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Progress Report on Renaissance Free Energy Convention
A smorgasbord of demonstrations, talks, build sessions, and other events are being planned for the 2011 Renaissance Free Energy Convention in Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. Planning and preparation is taking place now!
by Hank Mills,
Pure Energy Systems News
Last year's Renaissance Free Energy Convention was a big success and showcased free energy devices such as John Bedini's 13 foot tall
Wheel" monopole motor and the "Renaissance Free Energy
Lawnmower." The 2011 convention is poised to repeat or exceed it with even more demonstrations of devices and vehicles utilizing Bedini technology. It will be taking place July 29 - 31 at the Coeur D'Alene
resort. Planning and preparation is underway, and as usual PESN is here to provide you with the latest news on what's happening.
An exciting feature of the upcoming convention will be the addition of two new "Renaissance" vehicles. The first additional vehicle will be a Porsche and the second will be a "Cabin Cruiser" boat. Both have been converted to electric, with batteries being augmented by the Renaissance Charger technology, to greatly extend their life and performance.
These vehicles, among other surprises, will have Bedini Energizers running them in the characteristic 2 battery bank fashion. The intention of these soon-to-be commercial motor and controller products is to take you down the road a lot further
The addition of more vehicles to this convention is important, because the theme of it is practical uses of the technology. In the past the Bedini technology has mostly been used to re-charge batteries, bring dead batteries back to life, and build demonstration overunity devices. Now it is time to use the technology for practical purposes that can benefit our lives. A major focus of the conference is making this happen.
Two contests for the convention are also in the works. The contests are to determine who can build the highest output (compared to input), most easy to explain, and inspiring "Monopole Energizer System." There will be two categories - "Smaller 3 or 6 pole" and "10 pole and the larger kits." See details
These two contests are still in the planning stages. Judges for the contests are being chosen by the public on the
Prizes will be the 4 Pole Jr. Monopole kit for the first smaller kit contest, and $1500 off
Renaissance Kit products
for the larger kit contest. In addition to any other prizes awarded all of the finalist 13 contestants will be given a ride in either the Cabin Cruiser or the Porsche!
You can read a post about these two contests here.
It has also been revealed that a full "Tesla Switch" has been built and is working. This will be presented as a new product at the convention. According to a
we published a year ago, Tesla switch that enables the batteries in a solar array to last much longer, while also enabling more energy to be drawn from the solar panel system. The Tesla Switch is digital and features a logging readout. They will be shown in various systems at the conference and will be available for purchase.
John Bedini has been working for months preparing for this conference and is sure to have surprises in store for those that attend. What could he demonstrate this year that could top the already announced Bedini powered car and boat? It makes the imagination run wild!
You can view a page with a list of guest speakers, a schedule, talks, and lots of other details about the conference and information on registering
here. Those who register first will get the best seats. Also, it is important to register early because the funds are needed as early as possible to make the conference the most successful Bedini event yet. At the same site linked above, the company "Renaissance Charge, LLC" that is organizing the conference has also begun selling fully assembled circuit boards.
Another added benefit Renaissance is providing for attendees is a comprehensive vacation planner and discount opportunity for the week prior, during, and after the Convention date of July 29-31st. Details are developing on the following
Several wives of the engineers, who will be there but not attending the Convention, are working with the Coeur DAlene Resort to gather as much information as possible about the local cities and area so that attendees will have no problem bringing their families to one of the most desired vacation spots in the country at the best time of the year. Renaissance is planning outing events and activities during Convention, evenings, as well as before and after, and is attempting to get many discounts locally for their customers, starting with restaurants and hotels.
Rick Friedrich wrote to us today:
We are trying to make this as enjoyable as possible. We are putting all of our efforts into it. We listened to everyone the last time around. We are doing an incredible indoor showing for 25 hours. We are doing an incredible outdoor showing for 5 hours or so. We are doing what we can to give everyone a vacation to justify the expenses involved in coming this far out. So the savings we give will cover their attendance costs. We are also planning for an amazing audio/visual showing.
This is also the biggest event of the Coeur D'Alene Resorts' history. And I'll try and make it a City wide event as we know members of the Government.
Finally, it is everything you wish it to be in that it will feature the Open Source activities all summarized in power point presentations from people all over the world volunteering in this for years.
The good part of one 10 hour day will be showing testimonies of moderators and average Joes telling their stories while we build kits and show pictures and all the Energizers running. Also a giant Tesla Coil.
This year's conference is looking to be very exciting. More updates about this event will be posted in the coming weeks and months.
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