Free energy sounds too good to be true and the Enigin scam team have already produced work that highlights the disturbing number of rip-offs and energy frauds in operation across the globe.
Is free energy possible? At the moment the answer is an unfortunate ‘no’. Yet there are many companies and organisations that lure unsuspecting customers into the false belief that they need never pay another electricity bill ever again. In the United States it was reported last year that a company was supposedly offering free lifetime energy to customers. The inventor set up a website and made claims that he had designed and produced a revolutionary new generator that makes free energy and promised a lifetime of free electricity. Of course the claims were investigated and were soon found to be proven false. The ‘inventor’ has since faced criminal charges and prosecution across 5 states in the US. It is examples like this that the Enigin scam team strives to use as warnings to all of us.
Renewable energy and consumption monitoring
The only way to dig ourselves out of the impending energy crisis is to be vigilant and careful of how we utilise our energy. The Eniscope technology from Enigin demonstrates the amount of energy that can be saved in buildings everywhere simply by showing us how much we are using and losing. It is a proven fact that we all respond more proactively to visual stimulus and it is here where the Eniscope comes to the fore. By providing the user with easy to understand displays on a phone or laptop of exactly how much energy is being used at any given time, the technology gives the user a subconscious call to action, encouraging him or her to do something about any unnecessary wastage.
The Enigin scam team are also keen to highlight the importance of investing in renewable energy sources and with the Eniscope tech in place in thousands of buildings worldwide, it can only be a matter of time before we all cotton on to the benefits.