The RPM will be a critical component for increasing the amount of green energy on our electricity grids. Dr. Corum has pioneered a remarkable technology.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
Texzon Technologies, LLC (TEXZON), an energy company, today announced that the United States Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. Patent No. 8,716,890 for the Ring Power Multiplier (RPM), a power conditioning and energy storage device. This is the sixth patent for the NASA-tested technology that offers continuous, instantaneous power protection, a breakthrough solution for worldwide grid stability by virtue of its ability to store AC power. Additional patents are pending.
Texzon Technologies has exclusive worldwide marketing rights for the RPM technology, invented by Dr. James Corum, renowned scientist and physicist. This is the 6th awarded patent on the technology, with additional patents pending.
"The RPM will be a critical component for increasing the amount of green energy on our electricity grids," said Brigadier General (Retired) Michael W. Miller, CEO of Texzon. "Dr. Corum has pioneered a remarkable technology." In addition to stabilizing the grid, the RPM offers a practical way to accelerate the integration of renewable resources, like wind and solar - into the grid, by virtue of its ability to store AC power as real AC power at 50/60 Hz, making it instantaneously and continuously available.
About James Corum, Inventor:
Dr. Corum was cited as a "National Treasure" by The Office of the US Secretary of Defense for his work on the DARPA National Panel of Radar Experts on Ultra-Wideband Radar and Phenomenology. His electromagnetic research has been recognized by prestigious scientific organizations and professional societies around the world.
About Texzon Technologies:
Texzon Technologies (TEXZON) an energy company, was formed to explore and develop new technologies related to energy transmission and storage.
Texzon Technologies is actively working to address the following global challenges:
- 1 in 4 people have no access to electricity yet global demand is rising.
- Investment of $10 trillion (T) in power-sector infrastructure required ($4.6T Power Generation; $5.4T Transmission & Distribution) to meet demand.
- Global concerns abound regarding climate change and pollution reduction
- Weather issues cause major power failures/disturbances with current power grid structure
- Grids regionally, nationally and globally are not linked or networked; no energy synergy