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URGENT: Hours left to submit yours and vote for our Ecomagination entry; Bedini conference

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  • Sterling Allan
    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com Wednesday, September 29, 2010 a.. Feature: Contests / Grid URGENT: Hours left to vote and submit to GE
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      Wednesday, September 29, 2010

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        URGENT: Hours left to vote and submit to GE Ecomagination Challenge - In addition to prize money for the best ideas, GE and its funding partners have allocated $200 million to go toward the development of key concepts that will help reshape the grid, whether it be by providing more affordable and stable clean power, or help with the transmission, or help in the efficiency on the consumption end. Vote for our proposal to fund the NEC's vetting of the best Maverick technologies. (PESWiki; Sept. 29, 2010)
      • Events: Electromagnetic / Radiant Energy >
        Renaissance Conference November 13-14, 2010 - A Workshop giving people a chance to spend time at the shop with John Bedini and others of like-mind in actual assembly of his cutting edge energy technology, including the R-Charge battery chargers, Bedini/Cole magnetic window motor energizers, and electric vehicle conversions. "This may be more significant than the '84 Tesla Symposium." -- Rick Friedrich (R-Charge; Sept. 2010)
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        Stanford Unveils Solar Cells Thinner Than Light Wavelengths - Engineers at Stanford recently announced that they have developed a new type of solar cell thinner than the wavelengths of light that could absorb 10 times the amount of sunlight that current cells do. By configuring the thicknesses of several thin layers of films, an organic polymer cell could transform the solar energy industry. (Inhabitat; Sept. 28, 2010)

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