Nikola Tesla’s Idea of Wireless Transmission of Electrical Energy is a solution for World Energy Crisis

Courtesy of The Tesla Society:

The following are past newspaper articles more than 100 years old which were taken from the Tesla Collection. These are unique original articles about the wireless transmission of electrical energy printed at the time when Tesla was alive.


  • The New York Journal, Sunday, August 8, 1897 : “Tesla Has Fired the Spark Flashed Round the World”
  • New York American, May 22, 1904: Tesla’s Tower – Amazing Scheme of the Great Inventor to Draw Millions of Volts of Electricity Through the Air From Niagara Falls and Then Feed It Out to Cities, Factories and Privat Houses from the Tops of the Towers Without Wires


Above: Nikola Tesla in his laboratory, 1916, in 8th West 40th Street, New York City.


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