1. A simple oscillating electronic circuit that puts out more energy as resistance heat than required to drive the device (nominally 1 watt in and greater than 10 watts out).
2. A solid state-switching device to pulse batteries with high voltage spikes to charge them to levels not normally obtainable by ordinary commercial charging technology (now commercially available).
3. A diode array solid-state chip, which refrigerates as it produces electrical power.
4. Several solid-state devices that extract energy from the quantum vacuum using either copper sheet/tube collectors or ceramic/metal materials on which are imposed very high frequency oscillations.
5. There are at least 6 different technologies that can be used to increase mileage (reduce fuel consumption) for gas burning generators and vehicles in addition to the ones described in the main section above.