EMROD is an organization working on a new technology that can transmit energy wirelessly instead of transmitting energy through traditional copper wires.
Their technology enables wireless power transmission over long distances via electromagnetic waves, thus eliminating conventional copper wires and providing low-cost power to even the most challenging and difficult areas.
Greg Kushnir, the founder of EMROD, says the current renewable energy distribution and maintenance network is costly and troublesome, and these new wireless technologies will almost wholly solve those problems.
Kushnir added that the technology would increase power generation by 50%, reduce power outages by up to 85%, and reduce energy distribution costs by up to 65%.
The technology is already being operated in New Zealand by Powerco, New Zealand’s second-largest energy distributor. It is currently in talks to cover the African continent soon.
They point out that although the system currently being developed in New Zealand can distribute fewer kilowatts, the technology can distribute even a hundred times more energy than this amount. Tests on wireless power transmission technology go back a long way and have been researched by various scientists such as André-Marie Ampère and Nikola Tesla.
However, only the eminent scientist Nikola Tesla made some progress on this technology in 1899, but it is said that it was stopped halfway due to financial problems.
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