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Index Commenced August 2013; Compiled new we've posted since 2006



  • Reader visits Cyclone Power Technologies - "He said they had a deal with Jiffy Lube for-next generation Waste Heat Engines -- where you could HEAT using WASTE FUEL. They had one location they were going to set this up with; and * he heard there was an order for 600 units." (Free Energy Blog; November 17, 2013)
  • Raphial Agrees to do Crowdfunder - Thanks to the showing of support in the poll "How much would you contribute?", nearly $25,000 already pledged, Raphial has agreed to do a crowdfunder. And after a two hour conference call, we came up with some 20 perks. Can't wait to publish it!! (Free Energy Blog; October 30, 2013)
  • Featured / Top 100: Flying > Cars > Moller / MYT >
    Moller Skycar signs $480 million MOU - Moller International has announced signing a memorandum of understanding to create a US-based joint venture to produce numerous models of its vertical take-off and landing aircraft, with its first variety by 2014. But could craft powered by Morgado's MYT engine beat them? (PESN; February 2, 2013)


  • Featured: News > SmartScarecrow > This Week in Free Energy™ >
    Sterling's Weekly Free Energy Review on SmartScarecrow Show: November 22, 2012 - DOD Analysis of MYT Engine Published • LENR Weekly • Steven Jones replica: not fusion • Infinite Energy: ZPE and Charged Water • Bushnell threatens Martinez • Breakthrough Energy Conf. Exceeds Expectations • Dansie Demonstrates Solid-State Chip and Water Flashlight • Inteligentry • Thrive Movement 1 year later • Ventura on Death Ray • Hutchison • Eric Dollard • Keshe Space-USB recipient countries • Alt. Explanation for Newman Machine • Urine-Powered Generator • GMO (FreeEnergyNews)


  • Fuel Efficiency > Engines >
    GE awards leading innovators in clean energy technology - This was brought to my attention by Angelo DiPietro of Engineair, who is the first company listed in this story about the winners of the Ecomangination contest. I interviewed DiPietro on Dec. 9, 2006, and we at the New Energy Congress listed his technology in our Top 100 listing. Perhaps we could account this as "good bird-dogging" on future trends and technologies. (PureEnergyBlog; April 2, 2013)
  • Featured: Fuel Efficiency > Engines > MYT >
    Raphial's Radical Revolver to Start MYT-6 Engine (Interview) - Before he invented the Massive Yet Tiny engine, Raphial Morgado designed a massive yet tiny gun. Now an Italian company is marketing a breakthrough gun called the Chiappa Rhino 200DS than is very similar to that patented design. This could provide a way for Angel Labs to get funding for the MYT-6 prototype development. But the real kicker is the Integrated Case Projectile (ICP). (PESN and BeforeItsNews; February 14, 2011)



  • Featured: Fuel Efficiency > Engines > MYT >
    Mighty (MYT) hope for auto dealerships - Raphial Morgado's Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) engine is not yet in production, which would enable the service department of dealerships to run a retrofitting business. However, dealerships might consider getting into the interim business of pre-owned/used car sales rather than just shutting down, if they can, to hold them over. (PESN; June 5, 2009) (Comment at
  • Top 100 / Featured: Engines > Retrofits > MYT >
    Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine Going to Production (Interview) - World famous inventor, Raphial Morgado, sets forth a plan for his technology roll-out without requiring auto maker's cooperation. One of Angel Labs' retrofit engines the size of an alternator could replace an SUV engine, increasing performance, and yielding mileage as good as a Prius. (PESN; January 13, 2009)


  • DiesOtto - the “future of the gasoline engine�? - Mercedes-Benz unveiled a new gasoline engine offering the high torque and fuel economy of a diesel (40 US mpg) together with extremely clean emissions. The DiesOtto features direct gasoline injection, turbocharging, variable valve timing and variable compression, a hybrid integrated starter/generator module and controlled auto ignition. (GizMag; Jul. 25, 2007)
  • Miller-cycle Engine Improves Fuel Economy - Mazda has developed a Miller-cycle gasoline engine which employs delayed closing of the intake valves to reduce pumping losses and improve thermal efficiency. In combination with Mazda’s first continuously variable transmission (CVT), the Mazda2 will get 54 mpg US, an improvement of 20% over the current model. (Green Car Congress; May 31, 2007)
  • ABC Interviews DiPietro of Engineair -- the Rotary Air-driven Engine - "Our motor delivers high torque and low rpm, very high efficiency, low noise and it's a fraction of the weight of a traditional piston motor. It is cheaper to produce and is better for the environment, as less material and energy is used in its production." (ABC, Australia; May 28, 2007)
  • Purdue scientists claim 'major leap' in engine design - A new type of engine could dramatically reduce oil consumption and the emission of global-warming pollutants. Variable valve actuation would enable significant improvements in conventional gasoline and diesel engines because the valves' timing would no longer be restricted by the pistons' movement. (Science Blog; May 10, 2007)
  • TwinForce Direct Injection Concept - FEV Engine Technology will showcase its turbocharged, gasoline direct injection engine concept—TwinForce—at the upcoming SAE World Congress. The TwinForce V-6 engine adds two turbochargers and direct injection to deliver 15% better fuel economy than a V-8 with similar power. (Green Car Congress; Apr. 12, 2007)
  • Volkswagen TSI Twincharger engine - Volkswagen's TSI engine provides the power of a larger engine with the fuel efficiency (38mpg) and emissions of a much smaller engine. It uses a combination of both belt-driven supercharger and a turbocharger for on demand power while still achieving high efficiency at low load conditions, at a substantially cheaper cost than a diesel engine. (AutoblogGreen; Mar. 21, 2007)
  • The Linear Combustion Engine - Researchers are developing a linear combustion engine, with two opposing pistons at either end of a cylinder. The design promises greater efficiency than rotary combustion engines, but it requires sophisticated control electronics to keep the system in check. Because the compression ratio can be variable, it will run on a wide variety of fuels. (EcoGeek; Mar. 17, 2007)
  • New engine to slash 50% off emissions - Epicam's dexpressor concept would harvest wasted car exhaust heat to drive a pump-like rotor, improving engine efficiency, emissions and fuel economy up to 50 per cent. A heat exchange coil around the exhaust manifold of the engine super-heats water, building up pressure that is used to turn rotors that feed into the crankshaft of the engine. (Business Weekly; Feb. 28, 2007)
  • Piezo injection in 10 Best Engine List - For the first time an engine equipped with piezo direct injection gasoline (DIG) technology was featured in Ward's 10 Best Engine List of 2007. The piezo technology delivers higher torque and improved vehicle fuel economy. Direct injection fuel delivery, which is widely used in diesel engines, injects gasoline directly into the engine's combustion chamber. (AutoblogGreen; January 17, 2007)


  • The Ultra-Efficient, Two-Stroke Bonner Engine - The Army Research Laboratory’s Vehicle Technology Directorate is presenting (pdf) three unconventional engine concepts: a low-power, high energy-density Nutating engine; a turbine that uses a semi-closed engine cycle with vapor-absorption refrigeration; and the Bonner Engine, a two-stroke combustion engine in which two cylinders reciprocate in a 90° X-configuration. (Green Car Congress; November 13, 2006)
  • OBVIO! to License Rotoblock Oscillating Piston Engine for Flex-Fuel Hybrids - Brazilian automotive company OBVIO! has signed a development and license agreement with Rotoblock Corporation for the development and incorporation of a more compact Oscillating Piston Engine—a toroidal internal combustion engine —into the OBVIO! 828, 012 and subsequent models. OBVIO! is in the process of manufacturing two microcars powered by traditional internal combustion engines and the company is interested in the OPE’s ability to be incorporated into an ethanol hybrid drive train projected for production. (Green Car Congress; August 01, 2006)
  • MIT's pint-sized car engine promises high efficiency, low cost - MIT researchers are developing a half-sized gasoline engine that performs like its full-sized cousin, with hybrid-like fuel efficiency at a far lower cost. Injection of ethanol directly into the engine's cylinders when under heavy load prevents engine knock, allowing efficiencies from higher turbocharging and compression ratios. (MIT news office; October 25, 2006)
  • Exclusive PDF Interview - The MYT engine is the result of a $4 million dollar R&D project undertaken by Angel Labs LLC to build the ultimate internal combusion engine. Inspired by drag racing, inventor Raphial Morgado designed the engine with a focus on power, torque, and fuel-efficiency to meet the hefty demands of the today's automotive applications in a lightweight package. The result was a revolutionary design with a power-to-weight ratio up to 40 to 1, over 3,000 ft/lbs of torque, and a diesel-mode mileage in excess of 150 mpg! (American Anti-Gravity; May, 2006)


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