Balanced Current — Electricity, Re-invented

 The world is changing, and it's time that power changed, too. The process of generating, converting and transmitting electricity is more inefficient than many realize. While the rest of the energy industry has been content to work around this built-in problem, technology firm Inventi™ has solved it with the introduction of BC, or "balanced current." BC works with existing infrastructure but reduces loss and inefficiency to a negligible amount. In the race toward energy independence, BC is miles ahead.

 Grid Woes

 The power grid depends on two forms of current to function effectively. AC takes power over long distances; DC powers certain electronic devices and charges batteries. This hasn't changed significantly since the invention of electricity over a century ago. The electromagnetic field created during the transmission and conversion of power produces heat, and heat is a sign of power loss. BC replaces both AC and DC, eliminating the need for conversion and the "lossiness" of ordinary currents. Instead of energy being lost, it's recycled back into the flow.

 Momentum for Renewables

 With BC, renewable energy sources become a more lucrative and efficient option for utilities large and small. By avoiding the overhead of the conversion process, balanced current maximizes and preserves the energy efficiency improvements of modern solar panels, wind turbines and other forms of power generation. Ultimately, a switch to BC could accelerate the nation's move to energy independence and even help us to become exporters of energy in the very near future.

 The Battery-Powered Future

 If the future is indeed going to depend on batteries (in cars, in devices, as integral components of the grid), then those batteries had better be tremendously efficient. BC, in tandem with Hyperflow™ Technology, enables those kinds of efficiency improvements. And, BC is "power on demand," supplying just-in-time energy for a dynamic infrastructure with constantly variable power needs.