Steorn is pleased to announce that public demonstrations of its controversial Orbo technology has begun in Dublin and continue for the next six weeks.
Orbo technology, which has been in development for six years, provides free, clean and constant energy at the point of use. It can be engineered to power anything from a phone to a fridge to a car. It is controversial because it is an “over-unity” technology, meaning that it produces more energy than it consumes without the degradation of its constituent parts. This is an apparent violation of the Law of Conservation of Energy, which states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed. The implications, not just for energy production but for society as a whole, are profound.
The public demonstrations – which include live test and replication sessions - take place in the Waterways Visitor Centre, Grand Canal Basin, Dublin. They began on 15th December 2009 and will run until 31st January 2010 (with a break between December 24th and January 4th, inclusive). The demonstrations are also streamed live at www.steorn.com.
“This is a pivotal moment for the company,” said Sean McCarthy, Steorn CEO, “and potentially, for us as a species. There exists now an opportunity to change everything. At the end of the six week demonstration period, developers will be able to access our technology and start the process of developing Orbo technology-powered products. The Waterways demonstration is the beginning of the Orbo revolution.”
For more info, demonstration videos and livestreams goto Steorn.com