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You are here: > News > November 1, 2008

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Free Energy Now show expanding to KFNX in Phoenix

Our weekly, one-hour, cutting-edge, clean energy technology program is growing into a new venue, providing broader reach for our message and sponsors.

by Sterling D. Allan, CEO
Pure Energy Systems News
Copyright © 2008

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The Free Energy Now show that we've been running since July 29, 2006 on the online network will be expanding Monday to KFNX News-Talk Radio at a new time as well, from 9:00 to 10:00 pm Arizona time.  (As of Sunday, Nov. 2, Arizona time will be the same as Mountain time since most of Arizona does not observe Daylight Savings Time.)

KFNX, found at 1100 in the middle of the AM dial, is one of the ten largest radio stations in Arizona, broadcasting during the day at 50,000 Watts out of Phoenix, covering most of the bottom half of the state.  The station also streams online worldwide, making it possible for the show to be simulcast at BBSRadio as well, which is online only.  The historic reach of the Monday evening spot at KFNX has been around a thousand listeners.

We think this will be a great opportunity to expand our reach to a wider, more diverse audience, as well as to give sponsors a chance to gain additional exposure.

The purpose of the Free Energy Now show is to explore cutting-edge, clean energy technologies in more depth, talking about how the technology works, what the potential ramifications are for the world energy needs, how it compares to other renewable energy solutions, and where the company presently is in the process of implementing the technology.

Many of the interviews have been with inventors or company leaders whose technology is posted in the Top 100 Clean Energy Technologies listing by our New Energy Congress (NEC).

Coincidentally, Jeane Manning, one of the two guests who will be on the show this coming Monday, was also on the very first Free Energy Now show when it broadcast live from the ExtraOrdinary Technology conference in Salt Lake City two years ago in July.  Jeane will be joined Monday by co-author, Joel Garbon, President of the New Energy Movement and a founding member of the NEC.  They will be talking about their new book: Breakthrough Power: How quantum-leap new energy inventions can transform our world, which provides a fascinating overview of the new energy field and the obstacles faced by many of the more exotic technology inventors. 

Since deciding yesterday to accept the invitation to join the KFNX network, we've had three companies agree to help sponsor the show.  

  • Linear Logic makes the ScanGauge, which plugs into your car or small truck's computer through the OBDII connector under the dashboard, to give you access to information such as instantaneous mileage, transmission temp (in some vehicles), and O2 ratios.  The ScanGauge has been our bestseller for three years.
  • David Sieg is the author of Making Algae Biodiesel at Home, a serious ebook that has been selling well on our websites.
  • Fran Giroux, member of the New Energy Congress, sells a Hydrogen Boost system that involves multiple items in a system that is satisfaction guaranteed with typical mileage improvements of 15% to 50%. Fuel pre-heat helps vaporize fuel. Lubricant helps engine efficiency. He is one of the more well-respected players in the hydroxy industry, and a regular advertiser on our websites through Google's AdSense program.

We invite you to join us, either on the radio or online.  All archives from our show are available at 

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Page composed by Sterling D. Allan Oct. 3 1, 2008
Last updated December 24, 2014




"It is harder to crack a prejudice than an atom." // "I'd rather be an optimist and a fool than a pessimist and right." -- Albert Einstein

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