What We Do & Where
Mr. James Wallace has been developing an environmentally friendly generating system over the past 20 years. This system involves a combination of groups of small chemical reactions and physical actions that are combined in a number of ways within a number of different sections of the electrical generation. This energy source uses the principles of thermodynamics, physical chemistry, and physics. The net result is a non-polluting, environmentally sound energy source using air or water cooled with a minimum temperature rise of 10 C above the ambient involving no emissions or discharges of any harmful material. The chemicals, metals, and metal alloys involved are non-regulated. The chemical reactions are encased within the process unit where they are recovered, regenerated, and recycled. This process produces no discharge or emissions.
Fuel cell is an efficient conversion technology which aims to contribute to address the energy challenge all over the world. The use of fuel cell as an energy production requires developing the entire supply chain, from updating the entire power grid production to efficient conversion of the hydrogen with fuel cells to power end-use applications .Excess Group has developed a fuel cell process as an electrochemical device that combines hydrogen and oxygen to produce electricity, with water and heat as its by-product. Excess Group then will provide power and build and operate the power plants at their cost however it requires a completed liaison with power companies to ensure full compliance.
A macroscopic-modelling methodology to account for the chemical and structural properties of fuel cell will be developed. The current use of electric power is based on coal, oil, gas .hydroelectric and nuclear distribution. The updated model is used to simulate various limiting-case scenarios of water transport in fuel-cell diffusion. The energy from the Chemical cells is used to separate water into Hydrogen and Oxygen. Any water can be used . Our fuel cells have multiply chambers and multi functional. We process Hydrogen and Oxygen in two chambers this increases the fuel cells efficiency. Analysis of these results demonstrate that interfacial conditions are more important than bulk transport in these layers, where the associated mass-transfer resistance is the result of higher capillary pressures at the boundaries and the steepness of the capillary pressure-saturation relationship. Reactions cells include acid, aluminium to create the electricity and collectors to collect the electricity produced A special Hydroponics system links a number of cells to extend the life of the cells.
The chemical Stack produces more than sufficient power to carry out the Electrolysis to separate the water into gases.
We are working in China, India, USA, Indonesia, Africa, The Middle East and Germany.