Keshe Foundation launches Magravs-Power Plasma Generator

I have not even gotten any verification that my Magrav Power yields any energy savings. In the mean time Keshe is launching a new Plasma Generator.

This is the OFF-GRID Magravs-Power Plasma Generator!

Magravs-Power Plasma Generators are now on sale as per the 118th Knowledge Seeker Workshop.

The system was shown powering multiple appliances with no support from the main power grid of the house. It was advised, during the workshop, that the systems have a maximum output of 3 KW. It is not within warranty to go beyond the maximum, however, independent testing is encouraged.

More information can be found on the 118th Knowledge seekers workshop, and provided when more information is available via this page.

The offered version is CE certified. 2 Years Warranty.
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The product is shipped within 90 DAYS from the PAYMENT confirmation.
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€1800.00

(plus shipping & taxes)

It is definitely not cheap. If you calculate that the tax must be 20% and shipping on top of that the price comes to € 2,274.80
It is supposed to be running without a power source. Here is Mehran Keshe explaining it in a video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9M63KSuylk

HomeBiogas: A Biogas System That Turns Food Waste into Energy

Just stumbled upon this interesting technology.
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Picture of HomeBioGas System

By Anna Scanlon, contributor for NaturalSociety.com

An Israeli company, HomeBioGas, has created a portable machine that turns food waste into renewable energy for cooking or electricity, and its byproduct can even be used as plant fertilizer. [1]

HomeBiogas – Turn Your Waste into Energy

The machine, which is temporarily available for $995, is part of an initiative to help create more sustainable energy as well as provide electricity and gas for cooking in parts of the world where it is spotty or lacking. The machine is also portable, and can be easily packed up and moved, which makes it a fantastic invention for those without a permanent home looking to provide electricity and gas to temporary shelters.

It differs from other compost in that it not only accepts plants, but also meat, dairy, fats, oils, and even used kitty litter. The machine will compost it and release biogas to the tune of about 6 kilowatt hours of energy. This gives individuals using the HomeBioGas enough gas for about three hours of cooking.