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  • Sterling D. Allan
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    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 29, 2008
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      Saturday, March 29, 2008
      3722336 cumulative visits; 07:00 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Fuel Efficiency > Hydrogen Injection > HAFC
        href="http://www.peswiki.com/index.php/Validation:JeffOtto.com_LTD's_challenge_to_HAFC_critics">Hydro Boost Dealer Challenges Critics
        - HAFC hydrogen boost dealer, Jeff Otto, lays down the gauntlet regarding the company's guarantee of a 50% improvement in mileage, asking for any skeptic to come forward with $5000 cash to be matched by him in the same amount. Winner takes all. (PESWiki; March 28)
      • Solar > Solars Bay - SolarsBay allows people from all over the world to trade solar energy and is a Peer-To-Peer (P2P) solar energy trading platform. The idea behind SolarsBay is that future technology will allow a direct global transportation of solar energy through communication lines. (Thanks Yossi BH)
      • Biofuels
        title=http://www.greencarcongress.com/2008/03/shell-and-viren.html#more href="http://www.greencarcongress.com/2008/03/shell-and-viren.html#more" rel=nofollow>Shell and Virent Collaborating To Develop Biogasoline From Plant Sugars 
        - These new ‘biogasoline’ molecules have higher energy content than ethanol (or butanol) and deliver better fuel efficiency. They can be blended seamlessly to make conventional gasoline or combined with gasoline containing ethanol.(Green Car Congress; March 28, 2008) (Thanks Robert L Pritchett)
      • Conservation
        > Shutting
        Down for An Hour -
        Earth Hour was created by the World Wildlife Fund in Sydney, Australia in 2007, and in one year has grown from an event in one city to a global movement. Turn off your lights for an hour at 8:00 pm whatever time zone you're in on March 29. (EcoGeek; March 28, 2008) (Thanks Robert L Pritchett)

      Friday, March 28, 2008
      3718332 cumulative visits; 05:44 am GMT/UTC

      • Events
        href="http://peswiki.com/index.php/Events:2008:ExtraOrdinary_Technology_Conference">ExtraOrdinary Technology Conference 2008 in
        Albuquerque - July 31-Aug 3 conference will cover such topics as Tesla Technology • Magnetic Motors • Zero-Point Energy • Energy Saving Devices • Cosmic/Radiant Energy • Brown's Gas • Low Temperature Plasma • GEET • ElectroGravitation • ElectroMedicine • Magnetic Healing. (PESWiki)
      • Conservation / Water > Enviro Save Valve - Think of all the water that goes to waste down the drain while you're waiting for the tap to get warm. Lloyd Linson-Smith has invented a device that diverts and saves that cold water that flows before hot water arrives. (Courier Mail; AU; March 18, 2008) (Thanks KeeleyNet) (Thanks Robert L Pritchett)
      • Wind > Navajo Nation To Develop 500 MW Of Wind Power - The Navajo Nation, which has struggled for years to build a coal-fired power plant, said on Thursday it has formed a joint venture with a Boston company to develop 500 megawatts of wind energy on its lands in the US West. (Reuters; Mar. 28)

      Wednesday, March 26, 2008
      3712544 cumulative visits; 19:58 pm GMT/UTC

      • Conservation
        title=http://www.inhabitat.com/2008/03/24/guardian-develops-hyper-insulating-vacuum-glass/ href="http://www.inhabitat.com/2008/03/24/guardian-develops-hyper-insulating-vacuum-glass/" rel=nofollow>Revolutionary Super-Insulating Vacuum Glass! 
        - Researchers at Guardian Industries have recently unveiled a new breed of vacuum-glazed super glass with an incredible R12-R13 insulation rating. (Inhabitat; March 24, 2008) (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)
      • Batteries
        title=http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2008/0407/068.html href="http://www.forbes.com/forbes/2008/0407/068.html" rel=nofollow>Jump Start 
        - Carmakers favor lithium-ion batteries (already popular in cell phones and laptops) because they can store twice as much energy per liter of volume as nickel batteries. Forbes has posted a chart listing which plug-in hybrids and electric cars are possibly using what type of Lithium-ion technology. (Forbes; April 4, 2008) (Thanks Robert L Pritchett)
      • New Energy-Related RFPs - Newest requests for proposals include: 1) Technologies for Making Thin Film Sheets of Ceramic Materials for Use in Lithium Ion Batteries; and 2) Technologies for Simulating Organic Solar Cell Devices. (PESWiki; Mar. 26)

      Tuesday, March 25, 2008
      3705871 cumulative visits; 05:04 am GMT/UTC

      • Featured:
        Daniel Pomerleau Free Energy Coils
        - Autistic Candian, Daniel Pomerlou, has given numerous demonstrations of free energy generation using only coils of wires; and mind power. Powers 200 Watt bulb, skill saw, motors and other appliances in front of electrical engineers who have no idea how he does it. (PESWiki; Mar. 25) (Thanks Robert Nelson)
      • Anti-Gravity
        href="http://www.freeenergynews.com/Directory/Inventors/JohnHutchison/index.html">John Hutchison > Officials Want to Close John Hutchison's Lab Again
        - Eccentric inventor, who has levitated all kinds of things, along with extracting voltage from rocks, is running into trouble with city officials again, just as a Fox news feature is about to film a feature there. He faced a similar dilemma back in Nov. 2003. (RumorMillNews; March 24)
      • Chukanov
        href="http://www.freeenergynews.com/Directory/Chukanov/index.html#ANLAUTRON-IV">Anlautron-IV Video
        - Kiril Chukanov sends a video showing his Quantum Free Energy generator. (Feb. 8, 2008) (YouTube; March 24, 2008)

      Monday, March 24, 2008
      3701889 cumulative visits; 04:59 am GMT/UTC

      • Fuel Cells
        href="http://news.duke.edu/2008/03/fuel_cell.html" rel=nofollow>Findings Could Improve Fuel Cell Efficiency 
        - Duke University Pratt School of Engineering have developed a ceramic membrane made of iron nanoparticles, that allows fuel cells to operate at low humidity and operate at higher temperatures. (Energy Blog; March 24, 2008) (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)
      • Trends
        > CEOs See Green Energy
        Policies Preserving US Jobs
        - It's not often you hear executives from the biggest US industries and a Republican governor clamoring for stronger regulations on climate change. But that's exactly what they want. (Environmental News Network; March 15, 2008)

      Sunday, March 23, 2008
      3699081 cumulative visits; 06:59 am GMT/UTC

      Saturday, March 22, 2008
      3696003 cumulative visits; 05:30 am GMT/UTC

      • Thermal Electric / Nanotech
        href="http://www.technologyreview.com/Energy/20448/?nlid=955">Cheap, Efficient Thermoelectrics via Nanomaterials
        - Researchers at MIT and Boston College have developed an inexpensive, simple technique for achieving a 40 percent increase in the efficiency of a common thermoelectric material, bringing the technology closer to becoming economically feasible for a wide range of waste heat recovery. (MIT Technology Review; March. 20) (MIT EI)
      • Hydrogen / Nanotech
        href="http://www.media.rice.edu/media/NewsBot.asp?MODE=VIEW&ID=10750&SnID=986985334">Buckyballs Can Store Concentrated Hydrogen
        - Researchers from Rice University have discovered that it's possible to store hydrogen inside buckyballs. The buckyballs can contain up to 8% of their weight in hydrogen, and they are strong enough to hold it at a density that rivals the center of Jupiter. (Rice; Mar. 20)
      • Fuel Efficient Vehicles > X-Prize
        href="http://illuminatimotorworks.com/" rel=nofollow>Illuminati Motor Works (IMW) 
        - “Seven” is a four seat, gasoline compound series hybrid. The vehicle has dual modular design enabling both its drive train and body components to be swapped out. This concept allows bolt on adaptation of Diesel, BioDiesel, Ethanol, and natural gas drive train and body styles including the four door sedan and truck versions. (Thanks Robert L. Pritchett)
      • Due diligence for renewable energy projects - Steve Griller, CEO of Enertrix, helps renewable project managers compare their operational performance assumptions with projects of similar technologies by using comparative forensic benchmark factors. (PowerEngineering)

      Friday, March 21, 2008
      3692601 cumulative visits; 07:07 am GMT/UTC

      • Fuel Efficiency > X-Prize
        href="http://edition.cnn.com/2008/TECH/science/03/20/mpg.xprize.ap/index.html">X-Prize pre-requisites for $10M purse for 100-mpg vehicle
        - The winning car must carry four or more passengers, have climate control, an audio system and 10 cubic feet of cargo space. They also must have four or more wheels, hit 60 miles per hour in less than 12 seconds and have a minimum top speed of 100 miles per hour and a range of 200 miles. (CNN; March 20)
      • Salt-Fresh
        href="http://www.wbcsd.org/plugins/DocSearch/details.asp?type=DocDet&ObjectId=MjkwNjU">Salt could shake up world energy supply
        - Two small projects to mix sea and river water seek to capture the energy released when fresh and salt water are mixed, build on knowledge that has been around for centuries -- in one case imitating the process of osmosis used by trees to suck water from their roots. The technology is still far from being economically viable. (WBCSD; Mar. 19) (Thanks Keelynet)


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