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Talk:Directory:Zeo-Tech GmbH

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Zeo-Tech has developed a new energy conversion process for the efficient generation and storage of heat and/or cooling power. Driven by a heat source, this process is solely based on the material zeolite and water and is therefore fully compatible with the most stringent environmental regulations.


If clean heat source...

New Energy Congress member, Congress:Advisor:Kenneth M. Rauen wrote:

only if solar or cold fusion is heat source

I have one

New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Robert Indech, PhD PE wrote:

absolutley yes I have one

Two thumbs up

New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Robert A. Nelson of wrote:

See the attached list of Maier-Laxhuber's patents some of them are solar-powered, some w/ waste heat..

Other researchers (in Sahara Africa) also have been using solar-heat-powered zeolite systems for cooling for several years now.

Zeolite also purifies water very well, and removes heavy metals from the body.

2 thumbs & 8 fingers up 4 zeolite! Root! Root! Root!

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On May 29, 2008, New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Robert A. Nelson of wrote:

It is simple, elegant, efficient, inexpensive, with nothing to break or wear out, and it provides a fundamental service. It can be integrated into many other technologies. Great stuff.

Good but not T100

On May 29, 2008, New Energy Congress member, Congress:Member:Sepp Hasslberger wrote:

It looks interesting as a clean technology with the potential of eliminating chemicals from the cooling processes (air conditioning and fridge) we normally use.

It doesn't produce energy, it may not even save energy (can't tell from the data) but it is a move towards a more environmentally friendly technology in general.

Neat but not top 100 in my view.