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  • Sterling D. Allan
    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com The best news and directory service on the net regarding cutting edge energy technologies. (Go here for links to
    Message 1 of 1 , Sep 6, 2006
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      Electricity - Make it, Don't buy it - Biodiesel in back yard
      http://pesnetwork.netw6000.hop.clickbank.net/ - Electricity - Make it, Don't buy it - eBook shows you how to set up your own electric company running on biodiesel fuel in your back yard.

      Wednesday, September 6, 2006
      1772012 cumulative visits; 21:25 pm GMT/UTC

      • Featured / Top 100:
        Solar / Silicon >
        Sliver Solar Cells - New manufacturing process developed at the Australian National University uses as little as one tenth the amount of hyper-pure silicon as in square solar PV technology. Manufacturing plant is complete, and process testing is underway. Commercial modules projected to be available by mid 2007. (PESWiki; Sept. 6)
      • Renewable Energy Cost Trends - A look at the cost trend per kilo-watt hours for several renewable energy industries in New Zealand.  Covers solar, ethanol, tide, wave, geothermal, wind, solar; several of which are projected to compete with conventional energy.  (ReFocus; Sept. 6)

      Tuesday, September 5, 2006
      1767574 cumulative visits; 16:26 pm GMT/UTC

      • Solar
        >
        href="http://home.businesswire.com/portal/site/home/?epi_menuItemID=989a6827590d7dda9cdf6023a0908a0c&epi_menuID=c791260db682611740b28e347a808a0c&epi_baseMenuID=384979e8cc48c441ef0130f5c6908a0c&ndmViewId=news_view&newsLang=en&div=428291328&newsId=20060905005378">Applied Materials Launches Strategy to Reduce the Cost Per Watt of Solar Power
        - "The solar industry has reached the inflection point..., as solar customers seek economies of scale with suppliers who can better meet their needs for global support and who can provide advanced systems that meet technology, throughput, quality and yield goals." (BusinessWire; Sept. 5)
      • Solar
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Silicon">Silicon > New Silicon Feedstock
        - Dow Corning Corp. has announced that it has achieved a milestone in solar energy technology: a commercially available, large-scale manufacturable solar-grade (SoG) silicon derived from metallurgical silicon that exhibits good solar cell performance characteristics when blended with traditional polysilicon feedstock. (Renewable Energy Access; Sept. 5)

      Monday, September 4, 2006
      1764645 cumulative visits; 18:59 pm GMT/UTC

      • Featured / Top 100:
        Solar
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Solar_Tower">Towers
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Floating_Solar_Chimney_Technology">Floating Solar Chimney
        - A variant of the concrete solar tower concept.  The floating chimney is a light-weight structure made of a set of lifting balloon rings filled with a lighter than the air gas.  Result is projected to be cost-competitive with grid electricity generation. (PESWiki; June 28)
      • Solar / Biofuel
        >
        href="http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/08/first_solar_pow_1.php">First Solar Powered Biofuel Station Opens
        - A newly-opened solar powered biofuel station by SeQuential Biofuels in Oregon is powered in part by 244 solar panels that cover the fueling islands generating 33kW. The 4800 plants installed in five inches of soil on the roof will help to control rainwater runoff on the site and will help cool the convenience store during the summer. (TreeHugger; Aug. 29)

      Sunday, September 3, 2006
      1761596 cumulative visits; 20:13 pm GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Disturbed Self-Compensating Symmetry
        - The basic premise of the technology is that nature seeks symmetry and balance. The symmetry has inner stability.  A temporary imbalance imposed wants to return to balance. Can this force be harnessed for output energy?  A series of torsion springs is used to create this im/balance. (PESWiki; Sept. 1, 2006) (Thanks Adrian Akau)
      Disturbed Self-Compensating Symmetry
      • Solar
        > Re-inventing
        nature for cheaper solar power
        - A research team in Sydney has created molecules that mimic those in plants which harvest light and power life on Earth. A leaf has twice the efficiency of the most advanced solar cell and is made from dirt cheap organics. (PhysOrg; Sept. 1) (Thanks Cam Trenor)

      Saturday, September 2, 2006
      1758490 cumulative visits; 17:04 pm GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Fuel Efficiency > Retrofits
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Impulse_Engine_Technology_Pty_Ltd.">Impulse Engine Technology Pty Ltd.
        - Negative Pressure Supercharging supercharges engine from the inside using a highly advanced new supercharging process and NO air pump, transforming an engine into a "fuel efficient torque monster", improving fuel economy by as much as 30%. (PESWiki)
      • EV > Roadster
        >
        href="http://thefraserdomain.typepad.com/energy/2006/08/telsa_electric.html">One Sleek Beauty: the Tesla Roadster
        - Two-seat electric vehicle being commercialized by Tesla Motors has become the poster child for electric cars. Their initial run of 100 cars sold out in less than three weeks. (The Energy Blog; Aug. 30)
      • Humor
        > USS Clinton
        Unveiled
        - Budget cut compliant, unarmed, inoffensive, apologies for every occasion ready in any language. Constructed nearly entirely from recycled aluminum and is completely solar powered with a top speed of 5 knots. The 20-person crew is completely diversified and includes members of all races, creeds, and sexual orientation. (See Google)

      Friday, September 1, 2006
      1755671 cumulative visits; 17:44 pm GMT/UTC

      • GEET / Plasma
        >
        href="http://pesn.com/2006/08/31/9500232_Plasma_Assisted_Combustion/index.html#Pantone_Shadow">Los Alamos Plasma in GEET's Shadow
        - Steve Elswick of TeslaTech points out that the Los Alamos plasma-assisted combustion provides profound mainstream documentation of what Paul Pantone has been promoting for years, out in the 'fringes' (for which he is presently incarcerated). (PESN; Sept. 1)
      • Electromagnetic
        >
        href="http://www.rasertech.com/" rel=nofollow>Raser Technologies - Symetron™ AC induction motor technology achieves high torque without permanent magnets. A few simple changes to conventional motors yield significant increases in power, performance and efficiency. With up to 3 times the power density, a lower cost per kilowatt, Symetron™ is ideal for use in electric & hybrid vehicles, industrial applications and power generation. (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Events > Conference on Future Energy - IRI press release - Line-up of speakers for the Sept. 22-24 conference in D.C. will include addresses on plasma focus fusion, ocean turbines, fuel cell developments, DOE fission and fusion, nanotechnology quantum principles, screening of "Who Killed the Electric Car"? (ZPEnergy; Aug. 29)

       

       

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