In the slide show on the LHS is a number of photos of my family, my house and me - Simon Cope.
My House Is Powered By The Sun...
You will see that one of the photos shows my house with photovoltaic modules on the roof. I was the first person in suburban Auckland to run their house 100% off solar electric modules (PVs / photovoltaics)... and sell my excess electricity back to the Auckland electric power company at retail price!
So obviously I am passionate about the field of renewable energy and have had many people approach me over the years who claim to have created unity energy machines through to running their car 100% off water. Believe it or not, but the people who ran their car 100% off water disappeared off the face of New Zealand before I could talk to them and verify their technology was true... this was before the dawning of the internet and being able to spread the word BEFORE someone took a dislike to your upsetting the status quo... No that is not B.S!
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I Looked At All The Claims Of Running Your Car On 100% Water To See If It's Really Possible Or Not...
When you look closely at such 100% water driven technology (and I have done a lot of research and investigation since 1991), the conclusion I came to is that one ends up spending more $$ than you will ever recoup in your lifetime of driving your car using 100% petrol. (i.e. why bother!)
So, the method I came across and recommend for powering your car with water that will save you cost of fuel is to make your own low-cost hybrid car that will run on water AND petrol, thereby saving you huge costs you would have spent using only petrol.
In other words - Hydrogen-On-Demand system - where you run your car on Hydrogen WHEN you need it!
Note that I am not saying you should build a car from scratch that will run on water. Not at all. This instead is about constructing simple devices that will enable your car to run on water as well as petrol.
You don't have to alter your car make-up or get a new car. The technology can work with almost any car or truck.
In simple words, this technology involves putting together home-made devices that use a little electricity out of your car's battery to separate water into a gas called HHO (2 Hydrogen + 1 Oxygen). HHO, also known as Brown's Gas or Hydroxy, burns beautifully and by so doing provides TONS of energy.
And the most remarkable beauty is that this HHO gas is even much more potent than petrol. In fact 3 times more potent than petrol.
By using such a hybrid system in your car right here in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch or wherever you live in New Zealand - you effectively save money that would have been spent on fuel for your car. It is estimated that this could save you as much as $897.40 per year. If you are two, three or four drivers in the family, this yearly savings increases dramatically. And what if you have a fleet of 50 drivers in your company? Then your yearly savings will multiply to $44,870.
First things first... this isn't about running your car on 100% water. Of course there are information available about running your car on 100% water but I don't recommend them because they are not only complicated but seriously expensive and completely unpredictable.
As of July '08 I am getting a 20.6% savings on my petrol bill using this system in my Honda CRV - however I need other Kiwi New Zealanders to experiment with this technology in their cars and trucks. If you are a hobbist or have an enquirying mind, why not give this a go and see what results you can achieve? Purchase a HHO generator here in Auckland, New Zealand for you car by clicking here and then lets see what results you get. Hear from you soon!
So Where Can You Get Your Hands On This Information?
Anyway, with the advent of the internet, I have started to explore this technology again - especially when the price of petrol here in Auckland, New Zealand started heading towards $2 dollars a litre! (And now over that and some!)