Quantal Energy Research

Quantal Energy Research

Quantal Energy Research

Our Organization

Quantal Energy is an independent high-tech R&D group organized around improving efficiencies of existing methods of power generation and storage in order to reduce carbon dioxide emissions. Quantal Energy is also engaged in investigating new and innovative methods of power generation from clean, universally available, inexhaustible sources. An investigation of practical application of current theory is a central part of its efforts. The research team works to contribute new insights to an evolving body of understanding through theory, computational modeling and experimentation.

In addition to being dedicated to basic research, the organization mentors volunteers who participate in research teams.


History

Quantal Energy (QE) began in 2005 as a series of private meetings by concerned citizens organized around the theme of non-conventional energy research. A number of new approaches to power generation were investigated. Funding was raised privately to commence pulsed charging of storage batteries using electromechanical pulsed charging systems. As the core team and donor base increases, the work is evolving into investigations of a solid state approach that maximizes efficiency of charging electrical energy storage systems, and is expanding to include an examination of the use of plasma discharges in the circuitry of the charging system.

QE was incorporated in the state of Massachusetts as a non-profit organization in 2006 and subsequently given 501(c)(3) scientific, educational status in 2009.