4 Key Steps to Prove Bottom Line Impact of Efficiency & Sustainability

| December 11, 2017

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For any energy efficiency plan to work, it must have top-level commitment. “Nothing is going to happen without early buying at the executive level because down the line, everyone is going to focus on what they perceive is important to their own supervisors and the goals they’ve been given

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Brilliant Light Power; Inc

Brilliant Light Power, Inc is the inventor of a new primary energy source with applications to heating, distributed and central power generation, and motive power. It is based on a new chemical process of releasing the latent energy of the hydrogen atom, the BlackLight Process, with the formation of a prior undiscovered form of hydrogen called "hydrino." This breakthrough in solid fuel chemistries that is very efficient at liberating energy from forming hydrinos, and the Company believes that this breakthrough will result in a reduction in the commercialization timeline for products utilizing the BlackLight Process. Importantly, the Company has shown that these solid fuels can be thermally regenerated. Thus, the Company believes that continuous generation of power liberated by forming hydrinos is commercially feasible using simplistic and efficient systems that concurrently maintain regeneration as part of the thermal energy balance. The system is closed except that only hydrogen con

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This electricity sector strategy could save wallets and ecosystems

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Brilliant Light Power; Inc

Brilliant Light Power, Inc is the inventor of a new primary energy source with applications to heating, distributed and central power generation, and motive power. It is based on a new chemical process of releasing the latent energy of the hydrogen atom, the BlackLight Process, with the formation of a prior undiscovered form of hydrogen called "hydrino." This breakthrough in solid fuel chemistries that is very efficient at liberating energy from forming hydrinos, and the Company believes that this breakthrough will result in a reduction in the commercialization timeline for products utilizing the BlackLight Process. Importantly, the Company has shown that these solid fuels can be thermally regenerated. Thus, the Company believes that continuous generation of power liberated by forming hydrinos is commercially feasible using simplistic and efficient systems that concurrently maintain regeneration as part of the thermal energy balance. The system is closed except that only hydrogen con

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