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PESWiki Directory of Clean Energy Technologies
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Directory:Feel Good Cars - ZENN stands for "Zero Emissions No Noise". Designed for around-town driving, it has a maximum speed of 25 mph with range of 30-40 miles. Full charge after six hours on a standard 110-volt outlet. Three hours gives it a 80% charge.
Directory:Fellows Thermoacoustic Cycle (TAC) Generator - Texas inventor's technology uses heat to amplify acoustic waves (sound waves) in a high pressure gas, which drive a linear generator and produce electric power. The system can allegedly be built at a very low cost.Latest: Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Fuel Efficiency Additives >Directory:Ferox Fuel Additive - Ferox Gas & Diesel Fuel Additive is a catalyst that is an eco-friendly fuel additive and horsepower booster. It allegedly increases mileage from between 10 and 20% while also significantly reducing harmful emissions while cleaning out the engine, reducing engine wear, extending engine life. (PESWiki Oct. 26, 2008)
Directory:Fieldstone Tidal Energy - Harvests river and tidal energy. "System is capable of producing energy in the megawatt range, and more importantly connects to the grid sychronously with zero fish kill."
Directory:Finsrud Wheel - an alleged perpetual motion device currently in operation in an art gallery in Drobak, Norway.Latest: Directory:Solar > Directory:Thin Film Solar >Directory:First Solar - Though this Arizona company is to be congratulated on reducing manufacturing costs for solar modules to 98 cents per watt, breaking the $1 per watt price barrier, the environmental downside of the use of highly toxic cadmium can't be overlooked. (PESWiki March 16, 2009)
Directory:Flight - An index of clean or energy-efficient flight concepts, prototypes, and available products relating to human flight.
Directory:Floating Solar Chimney - A variant of the concrete Directory:Solar Tower concept. The floating chimney is a light-weight structure made of a set of lifting balloon rings filled with a lighter than the air gas. Result is projected to be cost-competitive with grid electricity generation.Congress:Top 100 Technologies -- RD / Latest: Directory:Wind > Directory:High-Efficiency Horizontal Axis Wind Turbines >Directory:FloDesign Wind Turbine - FloDesign is working on a wind turbine concept that could potentially be at least twice as efficient as traditional rotor blade turbines, which force air around them instead of through them. First prototype will be 12 feet in diameter and produce 108 kW power. (PESWiki Sept. 9, 2008)
Directory:Flycycle - Canadian project objective is to build a practical human-powered aircraft. Their first prototype is nearing completion testing is pending. Presently a do-it-yourself project, complete with instructions.
Directory:Flynn Parallel Path principle device - Flynn associate, Michael Schuckel, provides a complete set of instructions of how to build a very basic device that proves the revolutionary magnet flux multiplication concept set forth by Joseph Flynn, and now being pursued by some large companies.Latest /
There was an error working with the wiki: Code> OS:Magnet Motor by FM Concepts - On the 4th of July, inventor, F.M., supplied photos and a video showing his all-magnet motor accelerating and he gave permission for us to post a page about this open source project. He's hoping for a lot of replications by others, followed by characterization, improvement, optimization, and commercialization. (PESWiki July 5, 2009)
Directory:Focus Fusion - Lawrenceville Plasma Physics is currently researching and developing the Plasma Focus Device for hydrogen-boron nuclear fusion. Focus Fusion is projected to be a safe, clean, easy, reliable energy solution that could provide electricity at a few tenths of a cent per kilowatt-hour.
Directory:Hydrogen > Directory:Fuel Cells >Directory:Formula Zero - Hydrogen Racing - The world's first international fuel-cell powered motor racing series kicked off in Rotterdam over the weekend. The organisers hope that 'Formula Zero,' like Formula 1, can become a forum for competing technology as much as anything else, helping green consumer cars to become better. (PESWiki Aug. 29, 2008)Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic >Directory:Alan Francoeur Interference Disc Generator - Alan L. Francoeur describes his generator as a multi-phase, interchangeable, ac/dc, variable, frequency dynamo machine of high efficiency. Due to some "prior art" controversy, in the interest of history, we resurrect this information. (PESWiki March 9, 2009) Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies /
There was an error working with the wiki: Code> Directory:Water as Fuel > Directory:Hydroxy or HHO Injection Systems > Directory:Running Vehicles on Water > Directory: Hydrogen Hog by Future Energy Concepts, Inc. - In the tradition of Stanley Meyer, the people at Future Energy Concepts, Inc. dazzled the community in August 2011 with their claim to have run a 2004 Dodge 4x4 pickup truck on nothing but water via their on-board hydroxy gas generator that uses the truck's alternator to electrolyze water, which is then ducted into the air intake. (PESWiki since Aug. 19, 2010)
Review:Book:Bearden:Free Energy Generation - Book by Tom Bearden, with John Bedini, is said to be a must-have for researchers attempting to harness the Tesla type radiant energy forces of nature. Skeptics demur.
Directory:Fuel Efficiency - Identifying the appropriate fuel-efficiency solution for your car.
Directory:Oil > Directory:Fuelwatch Worldwide - Directory created to keep an eye on fuel costs worldwide. Why do we see prices from 12 cents USD up to over $11 USD per gallon for the same product from around the world?Latest: Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Fuel Efficiency Hydrogen Injection > Scooter runs on 100% Hydroxy, no gasoline - Grad student, Jake Wall, fitted a scooter with a Bob Boyce like electrolysis unit and was able to run the scooter (in the garage) on just the hydrogen-oxygen mixture, using half the energy input the engine normally requires. (PESN Jan. 17, 2009)