A). Assuming I can generate static electricity amounts previously unknown considering energy levels needed to create said amounts. What have I got?
B). Is there a ratio of static electricity created, to alternating current used to create it, that I can use to measure my proposition?
this is an interesting discussion. The easiest way to understand and VISUALIZE electricity is to think of it as WATER.
now, STATIC electricity is just like a body of water, CONTAINED, and not moving at a certain altitude (ex: glass of water on a table).
a DC current is like water RUNNING in a pipeline-circuit, propelled by a pump ( equivalent to a battery or generator)
an AC current is again like watter in a circuit but the water doesn't run, it just goes back and forth using the pump.
now AIR in a room has static electricity, yes. but the entire room has the SAME charge. in water terms, its like having a water-wheel in a pool, and trying to make the wheel turn. the pool might me on top of mount everest (ie: high electric charge), but the wheel will still not turn.
for the "WHEEL" to turn you need a difference between your charges (this is called electric potential, measured in VOLTS). in other words, you need two different altitudes for your body of water. then the water may flow from the higher altitude, to the lower altitude, causing a CURRENT, and turning your wheel.
when we charge our batteries, it's equivalent to using a pump (electric outlet) to pump water up a reservoir of water at a higher altitude, so it may be used to turn our wheels (cellphone) later on when we need it.
as for the PERPETUAL MOTION machine, it is physically impossible for the same reason that your hot coffee gets colder in a colder room, and not the other way around. or if you shine light on a light bulb, it will not generate electricity. it's called the second law of thermodynamics, and it says that all processes have a direction. you can read more about this topic.
just remember, you can NEVER get more than what you give in a Closed System. this is how nature is, and this is why the patenting office has stopped receiving designs that claim to be perpetually sustained.
I hope this post cleared things up