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PESWiki News -- April 2010 Archive

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Friday, April 30, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Electrical Grid / Directory:Emergency Preparedness > Zero Hour: The Day The Grid Stood Still - There are several causal factors, natural and manmade, that could bring out modern grid to a stand-still, arguing for the need for distributed, hardened power. Disruption could come from electromagnetic pulse (EMP) from a military nuclear detonation, or it could come from a coronal mass ejection (CME) from the sun. (PESN April 30, 2010)
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Current events > Events:2010:ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference > PowerPedia:John Searl > Directory:Searl Effect Generator (SEG) > Events:2010:ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference - John Searl claims he has the solution to our global energy crisis. What's more, he says he's had it for over 60 years. Regarded by many as The Godfather of free energy science, John Searl believes his magnetic generator, the Searl Effect Generator, can save our planet from environmental disaster. (PESWiki Apr. 30, 2010)
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Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Can world's largest laser zap Earth's energy woes? - Years behind and far over budget, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory hopes this summer to achieve a fusion instance, creating "star power" in a jar for a trillionth of a second. With "proper funding" (billions more) it might be 20 years before they achieve a commercial version that is continuous and reliable. (CNN April 28, 2010)
Thursday, April 29, 2010
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Directory:Piezoelectric / Directory:Human-Powered > Directory:Human-Powered by Step Action > Shoe Generator Harvests Power from Walking - A researcher at Louisiana Tech University designed a shoe that contains a small generator in its sole that generates a piezoelectric charge, which is then converted into electricity for charging batteries or powering small electronics in real time. Kaajakari employed a low-cost, polymer transducer, a soft, flexible material that replaces the shoe’s heel shock absorber without sacrificing user experience. (Science Daily Apr. 27, 2010)

Directory:Wind > Directory:Wind:Offshore > Directory:Wind:Floating > Researchers study feasibility of giant deep-ocean wind turbines - A research team at Worcester Polytechnic Institute is studying the feasibility of placing large wind turbines on deep-ocean platforms. The research, which combines sophisticated computer simulations and water tank studies using physical models, may point the way toward an environmentally friendly source of energy that could potentially fill a significant portion of the electricity needs of 26 U.S. coastal states. (PhysOrg April 28, 2010)

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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)
Wednesday, April 28, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Storage > Directory:Utility Scale Batteries / Directory:Refrigeration > Directory:Isentropic Gravel Batteries for Renewable Grid Storage - Using two large tanks of gravel, argon gas, and a special heat pump design, the British company, Isentropic, uses the temperature difference between the tanks as an inexpensive energy storage and retrieval mechansim. Applicactions also include heating/cooling as well as solar generation. (PESWiki Apr. 28, 2010)
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Directory:Ocean Wave Energy > Directory:Wave buoys // Directory:Wind > Directory:Wind:Offshore > Directory:Wind:Floating > Poseidon: A Power Plant for Wind and Waves - A Danish company says it has designed a platform that can house wind turbines as well as harvest energy from the surrounding waves, having built a small prototype. They are in the midst of completing a larger one, and ultimately hope to build a commercial version that will sport three 1.5-megawatt to 2-megawatt wind turbines or a single 5-megawatt turbine. (Green Tech Media Apr. 26, 2010)
Tuesday, April 27, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Water as Fuel > Directory:Hydroxy or HHO Injection Systems > OS:Self-Looped Anton HHO Cell System - Some researchers in Germany have excited the forums with their announcement of being able to self-run a 1000-watt generator from the HHO gas generated from the Anton electrolysis process. So the electrolysis unit produces HHO gas which runs a genset, and the electricity produced then runs the electrolysis unit. (PESWiki April 27, 2010) (Comments)
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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biomass > Directory:Biofuels > Directory:Biofuels:Research and Development > New Gasification Process More Efficiently Converts Biomass to Biofuels - Researchers at the Universities of Massachusetts and Minnesota have created a gasification process that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and doubles the amount of fuel via a special catalytic reactor that converts all the CO2 and and methane into carbon monoxide, which can be used to create biofuels. The system could be market-ready in as few as two years. (PhysOrg Apr. 21, 2010)
Monday, April 26, 2010
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Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics > PV Cell Prototype Generates Electricity from IR and UV Light - Scientists at the Kyoto Institute of Technology are developing a way to create a photovoltaic cell that can capture visible, infrared and ultraviolet light of the sun via a nitride semiconductor added with transition metals as a photoelectric conversion material. (Alt Energy News April 26, 2010)
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Directory:Electrical Grid > Directory:Electrical Grid > Transmission speeds of 100Mbps over 1km on existing copper networks - Alcatel-Lucent’s Bell Labs has demonstrated technology that boosts the transmission speeds over two copper pairs to 100Mbps over a distance of 1km. This could see such infrastructure given a new lease of life, satisfying consumer’s need for speed for some time to come. (GizMag April 22, 2010)
Sunday, April 25, 2010
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Current events > Directory:Radiant Energy > PowerPedia:John Bedini > 2010 Conference > Bedini conference report - Sanford Staab gives his review of the recent conference in Sandpoint, Idaho announcing the new "Tesla Switch" which is a power amplifier for solar panels, that lets you improve the efficiency of your solar panels by up to 2x as well as the other inventions of John Bedini, including the 3- and 10-pole monopole motors. (Sanford's Blog Apr. 14, 2010)
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Directory:Hydro > Directory:Tidal Power > Re-Purposing the Netherlands' Dike System for Power Generation - The Dutch system of dikes, sluices, surge barriers, and dams has been dubbed 'one of the seven wonders of the modern world' by the American Society of Engineers. Now there are proposals to use the system differently, e.g. as tidal power plants, by punching holes in them. (NRC Handelsblad Apr. 21, 2010)
Saturday, April 24, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic / Directory:Magnet Motors > Directory:Perendev Power Developments Pty (Ltd) > News:Translation:Bild:Apr. 22, 2010: Inventor Cheats with Wonder-Machine > Perendev magnet motor inventor arrested for embezzlement - After declaring bankruptcy in Germany, Mike Brady rented a house at Lake Zurich in Switzerland and leased a fleet of Maserati and several Range Rovers. He was arrested on March 29 and extradited to Germany where 61 customers wanted their money back ($1 million Euros+) for non-delivered 100 and 300-kw electromagnetic motors. Patent pirated? (PESN April 24, 2010) (Slideshow) (Comments)
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Capacitors > Big Energy Storage in Thin Films - Researchers at Drexel University in Philadelphia have demonstrated that it's possible to use techniques borrowed from the chip-making industry to make thin-film carbon ultracapacitors that store three times as much energy by volume as conventional ultracapacitor materials and they could operate without ever being replaced. (MIT Technology Review April 22, 2010)
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Directory:Flight > Directory:Flying Cars > DARPA Spills Details on its Plans for the Transformer TX Flying Car - DARPA scientists want a vertical-takeoff vehicle that handles like an off-road-capable SUV on the ground, and can cruise like a light single-engine aircraft at altitudes of up to 10,000 feet. They also wants it to cover 250 miles per fill up, possibly incorporating technologies such as a hybrid electric drive, adaptive wing structures, etc.. (Popular Science Apr. 14, 2010)
Friday, April 23, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Clean Energy Media Producers / Directory:Best Exotic Clean Energy Technologies / Congress:Top 100:Complete List > Directory:Exotic Free Energy Technologies for TV - A short list of some of the best breakthrough clean energy technologies that merit coverage for a TV type of audience compiled in response to several related requests. Will any of these emerge this year? Which will arrive in the market next year? How might they transform society? (PESWiki Apr. 23, 2010)
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Directory:Inventors > Garage inventors - In garages, basements and even a Quonset hut, amazing science is happening without institutional or government funding. For example, the Directory:Tornado in a Can is a six' metal funnel supported by four legs, and as four jets around the rim of the funnel blow compressed air into it, a high-speed vortex is formed for pulverizing. (Public Radio International Apr. 22, 2010)
Thursday, April 22, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > Directory:Muammer Yildiz Magnet Motor > Magnet motor demonstrated at Delft University - Turkish inventor, Muammer Yildiz, recently demonstrated his magnet motor that he alleged runs on the power of magnets alone at a University in the Netherlands. The motor is shown turning a fan at a high speed, and no wires can be seen going to the device then the device is disassembled in front of the group. (PESN April 21, 2010) (Comments)
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Directory:Fuel Cells > Directory:Microbial Fuel Cells > Navy's microbial fuel cell generates electricity from mud - Microbial fuel cells (MFCs) convert chemical energy to electrical energy to offer a clean, efficient and reliable alternative to batteries and other environmentally harmful fuels. The U.S. Office of Naval Research has developed an MFC that could revolutionize naval energy use by converting decomposed marine organisms into electricity. (GizMag April 20, 2010)
Wednesday, April 21, 2010
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Directory:Building > Directory:Building > Permeable cement-like creation could help the environment - Naji Khoury, an assistant professor at Temple, uses a mixture of recyclable plastic bottles and soil to create “Plastisoil,” a trademarked product, which when mixed with course aggregate and heated, it produces what Khoury calls “porous Plastisoil,” which functions like pervious concrete and porous asphalt. (PhysOrg April 20, 2010)
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Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics > Carbon-based Solar Cells - Graphene is a single sheet of carbon, one atom thick, which has potential to be utilized as an effective, less toxic and cheaper than other alternatives for solar cells. Chemists at Indiana University Bloomington are trying to develop non-sticky graphene sheets that are stable. (Alt Energy News April 19, 2010)
Tuesday, April 20, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Suppression > Review: Invisible Empire: A New World Order Defined - Loose Change co-creator, Jason Bermas of Directory:Infowars and Prison Planet by Alex Jones brings us yet another outstanding film. This one documents that some of America's most powerful elected officials, including all recent presidents, have been part of an international cabal to establish a tyrannical New World Order. (PESWiki April 20, 2010)
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Directory:Waste to Energy > Directory:Energy from Sewage > UK Prepares to Use Human Poop to Power Homes - This summer British Gas ... will start piping biomethane from the sewage system — which is derived from fecal matter — right back into the homes of 130 customers in Oxfordshire. The new gas will take 23 days to complete its waste treatment cycle and when it enters homes will smell just like natural gas. (Inhabitat Apr. 19, 2010)
Monday, April 19, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Trends / Directory:Free energy > Iceland volcano suggests non-solar/wind alt energy solutions - The volcano Eyjafjallajokull in Iceland that has been grounding air travel and impacting the economy in much of Europe also is not good news for the Directory:Solar and Directory:Wind energy industry, but gives a strong vote for developing other free energy technologies. (PESN April 19, 2010) (Comments)
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Directory:Biomass > Directory:Biomass > Travel Stove Creates Electricity While It Cooks (Video) - The BioLite is a portable and fuel efficient cookstove that uses half as much fuel as a camp fire and heats food and water faster than a petroleum fueled camp stove. But what makes it really stand out is that it is capable of generating electricity, part of which is used to run a fan to fuel the fire. (TreeHugger Apr. 9, 2010)

Directory:Magnets > Directory:Magnets > Rare Earth Mining Firm Molycorp to Provide U.S.-Based Product - Molycorp, which wants to mine for rare earth elements in California, filed for an IPO today to raise up to $350 million. The company has developed a plan to mine rare earth elements in Mountain Pass, California and then turn rare earth oxides into things like magnets for wind turbines. (GreenTechMedia April 16, 2010)

Sunday, April 18, 2010
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Directory:Hydrogen > Directory:Hydrogen Storage > Hydrogen still in the eco-car race - Israeli scientists and entrepreneurs claim to have brought hydrogen energy a step closer by putting it in much smaller, lighter containers, packing hydrogen into glass filaments which will be only slightly thicker than a human hair. 11,000 such arrays will fuel a car for 400 kilometers (240 miles), take less than half the space and weight of tanks currently available (Associated Press Apr. 18, 2010)
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Directory:Water > Waterboxx Can Grow Trees in Any Climate–Even the Desert! - The Groasis Waterboxx is a round, 20-inch-wide container crafted from polypropylene. Rainwater and condensation collect in the box’s chamber, and a wick goes into the ground. Eventually, as the roots find their own water source, the box can be removed. (Inhabitat Apr. 12, 2010)
Saturday, April 17, 2010
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Directory:Waste to Energy > Europe Finds Clean Energy in Trash, but U.S. Lags - A plant in Horsholm, Denmark, that burns thousands of tons of household garbage and industrial waste, round the clock, uses new technology to convert trash into heat and electricity more cleanly. Why is Europe ahead of the U.S. in embracing clean incinerators that turn garbage into energy? (NY Times Apr. 12, 2010)
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Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Hybrid Vehicles > Directory:Aptera > Aptera Unveils 200-mpg 2E Prototype - On Wednesday, Aptera unveiled a design-intent prototype of the Aptera 2E. The all-electric vehicle—which was hours away from being shipped to Detroit to compete for the Directory:X Prize:Automotive—wears a number of outwardly visible alterations from the earlier Typ-1 e prototype that will make it more suitable for daily use. (Popular Mechanics ?Apr 15, 2010?)
Friday, April 16, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Wind > Directory:Vertical Axis Wind Turbines > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] - The Blackhawk Project's Tilt Rotor technology introduces a highly efficient method for inexpensively harnessing wind power. The blades have a wing shape, so they are propelled by the lift principle rather than push. The rotor angles automatically adjust or tilt to get the best attack. (PESWiki April 16, 2010)
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Directory:BioElectricity > Stanford Scientists Harvest Electricity From Algae Photosynthesis - Scientists at Stanford have successfully collected energy from photosynthetic processes in algae in its natural state by tapping straight into currents of electrons generated at the cellular level via a high-tech gold electrode with the only by-products being protons and oxygen. (Inhabitat Apr. 15, 2010)
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Directory:BioElectricity / Directory:Lighting > Table Lamp Powered Completely by Tomatoes! - Cygalle Shapiro of Israel-based d-VISION has created an incredible LED lamp that is completely powered by real, edible tomatoes. Currently exhibited at the Milan Furniture Fair, the design collects energy from a chemical reaction between tomato acids, zinc, and copper. (Inhabitat Apr. 15, 2010)
Thursday, April 15, 2010
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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)
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Directory:Hydro > Directory:Ocean Wave Energy > Directory:Propulsion from Ocean Waves > Homemade wave-powered boat to cross Atlantic - Gus,a traveler and adventurer, is sharing in his blog the device he will use in his homemade boat to cross the Atlantic. This device uses fins to convert the vertical motion of the waves into horizontal propulsion. Gus thinks he'll be able to achieve speeds of 10 knots or more. (See also is donations page description)
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Magnet Motors > Directory:Perendev Power Developments Pty (Ltd) > Perendev closes its doors - Over the years, the term "Perendev" has become nearly synonymous with the idea of all-magnet motors. Citing the need for sole director, Michael Brady, to take care of severe legal proceedings abroad against his person, Perendev Power Holding AG is saying that he will not be able to attend to Perendev tasks, which may lead to its insolvency. Their website is gone. (PESN April 14, 2010) (Comment'')
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Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics / Directory:Solar:Photosynthesis Imitation > Inexpensive Highly Efficient Electrochemical Solar Cells Possible - Professor Marsan at the Universite du Quebec has developed an electrochemical solar cell technology that is cheaper, and more stable than others to date. And it has bio-mimicry attributes, using some of the dynamics of photosynthesis. (ScienceDaily Apr. 12, 2010)
Tuesday, April 13, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Wind > Directory:Vertical Axis Wind Turbines > Directory:Ettridge Wind Turbine > Directory:Ettridge Wind Turbine - John Patrick Ettridge has had many inquiries about purchasing and marketing his technology, but he's not had success finding a manufacturer for his vertical axis turbine design that could be cheaper than coal power. It's attributes include low visual impact, pollution-free, negligible noise, wider range of operable wind speeds, no bird kill. (PESWiki April 13, 2010)

Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biojet Fuel / Directory:Biomass / Directory:Waste to Energy > Airline forms partnership to build first biojet fuel plant in Europe - A leading UK airline has committed to partner with a US based clean energy company to establish a biofuel plant in East London. The plant will make fuel from waste from the city of London destined for landfill sites. (NaturalNews April 11, 2010)

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Latest: Directory:Communities > OS:Utah Safe Haven Village Project > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Blog > First Work Party Builds Earth Bag Habitat and Stage - Our Safe Haven Villages group had lots of fun and got a lot done last weekend at the first work party on our newly-acquired 90 acres. We cleared a road (still rough) for cars to get across the property, got a good start on a stage, laid about 7 rows of rice bags for an earth bag habitat, and had fun around the campfire. (Allan's Sustainable Home Apr. 13, 2010)
Monday, April 12, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Solid State Generators > Directory:Steorn Free Energy > Steorn opens development base with emphasis on new solid state design - Irish company says they have a solid state (no moving parts) version of their "overunity" electromagnetic technology that is showing great promise and which is in process of being optimized by the Steorn Knowledge Development Base (SKDB), now open for general membership as of the beginning of April. (PESN April 12, 2010) (Comment)
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Directory:Solar Hydrogen / Directory:Hydrogen > Directory:Hydrogen Production / Directory:Hydrogen Storage > A Virus That Might Make Hydrogen - A team of scientists lead by material science professor Angela Belcher has genetically modified a virus that can exploit sunlight to split water into oxygen and hydrogen. If viable, the process could help solve the vexing problem of energy storage and the equally vexing problem of producing hydrogen in a reasonable and cost-effective way. (Green Tech Media April 11, 2010)
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Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar Applications / Directory:Lighting > Tiny Solar Pebble Can Replace Kerosene Lamps in Rural Africa - In the poorest regions of the world, exposure to kerosene kills one person every 20 seconds. Plus Minus Solar has designed the Solar Pebble to replace kerosene lamps. It is small, portable, inexpensive and can provide light as well as charge small electronic devices. (PESWiki Apr. 5, 2010)
Sunday, April 11, 2010
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Directory:Nature > Directory:Pollution / Directory:Recycling > The Color Green is Toxic to People, Contaminates Recycling - Ironically, the pigments used to create the color of nature are not all that healthy or environmentally friendly. Many green pigments are actually quite toxic. “The color green can never be green, because of the way it is made. It’s impossible to dye plastic green or to print green ink on paper without contaminating them.” (Inhabitat April 5, 2010)
Saturday, April 10, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Water / Directory:Pollution / Directory:Recycling > Review: The Cycle of Insanity: The Real Story of Water - The Surfrider Foundation has produced an excellent 20-minute video (2-min. trailer) explaining the insanity behind how we've come to handle water in modern society. It addresses such things as our concrete and pavement preventing aquifers from being replenished and how we spend so much money transporting water great distances when we could do more to conserve and recycle it close to the point of use. (PESWiki April 10, 2010)
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Directory:Thermal Electric > Directory:Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion > First robotic underwater vehicle to be powered entirely by natural, renewable, ocean thermal energy - The Sounding Oceanographic Lagrangrian Observer Thermal RECharging (SOLO-TREC) autonomous underwater vehicle uses a novel thermal recharging engine powered by the natural temperature differences found at different ocean depths, via phase change materials. So the vehicle can be powered indefinitely just by moving up and down in the water. (GizMag April 8, 2010)
Friday, April 9, 2010
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Directory:Storage > Directory:Batteries > Directory:Lithium > Directory:Lithium > Lithium-air batteries offer three times the energy density - Lithium-air batteries have the potential of providing energy densities up to three times that of the conventional lithium-ion batteries found in just about every portable consumer electronics device and electric vehicles. Researchers at MIT have made a breakthrough that could help make the commercial development of lightweight rechargeable batteries a reality. (GizMag Apr. 5, 2010)
Thursday, April 8, 2010
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Template: 43 / Latest: Directory:Fuel Efficiency > Directory:Engines > Directory:Massive Yet Tiny (MYT) Engine > MYT Engine 6-inch version could go into production soon - In the process of preparing for the now canceled SAE demo, inventor Raphial Morgado discovered that he can make a 6-inch motor using regular machining processes, so he will not have to go to the expense of preparing casting in order to go into production. (PESN April 8, 2010) (Comment)
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Latest: Directory:Communities > OS:Utah Safe Haven Village Project > There was an error working with the wiki: Code[1] > Blog > Purchased White Hills 90 Acres & Water - Now that we have the property, it's time to start jumping through all the government regulation hoops for subdividing, water allocation, wildland interface, perc testing, road engineering -- all before we can get a building permit. This Saturday we're having our first work party to put up an earth bag shed. (Allan's Sustainable Home Apr. 8, 2010)
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Directory:Solar / Directory:Water > Directory:Desalination > IBM’s New Solar Desalination Tech Could Create Rivers in the Desert - IBM and Saudi Arabia’s King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology are teaming up to solve the water problem with solar-powered desalination technology. Eventually, the two organizations hope to construct a desalination plant in Al Khafji, Saudi Arabia that can harness sunlight to generate 7.9 million gallons of water daily — enough for 100,000 people. (Inhabitat April 7, 2010)
Wednesday, April 7, 2010
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Directory:Suppression / Directory:Conspiracy / Directory:Oil / Directory:Fuel Efficiency / Directory:Water as Fuel > Technology to Reduce Dependence on Oil has Been Known For More Than 200 years - "Among the more than 350 documents/videos concerning the energy scam you will find: There is an abundant supply of oil in Alaska • 376-mpg technology was demonstrated in 1973 • 72-mpg and 104-mpg automobiles were sold in Europe • The Japanese have two water fueled automobiles on the street." (Veterans Today March 31, 2010)

Template: 43: Directory:Solar > Directory:Solar PhotoVoltaics / Directory:Concentrated Solar Power > Directory:Stirling Energy Systems > Stirling Energy Systems and Boeing cooperate on solar - Stirling Energy Systems (SES) and the Boeing Company are cooperating to complete the commercialisation and deployment of Boeing’s high concentration photovoltaic (HCPV) solar power technology. SES will have exclusive rights to develop, manufacture and deploy Boeing’s XR700 HCPV solar technology, which will be aimed at smaller scale projects of 50MW and below. (Renewable Energy Focus Apr. 6, 2010)

Tuesday, April 6, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Organizations / Directory:Inventors > Directory:Envision Energy Systems LLC - Rockwell (Rocky) Whitham is a prolific inventor in Salt Lake City who has assembled a small team to help find financing for some of his inventions and bring some of them to market, including: No Moving Parts Wind Generator Solar Powered Hydrogen Production System Woody-biomass technology Slow-sand Filtration and Reverse Osmosis Water Treatment Project. (PESWiki April 6, 2010)
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Directory:Electric Vehicles / Directory:Smart Grid > Microsoft Hohm Will Allow Electric Vehicles to Power Home Appliances - Ford and Microsoft have announced a partnership to create a computerized link between houses, electric cars and utility companies. The new electric car system will allow drivers to better manage home energy use and save money by telling the consumer the best time for cars to recharge (when demand and electricity rates are low). (MSNBC March 31, 2010)
Monday, April 5, 2010
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Directory:Electric Vehicles > Directory:Electric Cars > Tata Nano is Developing a Bad Habit: Bursting Into Flames - The "world's cheapest car" can be hot in more than one way. In the past year four of their cars have spontaneously burst into flames. Tata is investigating the cause. (Gas 2.0 Mar. 23, 2010)
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Directory:Water > Water Drop at 2000 Frames per Second - Watching water drop into water shows a much different view than seeing it in regular speed. Watch as part of the water droplet bounces back up due to the surface tension of the water. Not sure what this has to do with alt energy research, but perhaps it might resonante with some of you Directory:Water as Fuel researchers. (Flixxy)
Sunday, April 4, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Prizes / Directory:Electromagnetic > Directory:Rotoverter > Rotoconversion Energy Saving Method accepted into Tech Briefs contest - An inventor who proposed a system similar to the "Energy from the Vacuum Cleaner" design I posted on April Fools day has had his Rotoverter motor design accepted into NASA Tech Brief's "Create the Future" contest. His Rotoconversion motor purportedly can cut energy waste by up to 90% compared to a conventional motor. (PESN April 4, 2010) (Comment)
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Template: 43: Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Fusion > Directory:Focus Fusion > A Great Month for Focus Fusion - Brief report of their latest R&D results, and an invited presentation on the process to an audience of physicists and engineers at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory, the nation's largest fusion lab. Additional evidence shows that "the predicted angular momentum effect is working." (Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Apr. 2, 2010)
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Directory:Nuclear > Directory:Nuclear Remediation > New Nuclear Reactors May Almost Completely Destroy Atomic Waste - A group of French scientists aim to allay the issue of atomic waste by developing a new type of nuclear reactor that burns up nuclear waste, reducing the need for geological repository sites like Yucca Mountain. While the tech wouldn’t completely eliminate waste, it would greatly reduce it. (Inhabitat March 22, 2010)
Saturday, April 3, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Ocean Wave Energy / Directory:Mimicking Living Organisms > Directory:Wave Motion of Clouds - As another example of the macrocosm mirroring the microcosm, a 30x timelapse video of clouds around Canary Island in Spain resemble ocean waves crashing into a shore line. Good luck tying this in to practical energy research. (PESWiki April 3, 2010)
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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biofuels > Directory:Algae > From Hype to Reality – Not All Algae Are Created Equally - Algae biofuels are often considered one of those technologies --- like hydrogen fuel cells --- that are always "ten years away." Well, one company, Solazyme, says it might have just cracked the code and could be supplying lots of algae jet fuel and diesel in the coming years. (Green Tech Media Apr. 1, 2010)

Directory:Fuel Efficiency / Directory:U.S. Government and Energy > White House Issues New Gas Mileage Standards - The Obama administration has signed off on the nation's first rules on greenhouse gas emissions seting new fuel standards to meet a fleet-wide average of 35.5 mpg that will raise current standards by nearly 10 mpg by the 2016 model year. Though adding nearly $1000 per vehicle by 2016, drivers could save as much as $3,000 over the life of a vehicle through better gas mileage. (Slashdot Apr. 2, 2010)

Friday, April 2, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Cold Fusion > Directory:Eugene Mallove > News:2010:Arrests Announced Six Years After Mallove Murder > Two arrested six years after Mallove murder - Two suspects were arrested Thursday and more arrests are expected in the long drawn out case of the murder of cold fusion physicist and Free Energy science pillar, Dr. Eugene Mallove, formerly with MIT, most famous for his advocacy of Low Energy Nuclear Reactions. (PESN April 2, 2010) (See video montage featuring Mallove.) (Comment)
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Directory:Fuel Cells / Directory:Methanol > Oorja Unveils Micro Fuel Cell That Could Power Your House - The stationary fuel cell industry, including Directory:BloomBox Fuel Cell by Bloom Energy, has some competition in the form of a methanol fuel cell device from a California-based startup called Oorja Protonics. Oorja’s soon-to-be-unveiled device is much cheaper and can generate 5 kw of energy — enough to power a home or small business. (Inhabitat March 19, 2010)
Thursday, April 1, 2010
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Latest: Directory:Humor / Directory:Zero Point Energy > Directory:Vortex Technologies / Directory:Anti-Gravity / Directory:Electromagnetic / Directory:Radiant Energy > Energy from the vacuum (cleaner) - U.S. inventor, Dr. Thie, gets more than he had hoped for when he figures out a way to harness the vortex formed in his vacuum cleaner, combining the principles of quantum physics, Schauberger's vortices, and Tesla's radiant energy. (BeforeItsNews April 1, 2010) (PESN Examiner)
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Directory:Humor / Directory:Global Warming > Coca-Cola Fights Global Warming by Replacing CO2 with N2O in Soft Drinks - In an effort to curtail carbon emissions, the Coca-Cola Company has decided to replace carbon dioxide in their soft drinks with nitrous oxide. "Laughing gas has the same fizz everyone loves with the added bonus of making people laugh." (BeforeItsNews April 1, 2010)
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Directory:Humor > Liebherr trackhoe acrobatics - A German trackhoe climbs a specially-made tower. Leave it to German engineering. Boys and their toys... (YouTube Feb. 02, 2009)
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Directory:Alternative Fuels > Directory:Biofuel > Directory:Biofuels:Research and Development / Directory:CO2 Sequestration / Directory:Mimicking Living Organisms > Directory:Solar:Photosynthesis Imitation > Engineers Develop Carbon-Capturing Photosynthetic Frog Foam - Engineers from the University of Cincinnati have devised a way to capture and remove CO2 out of the air and then convert it into biofuel building blocks. The engineers have created an artificial photosynthetic material made from foam injected with frog enzymes, which combined with the power of the sun, converts CO2 into oxygen and sugar. (Inhabitat March 30, 2010)


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