ET has invested, and continues to invest, heavily in advanced research and development (R&D) related to disruptive power generation and energy storage technologies. Our generations of Specialty Engineers have nearly a quarter millenia of combined R&D in New Energy Solutions. Their lifetime of commitment has granted us power generation and energy storage solutions unlike anything else commercially available; offering all of the benefits, yet none of the drawbacks associated with conventional technologies. ET's New Energy Solutions predominantly focus on a highly efficient size, weight, and power (SWaP) approach that are uninterruptible, silent running, have zero carbon emissions or other pollutants, are not reliant upon environmental conditions nor dependent upon fuel (purchasing/storage/transportation), have maintenance free operating periods (MFOP) in excess of 30,000 hours, are modular and scalable.

Performance characteristics of Existential Technology Power Generation Systems (ET-PGS©), both Mechanical and Solid-State technologies, can most succinctly be described as nonlinear and non-equilibrium or dissipative systems and structures. A nonlinear system because a change of the output power in ET-PGS© is not proportionate to the change of the input power. A non-equilibrium or dissipative system because ET-PGS© are open systems (as found in nature), which are not in thermodynamic equilibrium, and exchange both energy and matter with their environment. Lastly, a dissipative structure because ET-PGS© characteristics are unchanging over time with spontaneous appearances of symmetry breaking and the formation of complex structures. The performance characteristics are easily recognized through both short, as well as long-term observation and graphing of ET-PGS©.

ET’s Mechanical power generation devices have over one half century of R&D invested.
ET’s Solid-State devices range from nearly two decades, to over one half century of R&D invested.