A presentation for investors, philanthropic institutions, & individuals
USCL corporation (parent entity)
At the current rate of communication & learning, within the next 20 years, mankind will have virtually unlimited powers.
What Role Will EnergyCite® Play?
An extraordinary confluence of science & technologies is happening NOW
Together they will give mankind extraordinary powers
The missing element is:
EnergyCite® will play a transformational role
in solving the long-term need for unlimited energy
Today’s worldwide instant communications, ability for anyone to access unlimited information, and prolific international travel has exposed a worldwide problem and created an enormous opportunity. The problem is producing enough energy so all people in the world can live happy productive lives and thrive. Learn more here
EnergyCite® will provide the solution by teaching the world the need to get this done and unlocking the secret leading to the commercialization of clean safe energy production for generations to come.
Who are USCL and EnergyCite®?
Learn about our background
Why USCL and EnergyCite®?
Who What When Where & How
USCL Patented Technology
US Granted Patents:
8,306,668 November 6, 2012
8,639,390 January 28, 2014
Patents also granted in China, EU and Israel
Since energy is the crucial link to solve the world’s most difficult problems, USCL has focused first on the Smart Meter & Grid consumer interface, because it is the fastest and least expensive way to reduce energy consumption and decrease security risk.
- Utility billing system + smart meter + home & mobile energy display/control devices/apps
- In-home presentation of electricity consumption, cost and bill
- Interconnection of smart appliances
- Interconnection of smart thermostat
- EV charging station
- Future home automation devices (Internet of Things)
- Subscriber side utility billing & “pay as you go.”
- Partnering in the EnergyCite® consortium insulates investors and partners from the realities of politics, and protects any current government green energy economic and tax advantages they may have today.
- Large utilities will embrace this for the following factual reasons as shown on the following two charts:
Plasma-Jet-Driven Magneto-Inertial-Fusion (PJMIF) was originally conceived in the late 1990s by Dr. Y. C. Francis Thio at NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (MSFC), where he initiated a R&D program in PJMIF. After Thio joined the Department of Energy’s (DOE) Office of Fusion Energy Sciences in late 2002, development of PJMIF was quickly expanded under Thio’s program leadership with DOE sponsorship. This included further system and modeling studies (at several institutions), further plasma-jet-technology development (at HyperV Technologies Corp. led by Dr. F. Douglas Witherspoon), and, in 2009, the initiation of the Plasma Liner Experiment (PLX) at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL). In all cases, the PJMIF-related funding awards were made after competitive peer review conducted by DOE.
With Dr. Scott C. Hsu as principal investigator, PLX is the experimental facility for developing a suitable plasma-liner compression driver for PJMIF. The vacuum chamber shown above, with Dr. Hsu (2nd from left) standing next to Tom and Jeremy Tamarkin (3rd and 4th from left) along with two other LANL employees, was transferred from MSFC to LANL in 2010.
PJMIF is unique among low-cost magneto-inertial fusion concepts (e.g., compared to General Fusion or Helion) in having both reactor-friendly attributes (i.e., non-destructive liner compression enabling high shot rate and attractive power-plant economics) and high implosion velocity for overcoming plasma-target thermal-loss rates (an Achilles heel in 60+ years of controlled-fusion research). Led by LANL and HyperV Technologies Corp., the PJMIF effort was recently one of just nine projects selected for funding by ARPA-E’s new ALPHA program, which is aimed at seeding potentially transformative, low-cost, and high-shot-rate development pathways to economical fusion power. An objective of ARPA-E is to partner the PJMIF team with private investors for aggressive PJMIF development during or beyond the ALPHA program.