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Monday, January 31, 2011

  • Events / Cold Fusion >
    Cold fusion turns hot, city to host meet - The 16th cold fusion research conference will be held in the city from February 6 to 11. Called the International Conference on Condensed Matter Nuclear Science, the meet is being organised for the first time in India. Nearly 100 international and 50 Indian scientists are expected to take part. (Times of India; January 25, 2011)

Sunday, January 30, 2011

  • Featured / OS: Gravity Motors >
    Mikhail Dmitriev Gravity Wheel - This Russian inventor has been developing gravity-based power systems for years and says that the design has been widely replicated in Russia, even powering some houses. He says he has posted all necessary information to build the device, in which a small amount of power input generates much greater power output. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; January 30, 2011)
  • Featured: Conspiracy > Bohemian Grove > Alex Jones >
    History Channel on Bohemian Grove Decoded - On January 28, 2011, the History Channel aired a show by Brad Meltzer and the "Decoded" team about the Bohemian Grove in California, cloaked by the Redwood forest and very serious security for this extension of the Skull and Bones life-long fraternity of Yale – the modern equivalent of pirates with suits and ties, who are among the world's elite. (PESWiki and BeforeItsNews; January 30, 2011)

Saturday, January 29, 2011

  • Solar / Water / Alt Fuels >
    New Reactor Paves The Way For Efficiently Producing Fuel From Sunlight - Using a common metal most famously found in self-cleaning ovens, Sossina Haile hopes to change our energy future. The metal is cerium oxide-or ceria-and it is the centerpiece of a promising new technology developed by Haile and her colleagues that concentrates solar energy and uses it to efficiently convert carbon dioxide and water into fuels. (Energy Daily; January 21, 2011)

Friday, January 28, 2011

Thursday, January 27, 2011

  • Fuel Efficiency > Hydraulics >
    Chrysler announces development of hydraulic hybrid technology for cars - Chrysler has announced a partnership with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to design and develop an experimental hydraulic hybrid powertrain (storing energy from braking and the engine into hydraulic pressure) suitable for use in large passenger cars and light-duty vehicles, with the aim of having a demonstration minivan sometime during 2012. (Gizmag; January 26, 2011)

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

  • Fuel Efficiency > Vehicles > Gasoline >
    Volkswagen to unveil 261 mpg XL1 prototype in Qatar - Volkswagen will unveil a vehicle at the Qatar Motor Show this week that, according to the company, consumes only 0.9 liter of gasoline at every 100 km (261 mpg), surpassing the vision dreamed in 2000 of creating a practical everyday use production car with a fuel consumption of 1.0 liter per 100 km, accomplished in 2002. (Gizmag; January 25, 2011)

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

  • Alt Fuels > Ammonia >
    The power to move... out of thin air (link fixed) - John Fleming of Texas Tech U. has invented a $200 electrolyzer that he uses to generate hydrogen from water, which he combines with nitrogen from air, to make ammonia using a compression and decompression system. Ammonia is an energy-dense fuel which can power a smaller engine compared to conventional. He claims 76% efficiency on the electrolyzer and a final fuel cost of $1.00 per gallon! (NZ Herald; December 11, 2010)

Monday, January 24, 2011

  • Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi >
    Italian scientists claim to invent cold fusion - (A fairly decent overview of the main points, but leans heavy on the skeptical tone, and exhibits an obvious lack of appreciation of the extensive science behind the field in general. But at least they covered it -- something very few news agencies are doing, yet; the previous one being Discovery two days ago.) (; January , 2011)

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Friday, January 21, 2011

  • Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi >
    Cold Fusion Claims Resurface - Discovery's coverage of the Italian breakthrough is even more pathetic that Popular Science, saying "Pons and Fleischmann ... remain adamant that their research was valid, though no one has been able to reproduce their findings"; when it has been reproduced roughly 17,000 times. Mainstream publications are digging their grave by such ridiculous idiocy. (Discovery; January 21, 2011)

Thursday, January 20, 2011

    Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion > Rossi >

    Italian scientists claim to have demonstrated cold fusion - Italian scientists Andrea Rossi and Sergio Focardi announced that they developed a cold fusion device capable of producing 12,400 W of heat power with an input of just 400 W. Last Friday, the scientists held a private invitation press conference in Bologna, attended by about 50 people, where they demonstrated what they claim is a nickel-hydrogen fusion reactor. (PhysOrg; January 20, 2011)
  • Trends / Wind / Solar >
    Study claims 100 percent renewable energy possible by 2030 - New research has shown that it is possible and affordable for the world to achieve 100 percent renewable energy by 2030, if there is the political will to strive for this goal. It would entail building around four million 5 MW wind turbines, 1.7 billion 3 kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic systems, and around 90,000 300 MW solar power plants. (PhysOrg; January 19, 2011)

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

  • Featured / Best Exotic FE: Nuclear > Cold Fusion >
    Directory: Andrea A. Rossi Cold Fusion Generator - Feature page at PESWiki for collecting material from around the web regarding Italian inventor, Andrea Rossi's energy amplifier, which produces useful power from the apparent fusion of hydrogen and nickel into copper at relatively low temperatures and pressures. They claim to be going into production with a 10 kW industrial product that is reliable, safe, and cheap. (PESWiki; January 17, 2011)
  • Storage > Batteries / EVs >
    New Materials Could Double Chevy Volt Battery Capacity - The Chevy Volt is set to become even more appealing as GE announced it is working on a new generation of batteries with double the energy-storage capacity. GM’s licensed battery-electrode materials developed at Argonne National Laboratory (a U.S. Department of Energy lab) use mixed-metal oxides that not only increase storage capacity, but improve the safety and durability of car batteries. (Inhabitat; January 17, 2011)
  • Conspiracy >
    Assange's Motive is to Take Down US says Numbers Lady - While most in the alternative media see Assange in more of a heroic light, for bringing dark things to our attention; numerologist, Glenys McCants, says that his driving motives are not heroic, but rather that he is a troublemaker, trying to embarrass the US and hopefully even bring it down. (BeforeItsNews; January , 2011)

Monday, January 17, 2011

  • Nature > Earth Changes >
    New Term "Atmospheric Rivers" Tells of Shifting Ocean and Jet Stream Currents - A recent article published January 15th by NOAA speaks of a super-storm threat to California. Scientists say a plausible super-storm that could devastate California would be fed by an "atmospheric river" moving water at the same rate as 50 Mississippi rivers. It is driven by a large coronal hole on the Sun that has opened up releasing large amounts of charged particles. (EarthChangesMedia; January 16, 2011)

Sunday, January 16, 2011

  • Fuel Efficiency > Vehicles > Flight >
    NASA Unveils Passenger Plane Designs for 2025 - NASA recently asked the three of the largest airplane companies in the US to come up with a design that would fit a very specific criteria. This project hoped to create a full-functioning plane by the year 2025 that would not only use significantly less fuel, but be cleaner and quieter and be able to fly up to 85 percent of the speed of sound, cover a range of approximately 7,000 miles; and carry up to 100,000 pounds of payload. (Inhabitat; January 14, 2011)

Saturday, January 15, 2011

  • Trends / EVs > Electric Cars >
    VIDEO: Inhabitat Sees Green at the 2011 Detroit Auto Show! - 2011 seems to be the year of the electric car! From super-sexy electric race cars (from Porsche), to a retina-searing electric yellow sports cars (from Mercedes), to practical electric commuter cars (like the Ford Focus EV and Ford C-MAX Hybrid), nearly every major car manufacturer at the Detroit Auto Show this year unveiled a new electric car or a new hybrid. (Inhabitat; January 15, 2011)

Friday, January 14, 2011

  • Storage > Capacitors >
    New Lithium-Ion Ultracapacitor Can Charge Tools In Under 60 Seconds - New York-based company Ioxus has developed a new type of lithium ion ultracapacitor that can potentially deliver large amounts of energy in a small amount of time. This makes them ideal for items that require large amounts of power for acceleration, energy capture, or ‘high power application’ – such as power tools. (Inhabitat; January 13, 2011)
  • Nature / Global Warming >
    It has begun.. Arctic Apocalypse - Whatever the cause, world climates are going nuts, with 1000-year storms back to back across the planet. While some areas have record lows, the arctic has been unusually warm, spelling disaster as the ice caps thin. Ice cubes left outside in the Arctic on January 4, 2011 melted. Collection of info says we are now at the tipping point. (BeforeItsNews; January 8, 2011)

Thursday, January 13, 2011

  • Feature: Donate to PES Network / Green Power Inc. >
    Hopefully last call for donations - I thought by now that we at PES would never again need to pass the hat because of all the incredible things happening in the free energy sector. Oh so close, but not quite there yet. Meanwhile, we really appreciate your contributions. We know this is a challenging time for everyone. A special thanks to all you who are chipping in to help. (PESN; January 13, 2011)
  • Waste to Energy > GPI >
    Green Power seeks new lease in Pasco - Port of Pasco commissioners on Tuesday were skeptical of a claim by Green Power owner Michael Spitzauer that "things are different this time." The commissioners called a special meeting to hear a proposal from Spitzauer, whose company was evicted in September from property it leased at the port, to cut a new deal for a six-month, prepaid lease. (The News Tribune; and Tri-City Herald; WA; January 12, 2011)

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

  • Solar / Nanotech > R&D >
    MIT: Get Lots of Solar Energy in a Little Light - Researchers at MIT will use a way to concentrate sunlight so they can get a more powerful solar energy -- up to 100 times than current traditional photovoltaic cells. They use a solar funnel with carbon nanotubes - hollow tubes made of carbon atoms to capture and focus light energy. The drawback is the price of carbon nanotubes. (Solar Energy Utilize; January 11, 2011)

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

  • Coal >
    Australian floods may send coal prices soaring - Epic floods sweeping Australia could seriously limit the world's coal supplies, driving up prices and raising inflationary pressures throughout the global economy. The huge northeastern state of Queensland, now largely under water, provides half the world's needs for coking coal used in the steel-making industry. (Energy Daily; January 5, 2011)

Monday, January 10, 2011

  • Featured: Conspiracy > Suppression >
    Power Addiction and Co-Dependency - The powers that be are on the late stages of addiction, becoming ever more blatant in their power grab. And the co-dependent slaves are likewise becoming more egregious in making excuses for and covering up for their masters. The unraveling economic meltdown is the collective hitting the wall. Can we intercede? (PESN; January 10, 2011)
  • Human Powered > Kinetic > Step Action >
    nPower PEG Charges Your Gadgets as You Walk - The nPower® PEG is the world’s 1st charger for hand-held electronics that captures and stores the kinetic energy you generate while walking, running, or biking. The science behind the technology is based on the Faraday Principle and Einstein's Special Theory of Relativity, receving multiple patents, yet is simple to use. (Inhabitat; January 5, 2011)

Sunday, January 9, 2011

  • Featured: Anti-Gravity >
    Historical Gravity Engineering - Control of gravity is commonly held to be a technology of the future. Tim Harwood M.A. , a specialist technology historian, believes the answers once again lie in the past. The technology has been deliberately withheld, because in the past humanity abused the power that comes with gravity control. (PESWiki; January 9, 2011)
  • Free Energy > Videos >
    The new FreeEnergy.TV site is live! - It's ready for you good folks to start posting your favourite Free Energy clips to. It's easy to add your favourite YouTube clips: just login, post the URL, a short description, etc and new clips will appear on the front page in date order. Or upload a never-before-seen clip. (FreeEnergyTruth; January 8, 2011)

Saturday, January 8, 2011

Friday, January 7, 2011

  • Wind >
    Massive Energy-Generating Wind Tower Proposed for Japan - Japan-based ZENA Systems is developing a new type of wind energy generator that will dwarf anything before it. The 50 meter-tall hexagonal building essentially acts as a huge scoop that compresses wind from all directions and then runs the rushing air through a series of ground-based generators. (Inhabitat; January 6, 2011)
  • Wireless Transmission >
    GM Invests in Wireless Charging Technology - GM announced it is investing $5 million in PowerMat, which uses inductive charging, transmitting electricity via magnets without any actual, physical connection. The PowerMat will be placed on the center console in the front and there will be a mat placed for the rear passengers too. (Gas 2.0; January 6, 2011)

Thursday, January 6, 2011

  • Solar > Thin Film > Dye Sensitized >
    Oxford develops affordable thin-film solar tech - An innovative OU (Oxford University) company has developed new solar cell technology that is manufactured from cheap, abundant, non-toxic and non-corrosive materials and can be scaled to any volume. Oxford PV predicts that manufacturing costs will be around 50% less than the current lowest-cost thin film technology. (PhysOrg; January 6, 2011)

Wednesday, January 5, 2011

  • Radio / Organizations > WITTS >
    Live WITTS Show Wednesday Nights, 10PM ET - The eccentric company that claims some 100 free energy technologies writes: "As a friend of WITTS, you are invited to tune in to the weekly live video broadcast..., including a live Q&A session (so bring your questions). An archive of the show will be posted." (PESWiki; January 4, 2011)

Tuesday, January 4, 2011

  • Magnets > Vulnerabilities >
    Undermining China's Monopoly on Rare Earth Elements - Molycorp has secured the permits and funding needed to restart production at a mine in Mountain Pass, California, that would become the first U.S. source of rare earth elements in more than a decade. The mine is one of the world's richest deposits of these elements, which are critical for making components found in a wide range of technologies. (MIT Technology Review; December 22, 2010)

Monday, January 3, 2011

Sunday, January 2, 2011

  • Solar > PV > R&D >
    Solar powered microchips put batteries in the shade - In a new, more efficient approach to solar powered microelectronics, researchers in China have produced a microchip which directly integrates photovoltaic cells. What sets this device apart is that high-efficiency solar cells are placed straight onto the electronics, producing self-sufficient, low-power devices which are highly suitable for industrial serial production and can even operate indoors. (GizMag; December 30, 2010)

Saturday, January 1, 2011

  • Trends / Zeitgeist / Fuel Efficiency / EVs >
    Top 5 Green Transportation Trends of 2010 - For green transportation, 2010 marked the real and true beginning of fundamental changes in the way people get around. Here are five stories about new ground broken in green transportation, including 1) re-arrival of electric car; 2) racing going green; 4) 40 mpg becoming the norm; 5) shipping getting cleaner.(Gas 2.0; December 31, 2010)



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