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FREE ELECTRICITY FAQ

As we have marketed the idea of "free electricity" over the past few years, we have gotten lots of questions. Some of these questions seem to come over and over again. So, in an effort to clarify these these issues, here are some of the frequently asked questions and their answers. If your question is not answered here, contact us  and we will be happy to answer your question.

Questions

Below is an index of all the questions. To go directly to the answer for a question, just click on the question and the page will be scrolled down to the point where the answer can be found.

Q.  I've always believed that nothing is free in this world, so how is UCSA able to offer me "free electricity"?  
Q. Will we actually stop the use of our local electric company?  
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Who will install the generator?  
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Is 26,000 kilowatts per year enough to run everything in my home?  
Q.  What happens if we use more than 26,000 kW per year?  
Q.  Where will the generator be installed?  
Q.  How big is the generator?  
Q.  How loud is the generator?  
Q.  Will the generator be safe to get around?  
Q.  Will the generator produce anything that is harmful?  
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  Aren't there laws that prevent you from selling power back to the electric company?    
Q.  If my state has a law against selling power back over the grid from a home generator, how will I get my electricity for free?
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I live in a rural area where there are no power lines. Can I still participate?     
Q.  Why shouldn't I just wait to sign up until the units begin to ship?   
Q.  Will I ever be able to buy a home unit?   
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on the house that I rent?   
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on the rent houses that I own?   
Q.  Can I sign up for more than one unit on my home?
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity at my apartment?
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on my town house or condo?   
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on both sides of the duplex I own and/or live in?
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Can I sign up to get free electricity on my travel trailer or motor coach?
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity if I live in a mobile home?
Q.  Can I sign up my church to get free electricity?
Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on my business?   
Q.  Can I sign up if I'm not connected to the electric grid?   
Q.  What happens if the generator breaks down?   
Q.  What happens if I move before the generator is installed?
Q.  If I move can I take the generator with me?   
Q.  If I die can my family still receive "free electricity"?
Q.  When can we expect the units to begin shipping?  
Q.  Why is UCSA waiting until you have 1.6 million people signed up before releasing the technology?    
Q.  When do you think UCSA will achieve the goal of registering 1.6 million people?
Q.  Will UCSA periodically publish how far along they are on registering 1.6 million people?
Q.  With all the power problems in California, wouldn't now be the ideal time to release the technology?
Q.  What will happen on the day the technology is released?
Q.  What happens if I don't attend a demo the day the technology is released? 
Q.  When can I expect to begin receiving "free electricity"?   
Q.  Does UCSA have the money to manufacture these units?
Q.  How many companies will manufacture  these units?   
Q.  Even if UCSA has the technology figured out, isn't it possible that politics will stop you from distributing the units?   
Q.  Isn't UCSA claiming to have a perpetual motion machine?
Q.  Isn't UCSA claiming that the Hummingbird motor breaks the laws of energy conservation which say you can't get more energy out of something than you put into it?   
Q.  Where can I get some technical details about the permanent magnet motor?
Q.  Isn't "free electricity" technology impossible?    
Q.  What do you say to someone that says "free electricity" technology is impossible?
Q.  Why is it hard for some people to accept the idea that "free electricity" is possible?
Q.  Isn't your offer of "free electricity" just another scam?
Q.  What do you say to people that claim your just going to take the money you make on selling the Public Awareness products and never deliver "free electricity"?   
Q.  How does Dennis Lee respond to people and web sites that claim what you are doing is a scam?
Q.  If this technology is real, why haven't we heard about it all over the media?   
Q.  This sounds like a great opportunity. Is there any way that I can make money from what UCSA is doing?
Q.  Can I buy stock in UCSA?
Q.  The registration certificate for "free electricity" is from International Tesla Electric Company (ITEC). Who is ITEC?   
Q.  What are UCSA and BWT and how are they related?
Q.  How is Innovative Technologies Group, LLC related to UCSA?   

Answers

Q.  I've always believed that nothing is free in this world, so how is UCSA able to offer me "free electricity"?
A.  We don't mean in a physics sense that we are getting something for nothing. But in an economic sense, anything that you get to use something without paying for it, I call that free. That is what we mean any time we use the term "free electricity". We are willing to give you up to 26,000 kW (kilowatts) of electricity for free because we are making our money by selling the power that you don't use back through the grid. So we have a profit motive. We will be independent power producers selling our electricity over the grid.

Q. Will we actually stop the use of our local electric company?
A.  You will probably still be connected to the grid. So you will appear to still be a customer of the electric company. However, if we put a generator on your property, you will be sending power back to them  rather than taking it from them. In effect, the electric meter will be running backwards. So, even though you would still be connected, you would not owe them any money.

Q.  Who will install the generator?
A.  The generators will be installed by local licensed electricians. The electrician will get any permits that are required.

Q.  Is 26,000 kilowatts per year enough to run everything in my home?
A.  The average all electric home in America uses 2 kW per hour. The 26,000 kW per year is about 3 kW per hour. So we are giving you 50% more than the national average usage. The peak demand for most homes usually does not exceed 10-15 kW. Since the generator will produce 30 kW, peak demand will not be a problem. In fact, the transformer the supplies electricity to your home is probably rated at 30 kVA (kilovolt amps) which is the same thing that the generator will be able to produce. Since the average usage for an all electric home is 2 kW and the generator products 30 kW, it actually produces enough energy to service your average demand and 14 of your neighbors.

Q.  What happens if we use more than 26,000 kW per year?
A.  You may have to pay for the excess power that you use. However, the rate would be the same as we charge the electric company. So you would be buying your power at wholesale rates. That is bound to be a better price than you are currently paying.

Q.  Where will the generator be installed?
A.  The generators will probably be installed on a pad outside your house similar to the pad that an external air conditioner would sit on. 

Q.  How big is the generator?
A.  The 30 kW Sundance Generator and Hummingbird motor combination along with ancillary equipment will probably fit on a cement pad that is three feet on each side.

Q.  How loud is the generator?
A.  The generator is quite and should not make any more noise than your outside air conditioning unit makes.

Q.  Will the generator be safe to get around?
A.  Yes, we plan on having a safety enclosure around it.

Q.  Will the generator produce anything that is harmful?
A.  Some people are worried about the harmful effects of high power electric lines. The home generators will put out about the same energy as the transformer than services your home can handle. So, it will have no more harmful effects than the energy that is currently available to your home.

Q.  Aren't there laws that prevent you from selling power back to the electric company? 
A.  No, in fact there is a federal law that was enacted in 1996 that says anyone can be an independent power producer. Anyone can put a generator (diesel, gas, wind, solar) on their house and the electric company must buy back the excess power they produce. It's just that most people don't do this because the costs of these systems is prohibitive.

Q.  If my state has a law against selling power back over the grid from a home generator, how will I get my electricity for free?
A.  You will still receive "free electricity" if cases like this exist when we release the technology. We will take the unit that would have gone on your house and group it with other units from people who are in the same situation. We will then put these units on commercial businesses to supply their electricity needs. If they won't allow us to connect to the grid in these states, then these commercial customers would get all their electricity from us. Then we will take some of the revenue that we make from this commercial electricity sales and pay your electricity bill (up to 26,000 kW per year). This would satisfy our agreement with you that is stated on the "Registration for a Free Electricity Generator for a Residence".

Q.  I live in a rural area where there are no power lines. Can I still participate?
A.  Yes. We have the ability to send electricity through the air without using any wires. We demonstrated this in our 7/15/2000 technology show. In cases like this, we would put a generator on your site and still get your excess power back to the grid or other neighbor to sell the excess. 

Q.  Why shouldn't I just wait to sign up until the units begin to ship?
A.  There are two compelling reasons to sign up before the technology comes out. First, people will be given "free electricity" in the order in which the sign up. So the sooner you sign up, the earlier you will get it. Second, the price is now very cheap to sign up ($7, $10, $15 or $100 - see No Electricity Bills for details). Once the technology ships, the price to sign up may go up to a $1000 or more. So a small risk today could pay big dividends in the future. After all, $7 to $15 is less than most people spend for dinner and a movie. Yet most people spend over $1000 per year on electricity.

Q.  Will I ever be able to buy a home unit?
A.  No, UCSA will always own the equipment. We will pay for the maintenance and upkeep. But it should not matter as you will get the use of the equipment for free.

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on the house that I rent?
A.  Yes, but you have to have the permission of the home owner.

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on the rent houses that I own?
A.  Yes, you can register under the same name with a separate registration for each rent house address.

Q.  Can I sign up for more than one unit on my home?
A.  No, the only means of making money we have from this project is to sell the excess power commercially over the grid. Each home unit will produce as much energy as the typical transformer that services a home can handle. We would not be able to send any of the power from the second unit back over the grid. So we cannot permit more than one home unit per address. 

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity at my apartment?
A.  Yes, so long as each apartment has a separate electric meter and you get permission from the landlord. Each resident can sign up separately. We will only be able to install the number of units on the apartment building that the transformers can handle. But, no matter how many units we install you will be your electricity for free. If we can't install a unit for you, the unit you would have gotten will be installed elsewhere and we will use some of the revenue it generates to pay your electric bill (up to 26,000 kW hours per year).

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on my town house or condo?
A.  Yes, so long as there is an independent electric meter for the home.

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on both sides of the duplex I own and/or live in? 
A.  If you sign up under your own name and/or the husband's and wife's name, the answer is no. 
    If you sign up one side under your name and the resident of the other side signs up under their name, then the answer is yes. In this case, the residents of both sides will get their electricity for free. However, we can only install one unit. The 2nd unit will be installed somewhere else and some of the revenue will be used to pay the electric bill (up to 26,000 kW hours per year) of the individual that didn't get a unit. 

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on my travel trailer or motor coach? 
A.  No. The only way we have to make money with this project is to sell the power that you don't use back through the electric grid. Since travel trailers move regularly, it would not be practical to install a unit.

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity if I live in a mobile home?   
A.  Yes, homeowners of mobile homes may register so long as the mobile home stays in one place. 
    If you live in a mobile home park, every homeowner can register. We will install as many units as the transformers for the park can handle. Those who don't actually get a unit installed will still get their electric bill paid (up to 26,000 kW hours per year). We will take the unit that they would have gotten, install it somewhere else and use some of the revenue from it to pay the electric bill.
    If you own a mobile home park, you can sign up for the park but only for as many units as we can install. If you have a 120 kVA transformer, you could sign up 4 times (four 30 kW generators would meet the capacity of the transformer). You would need to submit a separate application with a different install address on each application but you could use the same name and mailing address.

Q.  Can I sign up my church to get free electricity?  
A.  Yes, you can register your church for one unit. The church can be any religious worship center (church, synagogue, mosque, temple, etc.). 

Q.  Can I sign up to get free electricity on my business?
A.  No. We are not registering commercial customers at this time.  We may have a program in the future for commercial users. Say tuned to this web site for late breaking news.

Q.  Can I sign up if I'm not connected to the electric grid?   
A.  Yes. This normally happens in rural area where there are no power lines near by. In cases such as this, we will attempt to sell power to the neighbors around you that are also not connected to the grid. We have a technology that allows us to move power through the air without using power lines. This is a technology that was invented by Nicola Tesla in the late 1800s. We know how to use this technology and we demonstrate this on the 2 hour video available on this site.

Q.  What happens if the generator breaks down?
A.  First of all, it is very unlikely that the equipment will break down completely. The thing that usually fails on a generator are the windings. As a generator is used, the windings heat up and will eventually will break. With most generators, when the windings break the entire unit is usually replaced. But the Sundance generator has the windings in 30 separate modules. If one module breaks, the generator will continue to produce plenty of power for your home. The broken module can be replaced while the generator continues to produce power. 
Secondly, in the event of a complete equipment failure, you will still be connected to the grid and you will still have power available. If the generator fails, you will have to call ITEC (International Tesla Electric Company, the UCSA subsidiary that will operate the electric business). They will send someone to repair the equipment. We will have an incentive to repair it quickly since we don't make any money while the unit is broken. UCSA will also pay for the electricity you use from the electric company while our equipment was in operative.  

Q.  What happens if I move before the generator is installed?
A.  UCSA needs to know about any change of address that has occurred since you signed up for “free electricity”. If they don’t know about the change, they will not be able to locate you to install your “free electricity” generator. To notify us of the change, send us a letter with the new contact information and $1. The contact information should include: name, installation address, mailing address (if different), home phone number, work phone number. We will change our records and forward the information to UCSA along with the dollar. UCSA requires the dollar to cover their administrative costs for the address change. UCSA will send you a new Letter of Confirmation for the new address. If the $1 is not included, the address change will not be processed.

Q.  If I move can I take the generator with me?
A.  Yes, but UCSA would have to be kept fully informed. You would also have to pay the expense of having it uninstalled, shipped and reinstalled.

Q.  If I die can my family still receive "free electricity"?
A.  Yes, if you should pass away (we pray that this will not happen), your heirs can have the registration passed to them. They would need to send a letter to us containing the heir’s name, address, etc. and they must include a copy of the death certificate. We will pass this information on to UCSA who will register the heir in place of the deceased. There will be no charge for making this change.

Q.  When can we expect the units to begin shipping?
A.  This is perhaps the most frequently asked question and the most difficult to answer with any precision. At this point, it appears that most, if not all, technical issues for the home units have been resolved. UCSA plans to begin shipping the home units when we have 1.6 million people signed up to receive "free electricity". We are not sure how long it will take all the UCSA dealers to sign this many people up, but we hope it can be done within a year. This timeframe is our best estimate based upon current progress and it is not a commitment to a date.

Q.  Why is UCSA waiting until you have 1.6 million people signed up before releasing the technology?
A.  Dennis Lee (head of UCSA) has written a book called "The Alternative". In the book, he describes resistance that he and the "free electricity" project have received since we began our efforts in the late 1980s. Back then, Dennis had the first "free electricity" technology ready and he demonstrated it for a group of 600 people. Shortly thereafter, local law enforcement officials raided his headquarters and took all the technology and all the records (technology and financial). Then a long legal battle began that was also part of the harassment by "the powers that be". Dennis realized that he had made tragic mistake. He had announced that the technology was ready without having public support to overcome resistance by those who profit from the current methods of generating electricity. We do not plan to make this same mistake again. He will not release the technology until we have a base of support in place. We want 1.6 million people signed up who know about our technology and have an interest in seeing it come out.

Q.  When do you think UCSA will achieve the goal of registering 1.6 million people?
A. UCSA has reached an agreement with a large group (National Union of American Families - NUAF) that will help us reach our 1.6 million witnesses goal. In the middle of 2003, NUAF began to work with the Seventh Day Adventists (SDA) to accomplish this goal.  These groups will work toward fulfilling the 1.6M and Dennis Lee assures us that they have the contacts to achieve the goal. the NUAF and SDA are confident that they can complete the job of registering 1.6M quickly. When the job of registering the 1.6 million is complete, demonstrations will be scheduled at 100 locations (perhaps football stadiums) all across America. Everyone who is registered will have to come to one of these demonstrations to qualify for free electricity. We are very excited to have the help of this group.

Q.  Will UCSA periodically publish how far along they are on registering 1.6 million people?
A.   No. There are people and groups out there that are trying to stop us. We continually receive harassment from these groups. We don't want to let them know where we are in our efforts.

Q.  With all the power problems in California, wouldn't now be the ideal time to release the technology?
A.  California’s power problems have been in the news a lot lately. Some of you may think that these problems are the perfect window of opportunity for us to come out with our technology. You may think that if we did release the technology now that we would be heroes. We do not think that is what would happen. We think that there may, in fact, be no power shortage in California. If we are right, then we would not be welcomed with open arms as you believe. So we will stick to our guns and only release the technology once we have 1.6 million people signed up.
      Let me explain. As you know, California’s legislature passed an energy deregulation law a while back. What the law did was separate power producers (operate power plants) from power distributors (supply power to end customers). The price producers can charge was not regulated but the price the distributors can charge remained regulated. The producers began to jack up their prices while the distributors could not. Several distributors appear to be in financial trouble as a result of this scheme. 
      Many people are bad mouthing the “greedy” power producers and saying that this proves that free market ideas do not work. But let’s analyze this situation. The power producers have a perishable product (you cannot store electricity) which must be used when it is created. The producers have a limited and captive market (the distributors) for their product. The producers know that they cannot charge the distributors more for the power than the distributors can sell it for. The producers know that if they did this it would bankrupt their limited customer base (the distributors). The producers are not so foolish as to bankrupt their only customers because they know that soon they too would be in financial trouble. 
     We think there is another agenda at work here. We think the real agenda is to call for additional legislation to regulate the price the producers can charge. Also we believe that we may be the main motivation of this scheme. 
     A few years ago, the most expensive part of electricity was producing it. The cost to distribute power was lower than the cost to produce it. Now the electric companies want us to think that distribution is the most expensive element. The reason that this shift has occurred is at least partially due to the national electric grid system. Power can now be produced in one part of the country and sold in another part. Every company that owns a piece of the grid between the production site and the point of consumption is paid Transmission and Distribution (“T&D”) fees to move the power. 
     This has created a system where power can be produced in out of the way places that are often near coal mines. Many of these locations are sparsely populated and so the people in these locations care more about the jobs that the mines and power plants create than they care about the environmental impact of these businesses. As the power is moved from the production site to the point of consumption, the prices go up due to multiple T&D charges being added by each company that helps move the power. This results in high electric rates in places like New York, San Diego and Chicago. But it also creates a golden opportunity for us. We can come to these places and produce the power right where it is used while not polluting the environment and undercutting the prices currently being charge. We can charge a premium and still undercut the current suppliers because we have no ongoing operating costs. 
    California leads the nation in many new trends. The opposition believes that if they can get legislation to put a cap on the producer’s prices then they will close a door that is currently open to us. They believe they will be able to more easily control our growth and our profits. If they are doing this to cramp our style, then we are not at all concerned. We believe we are in the drivers seat because we have a huge technical advantage that allows us to produce the power with no operating cost. There are other reasons why we remain confident that we are not permitted to discuss.

Q.  What will happen on the day the technology is released?
A.   We currently plan on demonstrate the technology at 100 locations (perhaps football stadiums) all across America on the same day. All 1.6 million people who have been registered will be invited to visit one of these demonstration sites. If someone who registered before the demonstration does not attend one of these demos, they will not be eligible to receive free electricity on their homes once the production units begin to be installed. So attending the demo will be very important.  At that  point, all of them will KNOW that the technology works. Each of them will also be invited to sign up 9 of their friends and/or family members at a cost at a cost of perhaps $1000 or more. This will get an additional 14.4 million people registered. We expect that these additional people will be registered very quickly. This would mean that a total of 16 million people will be registered. Once 16 million have been registered, no additional people registrations will be accepted.

Q.  What happens if I don't attend a demo the day the technology is released?
A.   Attending the demonstration when the technology is released is a condition of receiving free electricity. So, if someone who registered for free electricity before the demonstration does not attend one of these demos, they will not be eligible to receive free electricity on their homes once we begin to distribute the technology. If someone who registered can't attend one of the demos, they will be able to send a representative. It's not clear at this time what proof the representative will have to have at this point. Some people (recruiters mostly) have suggested that they would attend the demon and act as the representative for a number of different people. This would be in direct violation of what we will be trying to accomplish. The entire point of getting the witnesses and having them show up at the demo is to demonstrate to the "powers that be" that we have a very large grass roots support base for what we are trying to accomplish. If they believe we have a lot of grass roots support, then they will leave us alone when we release the technology. If we have a lot of people trying to represent a lot of other people (say at a ration of 1 person representing 10 other people), then our entire objective will be thwarted and the "powers that be" will believe they can get away with doing whatever they want to do to stop the distribution of the technology. A related point that should be mentioned is that it critical that UCSA have a current mailing address for each person who is registered. When they are ready to do the demos, they will send out an invitation to attend a demo to the last mailing address they have for you. If the mailing address they have is wrong, the registered person may miss the demo and therefore not be eligible to receive free electricity.

Q.  When can I expect to begin receiving "free electricity"?
A.  It is very difficult to answer this question directly. The answer depends upon a lot of factors including: when we start manufacturing, how many units can manufacture in a given period of time, our ability to get the components we need to manufacture the units. Many of these factors are outside of our control. The one factor that is under your control is when you sign up. The units will be delivered on a first come, first served bases. The people who sign up early will get units before those who sign up later.

Q.  Does UCSA have the money to manufacture these units?
A.  We plan to use conventional loans from financial institutions to finance the manufacturing. The collateral for these loans would be our rather large anticipated cash flow from electricity sales. We also have a plan that  will cover our needs  just in case we cannot rely on these sources. We feel this backup plan is a very practical and reasonable. We will charge a registration fee of $1000 or more for those who sign up after the first 1.6 million people are registered. We plan to register an additional 14.4 million people using this fee. Those who pay this fee will provide all the funding to build the generators for the initial 1.6 million "witnesses".  The cash flow from electricity sales from the initial 1.6  million units can support a five year plan, to produce a total of 16 million units, with no outside loans at all, if necessary. 

Q.  How many companies will manufacture  these units?
A.  We currently have 200 companies that want to manufacture "free electricity" technology. In addition to this, each of the 2000 UCSA dealers has the right to become an manufacturer for any of UCSA's products. We expect that manufacturing 16 million units will create a lot of jobs in a lot of companies.

Q.  Even if UCSA has the technology figured out, isn't it possible that politics will stop you from distributing the units?
A.  Yes. In fact we believe that this is the most difficult problem that we may face. The groups that currently produce power in this country represent a very powerful political force. Many public officials are beholding to these groups. To overcome this force will be difficult. However, we believe that we can form our own grass roots support base by signing lots of people up to receive "free electricity". We are very busy signing people up all across America. We plan to sign up 1.6 million people before we begin to release the home units. We believe this will give us the support base  we may need.

Q.  Isn't UCSA claiming to have a perpetual motion machine?
A.  No, not the way a scientist would mean it. My dictionary defines perpetual motion as "the hypothetical continuous operation of an isolated mechanical device or other closed system without a sustaining energy source". Based upon this kind of definition, most people believe that perpetual motion is impossible. My dictionary defines perpetual as "1. lasting for eternity, 2. lasting for an indefinitely long duration". We don't know if anything lasts for eternity since we have not gotten to the end of eternity yet (as if we ever will). But, we do expect our Hummingbird motor and Sundance generator to meet this second definition, run for an "indefinitely long duration". We (and I suspect you) are not so concerned about eternity as we are concerned at this point about what happens while we are alive on this earth. It is obvious from nature that as long as you have a perpetual (long running) energy supply that perpetual energy (long running) is possible. For example, our sun has certainly been shinning bright for a long time and we expect it to continue to do so for a long time in the future. Gravity is another force that seems to still be working.  Permanent magnets also seem to work for a long time. None of these may be perpetual motion in the strict scientific sense but from a practical standpoint they are perpetual.  We are using very powerful permanent magnets in the both the motor and generator. Did you every wonder what makes a permanent magnet stick to your refrigerator? How long will the permanent magnet stick to the refrigerator? Won't it stick up there permanently or at least a very long time? The best scientists cannot fully explain why this happens. We are saying that we have  figured out how to harness some of the energy in permanent magnets. And we are saying that we have a combination of technologies that will run for a long time in a closed loop (no outside energy). 

Q.  Isn't UCSA claiming that the Hummingbird motor breaks the laws of energy conservation which say you can't get more energy out of something than you put into it?
A.  No, we are not claiming this. We are saying that we are getting more energy out of the Hummingbird motor than electricity that is put into it. We are also saying that current measurement technology is inadequate to measure all the energy that is coming from the permanent magnets in the motor. No one knows how to fully measure the energy output by a permanent magnets.  We can measure the strength of magnets but not how much energy they give up. It is obvious that the permanent magnets must be giving up energy but it is not obvious why their source of power seems to be renewable.

Q.  Where can I get some technical details about the permanent magnet motor?   
A.  We are not releasing the details on our permanent magnet motor at this time. However, There are a number of site on the web where you can find out about similar technologies. If you review these, you will discover that many people have been working motors similar to the Hummingbird. Here are the links (we apologize in advance if any of these links go dead):
- http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/1287/adams/adamsall.htm an reprint of a January 1993 Nexus Magazine article by Robert Adams on the design of his permanent magnet motor.
- http://www.energyscience.co.uk/ Harold Aspden's (a collaborator of Robert Adams) site on energy science.
- http://www.delphion.com/details?patent_number=4151431 Howard R. Johnson's 1979 patent (#4151431) of a permanent magnet motor.  There is also an article written by Jorma Hyypia which appears in the Spring 1980 edition of Science & Mechanics Magazine which describes the Johnson motor. Perhaps you can find a copy of the magazine in your local library.
- http://www.delphion.com/details?patent_number=5402021 Howard R. Johnson 1995 patent (#5402021) of a permanent magnet motor.
- http://www.delphion.com/details?patent_number=4990813 Gabriel Lorente's 1991 patent (#4990813) of an  electrostatic generator.
- http://www.delphion.com/details?patent_number=3890548 Edwin V. Gray's 1973 patent (#3890548) of a electro-magnetic association (EMA) motor.

Q.  Isn't "free electricity" technology impossible?
A. Well, people have been saying that all kinds of things were impossible that we now know are quite possible. Think about the things that we take for granted that 100 to 200 years ago would have seemed impossible.  This list would certainly include television, radio, VCRs, automobiles, airplanes, space travel, lasers, atomic energy, atomic bombs, internal combustion engines. This list could go on for pages. Even the Wright brothers flew their airplane for five years before the media would pay any attention to them.  For further insight you might want to read some famous quotes about what was considered impossible.
    Allow me to share some of my own world view. The word of God says that "all things are possible with Him". I  believe this statement is true. Dennis Lee has talked with hundreds of inventors about where their ideas came from. All of them say in their own way that the idea just came to them and most don't know where from. They often describe it as a flash of insight. I believe that God holds all knowledge. I also believe that God is the creator of all that exists, and that He knows how everything works. I believe that God is the One that reveals to inventors new inventions and ideas. I believe His motive is to bless man while he is on the earth because he is loving and gracious. 

Q.  What do you say to someone that says "free electricity" technology is impossible?
When you ask a scientist whether or not it is possible to make free energy, you are merely asking him or her whether or not he or she knows how to do it. You should expect that the answer would be "No, it is impossible". If they knew how to do it they would be doing it, right? Of course it seems impossible to them. Just like the earth seemed flat, flying seemed impossible, talking over great distances over a wire seemed ridiculous, later talking without any wires at all seemed ridiculous to people, even after they got used to doing it over wires.
    Everything that has not been done seems impossible to the experts who have not done it. But, ask those smart guys the right question. Ask them, "If" a person conclusively demonstrated a permanent motor that took only 400 watts of power from a set of batteries to run, and they could measure an output from that motor of 2300 watts of mechanical energy, could they imagine a way to use such a motor to make free energy? State it as a hypothetical, and watch them tell you that they could make free energy with it - if such a motor existed; but there is no such motor, and a motor like that is impossible to make.
    Then ask them where they were between September 17th and November 15th of 1999. They could have come and done what no scientist in this country did; they could have proven our motor was not doing what all those who attended witnessed (and lots of people measured) it doing. How do you know this is a true statement? We were not arrested on that tour. I am sure there would have been a lot of Attorney Generals who would have been very appreciative of a person's advisor if they had been able to show that what we claimed was not really happening! Any purported scientist or "expert" who tells you that even if you had that motor it would be impossible to make free energy is not very astute. Dennis Lee will be glad to debate him or her anytime publicly!

Q.  Why is it so hard for some people to accept the idea that "free electricity" is possible? 
A.  Many people do not think for themselves. We are accustomed to accepting "sound bite" answers and platitudes and never questioning them. For example, one that we've all heard, "if it sounds too good to be true then it probably isn't true". This is the first thought that many people have when they hear what we are offering. They usually cease all independent thought once they have the thought. They never stop to think that many of the modern conveniences we take for granted today seemed impossible just 100 to 200 years ago. Another common thought that people have is "that's impossible". They never stop to think that in order to know for sure that something is impossible implies that you have all knowledge. If you don't have all knowledge (an I don't know any human that does), then you can't say for sure that something is impossible.
    So before someone dismisses "free electricity" as "impossible" or "too good to be true", I would encourage them to look at the evidence we offer (on this web site, and in our Public Awareness products). They should put their brain in gear and weigh the evidence that is available. Then they can make a decision for themselves. If they wait until everyone has a home unit or until the media tells them it is OK, they may miss out on a great opportunity. The future belongs to those who see an opportunity before it is obvious to everyone else.

Q.  Isn't your offer of "free electricity" just another scam?
A.  No. We are honest people attempting to do the impossible (at least what the scientists have said is impossible). Some people say that since we have been working on this problem for such a time and haven't manufactured a "free electricity" machine yet that it must be a scam. It's true that we have been working on the problem of "free electricity" since 1987. Because we are trying to do the impossible,  it might take a little longer than we originally thought. How long has Jerry Lewis been raising money to cure Muscular Dystrophy? Jerry has raised hundreds of millions of dollars for research (far more than we have had available). They haven't cured the disease yet but no one calls them a scam. The same thing could be said for the National Cancer Society and lots of other organizations that are working on hard problems. 
    UCSA has done two national tours, in 1996 and 1999, in which we demonstrated our technologies. On the 1996 tour we invited all the major public officials in Washington, D.C.  If we were trying to run a scam we certainly would not have done the show in Washington. 
    We announced the 1999 tour in a full page ad on Friday 9/17/99 in "USA Today" on page 15A announcing the tour. The ad gave the dates and locations of every tour stop. The ad invited anyone to "bring your own test meters and measure the devices for yourself". At each show, people were invited to run tests on our measurements using their own equipment. Not once during the entire tour did anyone prove that the efficiencies we demonstrated was a fraud. These are not the actions of people who are trying to conduct a scam.
    Dennis Lee was also invited to speak before the Kansas house and senate Energy Committee on February 7, 2001. It seems highly unlikely that a con artist would be invited to make such a speech. Dennis shared his speech, the reaction of the Kansas legislators and his comments about the experience on his February 17 radio show. We also have a copy of the speech on this web site. 
    For a more complete answer to this issue, you can read an article written by Dennis Lee in answer to the assertion that this must be a scam.

Q.   What do you say to people that claim your just going to take the money you make on selling the Public Awareness products and never deliver "free electricity"?
A.   Before becoming a UCSA dealer, I was a partner in a software consulting company that had as many as 25 consultants working for us. I made a very good living from that business. We I bought my dealership, I bought it with an eye to the future. I knew that once we began to deliver "free electricity" the dealership would earn a great deal of money each year. The amount of money that we earn from selling the information products (Public Awareness Kit, etc), is just to little money to a motivating factor. If money were my sole motivation, I could make more by going back to consulting in the short term. If people think we are making a fortune by selling these products then they are just plain wrong. But we keep going forward with an eye to the future. We are also motivated by the idea of bringing out "free electricity" and many other technologies that will greatly benefit mankind. But "free electricity" alone would be enough motivation. Imagine a world where there were no coal/natural gas/oil/nuclear power plants to pollute the environment. All electric power can be produced without polluting the environment at all. Also imagine a world where all our cars were  powered by an electric motor that did not pollute the environment. Don't get me wrong. I'm not an environment whacko, a tree hugger or a worshipper of "mother earth". But if there is a technology that can solve some of our pollution problems then I think we should use it.

Q.   How does Dennis Lee respond to people and web sites that claim what you are doing is a scam?
A.   One of the unfortunate things about the internet is that anyone can say virtually anything on a web site. Most people take whatever they read on the web as if it were absolutely true. In actual fact, most if not all of what has been published on the web about Dennis Lee and UCSA are lies. The UCSA web site has a page where Dennis Lee has a recorded message that answers the critics. There is one web site in particular that has been very critical. There is a article on this web site that does a wonderful job of answering this critic

Q.  If this technology is real, why haven't we heard about it all over the media?
A.  That's a great question and we wonder the same thing. But the sad truth is that the media has had many opportunities to report on what we are doing. Rarely do they take us up on an offer to honestly report on what we are doing.  When they do report on what we are doing, they always give an biased report that ends up making it sound as if we are crooks who are trying to rip people off. To illustrate this point, let me tell you about a story that Good Morning America did on us in November of 1999. UCSA did a national tour with stops in 47 cities in 1999 where we demonstrated some of our technologies. Out of that tour, Good Morning America did one story on us and they implied that we were con artists. The interviewed a scientist that said what we were doing was impossible but there is no evidence to indicate that the scientist every came to one of our shows. We offered to let people bring their own test equipment at every show to prove that our measurements of the input and output of the Hummingbird motor were false. No one every proved that we were lying. The Good Morning America segment never mentioned this fact. You can draw your on conclusions about the reasons for this. But let me share my view (although you may think it a little paranoid). According to an article put out by Sentinel of Freedom (in Reno Nevada) in October 1997, just four companies control the vast majority of print and broadcast media: General Electric, Westinghouse, Time Warner, and Disney/Cap Cities. Two of these companies, General Electric and Westinghouse, have all the contracts to build huge turbines and generators for all the new power plants that would be built and to maintain the existing ones. The last thing they want is to see the end of large, central power plants. Plus, all of the media outlets have to be concerned about their advertisers. These might include power producers, electric utilities, petroleum companies, coal companies, etc. There is a lot of interconnection between these companies and they help keep the status quo. For example, I've been told that GE (the largest manufacturer of electric motors in the US) has a representative on the board of directors of every electric utility in the nation. [I have not been able to confirm this so if you have any information, I would like to hear your feedback.] These self interest groups have a big stake in continuing to make huge profits from the current system of energy production. If the media was to tell you that there was a viable alternative, we would get lots of support that would allow us to bring out the alternative more quickly. This would kill their cash cow more quickly. Political conservatives have often lamented the fact that conservative ideas rarely get a fair representation in America. I believe that this situation is no different. 

Q.  This sounds like a great opportunity. Is there any way that I can make money from what UCSA is doing?
A.  Yes, there are several ways you can potentially make money from "free electricity". Please see the Income Opportunities page for details. 

Q.  Can I buy stock in UCSA?
A.  No, UCSA is a privately held company and no stock is available for sale. There are only two ways to financially benefit from our "free electricity" technology. First, you can sign up to receive "free electricity". Second, you can sign others up to receive "free electricity", see Income Opportunities for details.

Q.  The registration certificate for "free electricity" is from International Tesla Electric Company (ITEC). Who is ITEC?
A.  ITEC is a division of UCSA that will operate the electric energy business.

Q.  What are UCSA and BWT and how are they related? 
A.   UCSA (United Community Services of America) is a marketing company and BWT (Better World Technologies) is a research company. BWT has an exclusive agreement with UCSA that allows UCSA to be the only company that can market the discoveries that come from BWT's research. UCSA has 2000 dealerships that have the exclusive right to market the products that UCSA offers. UCSA does not sell the products directly to the public nor does it deal with the public directly. Only dealers can market UCSA's products (including "free electricity"). Dennis Lee is the head of both companies and both companies are privately held corporations. There are two logos on the home page for this web site are the logos for UCSA and BWT. 

Q.  How is Innovative Technologies Group, LLC related to UCSA?
A.  Innovative Technologies Group, LLC is one of the 2000 UCSA dealers.