Saving Energy

People like Amory Lovins of the Rocky Mountain Institute are working extremely hard to promote this type of free energy. And, doing a great job of coming up with solutions that achieve energy efficiency. We’ll be including addresses to reach people like Mr Lovins as we continue to upgrade this website.

Electricity is often used in places that some other technology would be better fitted. And electricity is often used in machines that have poor efficiency designs.


Energy Conserver Method being testedAt Eagle-Research these issues must be addressed, because we want practical free energy for ourselves. One of the prime aspects of practical is cost.


The first cost is building, operation, and maintenance of the machines that gather, convert and store our electricity. This cost has it’s own design considerations of course, but here we are concerned only with how large this cost will be. This is a direct relationship to how much electrical power we require.

So the second cost is finding ways and getting the equipment that will achieve our power requirements using the least possible amount of electricity. This may seem fairly obvious, but I assure you that it is difficult to do in our energy rich society. I find many more examples of using electricity to cut equipment design costs than I find of using equipment design to cut electrical costs.

Proper design right from the ground up allows independent power producers to meet their energy needs with the least amount of cash out of pocket to build AND maintain their power system. The ‘design’ takes into account that the power system should be as transparent as possible for the people using it; convienient, reliable and low maintenance.

Energy Conserver return pulse is greater than initial pulseEagle-Research uses every conventional way possible to save electricity by increasing efficiency. But we also concentrate on finding ‘unconventional’ ways to get as much work as possible out of a given amount of electricity.

The Energy Conserver Method actually shows that it is possible to ‘recycle’ electricity. We’ve done it and now you can too, with the ENERGY CONSERVER Books 1 and 2.