An equipment includes an electro-magnetic metallurgy high powered electrical energy density push-repel two stage magnetic stack drive motor for cylinders as well as an hydro-kinetic high pressure hydraulic and nitrogen gas piston drive pump motor arrangement. A linear electric generator could be connected to the arrangement in order to produce electric energy , or the output shaft can be utilized for propulsion.

Because of the increasing cost of electricity generated from burning fossil fuels there have been attempts to harness wind power to produce electricity. However, predicting wind availability where and when and for how long is not yet generally possible.Furthermore, the strength of the wind in not constant and it varies from zero to storm force. Wind turbines do not always generate the equivalent amount of electricity. In fact, occasionally they do not produce any electricity at all. It is challenging to discover a different technology to generate electricity.

The invention in question is designed to provide an electro-magnetic hybrid hydro-kinetic high pressure propulsion system as well as a an electrical generator that is led magnetically.

Another purpose of this invention is to offer an intermittent generator that is magnetically levitated that includes a nitrogen and hydraulic gas high-pressure accumulator and reservoir tank which makes the requirement for batteries or an inverter not necessary for continuous operation.

Another goal of the invention is to provide an intermittent generator that is magnetically levitated and operates 24/7/365, without sun or wind.

The present invention also aims to create an electro-magnetic hybrid high-pressure hydrokinetic system and magnetically-levitated generator. It makes use of nitrogen pre-pressurized gas accumulator reservoirs that can be pre-pressurized to up to 5000 PSI and hydraulic.

Yet a further object of the present invention to provide a hybrid electro-magnetic hydro kinetic high pressure propulsion drive system and magnetically levitated non-intermittent generator made of electro-metallurgy high density super energystorage ultra-capacitors that are high-tech, shunting electric power to a hybrid synergy drive gearbox in addition, it provides additional power when required to maintain the system running or assist in kicking off the machine whenever and if needed, aided by acomputer implemented software solution.

The present invention is also an electro-magnetic hybrid high pressure propulsion system , as well as a magnetically intermittent generator. It is made up of two small, off-the-shelf 1.5 to 5kw pancake shopgenerators or more depending on the size of the machine is. These generators are connected to the two sides of the magnet-cylinder drive stack and generate electricity while it spins.

Another purpose of the present invention is to provide a hybrid electro-magnetic high pressure propulsion system and magnetically levitated non-intermittent generator that utilizes the hydro-kinetic hydraulic turbinewheel.

The invention is characterized by many advantages and features, that have been described in some detail. It should be evident that there are additional advantages and objects that are related to this invention. This is especially true when the explanation of the invention is supported by the drawings that are attached.

The present invention is characterized by its two stage electro-magnetic high pressure energy density generator stack for cylinder stacks and its pre-pressurized high pressure hydraulic tank that can reach 220 PSI and nitrogen gas storage tanks with 5000PSI in conjunction with its nitrogen gas piston pump propulsion drive unit that is used to propel the hydro kinetic turbine, also known as the hydraulic pump drive unit utilized for starting and running a vertical magnetically levitated AC generator are the key components within the device’s economic performance and is seen by experts in wind energy as a major leap towards commercialization, leapfrogging traditional wind turbines.

The present invention is an anywhere anytime electro-magnetic high powered electric energy density push and repel magnetic cylinder stack drive generator motor and high electric energy storage devices in tandem with a hydro kinetic high pressurehydraulic and nitrogen gas high pressure propulsion drive generating solution with distinct advantages over conventional horizontal and vertical axis wind turbines with low cost global deployment better operational performance and greater environmentaladvantages.

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