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Chinese Researcher Unveils New Battery Technology at Private Investment Conference

Henry Chiang presented the world with a revolutionary way to power everything from cell phones to entire cities...

His secret technology, and the tiny startup firm that owns it, could earn you the easiest profits you've ever made.

Before Henry Chiang made coal and oil obsolete, he was just a regular guy.

But on July 12, 2010, he delivered a 23-minute speech in which he unveiled a technology he'd been waiting for the perfect time to reveal.

So, as nearly every member at the Global Securities Conference sat on the edges of their seats, Henry Chiang described several key details of a project he'd been working on for years...

A viable way to use solar power at night.

It may not seem like a big deal to you, but if you saw the line of investors waiting in line to speak with Henry Chiang, you'd probably reconsider.

You see, with just one hour's worth of sunlight, we could power the whole planet for an entire year...

Summer, winter, day, and night.

But, for a long time, no one had the slightest idea how to store that energy efficiently enough to even power one household for a full 24 hours.

That is, until Henry Chiang revealed his way of providing electricity indefinitely — night or day, rain or shine.

And I'm not just talking about a few houses...

I'm talking about entire cities — even countries — as Henry's technology becomes the way we power everything.

Some energy insiders have even claimed the need for fossil fuels to generate power in a modern economy are completely false.

Maybe that's why, according to an investment prospectus from PiperJaffray, it's estimated that there will be upwards of $600 billion spent on this technology over the next 10-12 years.

That's how big this thing is.

Of course, Henry hasn't divulged all the details yet, so I can only tell you what I know...

The first thing that pops into my mind is how much money in potential profits this situation could create for you.

It's certainly not every day a world-altering (and this isn't an exaggeration) energy discovery is made...

I mean, in 23 minutes of speaking, Henry Chiang made coal and oil obsolete.

This could make him a billionaire many times over. He'll only have to work again if he chooses to.

And you, too, might say the same — once I prove to you how much money you stand to funnel into your bank account over the next year or so.

As I'll prove to you in a moment, this isn't some "shot in the dark"...

For the first time in history, we're on the cusp of being able to harness the sun's rays efficiently enough to power entire countries...

The energy company no one can catch

The sun gives off approximately 1,000 watts of power per square meter, per day.

That's enough energy — if stored properly — to provide the entire world with infinite power.

Of course, while we're far from that goal, we're extremely close to powering buildings, cities, even countries as solar energy storage technology advances.

And that's where Henry Chiang comes in...

What he shared with the crowd at the Global Securities conference was his company's progress on a rechargeable energy unit known as the NiMH (Nickel Metal Hydride) battery.

Once thought of as a battery good only for powering calculators and watches, Henry has helped take this technology to an entirely new level.

In fact, as I write this, his company has produced batteries that can run cars, planes — even a series of homes.

And while there are hundreds of startups across the world looking to jump into the market...

They don't have anywhere near the experience to produce batteries that have the same recyclability, high power, high energy density, and long life that Henry's batteries have.

But the company I'm telling you about today isn't a one-trick pony...

Over the last decade, they've perfected several types of high-tech batteries — from the NiMH model I've told you about to lithium ion batteries.

In fact, they're already distributing them in Europe, North America, and Asia.

And with several subsidiaries working on new ways to use batteries (like producing full-scale nighttime solar), not to mention their accredited R&D department, the company is about to spring from its Chinese headquarters to be the biggest battery company on earth.

But that's not even the best part...

On July 8th (four days before what will no doubt be remembered as the famous speech Henry delivered at the Global Securities conference), it was proven that his technology is the closest we've ever come to infinite power.

"We are on the verge of the perpetual flight"
— The New York Times

As with any major discovery, testing must start out small.

You can't just put New York City on stored solar power without first figuring out how to implement it perfectly...

And that’s where the Solar Impulse project comes in.

The first stage started on July 7th, 2010. It ended 26 hours and 9 minutes later as pilot Andre Borschberg touched down in a solar-powered aircraft.

And as quickly as that, history was made.

You see, using the very same technology Henry Chiang has become a leading expert on, this solar-powered plane was able to fly throughout the night using only the energy it had harbored from the sun.

Even more incredible: As the morning sun rose, the plane's charge began quickly increasing.

The craft could have flown for another 24 hours... and another... and another after that.

In fact, had it not been for the human pilot, there's no telling just how long the plane could have stayed in the air.

As co-founder of the project Bertrand Piccard stated in a New York Times article, "We are on the verge of the perpetual flight."

Something that was once thought impossible — using the sun’s power through the hours of the night — has just been proven to work...

And with extraordinary results.

The flight broke records for the highest and longest solar flight in history.

Perpetual energy is something that will never be achieved with a plane powered by fossil fuels — not to mention how much “greener” using solar power is.

Perhaps that’s why Parker Weil, co-head of the Americas Energy and Power Group at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, recently said: “We are bullish on energy efficiency… Energy Efficiency is where the money is…”

Who knows — perhaps Mr. Weil was one of those in line to speak with Henry Chiang after Henry delivered that blockbuster speech I told you about earlier?

Maybe that’s why Henry has been invited to speak at three more conferences through 2011...

Or maybe it’s just because Henry’s technology is the best in the universe…

No other solar technology compares

After months of wading knee-deep in research, I can’t find any other technology that compares to what Henry Chiang and his company are holding in their hands right now.

I’m talking specifically about the NiMH battery technology that Henry presented at the Global Securities Conference on July 12, 2010.

They do what every other company strives to do.
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