NASA Research Yields New, Powerful and Green Fuel

    Hydrazine has been the fuel of choice for many aeronautics and astronautics applications for many decades. It is immensily powerful and has many other – industrial – applications. Unfortunately, hydrazine is also highly toxic and dangerously unstable unless handled in...
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    Flow Battery Without the Toxins

    SEAS research team removes toxins from flow battery, making it safer, cost-effective Many of the battery technologies built to date have a rather large drawback of using very toxic ingredients. This is a welcome development for flow battery technology from Harvard. A...
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    Carbon Nanotube Windings for Electric Motors

    Engineers of LUT have constructed the world’s first electrical motor applying a textile material; carbon nano tube yarn.   The presently most electrically conductive carbon nanotube yarn replaces usual copper wires in the windings. The motor prototype is...
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    The benefit of negativity

    We tend to get accused of being negative about the latest free energy inventions. This is really more of an indictment on the lack of understanding of the engineering process than anything else. Since quite a lot of the people who comment here are involved in actually...
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    Eric Dollard: The Interviews

        Eric Dollard has received a lot of press lately on other news sites delving into personal and business partnership issues. We have a policy of not foccusiing on these issues as they distract form Eric’s work.  Agree or disagree with Eric,s...
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    NOCA Clean Energy Magnetic Power Generator update: believe it or not

    We have had an update on this story from Collin H Haughton the promoter of the technology. It is always important we report fairly and give all sides to any story and technology, no matter our own opinion. Colin has kindly taken the time to respond to some of our...
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    Availability and Resiliency: Japan’s Local Energy Providers Turn to Distributed Generation

      By April next year Japan plans to break up 60-odd years of regional monopolies, including electricity generation. Hundreds of companies in Japan have already signed up in order to form cooperatives selling electricity for commercial consumers who have a demand...
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    Building better batteries with mutilated viruses

    While the website is having problems I will post up some interesting news articles f that have been forwarded to me. Thanks Richard for this Gem. It may be a couple of years old but I find crossing the boundaries of science disciplines may open up new frontiers, By...
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    Bedini-Lindemann 2013 conference June 28-30

        Our good friend Zero Fossil Fuel will be reporting daily Bedini-Lindermann 2013 Conference June 28 -30. His Blog can be found with daily updates at:  http://alt-nrg.org/index.shtml Zero has a YouTube channel :  http://www.youtube.com/user/ZeroFossilFuel...
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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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    Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, June 2016

    This is our monthly round up for stories from The Oak Ridge National Labs. BATTERIES – Off to the races … Drivers of Formula E cars may soon no longer have to change cars midway through the race, thanks to a battery coating technology developed by XALT...
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    Solar and wind innovation with booming patents

      Innovation in solar, wind and other renewable power is booming worldwide, especially in China, and is now eclipsing that in fossil fuels According to a recent article in USA...
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    Safe Nuclear

          We can convert the 270,000 metric tons of waste that exists today into enough carbon-free electricity to power the world for 72 years. This is a pretty bold claim from a start up company Transatomic. However it is a great solution if they can do...
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    Global Population Growth Compared to Energy Use

    Ending 400-year trend, global population growth has begun to catch up with energy consumption during past 50 years. Will this restrict population growth? UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA-LINCOLN If you’ve lived between the year 1560 and the present day, more power to you....
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    Orbo O-Cube Update

    There are two things that have my attention with the O-cube 1.Unlike most of the free energy claims where we see people pack up shop and disappear they are hanging around and being very open about problems. In the past the Orbo team have had some massive failures...
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