Professor Robert Morgan independently verified the tests carried out at EnergyNetiq's site on the 4th December 2020. The full report can be obtained by writing to the CEO at
Report extract below
"Summary of Report on Witness Testing of the EnergyNetiQ Ltd on 4th December 2020"
"EnergyNetiQ Ltd have developed a device that converts electricity to heat. It is claimed more heat is generated than the electricity supplied via an undisclosed process. EnergyNetiQ requested a witness test to verify the heat to electrical power (Q/P) ratio achieved by a prototype device. This short report summarises the results of a witnessed test on the 4th December 2020. Key observations were:
1. The experimental set up and instrumentation were basic but entirely appropriate for a proof of concept test rig of this type
2. The device was operated without incident for one hour and shut down on completion of the agreed tests
3. Analysis of the data showed a ratio of heat produced to electricity supplied (Q/P) of 1.33 to 1.84"
Professor Morgan joined the University of Brighton in 2011 after 20 years in industry, working in the automotive and energy industries. He has worked on several model year programmes taking automotive technology to market at Ricardo. He built and lead the engineering team at Ceres Power, delivering the first compact fuel cell powered micro CHP demonstrator. Before joining the university, he was appointed Chief Technical Officer at Highview Power and lead the development of the companies novel liquid air energy storage technology and building of the a grid connected pilot plant at Slough. He has published over 70 peer reviewed articles and secured over £5M of research income since joining the university.
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