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Archive links for the http://FreeEnergyNow.net radio show by Sterling D. Allan, CEO of PES Network, Inc..


2009 Interviews

2008 Interviews

  • Featured: Algae for Oil >
    OriginOil turning Algae to Oil - OriginOil believes that their breakthrough proprietary technology will provide the world with an endless supply of what they call "new oil" from algae, through a high-speed manufacturing process, capable of making it a direct competitor to petroleum, without disrupting the environment or food resources. (FreeEnergyNow; Nov. 10, 2008)
(1:20 Hours, 19 MB)
  • Jeane Manning and Joel Garbon - Breakthrough Power - How quantum leap new energy inventions can transform our world - Co-authors to discuss their new book that provides a fascinating overview of the new energy field and the obstacles faced by many of the more unusual or disruptive technology inventors, and how their emergence will change the planet. (FreeEnergyNow; Nov. 3,4, 2008 )
(57 Minutes, 14 MB)

Pre-recorded Oct. 25, 2008, 9:00 - 9:55 am Pacific

(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
(1:12 Hours, 20 MB)
  • Denis Palmer, CEO and Damien Rittock - Millennial Motors, Inc. - Company claims to have come up with a motor that puts out far more torque per input energy than conventional motors. Their coils are ultra simple to wind, and are arranged in modular nodes. Because their design eliminates more than 95% of the iron from the motor. (FreeEnergyNow; Oct. 8, 2008 )
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
  • [Weinstein, CEO - Principle Power, Inc.] - is presently focused on two areas: a floating platform, adapted from the oil industry for offshore wind, wave, and current harnessing; and an inflatable concentrated solar technology. (FreeEnergyNow; Oct. 6, 2008)
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
(no program) - We had Michael Spitzauer, CEO of Green Power Inc scheduled for a pre-record, but he was unable to make it due to a family medical emergency. Our prayers to out to them at this time. The program has been rescheduled for Oct. 13.(FreeEnergyNow; Sept. 15, 2008)
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
  • Mike Hayter, Raser’s Director of Geothermal Development - Raser Technologies - Company has a rapid-deployment capability for low-heat geothermal energy. The geothermal pipes are in a closed loop, tied to a heat exchanger that heats a refrigerant which runs a turbine, in a reverse-refrigeration system, generating electricity in a cost-effective manner, competing price-wise with coal or natural gas plants. (FreeEnergyNow; Sept. 8, 2008)
(60 Minutes, 14 MB)
  • Phil Hardcastle - Rotating Thermionic Generator - Hardcastle's Rotating Thermionic Generator concept relies upon centrifugal force to create a biased electron flow by lowering the work function of the Emitter to a fraction of a volt. Hardcastle believes that this design could provide all the energy needs of the World, just from the heat in ambient air. (FreeEnergyNow; Sept. 1, 2008)
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
  • Damon Kuhn, COO - Ronn Motors - Maker of the new $150,000 Scorpion supercar, talks about how their company is well suited to finally build an ideal version of the on-board electrolysis technology that injects hydrogen into the air intake to catalyze a more efficient burn of the petrol, increasing a vehicle's mileage by 20-40% or much more. (FreeEnergyNow; August 18, 2008)

(60 minutes, 14 MB)
  • Rob Lamkin, CEO - Cool Earth Solar - Company has developed an inflatable solar concentrator technology that slashes materials costs, making solar farms competitive with commercial electricity generation systems. Commercial deployment expected next year; could satisfy a large portion of Gore's 10-years-to-100%-renewable initiative. (FreeEnergyNow; August 11, 2008)
(55 Minutes, 13 MB)
  • Featured: Engines >
    Interview: Super-Efficient 'Gun' Engine - Canadian inventor, Kazimierz Holubowicz, has come up with an environmentally friendly and transmission-free engine based on the same mechanics as how a bullet is shot from a gun. More recent test results showed a 14% increase in torque while using 10% as much fuel. (FreeEnergyNow; Aug. 4, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Ron Taylor and Duane Rasmussen - TMA Global Wind Energy Systems - Vertical axis wind turbine design creates pull on the back side contributing to 40%+ wind conversion efficiencies, doesn't kill birds, runs more quietly, doesn't need to be installed as high, blends better with landscape. Cost-competitive with the best horizontal axis propeller designs. Going commercial. (FreeEnergyNow; July 28, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Horia Nica, inventor and President, Tesnic Wind Turbine - is based on the principles of the Tesla turbine, extracting the wind power via adhesion, in addition to the classic drag and lift extraction. This enables the TESNIC turbine to achieve a very high efficiency, with the cost of electricity produced below the utility price. (FreeEnergyNow; July 14, 2008)

SPECIAL


(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Tom Beck, CEO - SHEC Labs Solar Thermal Efficiency Breakthrough - Exclusive sneak peek prior to the July 14 announcement that they may hold the world's record for solar thermal efficiency, concentrating the sun's energy 5,000 times in a prototype, and potentially 16,000 times in a commercial unit. (FreeEnergyNow; July 12, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Featured / Top 100: Wind > Horizontal Axis >
    Steve Else, CEO - Broadstar Wind Systems - Like a wind surfer, the horizontal blades of the Broadstar turbine change their angle of attack as they go around the perimeter, so that they are generating torque in nearly every position. BroadStar's AeroCam is claimed to be the first turbine to break through the $1/watt cost barrier. It enables distributed power generation in almost any setting, including densely populated urban areas and can capture abundant surface-wind energy in wind farms. (FreeEnergyNow; June 30, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Ted Roger Karson - (1) Harvesting Asian Carp Invasion for Food and Oil; (2) Nikola Tesla; (3) Electric Vehicles - Outside-the-box instructor from college provides some unusual and helpful insights. (FreeEnergyNow; June 16, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Tai Robinson - Intergalatic Hydrogen - An overview of how to convert existing vehicles into clean fuel vehicles, running on multiple local fuels. A look at the process, costs, and other considerations regarding alternative fuels in general. (FreeEnergyNow; June 9, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Richard Hicks - inventor, President of H2Oil, head of R&D and intellectual property; and Dan Atkinson, head of marketing - H2Oil eeFuel - Nanotechnology fuel additive for improving mileage by around 10-15% or more has billions of driving miles chalked up in other countries, including being added to the fuel supply in China including their military fuel. Is now coming to the U.S. market via Fuel Legacy, an MLM company. (FreeEnergyNow; June 2, 2008)

(60 minutes, 14 MB)
  • Dr. Elijah - Slow Moving Water, Inc. - Company has a floating barge river energy turbine technology, in which they use the electricity to generate other usable products such as hydrogen, to get around the high cost of becoming a utility. (FreeEnergyNow; May 26, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Shmuel Ovadia, inventor and three other executives - SDE Wave Power - A Tel Aviv, Israel manufacturer and marketer of Sea Wave Power Plants - utilizing sea wave energy to produce electricity economically, and in an environmentally-friendly manner, claiming that their system can generate electricity for 2 cents per kWh. (FreeEnergyNow; May 19, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Lee Fellows - Thermoacoustic Cycle (TAC) Generator - The TAC can be configured for use with a wide variety of combustible fuels, and burn them efficiently in a low-pressure combustor with very low emissions and a controllable heat signature. When powered by solar radiation or waste exhaust heat from other systems, the TAC has no polluting gaseous emissions. (FreeEnergyNow; May 12, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Francesca Crolley, VP of Operations and Marketing, Industrial NanoTech, Inc. - Nansulate Paint May Soon Generate Electricity from Thermal Differences - With the application of a paint coating, the thermal difference between inside and outside temperatures could be used to generate electricity, in addition to saving energy through its insulating properties. (FreeEnergyNow; May 4, 2008)

SPECIAL


(80 minutes, 17 MB)
  • David Bowling - Continuous Charging Device - Arizona inventor says he has developed a device that will put out a continuous 12 volt electrical current which he has then been using to run motors, small appliances, and charge batteries. (FreeEnergyNow; April 30, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Wes Bolsen, Chief Marketing Officer & VP - Ethanol from Garbage and Old Tires - Tubes packed with bundles of white fibers are the core of a bioreactor, which is the heart of a new technology that Coskata claims combine thermochemical and biological approaches to make ethanol out of wood chips, household garbage, grass, and old tires--indeed, just about any organic material. (FreeEnergyNow; April 7, 2008)



(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Eric Krieg - Leading Skeptic - A look from the perspective of one who is highly doubtful about many of the free energy claims and claimants. After ten years, his offer of a $10,000 prize for a free energy demo is still unclaimed. (FreeEnergyNow; March 31, 2008)



(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Hank Price, Vice President, Solar Technology Development - 280-MW Solar Plant to Use Molten Salt for Energy Storage - Abengoa Solar has announced plans to build a 1900-acre concentrated solar trough plant that will store the heat in molten salt towers for around-the-clock power generation capability. (FreeEnergyNow; March 24, 2008)

2-HOUR SPECIAL


(1.57 hours, 27 MB)
  • Jack Durban - Insider's Account of Steven Mark's Toroid Generator- Former key associate in a non-mechanical technology that allegedly extracted copious free energy from the environment, is ready to tell all, after more than a decade of silence. He says that the technology worked, but that Marks was less than honest in his business dealings. (FreeEnergyNow; March 19, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)

(20 Minutes}

Michael P Spitzauer, CEO - Green Power Inc - Company has developed a method of inexpensively converting biomass and household waste into high grade diesel fuel, a process they call "NanoDiesel" that could go a long way toward solving the world's energy and waste problems at the same time, without upsetting the CO2 balance. (We had technical difficulties and the show ended up being Sterling reviewing the technology for 20 minutes. Possible re-cast at a later date.) (FreeEnergyNow; Feb. 25, 2008)


(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Lou Camilli, Pulse Plugs - PulStar pulse plugs look and fit like traditional spark plugs, but are exponentially more powerful. Spark plugs discharge only 40 watts of power while PulStar discharges 1 million watts! This high power pulse discharge ignites the compressed air/fuel mixture in the cylinder more precisely and completely, producing up to 12% more torque and 20% better fuel economy. (FreeEnergyNow; Feb. 18, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Ahava Amen, 100% Biomass-based Clean "Coal - NewEarth Renewable Energy, Inc. produces a "coal" equivalent from biomass sources. The pellets do not smoke, and produce virtually no pollution, yet have the same BTU content as coal, and are available at a comparable price, when all the costs of coal are factored in. (FreeEnergyNow; Feb. 11, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Chris Patton - Interview addresses some fuel efficiency technologies and some of the amazing energy advances of Dr. Yoshiro Nakamatsu, Joe Holden and World's Nest projects. (FreeEnergyNow; Feb. 4, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Sir Charles Shults III, 6 kW Concentrated Solar Design - Technology combines solar hot water panels with one large fresnel lens to turn the hot water to steam for running a turbine to generate 6 kW of electricity, all for around $6,000, with an ROI of 3-5 years. (FreeEnergyNow; Jan. 28, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Aaron Davidson, Davidson Hill Venturi water current turbine - In October 2003, Davidson and Hill achieved world record results of the highest efficiency from a water current turbine -- 3.84 times what had ever been achieved in an open turbine in a free stream of water. The company is commencing the commercialization stage, with an expected price that competes with coal in the range of 3.5 to 6 cents per kw-h. (FreeEnergyNow; Jan. 21, 2008)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)

(55 minutes, 13 MB)
  • Mike P. Kohnen II and Steve Stark, MPK Co's Litroenergy - A glow-in-the dark paint company, MPK Co, has come up with self-luminous micro particles called Litrospheres™ which they say are inexpensive, non-toxic, and will stay on for 12+ years (half-life point) continuously -- without having to be plugged into any power source. (FreeEnergyNow; Jan. 7, 2008)

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