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Tuesday, Sept. 30, 2008

  • Featured / OS: Magnet Motors >
    Achilles Ligeras' Magnetic Engine (ALME) - After building a working prototype, "Archie" is now open sourcing the design here at PESWiki. He claims that his prototype (now broken) reached upwards of 1500 rpm for 45 minutes, and ran continuously at a lower speed for 48 hours. (PESWiki; Sept. 29, 2008)
  • Solar > Solar PhotoVoltaics >
    Efficient, Cheap Solar Cells - Suniva, an Atlanta startup, has made solar cells that convert about 20 percent of the energy in the sunlight that falls on them into electricity. That's up from 17 percent for its previous solar cells and close to the efficiency of the best solar cells on the market. (MIT Technology Review; Sept, 23, 2008)
  • Biofuels >
    Biofuel Market Set To Grow 1,000% - “Agro-fuel" has suddenly become competitive with oil, catapulting it from a backyard business into a global economic phenomenon. Bio-fuels are capturing about $23 billion of the $1.3 trillion spent each year to power vehicles. That’s just two percent of the market, with an astounding 98 percent upside. (EarthToys; October issue, 2008)

Monday, Sept. 29, 2008

  • Store: DIY > Biodiesel > from Algae >
    Making Algae Biodiesel at Home - Downloadable 650-page book provides detailed instructions on how to sustainably produce clean oil from algae -- in your back yard -- enough to supply your transportation and home power needs. This is not a simple, afternoon venture, but a serious, long-term commitment.

Sunday, Sept. 28, 2008

  • Solar > Vehicles >
    UN chief commutes to work aboard solar-powered taxi -The Solartaxi, the brainchild of 37-year-old Swiss engineer Louis Palmer, is currently in New York as part of a worldwide tour that included a stop in Bali, Indonesia, last December for the landmark climate change conference. (Yahoo News; Sept 1, 2008)
  • Building / Academy >
    Green California Academy of Sciences Unveiled! - The Academy is the only institution in the world so far to feature an aquarium, a natural history museum, a living rainforest, a planetarium, and world-class research and education programs - all housed under a 2.5 acre green roof; home to 38,000 live animals. (Inhabitat; Sept. 22, 2008)

Saturday, Sept. 27, 2008

  • Featured: Prizes >
    Google's 10 to the 100th Project Seeks 5 Best Ideas - Google is marking its 10th anniversary by offering 10 million dollars for five of the best world changing ideas. After the submission deadline October 20th, 2008, a Google panel will announce 100 nominees on Jan. 27, 2009, to then be narrowed to 20 via Google user input, then to 5 by a Google board. (PESWiki; Sept. 26, 2008)
  • Energy Efficiency >
    A Quest for an Energy-Efficient House - Preventing energy waste has become a household preoccupation in the era of nearly $4-a-gallon gas and rising prices for everything from airline tickets to milk. Whether motivated by environmental impulses or a desire to reduce utility bills, many Americans are researching ways to create a more energy-efficient home. (Wall Street Journal; Sept. 18, 2008)
  • Solar > Vehicles >
    Samsung Solorean Solar Car (2-part video) - The University of Texas' solar "raycer" features National Instruments' CompactRIO real-time programmable automation controller, making the Samsung Solorean one of the most sophisticated electrical systems in solar car "raycing". (Engineering TV; Sept. 9, 2008)
  • Current events > Solar
    Solar Power International 08 - Solar Power International, Oct. 13-16, San Diego, CA, has established itself as the only "must attend" solar event in the US. It is the largest solar conference and expo in the US, currently by a factor of more than 5, and attracts the widest range of professional attendees. The event also educates consumers through a one-night public opening of the expo hall.

Friday, Sept. 26, 2008

  • Top 100 / Featured: Wind > High Efficiency HAWT >
    Interview: ENECO's Wind Amplified Rotor Platform (WARP) - One-hour interview regarding the WARP design that speeds up the wind with a velocity amplification factor in excess of 1.5 over free wind, resulting in a 4.5-fold increase in power, while not being nearly so visually obtrusive, and having much lower vibration and noise, making it suitable for topping buildings. Projected energy generation cost: $.02 to $.04/kW-h or lower. (FreeEnergyNow; Sept. 22, 2008)
  • Fuel Cells / Hydrogen > Storage >
    Ammonia Borane Could Store Hydrogen for Fuel Cell Vehicles - Tom Autrey from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, has been experimenting with a compound called ammonia borane (AB), which consists of hydrogen, nitrogen and boron – all relatively light elements. When AB is heated, it releases hydrogen gas for use in the fuel cell. When all the AB is “spent”, hydrogen gas can be pumped in to regenerate more. (EcoGeek; Sept. 25, 2008)

Thursday, Sept. 25, 2008

  • Featured: PAC >
    U.S. Senate Passes Energy Bill - A much contested energy bill that would offer the Solar Industry a major boost is closer to being passed into law now that the Senate has made some concessions. H.R. 6049 calls for approximately $18 billion of tax incentives for investment in renewable energy, carbon capture and sequestration demonstration projects, energy efficiency and conservation. (PESWiki; Sept. 25, 2008)

Wednesday, Sept. 24, 2008

  • Wind > High-Efficiency Horizontal Axis >
    Loopwing Personal Wind Turbine - Because there are no blade tips, the Loopwing doesn't have tip vortex effects, and is therefore much quieter. This also reduces vibration, which helps with both noise and extending the life of the turbine and generator. The blade configuration is also responsible for its low start speed. (EcoGeek; April 30, 2007)

Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2008

  • Featured: Electromagnetic >
    Keppean Scalar Motor Demonstration Under Way - The Keppe Motor allegedly requires a quarter as much electricity to generate power as a normal motor -- by capturing scalar energy from the "vacuum" of space. It is named for Brazilian scientist, Norberto Keppe, Ph.D., whose book The New Physics Derived from A Disinverted Metaphysics proposes a spiritual-based direction for our planet's technological philosophy. (PESWIki; Sept. 23, 2008)
  • EVs > eCars >
    Green Eco Mobility - Clean and green transportation gets a new look and feel as GEM, a Chrysler LLC company, introduces the next generation of clean, gas-free and emission-free, battery electric vehicles -- Peapod. Top speed, 25 MPH, 30 mile range, street legal. (YouTube) (PR Newswire for Journalists; Sept. 23, 2008)
  • Solar >
    Oerlikon expects grid parity by 2010 - Oerlikon Solar has said its facilities will achieve grid parity by 2010 in connection with the opening of the company’s new fully-automated thin-film pilot line at Trübbach, Switzerland. (Video) (Renewable Energy Focus; Sept. 8, 2008)
  • Biofuels >
    New Route to Hydrocarbon Biofuels - Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have developed a simple, two-step chemical process to convert plant sugars into hydrocarbon fuels. The compounds created during the process could also be used to make other industrial chemicals and plastics. (MIT Technology Review; Sept. 22, 2008)

Monday, Sept. 22, 2008

  • Top 100: Solar > Inverters >
    Micro-Inverters make solar modular - Enphase Micro-Inverters turn solar panels into modular systems, increasing the energy harvest by 13 to 15 percent. The system includes the micro-inverter, embedded powerline communications and Enlighten — a web-based performance monitoring and analysis tool. (PESWiki; Sept. 22, 2008)
  • Wind >
    Want Your Own Wind Turbine? EcoGeek's Guide - Wind is part of the renewable energy mix, and there certainly are many homes where is is a viable option. For those, the range of options is growing. Besides the propeller turbine, there are a number of other options that are being developed and coming into availability that offer different features and performance that can make them appealing alternatives for some. (EcoGeek; Sept. 11, 2008)
  • Water >
    Water Companies Taking Cue From Nature - When it comes to water technology, nature appears poised to become a major player. Aquaporins sit inside channels in biological cells where water, salts and solids pour in, the aquaporin flips over, ejecting the impurities and allowing fresh water to pass through the cell. (GreenTech Media; Sept. 10, 2008)

Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008

  • Emergency Preparedness / Solar > PV>
    The Solar Stik Portable Power Generator - The Solar Stik™ is a small-scale energy generator that is capable of providing clean, green energy wherever it is needed most. The versatile system takes advantage of both solar and wind turbine technology and is quick to set up, making it perfect for applications ranging from boating and recreation to providing emergency relief and humanitarian aid. (Video) (Inhabitat; Sept. 16, 2008)

Saturday, Sept. 20, 2008

  • Electric Vehicles > Electric Cars >
    Electric cars wait in the wings - Dr. Mike Duke outlines the future of the the UltraCommuter electric car designed and developed at Waikato University that defies all weaknesses previously associated with electric vehicles. It is capable of running on batteries for up to 200km before it requires recharging and reaches speeds between 120kmh and 170kmh. (Manawatu Standard; Sept. 17, 2008)
  • Global Warming >
    A Strategy for Coping with Climate Change - A new multidisciplinary modeling effort concludes that certain tracts of land in California's Sacramento Delta should be abandoned the next time they flood, and that major California water-supply inlets in the area should be rerouted. The study indicates the kind of land-preservation and infrastructure triage that will become increasingly necessary in the face of rising sea levels and climate change. (MI Technology Review; Sept 11, 2008)

Friday, Sept. 19, 2008

  • Biodiesel / Biofuels>
    Flower Power: Run Your Ride on a Wild Weed - What makes stinkweed different than the plethora of other world-saving, game-changing biofuels that came before it, is farmers can't help but grow it. When executives from Innovation Fuels asked farmer Brian Ziehm about growing an acre of stinkweed on his property, he was dumbfounded. "It was like, 'What the heck? I've been trying to get rid of these things for 30 years. Now you want me to plant them?" (Wired; Sept. 16, 2008)
  • Electric Vehicles > Plug-Ins >
    Is GM's Volt Ready to Roll? - General Motors (GM) unveiled the production design of its Chevrolet Volt electric vehicle as part of its 100th-anniversary celebration. But significant hurdles remain before the car can start rolling off assembly lines, chief among them the need for continued development of the car's main battery pack. (MIT Technology Review; Sept. 18, 2008)

Thursday, Sept. 18, 2008

Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2008

  • Storage > Capacitors >
    Nanoflowers Improve Ultracapacitors - Imagine a cell-phone battery that recharges in a few seconds and that you would never have to replace. Ultracapacitors can store only about 5 percent as much energy as lithium-ion batteries. An advance by researchers at the Research Institute of Chemical Defense, in China, could boost ultracapacitors' ability to store energy. (MIT Technology Review; Sept. 16, 2008)
  • Electric Cars > Plug-ins >
    High-tech vehicles growing more common - "This is really happening -- now. Electric vehicles are finally hitting the mainstream," said Dan Davids, who owns a modified Prius and became the first person in the state of Washington with a hybrid Prius, so the car runs on electricity only. (Seattle PI; Sept. 9, 2008)

Tuesday, Sept. 16, 2008

  • Featured: Magnet Motors / Gravity Motors / Electromagnetic >
    Lee-Tseung Lead Out Theory - Theory predicts that both gravitational and electron motion energy can be lead out via pulse force at resonance on oscillating, vibrating, rotating or flux change systems. The ideal pulse force for a simple pendulum can be thought of as the pull applied perpendicular to the arc of motion when the pendulum bob is at the maximum displaced position. (PESWiki; Sept. 16, 2008)
  • Vortex Tech / Water >
    Watreco Vortex Generator - Building on nature’s own principles, Vortex Process Technology (VPT) used in the Vortex generator, builds on water’s own natural movement. The Vortex generator sets the water in a considerable swirl that changes its internal properties, purifying the water. ("In Harmony with Nature" PDF) (Watreco; Sept 14, 2008)
  • Turbines > River Energy >
    Oxford Unveils Next-Gen Underwater Turbines - A group of engineers at Oxford have been tinkering away on a design that promises to be even more powerful and efficient and recently introduced an innovative Transverse Horizontal Axis Water Turbine (THAWT) that will not only collect more energy, but require 60% lower manufacturing costs and 40% lower maintenance costs. (Inhabitat; Sept. 10, 2008)

Monday, Sept. 15, 2008

  • Featured: Magnet Motors > V-Track
    George Soukup's V-Track Rotary Magnet Motor - German inventor presents what appears to embody the V-track magnet accelleration model into rotating motion -- something that many have unsuccessfully attempted. What is not clear is whether his model achieves acceleration, or even constant speed. Can it handle a load? (PESWiki; Sept 15, 2008)
  • Hydrogen > Production / Storage >
    Nanonets Snare Energy - Researchers at Boston College say a new material could cheaply convert sunlight into hydrogen. Nanonets are two-dimensional branching structures, with materials made of titanium disilicide that split hydrogen and oxygen via visible light, absorbing or releasing hydrogen, depending on the temperature. (MIT Technology Review; Sept. 10, 2008)
  • Solar / Building >
    Solar Roofing Materials - United Solar Ovonic has teamed with CENTRIA to create a metal roof system that generates electricity from sunlight more cost-effectively. The partnership offers seven different prefabricated systems, ranging in capacity from 3 to 120 kilowatts. Tests show that the solar roof panels are rugged and can withstand winds in excess of 160 miles per hour. (MIT Technology Review; Sept. 12, 2008)
  • Hydrogen Vehicle >
    Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell Wins 2008 Green Car Vision Award - The Chevrolet Equinox Fuel Cell has been honored with "Green Car Journal’s" Green Car Vision Award™. Featuring General Motors’ fourth-generation fuel cell propulsion system, the Chevy Equinox Fuel Cell won out over fellow nominees including the BMW Hydrogen 7, Honda FCX Clarity, Phoenix Electric SUT, and Toyota Prius Plug-In. (GreenCar.com)

Sunday, September 14, 2008

  • Lighting >
    Levon Light - Leif Levon's environmentally friendly inductive light. No batteries. It operates on ambient superfluous light during the day and induction technology when the light is too dim. (PESWiki; Sept 13, 2008)
  • Superconductors / Magnets >
    Superconductivity can induce magnetism - Andrea Bianchi, a professor in the Department of Physics at the Université de Montréal, and his colleagues show that, contrary to previous belief, superconductivity can induce magnetism, which has raised a new quantum conundrum. (PhysOrg; Sept, 11, 2008)
  • Conventional Renewable Energy >
    'African Renewable Energy Gains Attention - Sub-Saharan Africa could provide more than 170 gigawatts of additional power-generation capacity -- more than double the region's current installations -- through 3,200 "low-carbon" energy projects, such as combined heat-and-power, biofuels production, mass transportation, and energy efficiency, according to a World Bank report. (WorldWatch Institute; Sept. 10, 2008)

Saturday, September 13, 2008

  • Geothermal >
    5 Ways Geothermal Power is Heating Up Around the World - Geothermal power is the poor cousin of higher profile renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power. It doesn’t seem to be a question of geothermal’s potential, but its amount of publicity. Here’s a roundup of what’s heating up in geothermal power around the world. (TreeHugger; Sept. 3, 2008)
  • Biofuels >
    Oil Seed Rape Grown For Biofuel Can Help Clean Up Toxic Soils - Using plants to help clean up heavily polluted soils has been successfully tested for many years and shown to be a cheap and environmentally friendly way to clear heavy metals such as arsenic, copper, zinc and chromium from contaminated land. Researchers in Ireland are combining heavy metal tolerant bacteria with plants used to make biofuels such as oil seed rape. (ScienceDaily; Sept. 10, 2008)

Friday, September 12, 2008

  • Featured: Oil / Conspiracy >
    Sex, Drugs, and Rockin' Oil - Are we surprised to find out that the U.S. government employees who oversee offshore oil drilling turn out to be literally and figuratively 'in bed' with the oil industry? A compilation of news stories about this scandal. (PESN; Sept. 11, 2008)
  • Methane >
    Chemists create powdered methane - According to a report in Nature News, researchers at the University of Liverpool, UK, have found that they can trap methane in a bizarre material dubbed dry water, a mixture of silica and water that looks and acts like a fine white powder. (Top News; Sept. 4, 2008) (Thanks Adrian)
  • Wind >
    Five Weird-Ass Wind Turbines - Here are a few of the more radical designs for wind-capturing devices out there. The huge, the odd, and the ingenious. A look at the Maglev, the Aerogenerator, the Magenn, the Flo-Design, and a rotating tower. (EcoGeek; Sept. 7, 2008)
  • Ethanol >
    Sweet Potato Out-Yields Corn In Ethanol Production Study - In experiments, sweet potatoes grown in Maryland and Alabama yielded two to three times as much carbohydrate for fuel ethanol production as field corn grown in those states, Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists report. (Science Daily; Aug. 28, 2008)

Thursday, September 11, 2008

  • Fuel Efficiency > Vehicles > Plug-Ins >
    100-mpg plug-in hybrids popping up in US - A handful of smaller companies have begun taking the energy crisis into their own hands. By retrofitting hybrids like the Toyota Prius with a second battery pack, they´re converting these cars into hybrid plug-ins that can recharge from a wall outlet and drive a short commute on all electric power. (PhyOrg; Sept. 10, 2008)
  • Wind >
    Aerogenerator turbine sets sail for a greener future - The Aerogenerator is an egg-whisk-shaped Darrieus wind turbine will be built for off-shore installation by aeronautical engineer David Sharpe. It is projected to be capable of generating up to 9 megawatts of electricity. (Guardian.uk; Jan. 29, 2008)

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

  • Top 100 / Featured: Wind > Horizontal >
    FloDesign Wind Turbine Mimics Jet Turbine - FloDesign is working on a wind turbine concept that could potentially be at least twice as efficient as traditional rotor blade turbines, which force air around them instead of through them. First prototype will be 12 feet in diameter and produce 108 kW power. (PESWiki; Sept. 9, 2008)
  • Ethanol >
    Better Bug to Make Cellulosic Ethanol -New genetically modified bacteria could slash the costs of producing ethanol from cellulosic biomass. The microbes produce ethanol at higher temperatures than are possible using yeast, which is currently employed to ferment sugar into the biofuel. (MIT Technology Review; Sept . 9, 2008)

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

  • Fuel Cells >
    Acumentrics Fuel Cell for Distributed Power Generation - Acumentrics Corporation 5kW tubular fuel cell system (Model 5000) has exceeded 10,500 hours of operation to become the longest-running small scale solid oxide fuel cell (SOFC) system, and has received a $15.6 million DOE award to continue advancement of the technology. (Acumentrics; Sept. 8, 2008)

Monday, September 8, 2008

  • Fuel Efficiency Vehicles >
    The 65 mpg Ford the U.S. Can't Have - Ford's 2009 Fiesta ECOnetic goes on sale in November, but the company will sell the little fuel sipper only in Europe. "We know it's an awesome vehicle," says Ford America President Mark Fields. "But there are business reasons why we can't sell it in the U.S." (BusinessWeek; Sept 4, 2008)
  • Wind > Offshore >
    Wind Power May Gain Footing Off Coast of U.S. - The offshore-wind race is centered on the Northeast. In June, an electricity producer and a wind-energy developer in Delaware signed a contract for a project of some 67 turbines to be built about 11.5 miles off the state's coast. (Wall Street Journal; Sept. 3, 2008)

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Saturday, September 6, 2008

  • Featured: Suppression / Ocean Wave Energy >
    Disappearance of Stefan Nystrom: Martyr or Monster? - On Wednesday, an article at Rense.com stating that Stefan Nystrom, who was involved in an ocean wave energy technology that allegedly could have provided electricity cleanly at 5% the cost of fossil-based power, appears to have disappeared suddenly under suspicious circumstances, and may even have been killed. (PESWiki; Sept. 5, 2008)
  • Current events >
    Austin Energy AltCar Expo & Conference - On October 17 to 18, 2008, in Austin, TX, will be held a gathering of experts and exhibits promoting eco-friendly automotive technology, where Seminars will address topics ranging from exploring cleaner fuel technologies to reducing air pollution.

Friday, September 5, 2008

  • Magnet Motors > Steorn >
    'Free energy' firm generated €8m in funding - Steorn, the controversial Irish company which claims to have defied the basic laws of physics by developing "free energy" technology, secured over €8m in funding from a range of investors to continue its research in 2006, the Sunday Tribune has learned. (Sunday tribune; Aug. 10, 2008)
  • Solar > Concentrated >
    Intensifying the Sun - Marc Baldo's glass sheets act as waveguides, channeling light in the same way that fiber-optic cables transmit optical signals over long distances. [This concentrator technology is very early in its development. Adding this extra layer results in lower total output, not more.] (TechTV.MIT Video (MIT Technology Review; Sept. - Oct. 2008)
  • Wind > Wind Farms >
    Wind Turbine Overspeed Failure Video Collection - The braking system failed in the Vesta Wind Turbine, while 2 technicians worked in the turret in the top of the 10-year old fiberglass tower and were able to get out before the collapse near Hornslet, Denmark in February 2008. (PESWiki)

Thursday, September 4, 2008

  • Methanol >
    Gas Technologies LLC - Company converts methane into methanol in a single step with the GasTechno® process, obtaining higher efficiencies through an integrated recycle and an innovative reactor design. (GasTechno; Sept. 1, 2008)
  • Solar > Inverters >
    Satcon Introduces 1 Megawatt Photovoltaic Inverter - Satcon, a leading provider of utility scale distributed power solutions for the renewable energy market, announced that they are taking orders for their PowerGate™Plus 1 megawatt (MW) commercial PV inverter system, designed with advanced features for large scale utility installations. (BusinessWire; Sept, 3, 2008)
  • Solar / Batteries / Classifieds >
    Recent Requests for Proposals from NineSigma - 1) Low Solar Heat Gain Treatment for Polycarbonate, can be effected by either a coating, film, integral additive, or surface treatment to polycarbonate; 2) Modeling Heat Generation in Li-Ion Battery Packs; 3) Thermal Management of Li-Ion Batteries. [Deadline: October 03, 2008]

Wednesday, September 3, 2008

  • Top 100: Batteries > A123 Systems >
    Ric Fulop, 33 Wins TR35 2008 Young Innovator Award - Ric Fulop helped negotiate a deal with Black and Decker to supply batteries for the power-tool market. In 2006, partly on the strength of the com pany's success in reliably producing millions of battery cells a year for power tools, Fulop and his partners persuaded GM to give A123 a chance. (MIT Technology Review; Sept. 1, 2008)
  • Solar > Solar Vehicles
    Joe Blake's Solar Trike - "On the flat with no wind, the motor will drive the outfit to 24 km/h. The motor has sufficient capacity to enable me to ride up the hill one or even two gears higher than I normally do". (Wired; Sept. 1, 2008)

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

  • Featured: Hydrogen Storage / H Boosting >
    Hrein Energy Dehydrogenation System - Hrein Energy Inc. is striving for commercialization of a storage system for wind power-derived hydrogen -- a method utilizing organic hydride as a high-efficiency high-density storage media for hydrogen obtained from renewable energies (such as wind power generation) through water electrolysis equipment. (PESWiki; Aug,27, 2008)

Monday, September 1, 2008

  • Featured: Thermionic Generators / Homopolar Generators >
    Rotating Thermionic Generator - Rotating Thermionic Generators rely upon centrifugal force to create a biased electron flow by lowering the work function of the Emitter to a fraction of a volt. Philip Hardcastle believes that this design could provide all the energy needs of the World, just from the heat in ambient air. (PESWiki; Aug. 28, 2008)
  • Waste to Energy > Biomass >
    Nexterra raises C$3.8M for biomass gasification - Nexterra claims their biomass gasification syngas can displace at least 60 percent of fossil fuel use in lime kilns; an even greater share of fossil fuels — 95 percent and, in some cases, up to 100 percent — could be displaced in pulp mills and many types of boilers, depending on the biomass feedstocks and system configurations. VentureBeat; Aug. 30, 2008)
  • Nuclear / Suppression >
    The 1 and only solution to America's energy problem - Author asserts that there are no resource limitations, technological limitations or geopolitical reasons for the current energy shortages and high prices. These shortages and prices are solely the result of taxation, regulation and litigation that have stifled American energy-producing industries. (Thanks Susan Carter) (WorldNetDaily; Aug. 27, 2008)

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