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. Choose your plug type in the drop down menu below.
The product is shipped within 90 DAYS from the PAYMENT confirmation. *Actual products may differ in appearance to images shown
(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.
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. 
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.
June 2016: It has been about one month, since I connected the Magravs car unit to the car battery of my Nissan Leaf.
In the morning, after I have charged my Leaf overnight, it usually states that I have about 104km range. I live on top of the mountain at 800 meters, so when I drive down, usually the charge is still 100%, but the range states 153km. (This is because the leaf looks at your driving history and estimates, it can get a range of 150km, based on the past few kilometers driven. In fact, my actual range in the city, is about 60-80 km. Fortunately there are a lot of Nissan dealers, where you can charge for free and top up to 80% in 30 minutes, with free coffee.
I purchased my Nissan Leaf about half a year ago with 10,000km driven. Now it is almost 17000km.
On the right of the display you notice that with a full charge i.e. 12 bars, the outer line displays one point less than the inner bars, so only 11. This means that the battery can not hold the full charge anymore, but only 11 out of 12.
Well, one month of installing the Magravs did not make any difference. I will get back in a month or two, or when I notice any difference.
Although the Keshe Foundation does not yet provide the Magravs car for electric cars, I thought, I just try it out.
The best way to install the Magravs unit is to connect the positive wire directly to the car battery and the negative wire of the Magrav to the body of your car in the back of your car, e.g. the car lock of your boot. In this way, there will be a “Magrav Electric Field” that from the front of the car, all the way to the back.
I had a look at my Leaf to find a way to run a wire from the front to the back. It would be possible, to unscrew the bottom plastic cover and run the wire under this cover, but I didn’t have the tools at hand, so I opted for a simple solution to start with.
I bought a car jump starter cable for about $10.
I connected the clamps to my Magrav Car Unit.
I could cut of the rest of the jump starter cable and just use the clamps, but I left the cable as it was.
So I clamped the plus cable directly to the battery And the minus to the body of the car (see left bottom of the picture)
Running the car, it feels a bit smoother, but most likely that is imagination.
I have been running with this for a few days, but except for “smoother” feeling, the electricity depletion at the end of the day remains the same.
Of course, I will need to run with the Magrav connected for at least a month or two, before it will take effect according to the Keshe Foundation.
So, it is time to start conditioning my Magravs home unit, by plugging it into the mains.
Some people ask “Why can’t the Magravs be conditioned in the factory”. But actually, you are not conditioning the unit itself, but the wires in your house.
Just like bringing home a new puppy, we need to train the Magravs Power Unit to satisfy our energy needs, as well as to train ourselves to understand the system. This is not simply plug and play. It is plug and interplay – YOU are 1part of the whole connection! It is time for Humanity to reconnect with the energetic plasma world!
Therefore, it is crucial to nano-coat all wires in the household in a gradual and systematic manner through the Magravs Power Unit.
It is important to remember that once the Magravs Power Unit is connected and turned on, do not turn off or unplug the unit from that point onwards. It MUST keep running continuously in order for it to work effectively.
Once you have connected your Magravs Power Unit to your household socket, turn on the switch on the socket and leave the Magravs Power Unit to condition itself to electricity in the household for 3 days (Day 1 – Day 3).
1. It is important that no load be connected to the Magravs Power Unit at this time. The Magravs Power Unit will be nano-coating the wires around the socket at this time and settling into its environment.
2. Failure to follow this step may cause the unit to be rendered inoperative and therefore fall outside the scope of manufacturer’s warranty.
The plugs had to be removed, since I can not find these plugs here in the shops, to create a converter cable.
Then I connected my own plug and plugged it into the wall.
First you have to run it without a load, then after a few days, you can add a non-resistive load of maximum 20W.
The second Magravs Power unit, I purchased is the Home Power Unit.
It comes with Swiss Electric Plugs. It would be more logical if the units were shipped with standard European plugs, or British plugs. There is a printed manual included, but I found a more up to date manual on the Keshe Foundation site.
The plugs are marked manually with a marker pen, which is supposed to be the “live” or “hot” wire. This can be measured with the enclosed phase meter
I measured the electricity from the socket. The left wire is “live” and the right wire does not give any indication.
According to the manual, it is important to leave the polarisation of the Magrav Power Unit and the connected devices always the same, in order to make sure that the nano particle coating will be consistent.
Now, I will need to change the connectors on my Magravs Power Unit and start conditioning the wiring in my home. Apparently it will take several weeks before you will see some results in power saving.
I was just searching around and found an FAQ page of the Keshe Foundation:
Can I connect the Magravs Car Unit to my electric car (Tesla, Nissan Leaf, etc.)?
Monday 25th of April 2016
When one of the first power systems was developed, it was done to interface with an electric scooter and maintain the batteries so that no further recharging was required. However, since then, the home and (petrol/diesel)car units have taken priority and we are not able to say if the Magravs Car Unit will function as you expect it to in an electric car. It might, but at this time, it cannot be confirmed. In time to come, a unit OR instructions specifically for electric vehicles should be released. It would be advisable to wait until then.
I have a Nissan Leaf and a Magravs Car Power Unit. I would like to connect it with a straight connection. In the manual it states that you have to connect it to the Manifold, but Leaf is electric. Where is the best way to connect the – connector?