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Trends Impacting the Acceptance of Clean Energy Technology
Collection of news stories that reflect thematic movement in the world toward acceptance of clean, alternative, and even hitherto marginalized 'free energy' technologies.
Free Energy Blog:2014:09:24 - Is shifting to renewables. (Free Energy Blog September 24, 2014)
There was an error working with the wiki: Code Latest / Top 5 Exotic Free Energy Technologies: Directory:Trends > Directory:Zeitgeist > News:2012 Highlights > 2012 in Review--2013 Free Energy Predictions - Though the year didn't bring several technologies to market as I had predicted last year (due to "you don't deserve it yet" lack of adequate awakening), great progress was made. We highlight some of the leading trends, both upward, as well as some of those that are fading, gratefully. (PESN January 2, 2013)
Directory:Wind > Directory:Wind:Cautions / Directory:Wind > Overcapacity Hits Wind Turbine Market - The world's largest wind turbine manufacturer is laying off employees due to over capacity in the market from competition from Chinese suppliers and lower demand in European and U.S. markets as unsustainable subsidies decline. Strong headwinds are blowing against the industry as governments have been forced to reduce the overly generous subsidies they have provided to wind producers. (CanadaFreePress January 24, 2012)Directory:Trends > Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Electric Cars > Who Killed The Electric Car? So Far, It Looks Like The Consumer - According to a recent survey conducted by infas, a social research and market institute in Bonn (Germany), drivers’ expectations and their actual behavior are wildly different. This leads them to avoid electric cars because of perceived shortcomings which actually have no effect on most drivers’ daily habits. (Gas2.0 January 8, 2012)
Directory:Trends > Directory:Zeitgeist > Directory:Free energy > 25 predictions for 2012 - 2015 (plus five things that won't happen) - In addition to those 25 predictions, there's always The Big Unknown. Something really big seems likely to happen in 2012 - 2015 that's so far out of left field that nobody could foresee it. We're talking game-changing big, such as (perhaps) the invention of a bonafide free energy device, or contact with a non-human civilization from another planet. (Directory: Mike Adams and Natural News January 4, 2012)Latest: Directory:Trends > World Clock: Energy and Other Statistics - In addition to Global Energy statistics by type, this widget shows crime and punishment, food production and animal slaughter, debt, world population, death causes, illness and injury by type, environment and natural resources. (FreeEnergyNews/Poodwaddle January 1, 2012)
Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics > Directory:Trends > A Bad Year for Solar Energy - By virtually any yardstick, 2011 was probably a year the PV solar panel industry may like to forget. First and foremost, of course, there was the Solyndra case, which quickly morphed into a major political issue that will likely be continually revisited during the upcoming U.S. presidential campaign. China's heavily-subsidized solar panel industry may present significant ongoing challenges... (Environmental Leader December 13, 2011)Directory:Wind > Directory:Wind Farms > Directory:Wind Farms > Does this Picture Spell Doom for Wind Power? - The wrong kind of wind? It's a phrase that haunts those desperately trying to justify wind farms in Britain. However, apologists for the giant turbines now face the unpalatable truth that structures designed to operate in windy conditions literally fell flat on their faces when the wind became a bit too strong. According to the latest figures, one turbine worked at 15 per cent of its capacity last year, generating generated electricity worth an estimated £100,000 but had to be subsidised with £130,000 of public money. (Express.co.uk December 11, 2011) Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:U.S. Government and Energy / Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:Andrea A. Rossi Cold Fusion Generator (E-Cat) > Cold Fusion Meets Election 2012 - With the 2012 United States presidential election approaching, the reality of cold fusion must be spreading through corridors of power in Washington, DC. With the US military purchasing thirteen E-Cat plants, how will politicians react to a game changing source of energy? (PESN and BeforeItsNews December 11, 2011) Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Trends > Directory:Andrea A. Rossi Cold Fusion Generator (E-Cat) > Alternative Media fails 'free energy' promotion when it should take an activist, leadership role - Given the potential of 'free energy' to: 1) provide affordable back-up power in the case of a short- or long-term grid failure, 2) provide clean, cheap, distributed energy, 3) create zillions of jobs to reinvigorate the world's economy, 4) instill hope in depressed times the alternative media should be playing more of an instigating, leadership roll not ignoring the topic. (PESN and BeforeItsNews November 25, 2011) Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Trends / Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:Andrea A. Rossi Cold Fusion Generator (E-Cat) > Cheap power: An overnight revolution -- Commentary - When considering the logarithmically diminished time it takes to achieve 25% market penetration since the automobile was introduced a century ago (it took a century for it to reach 25%), and more recently the mobile phone took just 13 years, and the web took 7 years it's conceivable that free energy, starting with Rossi's E-Cat, could take just 3 years. (PESN and BeforeItsNews October 15, 2011) Directory:Trends > Directory:Free energy / Directory:Waste to Energy / Directory:Pollution > The Ramifications of Free Energy - Cheap fossil fuels have enabled the rapid expansion of human life but what happens when resources run out? Free energy prolongs things and reverses some negative trends, but more thought needs to be put into considering long term trends and how to mitigate negative impact. (Directory:Cold Fusion Now September 17, 2011)
Directory:Trends > Directory:Investment Resources > Renewables Investment Breaks Records - Global investment in renewable power and fuels set a new record in 2010, according to a new analysis commissioned by UNEP's Division of Technology, Industry and Economics (DTIE) from Bloomberg New Energy Finance. Investment hit $211 billion last year, up 32 percent from a revised $160 billion in 2009, and nearly five and a half times the figure achieved as recently as 2004. (RenewableEnergyWorld August 29, 2011)Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Emergency Preparedness / Directory:Trends > Free Energy Freedom – Our Power, Our Future - Supporting the emergence of the myriad of game-changing, free energy technologies is a proactive way to help bring about a better world with more freedom and defeat the forces of tyranny that seek to bring about the collapse of free society into a world dictatorship. [Story for Rense.com interview June 3, 9-10 pm Pacific.] (PESN and BeforeItsNews June 3, 2011) Latest: Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies / PowerPedia:Free energy /Directory:Trends > Unstoppable: Metaphor for Free Energy Slowing Societal Meltdown - The movie, Unstoppable, about a runaway train in Pennsylvania with a highly explosive and toxic load heading toward a highly populated area contains symbolic parallels to the runaway condition of society. Can the Free Energy sector slow things down enough to prevent total catastrophe? (PESN and BeforeItsNews May 24, 2011) Directory:Trends > Directory:U.S. Government and Energy > President Obama’s State of the Union Calls the Clean Tech Future Our Sputnik Moment - In Obama's State of the Union speech, he called the current quest for green technology this generation's "Sputnik moment", urging the nation to see other countries' advances as fuel to reach past them as in 1969 when they put the first man on the moon. He wants 1 million electric vehicles on the road by 2015, and to be on 80% clean energy by 2035, and to eliminate tax cuts for oil companies... (Inhabitat January 26, 2011) Directory:Trends / Directory:Wind / Directory:Solar > Study claims 100 percent renewable energy possible by 2030 - New research has shown that it is possible and affordable for the world to achieve 100 percent renewable energy by 2030, if there is the political will to strive for this goal. It would entail building around four million 5 MW wind turbines, 1.7 billion 3 kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic systems, and around 90,000 300 MW solar power plants. (PhysOrg January 19, 2011) Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Zeitgeist > Directory:Trends > Interviews with Sterling Allan on top free energy technologies - Recent interviews on the Smart Scarecrow show and on Red Ice Radio, the Coast to Coast of Europe, address some of the most promising exotic technologies emerging closer to the marketplace, along with ramifications. Discusses water as fuel, magnet motors, gravity motors, electromagnetic overunity, noble gas engines, and the ERR Fluxgenerator. (PESN January 16, 2011) Directory:Trends / Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Electric Cars > VIDEO: Inhabitat Sees Green at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show! - 2011 seems to be the year of the electric car! From super-sexy electric race cars (from Porsche), to a retina-searing electric yellow sports cars (from Mercedes), to practical electric commuter cars (like the Ford Focus EV and Ford C-MAX Hybrid), nearly every major car manufacturer at the Detroit Auto Show this year unveiled a new electric car or a new hybrid. (Inhabitat January 15, 2011) Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Trends > Gerald Celente looks to 2011 free energy breakthroughs as the beginning of a new revolution - World-revered trends research expert says: "We're going to see ... an energy revolution. ...We're going to be releasing more information in Trends Journal about breakthroughs in new energy that could shift the whole game. It may be as big as the discovery of fire or the invention of the wheel". They will cite PESWiki as a recommended resource. (PESN January 8, 2011) Latest / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies: Directory:Zeitgeist > Directory:Trends > Top free energy stories of 2010 and beyond - My prediction that 2010 would be known as "the year of crowning", to use a childbirth analogy, has proven true. Several free energy technologies began popping out, getting ready for market. Join us as we take a look at some of the most exciting developments. (PESN January 6, 2011)
Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Trends > Upcoming False Flag? Put Options Placed On Energy Companies - Just as the three days befor 9/11 there was unusual amounts of trading going on with American Airlines (via Goldman Sachs), we are presently seeing similar action, this time with power companies. This as Obama suporters say an act of terrorism is the only thing that will save him. (PrisonPlanet July 15, 2010)Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biofuel > Directory:Algae > A New Bloom for Algae - A U.S. DOE roadmap marks a return to research on a source of fuel that was once thought too costly. "With a dedicated research and development program, we can bring the economics to a suitable place within a 10-year time frame". (MIT Technology Review July 2, 2010) Directory:Conventional Renewable Energy > Ten PowerPoint Slides That Shook the Earth - If you attend enough cleantech events or are pitched by enough startups, you start to see the same few PowerPoint slides over and over again. Here is a collection of the best or at least the most notorious and historically significant slides in our industry. (GreenTechMedia July 8, 2010) Directory:Solar / Directory:Trends > Solar's Great Leap Forward - Suntech CEO Zhengrong Shi made China a powerhouse in photovoltaic technology--and became a billionaire in the process. His next ambition: to make solar power as cheap as conventional electricity. (MIT Technology Review July/Aug 2010) Directory:Trends > China Cleans Up - Last year China exceeded U.S. investment in clean energy, with a total of $34.6 billion, to reduce its pollution and increase its domestic capability. Not only is the country adding nuclear, hydroelectric, wind, and solar power at an unrivaled pace, but it's fast becoming a proving ground for next-generation energy technologies that have stalled elsewhere. (MIT Technology Review Apr. 29, 2010) Latest: Directory:Trends > PowerPedia:Free energy > Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies / Directory:Conspiracy > Trends researcher points to exotic free energy technology as a meltdown remedy - In an interview with Alex Jones, the famed Gerald Celente said that one of two remedies we need to avoid total economic collapse is the development of our productive capacity, and the most likely candidate to provide that is an exotic alternative energy technology. (PESN April 15, 2009) (Comment) Directory:Trends / Directory:Solar > Utility-Scale Solar Soaring in U.S. - There are over 100 utility-scale solar projects in the U.S. totaling 17,000 MW now in the planning stage. 75 percent of Americans, across the political spectrum, support utility-scale solar on public lands. (GreenTechMedia March 18, 2010) Directory:Conventional Renewable Energy / Directory:Trends > China Leading Global Race to Make Clean Energy - These efforts to dominate renewable energy technologies raise the prospect that the West may someday trade its dependence on oil from the Mideast for a reliance on solar panels, wind turbines and other gear manufactured in China. But they also provide healthy competition to the West to ramp up their pace. (NYTimes Jan. 31, 2010) (Also Murcury News)
Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Hybrid Vehicles > Americans Want More Fuel-Efficient Cars, US Hybrids Up 48% - Total US hybrid sales jumped 48.6% in August from last August, buoyed up by Cash for Clunkers. Americans did the patriotic thing with their clunker money, buying more American, and buying more hybrid cars. Ford was the big winner, making a big dent in Toyota’s hybrid sales. (Gas 2.0 September 8, 2009)
Directory:Solar > Cheaper Solar Power's Time Has Come - Solar power manufacturers in the US are cutting prices to shift their stock, the government is chipping in with tax credits, and innovative leasing or financing arrangements spreading payments over up to 20 years are being introduced. All of which makes solar power much more affordable than before. (PhysOrg Sept. 7, 2009)
Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Electric Bicycles > E-China: The bicycle kingdom is going electric - Workers weary of crammed public transport or pedaling long distances to jobs are upgrading to battery-powered bikes and scooters. Even some who can afford cars are ditching them for electric two-wheelers to avoid traffic jams and expensive gasoline. (Yahoo News July 25, 2009)
US energy use drops in 2008 - Americans used more solar, nuclear, biomass and wind energy in 2008 than they did in 2007 and the nation used less coal and petroleum during the same time frame and only slightly increased its natural gas consumption. Geothermal energy use remained the same. (LLNL July 20, 2009)
Global Shift to Renewable Energies Happening - In 2008, for the first time, more renewable energy than conventional power capacity was added in both the European Union and United States, showing a fundamental transition of the world’s energy markets towards renewable energy. Solar tops the list of renewable energies, just beating wind power. At least 73 countries have renewable energy policy targets. (ISIS June 3, 2009)