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  • Sterling D. Allan
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      Thursday, November 29, 2007
      3275395 cumulative visits; 05:05 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Electrolysis
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Fuel_Efficiency_Hydrogen_Injection">Hydrogen Injection >
        Bob Boyce System Replications Reporting 40-60% mpg Increases - Another update by Michael Couch on various developments in the water fuel cell field, in which hydroxy gas from electrolyzed water is added to the air intake of a vehicle. The teamwork resembles the days of pre-Apple computer collaboration. (PESN; Nov. 29)
      • Tidal / Ocean Current > Ocean Renewable Power Company - ORPC is developing modular ocean current generation OCGen™ technology and incorporating it into tidal and ocean current generation projects. The company plans to deploy and test an OCGen™ Turbines Generation Unit at its Western Passage, Maine site in late 2007. (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Human Power > Harnessing Human Kinetic Energy - The battery-size product, the M2E, harnesses kinetic energy, or normal physical movement, to generate power. Clipped onto a belt or carried in a knapsack, the entire generator is contained within a regular battery casing. (MIT Technology Review; Nov. 29)

      Wednesday, November 28, 2007
      3271482 cumulative visits; 06:21 am GMT/UTC

      • Electromagnetic
        > Lutec > Theory Behind
        Lutec Motor (pdf)
        - Lutec purports a prototypes that amplifies electricity by at least five times. If valid, this technology could help solve the energy crunch.  In this document, Lutec addresses the question: " Where does the 'EXTRA' energy come from?".  No back EMF is part of the equation.  (Nov. 27, 2007)

      Tuesday, November 27, 2007
      3269370 cumulative visits; 16:50 pm GMT/UTC

      • Storage
        >
        href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Batteries">Batteries / Capacitors
        >
        title=http://www.greencarcongress.com/2007/11/csiro-invests-i.html href="http://www.greencarcongress.com/2007/11/csiro-invests-i.html" rel=nofollow>Hybrid Energy Storage System
        - Smart Storage Pty will develop energy storage systems based on a hybrid battery which combines an asymmetric supercapacitor and a lead-acid battery in a single unit cell. The expected discharge and charge power of the Smart Storage battery will be 50% higher and its cycle-life at least 3x longer than conventional lead-acid. (Green Car Congress; Nov. 26, 2007) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Wind > High Altitude > Football Field-Sized Kite Powers Latest Freighter - A new freighter set to launch in December will be receiving a hefty dose of power from a kite the size of a football field. The 460-foot ship, owned by the Beluga shipping company, hopes to see as much as a 50% drop in fuel consumption during optimal conditions. (Network World; Nov. 25) (See Slashdot discussion)
      • Wind > Debating the Merits of Energy From Air - Supporters see wind turbines as elegant symbols of a clean-energy future. But as the industry expands amid global pressure to cut carbon emissions and fight climate change, an increasingly mobilized anti-wind farm lobby in Europe, North America and elsewhere is decrying the turbines as ugly, noisy... (NY Times; Nov. 25) (Thanks Alex Ramon)

      Monday, November 26, 2007
      3258467 cumulative visits; 05:05 am GMT/UTC

      • (repeat) Microbial Fuel Cells > Making Fuel from Leftovers - According to Penn State University researchers, feeding table scraps to bacteria may be a clean and efficient way to produce hydrogen that can be used as fuel. (MIT Technology Review; Nov. 26)
      • Employment
        >
        Find A Green Job - Even in the best of times looking for a job can be a tough task, but if you’re looking for a job in the environmental marketplace it may seem near impossible. Check out these sites and get a meaningful job - it can be done. I hope that these resources become invaluable. Good luck! (The Future of Business; Nov. 22) (Thanks Alex Ramon)
      Sunday, November 25, 2007
      3260968 cumulative visits; 04:43 am GMT/UTC
      • Hydraulic > Thermoenergetics: Can Hydraulics Reverse Entropy? - The idea of entropy, of the constant and irreversible winding down of the universe, was introduced with the second law of thermodynamics. One of the great minds of this century, an outsider to established science, has recognized the folly of this view and coined a term for the antidote: syntropy. (Sepp Hasslberger Blog; Nov. 24)
      • Wind > Farms > Connecting wind farms - Wind power, long considered to be as fickle as wind itself, can become a dependable source of electricity at a lower cost, according to scientists at Stanford University. The key is connecting wind farms throughout a given geographic area with transmission lines, combining the outputs into one powerful energy source. (PhysOrg; Nov. 21, 2007) (Thanks John Q. Public)
      • Grid
        >
        href="http://newsblaze.com/story/20071122210827nnnn.nb/newsblaze/TOPSTORY/Top-Stories.html">Clean Power from Deserts for Europe, the Middle East and North Africa
        - The White Paper "Clean Power from Deserts - The DESERTEC Concept for Energy, Water and Climate Security" is to be presented to the European Parliament in Brussels on November 28, by Prince Hassan bin Talal of Jordan. (NewsBlaze; Nov. 22) (Thanks Ferrand Stobart) [Now the Club of Rome wants to control renewable energy.]

      Saturday, November 24, 2007
      3258467 cumulative visits; 05:05 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Recycling
        >
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Directory:Lohrmann_International_--_Supplier_of_New_and_Used_Power_Generating_Equipment">Lohrmann International Recycles Power Plants
        - Company focuses on the worldwide mobilization of power components and complete plants (including renewable) for power generation of all sizes (from 1 - 1000 MW) electrical/thermal output and all configurations.  Used equipment is inexpensive, is available quickly, and has a proven performance record. (PESWiki; Nov. 24)
      • Tidal > Clean Current Power Systems - The tidal turbine generator is a bi-directional ducted horizontal axis turbine with a direct drive variable speed permanent magnet generator. This design delivers superior efficiency, enhanced by a simple design that has one moving part - the rotor assembly that contains the blades. (Thanks John Q. Public)

      Friday, November 23, 2007
      3255562 cumulative visits; 06:01 am GMT/UTC

      • Biomass > Britain to build world's biggest biomass plant - Britain is to build the biggest biomass plant in the world. The 350-megawatt wood chip-fuelled electricity generating plant will cost 400 million pounds.  The wood chip fuel, to be burnt around the clock, is expected to come from sustainable sources in the United States and Canada.  (PhysOrg; Nov. 22)

       

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