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Middlesex, NJ (MY9NJ) - LPP Fusion is housed in a little garage on Lincoln Boulevard in Middlesex, New Jersey and this company has a lot to offer. Inside the facility is an experiment in progress that if successful, could light over 3,000 homes in New Jersey.

Eric Lerner, LPP Fusion Chief Scientist discussed what is going on inside the garage.

“What we are doing here is a scientific experiment to prove the feasibility of the only clean energy source we know of that will cut energy cost by about 90%,” he said.

LPP Fusion is a small mom-and-pop organization and they are creating plasma fusion, which is an energy source that creates an exponential amount of energy.

“We call the process focus fusion, this is a form of fusion energy. It’s the same energy that gives the light and the heat to the stars, it’s really the power that drives the universe,” Lerner explained.

The lab is comparable to a B-movie science fiction spaceship or time machine. Inside, wires are covered in tinfoil and there is a paper towel roll connecting different parts of the experiment.

The lab uses hydrogen and boron plasma that heats up to 1.8 billion degrees, 200x the heat of center of the sun. It is eco-friendly and doesn’t include radiation. The only other energy source that this can be compared to is nuclear fission, which has high levels of security around its production. Lerner assured that the entire experiment is completely safe.

“It produces a beam of charged particles which can be captured with a hi-tech transformer,” Lerner explained.

Currently, there are approximately 40 other labs working on this type of energy, but LLP is completely different from the rest. This lab operates on 1/1000th the budget of the huge government funded projects.

Lerner proudly stated that they are extremely close to being able to get these units into everyday operations around the world.


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