GMC Holding Corporation Announces
Solicitation Of Public / Private
ORLANDO, Fla., Dec 17, 2004 -- Orlando, Florida-Based GMC Holding
Corporation announces that it is seeking proposals from city, county and state
governmental agencies to form Public / Private Partnerships and for the
construction of Research, Development and Manufacturing Facilities, to be
financed by the
sale of $ 100,000,000 of Tax Exempt Economic Development Bonds.
GMC Holding Corporation Announces Economical
Solution For The World's Power
and Energy Needs
ORLANDO, Fla., Nov 17, 2004 /PRNewswire-FirstCall via COMTEX/ -- Orlando,
Florida-based GMC Holding Corporation (OTC Pink Sheets:
GMCC) announced today that after 12 years of R&D, it
has achieved a major revolutionary breakthrough in solving the world's energy
needs. The technology provides substantial mechanical power and/or electricity
without the use of fossil fuels, hydrogen or hydrogen fuel cells, substantial
batteries or any other outside recharging source (independent of the grid
These stand-alone, all-green (100% pollution free) power systems will
establish a new standard in energy efficiency and bring economical energy-
producing alternatives to the world market.
The systems can be adapted for powering all types of motorized products,
even including the auto, trucking, RV, boating and golf cart industry in
addition to delivering electrical energy for residential, commercial and
agricultural markets. For example, electric motors currently consume over 50% of
the energy produced daily by the utility companies within the United States.
This technology can eliminate most, if not all, of that consumption. This in
itself will reduce fossil fuel use significantly, thereby greatly helping to
alleviate the world's dependence on oil.
The systems are safe, clean, reliable, quiet, cool, easy-to-operate, long-
lasting and emission-free. They can be manufactured in various sizes and power
-- from a fraction of a horsepower rating to several thousand horsepower.
Depending on use, it is estimated that the systems will last for 20-50 years.
The company is looking to form alliances with entities/groups on a
domestic and international basis to ensure the manufacture and distribution of
this technology to various segments of the marketplace. The overall market value
is expected to exceed a trillion dollars over the next 10 years and these
estimates are more than likely to be low.
For more information, including video and technical data, visit website
or call Richard
Brace, President of GMC Holding Corporation, at (407) 834-9400.
prototype motor presented is a permanent magnet design, with the
magnets suspended in an inner frame forming the rotor and multiple
coils embedded in an outer frame forming the stator. The unit is
designed with helical rows of matching magnets and coils, whose
numbers can be varied depending on the size requirements. The
stator is pulsed with direct current (DC) forming an opposing
electric field, i.e. repulsive orientation, thus collapsing the
existing permanent magnetic field and causing the motor to rotate.
A series of electronic switches are triggered by an optical sensor
to provide proper pulse width and timing. A standard DC-DC motor
controller system is used to control the magnitude of the pulses
and therefore the speed.
motor is designed on the known principals set forth by Nikola
Tesla. The operation is based on the collapsing and subsequent
expanding of the permanent magnetic field. This produces two
effects: the first is tremendous repulsion and torque, as is true
in all DC motors; the second effect is that of a back
electromagnetic force (Ke). It is this Ke energy that is used in a
regenerative fashion to increase the motor's efficiency to
extremely high levels. Another effect of the rapid pulsing of the
electromagnetic field is the phenomenon of "cold running". Unlike
conventional motors which produce tremendous heat, this motor
exhibits very little temperature rise during
will manifest all attributes of current DC motors including
tremendous torque and brushless rotor construction. This unit shall
also be capable of turning a standard AC generator to produce
conventional AC power and thus provide power for remote locations
operating only from standard 12VDC batteries. Most current
applications of DC motors and indeed, many AC motor applications,
shall be covered by variations of this motor with greatly increased
efficiency and reliability. The expected operating temperatures
alone may constitute a new class of efficiency and increase mean
time between failures (MTBF) to unheard of