Michael Starzak  





Both solar and wind energies are converted to electrical energy  using a patented device that moves electrolytic fluid rather than electrons for the conversion.  The device is constructed mostly of plastic for both competitive cost and ease of manufacture.

Both the electrolytic solution and the capillaries for  its flow are optimized to obtain the most energy produced by solar radiation induced expansion of the solution or wind flow over a surface to produce a pressure differential. A major goal is a hybrid device that converts both solar and wind energy.

A solar energy prototype is presently being analyzed and research now centers on the transition from both a theoretical construct and the prototype  to a commercially viable unit.


Michael Starzak,  the company president and owner of the intellectual property,  is a retired professor of  biophysical chemistry

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