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Noca Clean Energy (NCE) have engineered the DMIG, a Digital Magnetic Transducer Generator which produces zero-emission, inexpensive, easy to maintain, and continuously available energy.

The DMIG is therefore a form of free energy. ‘Free’ can refer to energy we do not have to pay to use, but also to a system that can generate power by taking energy from a limitless source.

The DMIG is classed as such a power source since it is generated free from the constraints of mainstream energy sources such as oil, solar and wind, and can continue to produce energy twenty-four hours, seven days a week, for an infinite amount of time without the worry of ever running out.

NCE was launched in 2016, videos of the DMIG were made public in 2017, and the team at Collective Evolution “have actually seen and vetted the technology” for themselves, according to an article published in 2018.

I decided to contact the Noca team for more information as they have not publicly announced updates on this device since 2017 and they emailed back to confirm this technology exists.

The Noca Team believe “energy independence is fundamental to the success of any economy.” Their primary focus is to work with governments and utility companies to deploy the DMIG commercially.

Imagine a world where we could have access to limitless, non-polluting energy generation. More efficient than coal, wind, solar and geothermal power, the Digital Magnetic Inducer Generator (DMIG) could be such a technology.

Applicable both small and large-scale, the DMIG could produce non-stop reliable clean electricity for homes, businesses or entire cities without requiring any fuel input.

NOCA Clean Energy is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Noca Inc, one of North America’s fastest growing commodity firms and a world leader in the global transformation to clean, environmentally friendly energy.



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Teaching at Nottingham University, Summer 2019


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