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FREE Renewable Energy, Gravity Fed, Green Electricity Generating Machine

A FREE {solar lights}, Gravity Fed, Green Electricity Generating Machine. The initial thoughts on a perpetual motion – Gravity Fed Electricity Generation Device. A Series of videos to show which theories work best or not at all!? Stay Tuned.
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Here is the intro to the {solar lights}, Gravity Fed Green Electricity Generating Machine Build. That’s a mouthful! Can I do it? Watch this series of videos to see. 🙂 Tell me your concepts as I build this device, ill tru them to see who is right and who is wrong, to settle this once and for all.
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15 Comments on "FREE Renewable Energy, Gravity Fed, Green Electricity Generating Machine"

  1. Hey Andrew I'm following you now. Got very interested because I see great potential in this setup. Let me know if there is any progress and keep it up.

  2. I think you're describing what happens in a grandfather clock.

  3. I made it myself thanks to INPLIX website

  4. smde1 says:

    There is actually a lot of work going on that attempts to use gravity as a force to generate electrical energy. Some ideas are simple and for personal use others are grid-scale for utility scale use. Check out my facebook page titled : Gravity Escapements, Getting Off the Grid

  5. smde1 says:

    If you had a pneumatic pressurized system that was pre-charged in advance to have enough air pressure to raise the weight and the lowering of the weight would add additional pressure that would be used to raise the weight back up to the top then the system would more or less self sustaining.

  6. smde1 says:

    As recently as the late 1960's in the USA – many of the very remote lighthouses were powered by gravity driven clock motors that were manually rewound by the lighthouse keepers. This was, at that time, the best off-grid power alternative. It is reliable, robust and relatively easy to make and repair if needed. If you want to design an off-grid power source it would be a very good point of departure to start at the most recently used off-grid power source.

  7. I am sure you can still buy handbook with all info you need on INPLIX. Just google it.

  8. Hi Andrew, it's great to see some efforts.. I've been working on such a project discretely over the years.. I think I'm close to it.. Contact me if interested..

  9. philip leigh says:

    Why not use a liquid weight, switched when the weight reaches the bottom so that it refills the top container. The pump could be connected to a battery that is recharged as the generator is working

  10. Bizo Bloka says:

    Great challenge… these sort of things keep me loving life on planet earth. Thanks for your post bro.

  11. Jesse Reiter says:

    You will not build what you want but you will build some thing of what will drive you insane because the brain plays tricks and makes it seem possible. Try cold fusion instead because it works and its not free energy. 

  12. Aceman307 says:

    This is going to be my next project. I have not decided on a spring loaded device or a gravity run device.I have a couple of ideas on tackling some of the problems. As far as resetting the device I would imagine all the energy produced would be lost in resetting the device. I dont believe in over unity. But with that being said I do believe in building ultra efficient machines. Another thought would be setting 4 or 5 say bowling balls on a track on your roof as one weight went through its cycle another would start again falling to the ground. Maybe on some kind of conveyor setup. Interested in following your progress.

  13. magna59 says:

    Bike gears / bits are at least relatively cheap . Try and get mid range stuff , the low end stuff is often so cheaply made , that you spend all time adjusting & righting to get round the low standard of manufacture . If you build it to last any time , try and get chain guard on it , not to stop fingers getting in but to keep effeciancy up / dust out . & if you can get it tight fitting , may be even use light oil , watch type oil , to keep friction low . WD40 , not good as a lub , but good for washing dirt & dust out of parts & derv ( diesel ) / paraffin ( kerosign ) works well in this area also .
    If you want to think of how elec industry does it ( to allow for not wanting to turn off base load machines ( expensive / effectively impossible to close down & start up  ) think of the domestic storage heater ( they sell you the power cheap to get shot of it & keep the equipment running ) & then think of pump storage, 
    these systems work well , 'cos the potential energy storage is cheap ( ie water ) but is lossy , water to pipe friction . So , you may find that a weight & a clock type escapment may be a better system to use . I was apprenticed to the company who made the generators for the Dinorwig one ( GEC Rugby ) . At the moment the Environment agency have to projects , to test / evaluate wind driven & solar units to "lift" water . The wind units use a vertical turbine & the solar ( very sletchy info ) sound like it used solar to drive a Sterling engine type structure . Keep happy . Regards Bob ( London UK ) 

  14. magna59 says: 
    Andi , go and look at old church clocks The things , gears / cables you talk of are all loss , chain / tooth belt loose in the region 1/3 . Do I know anything , using X Ford Escort alternator & bicycle , appx 200 watts in 60 watts out , a combination of bike transmission & fan belt & alternator lost the 140 watts . If you have spare energy , may be a good method to get a storage buffer , but don't think it's zero point , 'cos I percieve you will be sadly dissapointed . Good luck , but don t hold your breath ! 

  15. Keep it up man. Always glad to see a mad scientist at work lol

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