Near-Zero Emission PROTEUS System

The Proteus system uses the efficient, patented counterpoise engine as the prime mover in a new micro generator system that is one-third in size consuming half the fuel for the same power output. It spins our generator to provide electricity that recharges the battery packs. Fuel use reduction for the same level of power is conservation and it’s the first step toward a zero-carbon future of transportation.

LoopGen Charging: The Next Revolution

While the idea of perpetual motion is usually far-fetched, we decided to get as close to it as is possible, and that’s what our LoopGen generator system accomplishes. Our patent pending system borrows from the best electric generator systems ever invented. From locomotive engines to regenerative braking system, and adds novel generators, circuitry and software which are managed by artificial intelligence to regulate the recharging of our vehicle’s battery packs. The result is a method of operating an electric vehicle or electric bike that does not require plug-in charging to replenish the battery packs. The trade-off is the need to re-condition the battery packs once or twice per year.

The ability for consumers to choose electric transportation without the inconvenience of plug-in charging will lead to wide adoption of electric transportation at a rapid pace, and we won’t have to wait for the buildout of public charging stations. This is a technology that will have impact in every corner of the world. We plan to debut our first prototyped vehicles using this new technology before summer 2022.


Convenience Leads to Adoption

The biggest contribution we can make to society is to entice consumers to demand only electric vehicles because they are truly cheaper to own, carbon free, and more convenient. Our new E4 is the vehicle to launch the next revolution of electric-drive without the need for plug-in recharging. From this starting point we can drive carbon emissions from the transportation sector down dramatically, which is the number one contributor to green-house gas emissions.

Electric Grid & Rare Earth Use Reduction

Our recharging technology works equally well using lead-acid batteries compared to lithium-ion batteries, or any other battery technology. This will reduce our need for rare earth materials and the political implications attached to their extraction. The electric grid wastes 15%-30% of every kilowatt hour it transmits, but our LoopGen technology could become a critical component in the global climate fight. Just think of all the bikes in India being electric drive and not requiring plug-in recharging. The impact becomes clear.