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Sunday, August 31, 2008

  • Solar > Solar Vehicles
    Grassroots Electric Vehicles - Solar Cycle is licensed as a motorcycle with three wheels. It seats two comfortably and has room in the back for provisions. It uses a 9' pancake motor, ultra light aluminum and plastic frame and body, and goes 0 to 60 in under 10 seconds. (Thanks JQP)
  • Wind Farms / Grid >
    Wind Energy Bumps Into Power Grid’s Limits - Maple Ridge Wind farm cost $320 million to put nearly 200 wind turbines in upstate New York, but at times, regional electric lines have been so congested, that Maple Ridge has been forced to shut down, even with a brisk wind blowing. (Slashdot) (New York Times; Aug. 26, 2008)
  • Palin on Energy, Public Service and Role of VP - Alaska Governor Sarah Palin said; “Alaska should be the head, not the tail in Energy Policy. It is time to ramp up American supply of energy up in the arctic in Alaska. We have trillions of cubic feet of natural gas and billions of barrels of oil still sitting underground." (CNBC; Aug 29, 2008)

Saturday, August 30, 2008

  • Featured: Hydrogen > Fuel Cells
    Formula Zero - Hydrogen Racing - The world's first international fuel-cell powered motor racing series kicked off in Rotterdam over the weekend. The organisers hope that 'Formula Zero,' like Formula 1, can become a forum for competing technology as much as anything else, helping green consumer cars to become better. (PESWiki; Aug. 29, 2008)
  • Large Hadron Collider >
    Large Hadron Collider: The wait is over - At 27 Kilometers long, it is the largest machine in the world. It will accelerate counterrotating beams of protons to within a whisker of the speed of light and smash them head-on 600 million times a second. It will be operational soon. (New Scientist; Aug. 27, 2008)

Friday, August 29, 2008

  • Featured: Green Building >
    Ceratech, Inc.'s Green Cement - CERATECH’s products are compromised of 30 to 95% green sustainable industrial waste stream materials and are manufactured via a simple low energy, powder blending process; while the product is a cement with superior strength that can be deployed in a condensed timeframe. (PESWIki; Aug. 28, 2008)

Thursday, August 28, 2008

  • Solar >
    Sunrise Solar Introduces Solar Sunroof for Cars - Sunrise Solar has introduced its Solar Sunroof, a replacement for regular car sunroofs that includes solar PV cells to produce electricity. This can help recharge the vehicle's battery, but it can also cool down the car when it's hot, and warm it up when it's cold. (TreeHugger; Aug. 26, 2008)
  • Nuclear Remediation >
    Areva to add uranium recovery operation - Areva and the University of Idaho signed an agreement to work together to use a jointly developed process to remove enriched uranium from ash left from reducing the volume of contaminated debris by incineration. The incinerated debris includes items such as gloves and rags from the production of fuel for commercial nuclear power reactors. (Tri-City Herald; Aug. 22, 2008)
  • Geothermal >
    Blue Mountain Geothermal Project' - The Nevada Geothermal Project is on track to complete the 49.5 MW Blue Mountain Faulkner I project, including resource drilling, transmission line installation, and pipeline and power plant construction by December 31, 2009. (Video) (Nevada Geothermal; Aug. 27, 2008)

Wednesday, August 27, 2008

  • Flight / Prizes
    NASA awards $100,000 in aviation contest - At NASA's second annual General Aviation Challenge, one of the main prizes was the "green prize", which challenged two-seater planes to fly a 400-mile-long course logging at least 30 mpg. None of the four planes entered won; the best attempt achieved 28.8 mpg. NASA's ultimate goal: 100 mpg @ 100 mph. (CNet News; Aug. 10, 2008)

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

  • Algae >
    Algae: Biofuel of the Future? - University of Virginia researchers have a plan to greatly increase algae oil yields by feeding the algae extra carbon dioxide (the main greenhouse gas) and organic material like sewage, meaning the algae could simultaneously produce biofuel and clean up environmental problems. (NewsWise; August 15, 2008)
  • Solar > Flight >
    Solar plane's 3-day flight - The solar-powered Zephyr aircraft developed by the UK defence and technology firm QinetiQ have completed the longest-lasting unmanned flight. UAVs offer advantages over traditional aircraft and even satellites. (Video) (Slashdot) (BBC News; Aug. 24, 2008)
  • Solar >
    Topaz Solar Farm - Developing an ecofriendly 550- megawatt photovoltaic (PV) solar farm in San Luis Obispo County, California with PG&E as the customer. Located on the northwestern corner of the Carrisa Plains, this project will produce sufficient electricity to power the equivalent of approximately 190,000 average California homes. (Slashdot discussion) (OptiSolar; August 14, 2008)

Monday, August 25, 2008

  • Nuclear >
    First Customer for Hyperion Nuclear Batteries - TES Group has signed a “Letter of Intent" to purchase six Hyperion Power nuclear modules, with delivery scheduled for the year 2013. Hyperion claims the devices are safer than traditional nuclear reactors, are cheaper, easier to deploy, quicker to get built and can reach remote areas where traditional reactors can’t be built. (Earth2Tech; Aug. 12, 2008)
  • Nanotechnology >
    True properties of carbon nanotubes measured - For more than 15 years, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have been the flagship material of nanotechnology. Researchers have conceived applications for nanotubes ranging from microelectronic devices to cancer therapy. Their atomic structure should, in theory, give them mechanical and electrical properties far superior to most common materials. (PhysOrg; Aug. 15, 2008)

Sunday, August 24, 2008

  • Featured: Suppression / Reviews >
    Of Pope John Paul II and of Power as in Electricity - As Karol faced two brutal tyrannies, certain exotic emerging technologies also face oppression and have been bullied, sometimes for more than a century. The stance Karol took of persistent love and courage can be instructive and helpful for us as we face down those who resist these solutions. (PESWiki; Aug. 24, 2008)
  • UFO Documentation >
    Out of Space or Out of Mind? - NASA astronaut Edgar Mitchell, for example, a member of the Apollo 14 mission that landed on the moon in 1971, elaborated on his own fluid thoughts on the universe, arguing that alien visits to Earth have been covered up by governments for more than 60 years. (ABC News; July 28, 2008)
  • Conspiracy >
    Architects and Engineers for 911 Truth - Sign petition with fellow architects and engineers calling for true independent investigation of the reason for the collapse of all three World Trade Center high-rise buildings, accounting for: 1) controlled demolition fall pattern of the towers; 2) thermite found in wreckage; 3) molten pools of metal weeks after collapse; 4) witnesses to the sound of multiple explosions; 5) microspheres of iron in dust.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

  • Solar >
    Thinking outside the square finds light in oven - "What started off as a brainstorming session has resulted in the iJET Solar cell concept that uses low-cost and low-temperature processes, such as ink-jet printing and pizza ovens, to manufacture solar cells inexpensively." (Slashdot) (The Sydney Morning Herald; Aug. 20, 2008)

Friday, August 22, 2008

  • Top 100: Waste to Energy / Diesel > Green Power, Inc. >
    GPI Explains Waste-to-Diesel Process (video) - Last year at a Waste Expo in Atlanta, CEO, Michael Spitzauer and CTO, James Osterloh, gave a brief description of their revolutionary process that turns feedstock municipal waste into high grade diesel fuel, eliminating the need for landfills. They're much further along now. (YouTube; August 20, 2008)

Thursday, August 21, 2008

  • Batteries >
    MIT engineers work toward cell-sized batteries - Forget 9-volts, AAs, AAAs or D batteries: The energy for tomorrow’s miniature electronic devices could come from tiny microbatteries about half the size of a human cell and built with viruses. The technique itself does not involve any expensive equipment, and is done at room temperature. (PhysOrg; Aug. 20, 2008) (MIT Technology Review]; Aug. 21)

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

  • Featured: Nanotechnology >
    Aerogels - This 87-year old technology will improve ultracapacitors by swapping in carbon nanotubes, since they have a extremely high surface area, carbon aerogels are used to create ultracapacitors with values ranging up to thousands of farads. It is already used a a super-insulator and for collecting stardust by NASA. (PESWiki; August 18, 2008)
  • Geothermal >
    A Googol of Heat Beneath Our Feet - Google.org is dedication $10 million to Enhanced Geothermal Systems, or EGS, which harnesses the energy from hot rock deep below the earth's surface, expanding the potential of traditional geothermal energy by orders of magnitude, with the potential to power the world many times over. (YouTube) (Google; Aug. 18, 2008)
  • Current events >
    Dorgan Sponsors Hydrogen Action Summit II at EERC - Advancing the Hydrogen Economy - Action Summit II; September 4 & 5, 2008. Grand Forks, ND. "Hydrogen is ready for deployment and is one of the answers to achieving energy security in the United States. This summit will set a course for hydrogen production and distribution technologies for North Dakota and the overall nation." (EERC; Aug. 11, 2008)

Tuesday, August 19, 2008

  • Featured: Fuel Efficiency >
    Electric Freight Rail 8X More Efficient than Heavy Trucks - Electrifying railroads and transferring half of the ton-miles of trucks to rail could save 6.3% of US oil consumption. Electric railroads, well-proven in other countries, are cheaper to operate and can carry more freight because they accelerate and brake faster (and can generate electricity while braking, saving energy), and have no delays for refueling. (PESWiki; Aug. 13, 2008)
  • Nuclear / Fusion > Cold Fusion >
    American Chemical Society Gives Cold Fusion the Nod - Low-Energy Nuclear Reactions Sourcebook commissioned by ACS is a summary of selected experimental and theoretical research performed over the last 19 years that gives profound and unambiguous evidence for low-energy nuclear reactions (LENR), historically known as cold fusion. (New Energy Times; Aug. 18, 2008)
  • Trends >
    A Foothold For Renewable Power? - The politics and economics of energy are shifting in Colorado in ways that foretell debates across the country as states create renewable-energy mandates and the federal government moves toward limiting carbon emissions. (CBS News; Aug, 18, 2008)
  • Events >
    Sustainable Living Fair - Walla Walla, WA; Sept. 19-20, 2008. Free admission. Topics covered include alternative energy and fuels, a bike-in, building green, energy audits, gardening tips, home weatherization, water conservation, solar options, etc. PES Network will have a booth there.

Monday, Aug. 18, 2008

  • Solar > Installation and Consultation >
    Want Solar? Head to Sam's Club - In California, Wal-Mart or Sam's Club in nine California stores have solar kiosks that hook consumers up with established solar sellers and installers. The kiosks also offer $100 off every kilowatt of installed solar power. Systems usually cost over $10K USD. (EcoGeek; Aug. 15, 2008)
  • Refrigeration >
    A Plastic That Chills - Thin films of a new polymer developed at Penn State change temperature in response to changing electric fields. It could lead to new technologies for cooling computer chips and to environmentally friendly refrigerators.(MIT Technology Review; August 11, 2008)
  • Current events >
    Alternative Energy & Sustainable Living Show - Hillsboro, OR, Sept. 5-7, 2008. Free admission. Topics covered include Electric and Hybrid Cars, BioDiesel, Solar, Wind, Hydroponics, Water Conservation, Green Seal Windows, Gardening, Organic Grocers, Environmentally Responsible Housing. The Ecovan will be there representing PES Network, Inc.

Sunday, August 17, 2008

  • Featured: Air Conditioning >
    Maisotsenko M-Cycle Coolerado - The engineering, design, application and installation of Coolerado's unique air-conditioning systems offer more flexibility and change than the air-conditioning world has seen in decades, using the Maisotsenko Cycle (M-Cycle). (PESWiki; Aug. 14, 2008)
  • Alt. Fuels >
    Airlines push for homegrown jet fuel - The airline industry is aggressively pushing for homegrown alternatives to petroleum-based jet fuel. A coalition that includes the Federal Aviation Administration, airline, manufacturing and airport associations wants standards for a 50 percent synthetic jet fuel approved by the end of 2008. (PhysOrg; August 15, 2008)
  • Trends / Conservation >
    Indonesia to push renewable energy - The president of Indonesia said that stung by high oil prices, his country plans to tap more into renewable energies and change course from a "nation that splurges" to one that saves. (PhysOrg; Aug. 15, 2008)

Saturday, August 16, 2008

  • Electrical Grid / Storage >
    Massive Electricity Storage, Part 2 - The huge size of the U.S. grid with a wide diversity of power generation sources provides stability and minimizes the impact of fluctuating renewable power on the composite system load profile. In comparison, weaker grids, covering isolated areas not connected to major grids, are much more sensitive to, and less able to tolerate, the fluctuating renewable power. (Power Engineering; August 5, 2008)
  • Hydro > Tidal Power >
    France Plans Groundbreaking Tidal Power Experiment - Electricite de France (EDF) has announced that it plans to build a pilot tidal turbine system off Paimpol in Brittany, due to the extremely strong currents. The plan calls for 3 to 6 turbines to be built with capacities between 4 and 6 MW by 2011. (Clean Technica; July 28, 2008)
  • Solar >
    Oregon Builds USA’s First Roadside Solar Energy Project - Near Tualetin, Oregon, a 104 kilowatt solar PV system will consist of nearly 600 solar panels covering 8,000 square feet at the Interstate 5 and 205 interchange. The project will generate 28% of the electricity needed to power the interchange’s lights and signage, costing $1.3 million, and come online around December 2008. (TreeHugger; August 11, 2008)

Friday, August 15, 2008

  • Waste to Energy >
    ReCyclone Transforms Garbage Into Energy - The PowerMaster ReCyclone™ acts like the wind inside a tornado, grinding garbage into tiny pieces. It takes ordinary trash and turns it into energy and reusable power sources like diesel fuel, while reducing landfill space by up the 97%. (NextEnergyNews; Aug. 14, 2008)

Thursday, August 14, 2008

  • Solar > PV >
    More-Efficient Solar Cells - Day4 Energy has developed a new electrode that, together with a redesigned solar-cell structure, allows solar panels to absorb more light and operate at a higher voltage, increasing the efficiency of multicrystalline silicon solar panels from about 14% to nearly 17%. (MIT Technology Review; August 14, 2008)

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

  • Wind >
    Software Predicts Electricity Output for Wind - The Previento system, developed at Oldenburg University in Germany in cooperation with researchers from Denmark's Riso National Laboratory, can predict not only how much electricity a specific wind park in Germany will produce but also the total amount of electricity the 20,000 or so wind parks dotted around the country will generate in the coming days and with a high level of accuracy. (Renewable Energy World; August 11, 2008)
  • Hydrogen >
    The Hydrogen Economy and Peak Platinum - The three major mines that produce platinum are in South Africa, Siberia and the United States. Existing reserves would meet less than 20 per cent of the world's platinum demand if all cars went hydrogen." (The Oil Drum; August 12, 2008)
  • Hydrogen / Fuel Cells >
    Hydrogen Cars Go Cross-Country — With Help From Fossil Fuels - BMW, Daimler, Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai-Kia, Nissan, Toyota and VW have cars making the road trip, and they'll be joined along the way by fuel cell buses run by some of the nation's six transit agencies that use them. Portable fueling stations will keep the cars going when they aren't being ferried on trucks (Wired; August 11, 2008)

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

  • Featured: Fuel Efficiency > Spark Plugs >
    Firestorm Spark Plug - This revolutionary design creates an electric plasma that fills the entire combustion chamber like a firestorm. It allows you to take an internal combustion engine from the standard 14.7:1 air-to-fuel ratio to an incredibly lean 24:1. At this ratio, all the air/fuel mixture is burned much more efficiently without increasing heat, thus giving an engine more power and fuel economy while creating much less pollution. (PESWiki)
  • Engines >
    ICS Motors - ICS MOTORS presents a revolutionary new design Two Stroke Opposite Radial Rotary-Piston Engine (ORPE), which is low weight and small size, high power output, low fuel consumption and environmentally friendly. Implementation of the ORPE with the current automotive technology allegedly could achieve the 100 miles/gallon vision today.
  • Lighting > LEDs >
    $79-Dollar LED Light Bulb - The 7-watt EcoLED white bulb replaces a 75-watt regular bulb. It is said to last 50,000 hours and saves you nearly $350 in electricity over its life while reducing CO2 emissions by nearly 7,000 pounds compared to regular light bulbs. (Better Life Goods; 2007)
  • Alternative Fuels > Ethanol >
    Mexico & Agaves: Moving from Tequila to Ethanol - With a history that stretches well back into pre-Columbian times, certain varieties of the Agave family are beginning to capture the attention of investors and researchers interested in indigenous plants and trees in countries around the world that are not used to produce food and have attributes that make them prospective sources of ethanol. (Renewable Energy World; August 7, 2008)

Monday, August 11, 2008

  • EV / Solar Vehicles >
    Sunmotor Group's Solar Vehicles - Sunmotor Coupe is a green vehicle, powered by solar energy and electricity. PV panels of a Sunmotor Coupe generates more than 300 W electric power output; has a range of 160 miles (250 km) for DX model, or 400 miles (650 km) for EX model. Introduction expected this year.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

  • Featured: Fuel Efficiency > Additives > eeFuel
    eeFuel Gradually Boosts Mileage in 2007 BMW 335i - Ryan Fowler reports an improvement in his mileage on the same stretch of road since he started using the eeFuel additive, beginning with a jump of 5.7%, followed by 8.6%, then 14.0%, and then 17.9% in subsequent test runs in triplicate, as measured by onboard mileage instrumentation provided with the vehicle. (PESWiki; Aug. 6, 2008)

Saturday, August 9, 2008

  • Electrical Grid >
    Massive Electricity Storage, Part 1 - Electricity is generated and consumed instantaneously. Unlike other energy supply systems--oil, natural gas, or coal-–the electricity power grid or the generation plants that supply the grid have essentially no storage or "surge" capacity to smooth out peaks and valleys in demand or to provide reserve capacity during sudden spikes in demand. (23-minute Panel Discussion video) (Power Engineering; August 5, 2008)
  • Flight > Flying Cars / Prizes >
    Centennial Challenges - NASA recognizes that the progress in aeronautics in the early years flight was often driven by prize competitions. The General Aviation Technology Challenge is one of seven current NASA technology prize competitions with total purse of $300,000 for 7 areas for most green, least noise, safest run by the CAFE Foundation. (NASA''; July 28, 2008)

Friday, August 8, 2008 (888)

  • Featured: Plasma / Electromagnetic >
    Phemax Technology's Plasmagnetic Alternator - Patent pending device allegedly generates electricity via plasma arc (Microsun) technology, initiated with low voltage, high current, high temperature, thermally conductive, thorium tungsten / graphite electrodes submerged in water. The resulting syngas runs a Phemax generator, which is said to have 5x amplification capability. (PESWiki; Aug. 7, 2008)
  • Fuel Efficiency > Retrofits >
    SpiralMax® Turbo Exhaust Tube - Reduces back pressure. Spiralled exhaust is automatically tuned to the engine's RPM. Immediate MPG and HP increase. Anyone can install it in seconds, lasts forever. Improved exhaust allows valves to move more freely, better combustion up front. No welding, cuts or drilling. It can be removed for smog tests, avoid hassles and possibility of voiding new vehicle warranty.
  • Engines >
    Agam Energy's 100 MPG, 200 HP Engine - Agam Energy's car engine, based on a two phase (liquid-gas) turbine-like engine, with water ring compressor and liquid ring turbine, allegedly consumes a fifth of the petrol and emits a tenth of the pollution of a standard car.

Thursday, August 7, 2008

  • Flight >
    SpaceShipTwo heading for 2008 test flight - Designed as an environmentally benign space launch system, SpaceShipTwo is the world’s largest, all carbon composite aircraft and will be capable of carrying eight astronauts or other payloads into sub-orbital space flight. (GizMag; August 4, 2008)

Wednesday, Aug. 6, 2008

  • Featured: Ground Source Heat Pumps >
    EarthLinked Technologies Harness Earth Temp - Company has been in the business of installing Ground Source Heat Pumps for nearly two decades. The residential and commercial systems save energy in the winter and summer, drawing from the thermal mass of the earth with their direct geo-exchange technology. ROI is just a few years. (PESWiki; July 18, 2008)
  • Electromagnetic / Engines > Linear Combustion Electromagnetic Engines >
    Free Piston Power Pack - The FP3 is a super-efficient, low-cost electric generator module with exceptional power density. Operation is based on 'free pistons' (unrestrained by con-rods or crank shaft) being driven back and forth inside cylinders by controlled internal combustion. Permanent magnets are attached to these pistons and move through stator coils, thus generating electric power. (Pempek; August 5, 2008)
  • Lighting > OLED >
    OLED Breakthrough: 70 Lumens/Watt! - Researchers at the U. of Michigan and Princeton have allegedly fabricated OLEDs that can produce 70 lumens per watt (compared to 15 lumens per watt for incandescent), using a grid combined with nano-scale micro-lenses 5 micrometers wide. (TreeHugger; July 25, 2008)

Tuesday, August 5, 2008

  • Featured: Engines >
    Interview: Super-Efficient 'Gun' Engine - Canadian inventor, Kazimierz Holubowicz, has come up with an environmentally friendly and transmission-free engine based on the same mechanics as how a bullet is shot from a gun. More recent test results showed a 14% increase in torque while using 10% as much fuel. (FreeEnergyNow; Aug. 4, 2008)
  • Tools >
    ICreateProfits Service Helps Energy Website Development - A great tool for those with websites (energy or otherwise), to help them improve, but especially for those who are contemplating making the plunge, with beginning-to-end resources. Instructive step-by-step videos aid the concise instructions. (ICreateProfits)
  • Wind >
    IQWind's Breakthrough Gear Systems - The IQWind flagship product is a new and unique gear system that solves the variable wind limitation, is more reliable and lighter. It is a mechanical add-on to wind turbines that enables the upgraded turbines to work at much higher efficiency rates.

Monday, August 4, 2008

  • Featured: Solar > Concentrated
    Lateral Aperture Solar Design - "Think of a sheet of glass set out to capture the sunlight; instead of letting the light pass through or reflecting it off somewhere, it captures the light inside the thickness of the pane. It then redirects it toward an edge, or a number of them, where it then emerges at a concentration ratio." (PESWiki; July 23, 2008)
  • Solid State > Thermal Electric >
    Material May Help Autos Turn Heat into Electricity - Researchers have invented a new material that could potentially make cars more efficient by converting heat wasted through engine exhaust into electricity. The researchers say that the material has twice the efficiency of anything currently on the market. (Renewable Energy Worldwide; July 25, 2008)
  • Ethanol >
    Research drives improvements in efficient biofuel processing - Iowa State University project is focused on using fungi to clean up and improve the dry-grind ethanol production process. That process grinds corn kernels and adds water and enzymes. The enzymes break the starches into sugars. The sugars are fermented with yeasts to produce ethanol. (Engineer Live; July 31, 2008)

Sunday, August 3, 2008

  • Nikola Tesla / Conspiracy >
    FBI: We Don't Have Tesla's Death Ray - As part of its centennial celebration, the FBI just released a list of the "Top Ten Myths in FBI History." Myth #10: The FBI has Nikola Tesla's plans for a "death ray." They also allege that they do not spy on innocent Americans. (Wired; July 24,2008)
  • Communities >
    ECOBAY: New Sustainable City for Estonia - Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects won first place in an international competition to create a new sustainable city "Ecobay", set on the Paljassaare Peninsula in Estonia. Situated serenely overlooking the Baltic Sea, the new city will benefit from a diverse portfolio of clean energy sources and will house up to 6,000 citizens as it is completed over the next 15-20 years. (Inhabitat; July 17, 2008)

Saturday, August 2, 2008

Friday, Aug. 1, 2008

  • Hydrogen > Production >
    Hydrogen Fuel from food waste: bacteria provide power - Researchers have combined the efforts of two kinds of bacteria to produce hydrogen in a bioreactor with the product from one providing food for the other. Microbiology Today (PDF) reports an added bonus: leftover enzymes can be used to scavenge precious metals from spent automotive catalysts to help make fuel cells that convert hydrogen into energy. (PhysOrg; July 17, 2008)
  • Electric Vehicles > Electric Cars >
    TH!NK City Debuts in UK - The TH!NK City electric two-seater urban car has a top speed of 65 mph and a range of 126 miles. Charging the batteries from 20% capacity to 80% takes four hours. The first cars have been delivered to Norwegian customers and UK delivery is expected in summer 2009. (Green Car Congress; July 21, 2008)

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