Why does freely available energy need to be called "Free"?
We all know the history of free energy and conspiracy theories of big oil making energy innovations die or buy them out and kill the technology.
How about the so-called famous quote of J.P. Morgan to Tesla of not being able to put a meter on it? There is a popular term called “Too cheap to meter”, which explains how you might charge for services that essentially are inexpensive. Some services are charged yearly for instance.
But what about “free energy”? Is it really free? How about all the infrastructure or generator build out, or automobiles being retrofitted, solar and battery designs for homes, power storage and delivery, replacement parts, the power grid and the ultimate supply chain.
That’s right The Supply Chain. Somebody has to invest and maintain the massive logistics system to deliver power across the globe, even to remote parts, which is never free. Regardless of how power can become available or re-generate, I suspect that a company like Tesla and big oil would still be in business delivering the infrastructure of keeping the lights on.
Take this clip on plasmoid energy, using Tesla’s designs.
Mr. Come Carpentier in Conversation with Malcolm Bendall, Randall Carlson, Samadhi Lewis and Mike Robertson, on "A New Technology for Energy Generation Inspired by Indic Cosmic Symbology and Mathematics: The Plasmoid Implosion Engine"
Whether you are using a Chondra, Honda or Caterpillar engine, or Toyota or Chevy car, the key logistics and infrastructure, sales network, supporting systems and personnel are still going to be required.
After all isn’t the allure of clean energy, whether vibrational, plasmoid, 4th Gen nuclear, SMR, Thermodynamics, Blossom, Gibbs or Thorium, is going to be how waste is re-used?
Waste re-use is the only way a defining power generation and transmission technology can be considered long-term.
So when you are discussing energy innovations, I would suspect that use “free” energy just means you are describing how such energy may be obtained or re-used. In reality even the air we breath may need a fan to move it around a bit.