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      Wednesday, September 5, 2007
      2954394 cumulative visits; 05:21 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Store / Solar > Tulsi Hybrid Solar-Electric Oven - Makes solar cooking more practical, with its electrical back-up, switching automatically between solar and electric power, depending on sunshine availability.  Uses 75% less energy than a conventional oven.  Can bake a wider variety of food than a grill.
      • Batteries
        >
        href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:EEStor">EEStor > See You Later, Batteries!
        - EEStor claims a battery replacement technology that would enable a motorist to plug in a car for five minutes and drive 500 miles roundtrip without gasoline. The technology could provide efficient, lightning-fast storage for solar power. (ABC News; Aug. 31, 2007) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Fuel Efficiency > Engines
        >
        title=http://www.greencarcongress.com/2007/09/results-of-musi.html href="http://www.greencarcongress.com/2007/09/results-of-musi.html" rel=nofollow>MUSIC Engine
        - The Merritt Unthrottled Spark Ignition Combustion (MUSIC) gasoline engine promises to provide a 20% increase in fuel economy. MUSIC is an un-throttled, high thermal efficiency, lean-burn, spark ignition system that uses an indirect combustion chamber to produce charge stratification by means of controlled air management. (Green Car Congress; Sep. 2, 2007) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • EV / Grid
        >
        href="http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/09/excess_nightime.php">Excess Nightime Energy Could Fuel Over 158 Million Plug-in Hybrids
        - One common critique of an electric car revolution is that the increased energy demand might just lead to the generation of new power plants, negating some of the cars' positive environmental benefits. Not so, according to a new study by the U.S. Department of Energy. (TreeHugger; Sept. 4)

      Tuesday, September 4, 2007
      2950343 cumulative visits; 17:44 pm GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Scott F. Hall / Gravity MotorsOld Indian Gravity Wheel Demonstrated
        - This gravity wheel is composed of metal balls inside slants within wood, which keep the wheel off-balance, apparently resulting in rotation on its axle. He says the rotation speed fluctuates up and down, as the motion switches back and forth from kinetic to overbalance. (PESWiki; Sept. 4)
      • Solar
        > Solar Energy in Voice
        Recording
        - Using Li-Pol batteries combined with a solar collector, a Russian group has made a professional voice recorder that can meet the demands of the workaholic. (Open PR; Aug. 21)
      • Hydrogen
        >
        href="http://www.organicconsumers.org/articles/article_6913.cfm">Hydrogen Fuel Goes Liquid
        - Robert Crabtree of Yale University says that with the help of nitrogen, hydrogen could be made into a liquid that handles much like today's gasoline, eliminating problems of transport and storage. (Organic Consumer Assoc.; Aug. 24) (Thanks Sepp Hasslberger)
      • Grid
        >
        href="http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/09/big_steps_in_bu_3.php">Big Steps In Building: Change Our Wiring to 12 Volt DC
        - Though Tesla may have been right about long-distance transmission of power via alternating current, Edison may yet have a case for local distribution.  12VDC power needs no childproofing, no wall warts, creates no EMF and makes adding incremental sources like solar and wind much easier. (TreeHugger; Sept. 4, 2007)

      Monday, September 3, 2007
      2945567 cumulative visits; 20:29 pm GMT/UTC

      • Flying Cars > Moller
        > Flying
        saucer 'nears US take-off'
        - The flying car's inventor has been hard at work for more than four decades - and despite frequent assurances that success is just around the corner, the vehicle has yet to get anywhere near the mass market. (BBC; Aug. 31)
      • Fuel Efficiency > Forums
        > Gas Savers Forum
        (.com)
        - The Gas Savers Forum was designed to bring people together on a grass-roots level to discuss gas saving tips and tricks, new technologies and more.

      Sunday, September 2, 2007

      • OS / EV > Open Source Green Vehicle (OSGV) Project - The Society for Sustainable Mobility is working on a 100 MPGe mid-size Kernel™ Hybrid-Electric SUV, which will sit seven passengers and could reach top speed of 120mph (160km/h).  With serious engineering supporting it, the Kernel™ is designed from the ground up to be 2 generations ahead of the hybrid cars today.
      • Clean Coal
        >
        title="http://news.com.com/To clean coal, start-up GreatPoint makes gas/2100-11392 3-6204422.html?tag=cd.lede" href="http://news.com.com/To+clean+coal,+start-up+GreatPoint+makes+gas/2100-11392_3-6204422.html?tag=cd.lede" rel=nofollow>To clean coal, GreatPoint makes gas 
        - GreatPoint Energy is commercializing a technology to convert coal to natural gas--turning one of the dirtiest fuels into one of the cleanest. The company is resurrecting a technology--catalytic gasification--that was never fully commercialized, claiming it can produce natural gas at about $4 per million BTUs. (CNET News; Aug. 27, 2007) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Biodiesel
        >
        href="http://deseretnews.com/article/1,5143,695206407,00.html">Utah Tries Planting Biodiesel Crop Along Roadways
        - In a pioneering program, the Utah Department of Transportation supported an initiative by researchers from Utah State University to plant oil-producing crops such as canola, safflower and flax  along the sides of highways, which could then be  harvested to make biodiesel.  Drought conditions caused it to flop this first year. (Deseret News; Sept. 1)

      Saturday, September 1, 2007
      2937075 cumulative visits; 06:57 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Electrolysis
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Video:Water_as_Fuel_(via_ZPE)">Overview Video: Water as Fuel (via ZPE)
        (3 min) - While academia has been spurning the topic, hundreds, if not thousands of hobbyists and independent investigators worldwide are working on various electrolysis-like projects which put out more energy than was required to run the electrolysis unit. (PES Network Video; Aug. 31)
      • Magnet Motors > Steorn
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Steorn_Free_Energy#K-Toy_Video">K-Toy Video Addresses Validity of Steorn Concept
        - In a private video made public, Thieu Knapen, founder of Kinetron, describes a gizmo he built to characterize Steorn's magnet motor concept, to document whether or not it produced more energy out than was put in.  He was surprised to discover that something he did not think was possible actually does work. (PESWiki; Aug. 31)
      • Cold Fusion > An Interview with Dr. Edmund Storms (pdf) - Joe Allen Rudesill from Infinite Energy interviews the well-revered author of The Science of Low Energy Nuclear Reaction: A Comprehensive Compilation of Evidence and Explanations About Cold Fusion. (Infinite Energy; Issue 75, 2007)
      • Humor / Human-Powered
        >
        href="http://www.treehugger.com/files/2007/08/cart_bike.php">Make a Grocery Run with the Cart Bike
        - The Cart Bike doesn't turn corners very well, admits the second-prize winner of the TreeHugger/Popular Science/Instructables Go Green contest -- plus, we're not entirely clear how stable the setup would be with a week's worth of groceries. (TreeHugger; Aug. 30)

      Friday, August 31, 2007
      2933110 cumulative visits; 06:42 am GMT/UTC

      • Solar
        >
        href="http://www.usatoday.com/tech/science/environment/2007-08-26-solar_N.htm">Forecast for Solar Power: Sunny
        - A few dozen companies say advances in technology will let them halve the price of solar-panel installations in as little as three years. By 2014, solar-system prices will be competitive with conventional electricity when energy savings are figured in. (USA Today; Aug. 26)

      Thursday, August 30, 2007
      2929084 cumulative visits; 06:52 am GMT/UTC

      • Interview (Download 55 min 13 Mb) - David Wenbert on Water Fuel Cells - An open source project by the H2earth Institute is in process of replicating the water fuel cell technology of the late Stanley Meyer, who ran vehicles on water, and whose patents have just now become public domain. (Free Energy Now; Aug. 27)
      • Fuel Efficiency > Engines > More Efficient Diesel Engine - Sturman Industries has created a digital control system for diesel engines that improves fuel efficiency by 50% over regular diesel engines, triples power and shaves $2,000 to $12,000 off the engine cost typically spent on meeting government emissions standards. Their engine can run on up to 100% biodiesel fuel or regular diesel. (Colorado Springs Gazette; Aug. 25, 2007) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Quotes
        > No Free Energy
        - "There is no such thing as free energy. Anyone who advocates it does not know what he is talking about." -- Dr. Alireza (Ali) Haghighat, University of Florida, Department of Nuclear and Radiological Engineering, speaking in favor of nuclear energy at the 2007 Alternative Energy Summit, Aug. 27, 2007. (Thanks Gary Parsons, Florida Atlantic University)

       

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