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      Sunday, September 26, 2010

      • Feature: Electrolysis
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        News update on Bob Boyce - The latest on the famous Boyce's travels, projects, accomplishments, plans in hydroxy research, pulse width modulator controllers. A mention of feeding HHOi under pressure with air into the fuel rail for eliminating the need for petrol in a vehicle. (PESN; Sept. 26, 2010)
      • Wind > Offshore / Largest
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        World’s Biggest Offshore Wind Farm Is Activated - On Friday, the UK opened the Thanet Wind Farm, the largest offshore wind farm in the world with 100 turbines spread over 35 kilometres in the North Sea; capable of generating up to 300 megawatts of electricity – enough to power over 200,000 homes or a small city. (Inhabitat; Sept. 24, 2010)

      Saturday, September 25, 2010

      • Lighting / Magnetism
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        Magnetic Power Offers Energy-Saving Alternative - The U.S. Office of Naval Research Global is involved in a technology developed in Tokyo which is a magnetic energy regulation device that controls the flow of energy to lighting sources. The device also captures residual magnetic energy given off by energy transmitters which it redirects back into the lighting. Total savings can be nearly 40% at peak times. (Science Daily; Sept. 24, 2010)
      • Prizes > Google's 10^100 / Human-Powered
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        Google Announces Project 10^100 Winners - Two years ago, Google asked for ideas for helping as many people as possible, receiving 150,000 ideas from 170 countries. $10 million will be split among five winners, including one energy project, Shweeb, a concept for short to medium distance, urban personal transport, using human-powered vehicles on a monorail. (Google Blog; Sept. 24, 2010)

      Friday, September 24, 2010

      • Feature: News > Raw Hopper
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        Raw Free Energy News Hopper: Energy Tower (link fixed) - Items I placed in my news hopper, intending to format them for inclusion in the news, but limitations of having only so many hours in a day prevented it. Rather than have them go unannounced altogether, I present them here in a raw format. (FreeEnergyNews; Sept. 21, 2010)
      • Flight / Human-Powered
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        First Continuous Flight of a Human-Powered Ornithopter! - A University of Toronto student has succeeded where Leonardo Da Vinci had failed, completing the first continuous flight of the human-powered aircraft known as an ornithopter. Todd Reichert , a PhD student at the U of T Institute for Aerospace Studies at the University of Toronto, succeeded in piloting the aircraft, which flies by flapping its wings like a bird. (Inhabitat; Sept. 23, 2010)

      Thursday, September 23, 2010

      • Solar > PV
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        Forcing Mismatched Elements Together Could Yield Better Solar Cells - In what could be a step toward higher efficiency solar cells, an international team including University of Michigan professors has invalidated the most commonly used model to explain the behavior of a unique class of materials called highly mismatched alloys. (Solar Daily; Sept. 10, 2010)
      • Nanotech / Storage > Batteries > Li-ion
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        Paper-Thin Batteries Provide Bendable Power - New carbon nanotube-based technology could literally allow companies to paint layers of electricity-holding lithium-ion on standard pieces of paper. The new batteries, which are just 300 μm thick, are thinner and more flexible, and they exhibit higher energy density and other electrical advantages, compared with other types of thin batteries. (Chemical & Engineering News; Sept. 20, 2010)

      Wednesday, September 22, 2010

      • OS / DIY: Solar
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        Solar tracking circuit - Developed as an open source project, this inexpensive device accurately tracks the position of the sun and can be applied to a wide range of solar tracking devices. It uses GaP LEDs as sensors which feed a comparator chip which in turn drives transistors providing simple bi-directional motor control. The device has been used on solar PV, solar cookers, solar concentrators and more. (GreenWatts)

      Tuesday, September 21, 2010

      • Feature: News > Raw Hopper
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        Raw Free Energy News Hopper: Energy Tower - Items I placed in my news hopper, intending to format them for inclusion in the news, but limitations of having only so many hours in a day prevented it. Rather than have them go unannounced altogether, I present them here in a raw format. (FreeEnergyNews; Sept. 21, 2010)
      • Fuel Efficiency > Super Fuel Efficient Vehicles >
        Avion car goes border to border on one tank of diesel - In 1984, Craig Henderson and Bill Green built a one-of-a-kind super fuel-efficient car called the Avion. In 1986, it set the Guinness world record for fuel economy by averaging 103.7 mpg (2.27L/100km) while driving from the Mexican to Canadian borders. It is still on the road... and breaking its own records. On August 29th, they drove 1,478 miles (2,379 km) to the Mexican border getting 119.1mpg (1.97L/100km). (GizMag; Sept. 15, 2010)
      • Pollution
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        Online Shopping May Actually Increase Pollution - British researchers have concluded that unless online shoppers order 25 items at a time, they're polluting more than if they shopped at their local mall. An environmental benefit only occurs 'if online shopping replaces 3.5 traditional shopping trips, or if the distance traveled to where the purchase is made is more than 50 kilometers.... (Slashdot; Sept. 20, 2010)

      Monday, September 20, 2010

      • Solar > Overviews
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        Here Comes the Sun - Here's a great documentary by a Dutch public service TV station, VPRO, about how the sun could easily provide the planet with sufficient energy, if only we are willing to change and to invest in harvesting that solar energy. "This documentary will leave you feeling totally refreshed and recharged. Show's how fear is striking the hearts of oil producers already." -- Andrew Lee (YouTube / VPRO Backlight; Oct. 21, 2008)

       

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