Genesys, LLC announces a major breakthrough In energy technology with the granting of U.S. Patent, 7,384,619, assigned to Bar-Gadda, LLC and licensed to Genesys, LLC. This unique technology called RET (radiant energy transfer) has the potential to eliminate global warming as well as provide Inexpensive, renewable hydrogen from water. Water has the highest concentration of hydrogen of any known, stable, non-carbon substance. RET requires little energy In order to generate hydrogen from water. RET operates at room temperature, is scaleable and carbon neutral. The principle of this technology relies on the unique properties of the oxygen-hydrogen bond. By using electromagnetic radiation tuned to the O·H bond energy, RET breaks the bond with a minimal amount of energy. The rate of hydrogen production using this technology far exceeds that of electrolytic processes. The RET process generates its own electricity whereas electrolysis must obtain electrical energy from external sources, such as fossil fuels, to operate. The capital costs associated with RET are envisioned to be much smaller than with electrolysis process equipment.

The RET technology has been under development for nearly five years. The equipment can be retrofitted on the exhaust of a steam turbine to produce both electricity and hydrogen. Waste steam is commonly condensed in power plants and the energy contained in it is removed, accounting for more than half of the original energy lost. By applying this technology to a conventional power plant, it is possible to increase the efficiency of a power plant by generating hydrogen from the waste steam, thereby utilizing almost all of the original energy of the steam.

Geothermal heat can be used to generate hydrogen from water using RET technology. Geothermal heat is plentiful, renewable, and non-polluting. It is estimated that the United States has the equivalent in geothermal heat of 60,000 times the energy consumption today. A large potential source of geothermal heat is abandoned oil wells. There are approximately 350,000 abandoned oil wells in the United States alone. The RET technology needs only a small fraction of that to satisfy all of the U.S. energy needs for the foreseeable future. By injecting water (seawater, or wastewater) down the well, steam is created to generate both electricity and hydrogen. The electricity is used to assist the RET process and the hydrogen is generated from the waste steam as it exhausts from the turbine. Old oil fields can be recycled to generate hydrogen in large quantities without the need to drill new geothermal wells.

Other sources of renewable heat include solar and biomass. RET can also be powered from hydroelectric and wind sources.

RET technology is the ONLY cost effective solution that: