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2006-7 highlights; Nova's self-charging vehilcle; Inertial-Electrodynamic Fusion Device; MPI reports

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    Free Energy News http://FreeEnergyNews.com (Go here for links to stories below, if you don t get this by HTML) The best news and directory service on the net
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 3, 2007
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      regarding cutting edge energy technologies.

      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, January 3, 2007
      2132904 cumulative visits; 15:40 pm GMT/UTC

      • Zeitgeist
        href="http://www.grist.org/news/daily/2007/01/02/?source=FreeEnergyNews.com">Grist looks at the top news stories of 2006, wings it for 2007
        - Welcome to your new year! Before we rush into this great unknown annus, let's pause to reflect on the wonders of 2006. Remember when George W. Bush proclaimed that the U.S. was "addicted to oil"? Yep, that was just 12 months ago, and it was a confession that kicked off ... (Grist; Jan. 1)
      • Solar > Orionsolar - Dye cells generate electricity using nano-sized titanium dioxide particles impregnated with dye, work well in a wide range of lighting conditions and are particularly suited to warmer climates. Orionsolar has developed low cost printing and laminating techniques which could reduce the cost of dye cells to 70 cents per peak watt, making solar energy competitive with fossil fuels. (Thanks John Q. Public)

      Tuesday, January 2, 2007
      2129464 cumulative visits; 15:20 pm GMT/UTC

      • Zeitgeist
        href="http://www.RenewableEnergyAccess.com/rea/news/story?id=46982&src=rss">Biomass: Year-in-Review - Large VC investments, new leadership, increased acceptance from the environmental community, national security threats and unstable energy markets sparked the country's enthusiasm for biomass. The industry's capacity to ramp up production and the ability of this renewable resource to provide a considerable quantity of power, not just liquid fuel, has made biomass a significant player in the U.S. energy future. (Renewable Energy Access; Jan. 2)
      • Wind > Stormblade: the first quiet residential wind turbine - Besides being bird and bat friendly, the Stormblade design is very quiet. It has fewer parts and higher generating capacity than other models and can theoretically, operate at any wind speed; and can convert up to 70 per cent of wind power into electricity, double the current average. (TreeHugger; Jan. 2, 2006)

      Monday, January 1, 2007
      2126806 cumulative visits; 17:07 pm GMT/UTC

      • News
        > Demo Videos and News at
        - Jerry Decker has pulled together quite a few free energy and related videos in his news, including a link to footage of a UFO saucer crashing into the desert.  If you don't already have Keelynet bookmarked, you should. (Jan. 1)
      • Conservation
        > Energy
        Efficient Home Articles (.com)
        - There are presently 697 articles in the Energy Efficient Home Articles' database from 512 diverse authors, providing helpful information about energy efficient homes.
      • Hydrogen / Electrolysis
        > Accagen
        Pressurized Electrolyzers
        - AccaGen has developed special electrolyzers with maximum efficiency (>85%) for energy storage in renewable energy systems applications like Sun, Wind, Hydro.  Direct-to-pressure process avoids the necessity of using costly, maintenance intensive and energy consuming gas compressors. (Thanks tallex2002)
      • Humor
        > Darwin
        Awards 2006
        - Includes everything from whacking rocket-propelled grenades with hammers to recreating experiments by Franklin.  This year's winner was removed from the gene pool by trying a combination of fluorescent lighting and combustion. (See Slashdot discussion)

      Sunday, December 31, 2006
      2123913 cumulative visits; 07:20 am GMT/UTC

      • Aether > From the Aura to the Aether: The Secrets of Energy Dynamics - Aether is part of a form of energy that many cultures were aware of and have given different names to: Taoists called it ‘chi’ and the Babylonians ‘ti’. Those from the Indus valley referred to it as ‘Ódžas’ and the Japanese ‘rei ki’. Likewise, Hebrews referred to it as ‘ruach’, Tibetans as ‘šugs rlung’ and the Vedic religion thought of it as ‘prána’. (Thothweb; Dec. 23) (Thanks T Lee Buyea)
      • Brown's Gas Videos Uploaded - "Video 11-16 are available no where else on the internet. Includes Brown's Gas sublimating tungsten, which requires over 10,000 degree Farenheit", yet you can wave the flame across your hand and not get burned. (Thanks Noah Seidman)

      Saturday, December 30, 2006
      2121093 cumulative visits; 18:03 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured / Top 100:
        Nova Technologies Pursuing Self-Charging Vehicle Technology (Interview: 4:00 - 4:55 pm Mountain) - Institute claims to be developing a "self-recharging electric vehicle, capable of converting ambient energy sources into usable electrical power efficiently enough to power a 1,500 pound vehicle at highway speeds for unlimited distances without the combustion of any kind of fuel or emission of any exhaust." (PESN; Dec. 30)
      • Featured:
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Tool:Innovative_Technology_IP_Development_Pipeline">Innovative Technology IP Development Pipeline
        - In 2001, Primary Technologies (now Nova Institute of Technology, LLC of Salt Lake City, Utah) invested $185,000 hiring three MBA accounting firms, who spent a year to come up with an IP development pipeline, which is a gateway process for taking disruptive technologies from concept stage to market. (PESWiki; Dec. 30)
      • Tools
        href="http://www.newmediaexplorer.org/steve_bosserman/2006/12/29/oil_addiction_and_the_business_case_for_change.htm">Oil Addiction and the Business Case for Change
        - To overcome addiction to oil, we need a clear business case, upon which to build a business model to then be refined into an actual business plan. Inventors take note. (New Media Explorer; Dec. 29) (Thanks Sepp Hasslberger)
      • Global Warming > Ice Shelf Breaks Off In Arctic - Satellite images confirm that a giant ice shelf, estimated to be over 3000 years old, snapped free from an island south of the North Pole 16 months ago.  Scientists cite climate change as a "major" reason for the event. "We are crossing climate thresholds," says an expert. (Slashdot; Dec. 29)

      Friday, December 29, 2006
      2119702 cumulative visits; 14:22 am GMT/UTC

      • Hybrid Vehicles > Clean Power Technologies - Developing novel power trains for hybrid vehicles using exhaust heat stored in a liquid energy reservoir, offering a potential fuel saving of up to 50%. The energy reservoir provides periods of totally non-polluting power in a closed vapour cycle in urban areas. Unlike a battery, it has a high power availability without fuel consumption for charging. (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Ocean Wave > SwellFuel (.com) - Has filed three patent applications for a process that would convert wave energy into hydrogen generation, requiring shipment of hydrogen to land.  Seems labor intensive compared to other renewable sea energy approaches.
      • Trends
        href="http://www.RenewableEnergyAccess.com/rea/news/story?id=46965&src=rss">Congress Urged to Shift Funds to Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
        - In a letter delivered this week to congressional leaders, 103 business, consumer, environmental, energy policy, and other groups urged that federal energy research and development funds be shifted to programs supporting renewable energy and energy efficiency -- away from fossil fuel and nuclear power programs. (Renewable Energy Access; Dec. 28)

      Thursday, December 28, 2006
      2116145 cumulative visits; 06:47 am GMT/UTC

      • Profile
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Congress:Member:Noah_Seidman">Noah Seidman
        - Recently joined the New Energy Congress, and has been assisting with the pages at PESWiki. He runs a website, http://WaterFuelConverters.com, that clarifies and educates regarding various methods for using water electrolysis to accentuate fuel economy and possibly eventually become the primary fuel source. (PESWiki; Dec. 28)
      • Zeitgeist
        > The Year in
        Energy (mainstream)
        - Biowaste to fuels, cars that plug in, lithium-ion batteries that don't explode, and cheap energy from the sun.  Energy reporter, Kevin Bullis, reviews the milestones of 2006. (MIT Technology Review; Dec. 28)
      Colonies of recombinant Streptomyces bacteria are designed to produce enzymes called cellulases. With these enzymes, the bacteria can break down cellulose on the way to producing ethanol.  Credit: NREL/U.S. Dept. of Energy
      • EV > Hybrids
        href="http://www.treehugger.com/files/2006/12/the_toyota_fths.php">The Toyota FT-HS Hybrid Sports Concept Car
        - Toyota apparently wants teenage boys to daydream about hybrids. The FT-HS hybrid sports concept car will be premiered on January 7 at the North American International Auto Show. What is interesting is the "halo" effect it could have, making hybrids desirable to a new public. (TreeHugger; Dec. 27)
      • Alternative Fuels > Peat grows as new fuel source - Researchers have identified a cheaper and more Earth-friendly fuel source: peat, that half-rotted vegetation that covers a considerable chunk of Michigan. They are working to develop what they call "pethanol" to run small, fuel-cell-powered vehicles. Peat forms naturally, is cheap to harvest and requires no fertilization. (The Detroit News; December 26, 2006) (Thanks John Q. Public)


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