Pump-free design for flow battery could offer advantages in cost and simplicity

    The flow battery has many advantages over other battery technologies. It also has an  Achilles heel in having to have pumps and electronic switching and management systems. This adds to capital and operational cost. This new design idea may eliminate many of those...
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    Bacterium inhales carbon dioxide and hydrogen and excretes fuel alcohols

    Harvard Chemist Daniel Nocera has announced during a lecture at the Energy Policy Institute in Chicago, that he and his colleagues have engineered a bacterium that has made it capable of taking in carbon dioxide and hydrogen, and excreting several types of alcohol...
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    Wasif Kahloon’s Magnet Motor: Scam ?

      This story is both sad and intriguing. Ken likes me to write in a manner where we let people make up there own mind. I would like to see everyone's opinion on this but I am calling it a bust based on discussions and evidence that has come to light in the last...
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    Electric Car Charge In 5 Minutes And Cell Phone In 30 Seconds

    These are the claims being made by a startup company. My question is how thick are those jumper leads ? A promise has been by Israeli nanotech firm StoreDot that within a year it will be able to recharge an electric vehicle in five minutes has gained some true...
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    Every House Should Have a Nuclear Reactor

    According to Taylor Wilson a safe nuclear reactor for everyone (at neighborhood level at least) is possible. Only needing refueling every 30 years this could be a real solution and a complementary energy to solar and other renewable's. This is a Ted talk form earlier...
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    China’s First Hybrid Supercar Concept claims 2000km Range

    A new Chinese R&D business that has developed what it calls Turbine-Recharging Electric Vehicle (TREV) technology. The company wants TREV to be the solution for next-generation electric vehicles because they say the tech the ability to deliver unprecedented range...
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    Soda-lime glass creates high electron density in graphene

    Despite being heralded as a breakthrough "wonder material," graphene has been slow to leap into commercial, industrial products and processes. Scientists have developed a simple and powerful method for creating resilient, customized, and high-performing graphene:...
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    QEG Part 2

      As I await an answer to an email I sent offering to go to Taiwan and test the device, I thought the following information would be of interest to our readers. First and foremost is the unveiling of the device to the world in London as per the following...
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    Electric Aviation Takes Another Leap

        The GreenWing  eSpyder Aircraft Kits Realeased for Sale   Electric aviation takes another leap. The GreenWing International Electric aircraft company GreenWing International has announced the release of its first 50 eSpyder single-seat electric...
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    Nanoparticle Fast Charging Batteries

    A new electrode design for lithium-ion batteries has been shown to potentially reduce the charging time from hours to minutes by replacing the conventional graphite electrode with a network of tin-oxide nanoparticles.   Batteries have two electrodes, called an...
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    Mangoes for coal: China colliery’s green revolution

    In a subtropical Chinese county that once made most of its money from coal mining, a thriving mango business is leading the fight against overcapacity. Everyone thought Sun Shaolun was crazy when he was decided to sell a coal mine that brought him 10 million yuan...
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    Sunvault Energy Graphene based Supercapacitor

    Sunvault Energy recently displayed the ability to 3D print device parts, which can significantly reduce manufacturing costs. They predict it will be below $50 USD per Kilowatt Hour or one thrid of the new Tesla battery SUNVAULT ENERGY INC. was recently at the Wall...
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    Funding for Cleantech Entrepreneurs

    I am often asked about funding energy projects, i will feature time to time articles about different funding models. This is one forum  that has raised billions for cleantech startups for 20 years  Over the course of two days, 30 cleantech entrepreneurs made their...
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    LENR: Has the E-Cat has been replicated? Not everyone agrees

    The following story appeared on the An Impossible Invention Website (see link). The site is for the book published by Mats Lewan which we have reviewed previously (I highly recommend it) Mats Lewan is a technology and science journalist, author and speaker. He works...
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    Japan Homeowners Pull Away From Grid

      In the Face of Fukushima a  Japanese law passed after the nuclear disaster  to encourage alternative energy.It requires utilities to buy any power a home or business generates beyond its own needs. Utilities must pay around 35 cents a kilowatt hour for solar...
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    ECO-GEN JouleBox™ Hybrid Generator

    ECO-GEN JouleBox™ Hybrid Generator

    We have covered this before.  I recently received an email with a link to video asking for an updated review. The original stories:  http://revolution-green.com/perpetual-energy-lcc/ http://revolution-green.com/netzero-power-generators-or-deja-vu/   The Claim...

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