Third Electro Energy Technology
The Third Electro Energy Technology (3EET) is a proposal of a new technology for a third electric power transmission system – The Needle Impulses Signal Theory.
Direct Current Needle Impulse Current Alternating Current
The Third Electro Energy Technology (3EET) is based on Paul Dirac's "Comb Theory" that describes the characteristics and behavior of a group of electrons – the electric current.
Our Needle Impulse Signal Theory emulates Dirac's Comb Theory in practical application. In order to generate needle impulses, we built an integrated electronic circuitry called a Generator of Needle Impulses (GoNI).
The GoNI module acts as an interface between the electrical load and the power source. The GoNI module can be installed into an electrical appliance and convert its original current, whether direct (DC) or alternating (AC), into direct or alternating needle impulse (NIdc or NIac respectively).
Electrical consumption can be dramatically reduced in a device using the GoNI module without affecting the performance of the appliance. Moreover, efficiency can be increased while maintaining original power consumption.
The Needle Impulses Signal Theory is divided into two distinct, but interconnected units.
Third Electro Energy Technology (3EET)
3EET is a hypothesis that addresses the complex problem of approximate generation and digitalization of Dirac's Needle Impulse function. 3EET is a complete blueprint. It encompasses current, as well as future practical solutions that have been and will be derived from it. The 3EET hypothesis has been presented to members of the scientific community in Europe, the United States and Asia. There was consensus that the theory is sound.
Third Electro Energy Applications (3EEA)
3EEA's are potential products intended for the marketplace. There are 25 distinct scientific research projects based on 3EET, and the number is expected to grow to 60 and beyond. As scientific research projects are finished and proven, the credibility of the 3EET is strengthened.