded patent on the technology, with additional patents pending.
"The RPM will be a critical component for increasing the amount of green energy on our electricity grids," said General Mike Miller, Texzon CEO. "Dr. Corum has pioneered a remarkable technology." In addition to stabilizing the grid, the RPM offers a practical way to accelerate the integration of renewable resources, like wind and solar – into the grid, by virtue of its ability to store AC power as real AC power at 50/60 Hz, making it instantaneously and continuously available.
About James Corum, Inventor:
Dr. Corum was cited as a "National Treasure" by The Office of the US Secretary of Defense for his work on the DARPA National Panel of Radar Experts on Ultra-Wideband Radar and Phenomenology. His electromagnetic research has been recognized by prestigious scientific organizations and professional societies around the world.
Texzon is one of the nation’s leading aggregators of electricity. Texzon was recognized in Entrepreneur Magazine as one of the "Hot 100" Fastest Growing Businesses in America. Inc. Magazine also listed Texzon as a top 20 energy company in "The Inc. 500." Texzon currently operates in Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Illinois and New Jersey. Texzon is also a developer of CHP (Combined Heat & Power) projects in U.S. markets.
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