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Australian entrepreneur, Aaron Pascoe, has developed blueprints for a fuel free mechanical gearbox and is seeking partners to roll out the technology across the globe. 

His business, GGOE, has created a mechanical gearbox which is a fuel-free power generating technology for all types of devices and machinery including residential dwellings, commercial buildings and factories, boats, cars, trucks, lawnmowers, and more.

He calls it the GGOE Gearbox.

“We believe we will fundamentally change the way power is generated across the world,” according to GGOE Gearbox founder and CEO, Aaron Pascoe said.

“Power will be generated for free, anywhere anytime, thanks to this extraordinary technology. The only cost will involve the maintenance of the technology.

“GGOE Gearbox units will be available for installation in homes and other buildings. We will work with vehicle, appliance and other machinery manufacturers to incorporate the technology into their products so people can power them at virtually no cost.”

Pascoe said there is no need for fuel and his only competitor is solar.

“The GGOE Gearbox relies on creating a large amount of torque in creating power generator, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, churning endlessly and creating zero emissions,” he said.

The GGOE Gearbox currently offers a range of units with different capacities: 10kw, 20kw and 50kw. 

“My aim is to see a GGOE Gearbox in every vehicle, machine, appliance, house and building throughout the world,” Pascoe said.

Pascoe emphasises that the GGOE Gearbox is still ahead of its time, even though over 100 years ago Nikola Tesla invented the fuel-free turbine.

“The GGOE Mechanical Gearbox consists of a pair of motors, which is connected to the starter battery,” he said.

“The motors are powered by a starter battery to start the system and it generates thousands of Newton meters of torque. Using that torque, the connected turbine generates the power.

“Because of its unique design, the GGOE Gearbox is a highly efficient self-starting prime mover that can connect to the turbine and generates and maintains its own momentum.

“We have already built our first prototype and we have secured an Australian Standard Patent,” he said.

“We are now ready to move into production mode and build commercially viable units which will be supplied to market and incorporated into products that consumers can use day to day, hence the need for partners across the globe.”

GGOE is an Australian company based in Perth that has developed a fit-for-purpose version of a mechanical gearbox for everyday use across the world.


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