Wireless electrical transmission is not only a possibility, it's a present reality
Quantum Wave is working to deliver electrical power around the world safely, efficiently and reliably through its proprietary wave guide technology. Our systems produce an electromagnetic wave using the surface of the earth and the air as a dielectric guide across the entire planet. This means that electricity can be transmitted great distances without the loss of signal associated with standard Norton ground wave propagation. As a result, it may soon be possible to wirelessly transmit megawatts of electricity anywhere around the world.
Global Transmission Tower, Quantum Wave Research and Development Facility
Quantum Wave technology creates a safe electromagnetic field allowing the efficient transmission of electrical energy. Transmission probes launch the guide wave from anywhere power can be generated. Then, wireless receivers are placed anywhere power is needed. For example, a transmission tower can be placed next to a geothermal power generation plant in Iceland. Through Quantum Wave technology now in development, that energy may sometime soon be able to be transmitted directly to receivers in southern Africa, or any other location globally.
Our proprietary technology, backed by hundreds of issued patents, provides a new means of safe, clean, and efficient power delivery regardless of the generated power source. Our systems are designed to transmit electricity generated from solar, geothermal, wind, natural gas, clean coal, hydroelectric, nuclear and hydrogen based systems.
Our technology promises to make energy more accessible, more mobile, safer, and more reliable. As a key benefit, our technology is unaffected by lightning, geomagnetic disturbances, solar flares or electromagnetic pulses (EMP) such as those generated by a nuclear blast. And unlike traditional electrical distribution systems dependent on wires and transformers that are vulnerable to physical attack and to cascading failures during peak power usage, wireless electrical delivery is designed to be virtually impervious to these threats.
Regarding safety, the field intensities generated are expected to be less than one percent of the current ANSI standards for safe radio frequency transmissions.