Tilley Technology Coverage
Tilley technology: claimed to be endless charger that
cranks out up to 10 kw to keep battery pack fully charged. Claimed that
variations could be applied to an electric automobile, a house, a shop, a store,
a hospital, a truck refrigeration system, or even a cell phone. Ends up
being a fraud.
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Plans Week-Long Home Power Test for Free-Energy Generator - At
least six qualified energy professionals will go to a remotely located
modular home and garage that are powered exclusively by the Tilley
Home Power system, to test the system for at least seven days, to
verify that the fuelless technology works as claimed. (PESN;
Sept. 30, 2006)||
investigation questions invention - The state hired Dr. Saeed
Foroudastan, an MTSU civil and mechanical engineer, to do an analysis
of the Tilley technology. The DeLorean traveled only 18 miles before
stopping. The "magic box" that Tilley claimed could power
his house and shop died after just 64 minutes. Tilley pled guilty to
Felony. (I-Team; WSMV 4 News; May 11, 2006)||
Updated - Company converts a GMC Sonoma truck to all-electric
"self-charger" system. Claims that U.S. government tested
and confirmed their self-charging home power generator in July 2005. (PESWiki;
March 21, 2006)||
It's a Scam
- Carl Tilley Report (Seven Part Series) - Jerry Decker reports on
his experience seeing the technology, and some comparable technologies he
thinks might explain how it works.|
Supporter of Tilley, Jerry Decker, Turns - After four years of
supporting Tilley and his claims, but never seeing one thing come to
fruition as Tilley said it would, nor one independent validation of any
claim, but only a slight of hands, Decker sides with those who conclude that
Tilley is a con. (KeelyNet; Mar. 21, 2004)|
"Highlights" (During Scam)
Photos derived from the Tilley Foundation site are
reproduced for purpose of documenting the hoopla behind the scam.
Electric ATV Completes 20-Hour Hard Run -- Batteries still fully
charged at end; independent engineers ran test and verified battery charge.
All Electric Boat
- scheduled for completion and testing in January 2003.
Blazer to be Converted
"We have a new Chevrolet Blazer SUV that will be
converted to all electric. The test will most likely be on the
Interstate at normal speeds of 65 to 70 miles per hour.
| "We expect to run at
least 400 miles on only 12 off the shelf type batteries. All of
the parts necessary for the conversions should be in by this time next
week." (Carl Tilley) Oct. 22, 2002
Demo Prematurely Terminated by Wheel Bearing Failure (Greater
Things News Service)
Review of Sept. 7, 2002 aborted demonstration of Carl Tilley's
electric vehicle with endless charger on board at Nashville Superspeedway.
What is It? (During Scam)
> Electric Vehicles > Makers > Tilley
Foundation] - developing an electric car that can be powered without
the help of external power to keep the battery charged.
Click here for "How it
Works" index (GreaterThings.com News Full Coverage)
The transformed 1981 DeLorean, a Tilley Electronic Vehicle (TEV)
charger-supported electric car, runs in excess of 130 mph, optimal speed being
70 mph. The TEV keeps the batteries fully charged at all times. The road
tested car can accelerate from 0 to 95 MPH over one quarter mile distance,
outperforming a Corvette [video
clip]. It can burn rubber coming off the starting block. On Aug. 19,
2002, it was driven 201.6 miles. It was scheduled to be publicly
demonstrated at the Nashville Super Speedway stadium Sept. 7, 2002 to a crowd
estimated to be 10,000 people, but the outcome was a major disappointment,
both in terms of the number of people who showed (approximately 200) and
because of a car malfunction unrelated to the technology that was being
The shop in which the car was made was run on energy from a
device similar to the TEV. Units can be added for cumulative power output. Two
units would produce up to 20 kw; three would crank out 30 kw, etc.
Six variations have been made. The bugs are worked out. The
charger unit weights about 27 pounds, and most of the raw components could be
purchased from a department store for $25.00, though retail after manufacture
and marketing expenses, would be much greater.
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Marketing (Statement During Scam)
The Tilley Foundation does not intent to manufacture the technology
themselves. Neither are they interested in selling individual licenses
for manufacturing and marketing. Rather, they are looking for an
outright purchase of their technology. They do not wish to pursue any
offers that are not in the billions of US dollars for the electric car
charger; and 80-100 million for the home/business electrical generator.
There are other
inventors and teams that have similar technology that they will be
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list to purchase the products that become made available as these
- official website of Tilley vehicle. (mirror
- The international magazine of electric vehicles, hybrids, fuel cells,
batteries, alternative fuels, electric car racing & exhibition.
|To make your own EV > Electric
Vehicles of America - conversion kits with electric motor, cables,
wiring, controller, instructions, video -- everything but the car and the
batteries. Add a TEV to it for the ever-present charge source and you
don't have to worry about recharging.|
|Related EV > Gary
Vehicle Association of the Americas - list of electric vehicles now on
the market. Add a TEV to it for the ever-present charge source and you
don't have to worry about recharging.|
- One man's journey converting a regular car into an electric car.
official website; see also Delorean
|Bona Fide Free Energy
Research - Index of Tesla technologies and other advanced devices
that move us away from fossil fuels and other planet-depleting energy
sources, and toward abundance of 'free energy' that extracts inexpendable
power from the Ζther.|
Website commenced by Sterling
D. Allan, Friday, Sept. 6, 2002.
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