Perth-based entrepreneur Aaron Pascoe has created a mechanical gearbox that generates fuel-free power. Now his business, GGOE, is seeking partners to roll out the technology worldwide.

The GGOE Gearbox is designed for a wide variety of uses, including at residential properties, commercial buildings and factories, and for boats, cars, trucks and lawnmowers.

The technology takes its cue from inventor Nikola Tesla’s controversial fuel-free bladeless centripetal flow turbine engine, the Tesla Turbine, that was created in the early 1900s but defies the laws of thermodynamics.

However, Pascoe believes in his product.

“We have created the GGOE Gearbox, the first step to completing Nikola Tesla’s dream of free energy,” he says.

“We believe we will fundamentally change the way power is generated across the world. Power will be generated for free – anywhere, anytime.

“The only cost will be maintenance of the technology.”

The first GGOE Gearbox prototype has been built, and an Australian standard patent has been established.

The company says the product is ready to move into production for commercially viable units, hence the call for global investment.

“The GGOE Gearbox consists of a pair of motors powered by a starter battery to start the system, which generates thousands of Newton meters of torque,” says Pascoe.

“Using that torque, the connected turbine generates power.

“My aim is to see a GGOE Gearbox in every vehicle, machine, appliance, house and building throughout the world.

“We have drawn on fundamentally revolutionary technology and improved it for today’s environment to ensure it is fit for purpose.”

The GGOE Gearbox currently offers a range of units with 10kW, 20kW and 50kW capacities.

“GGOE Gearbox units will be available for installation in homes and other buildings,” says Pascoe.

“We will work with vehicle, appliance and other machinery manufacturers to incorporate the technology into their products so people can power them at virtually no cost.

“The GGOE Gearbox relies on creating a large amount of torque in creating power 24 hours a day, seven days a week – churning endlessly, generating and maintaining its own momentum, and creating zero emissions.

“Imagine being able to jump in your car and drive to the shops without having to get fuel or worry about charging it.

“Or being able to mow the lawn using a lawnmower that starts at the push of a button and keeps going without the need for fuel or batteries. That’s what we are talking about.”