A US-based firm has invented a simple, chemical powered electricity-producing cell that can be refueled in the field with minute amounts of inexpensive simple chemical fuels...including salt water. Each cell can produce up to 2 volts at 1 amp depending on the fuel. They have developed a AA or AAA battery charger that can slow charge up to six of these batteries at one time using just one of their power cells. These are small cells similar in size to a small vitamin bottle. They can also build clusters of these new cells to provide power at 2,4,6,8,10,12, 24 volts etc as required. The higher voltage versions would be more expensive of course. The cells are also field serviceable and re loadable. They are a very green product.
They believe their cells would be best suited to charging batteries for small appliances, cell phones, battery-powered lights and electric scooters etc. They are eager to help remote cultures and communities where no electricity is available. They are seeking suggestions for possible uses and wiring configurations that would appeal to the marketplace. Your input and suggestions would be greatly appreciated. If you know of a market where folks might benefit from a new technology such as this, they would like to hear from you. Please contact Mr. Walt Barrett at:
Walt Barrett President
A to Z Global Marketing Inc.
401-725-841 (US east coast time 9am to 4pm)