written by reader the 15 cent stock, Jason Stutsman claims will produce 66% efficiency electricity

By kolton, February 8, 2017

hi,
I came across the site :
http://www.angelnexus.com/o/web/120388

written by Jason Stutsman.
the claim is very aggressive and seems a miracle . a very efficient energy harvesting – some 66%. energy harvesting day and night ! probably much less efficient at night
& the stock sells for 15 cents.
gallium arsenide is much more efficient than silicon. Alta Devices C , US has such a process, was sold to a chines conglomerate. is it possible that Jason refers to this one?
if you know what Jason is referring too, please open our eyes , or comment
thanks
Eli

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C Boyd
3 years ago

It would be ice if someone knew the answer here- the tech idea does seem promising,

Gerry
Gerry
3 years ago

QTMM: QTMM is all about Quantum Dots; a nanocrystal made of semiconductor materials first developed in the 1980’s. They have many uses including medical, display, solar energy and lighting applications.

Quantum Materials Corp (OTCMKTS:QTMM) is a nanotechnology company specializing in the design, development, production and supply of Nanomaterials including Quantum Dots and tetrapod quantum dots (“TQDs”), a high performance variant of quantum dots, for a range of applications in the life sciences, optoelectronics, photovoltaics, lighting, security ink and sensor sectors of the market.

Quantum Dots are a nanocrystal made of semiconductor materials first developed in the 1980’s. They have many uses including medical, display, solar energy and lighting applications.

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Jason Stutman
3 years ago
Reply to  Gerry

Well done Gerry, this is the stock. Anyone who wants to follow along as we track QTMM is invited to join us over at The Cutting Edge. At the very least, take the free report unsubscribe if you don’t want to hang around… As Kotlon suggests, achieving 66% efficiency would indeed be a miracle today and isn’t realistic any time too soon. However, that’s not the exact claim. Quantum dots instead raise the efficiency *limit* (shockley queisser), meaning they will most likely surpass the cap for traditional cells at some point in the future. I’ll probably pop in if Travis does a feature, but until then good chatting with you guys.

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