SEFE, a sustainability company focused on innovative, pioneering energy solutions, yesterday announced after the closing bell that it has completed helicopter flight testing on a ranch owned by Lead Scientist Ryan Coulson's family. As part of three separate lifts, the testing demonstrated the ability of the detector to measure charge density in the earth's atmosphere.
According to the press release, the detector performed as anticipated electrically and a thorough data set was captured for the location. The final flight path consisted of continuous laps around the property, increasing the elevation for each lap. Data was carefully gathered during the entire flight up to a maximum elevation just below the cloud ceiling, which was about 2100 ft. above ground level.
"The excitement of our team continues to build as we perfect our technology and discover the most effective methods of harnessing atmospheric electricity at the lowest cost," stated SEFE CEO Don Johnston. "The data collected will help significantly in determining how much electricity can be generated by each unit over a period of time based on location, altitude, weather and other factors."
"SEFE will continue to move forward with its data collection initiatives and make additional improvements, while securing additional patents to protect our technology internationally and developing strategic alliances to further our research and maximize our potential," added Mr. Johnston.
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