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June 30, 2008


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Interview - Steve Else, CEO - Broadstar Wind Systems - BroadStar's AeroCam is claimed to be the first turbine to break through the $1/watt cost barrier. It enables distributed power generation in almost any setting, including densely populated urban areas and can capture abundant surface-wind energy in wind farms.

June 23, 2008


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Interview - Laurel White - Clean Energy Road Show - Laurel White has teamed up with PES Network to take her 'Green Education' across mainland America for a year to educate people about easy-to-implement clean energy solutions available now, many of which can actually save money; and to give hope about the future by reviewing some of the most promising clean emerging technologies.

June 9, 2008


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Interview - Tai Robinson - Intergalatic Hydrogen - An overview of how to convert existing vehicles into clean fuel vehicles, running on multiple local fuels.  A look at the process, costs, and other considerations regarding alternative fuels in general.

June 8, 2008

June 2, 2008


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Interview - Richard Hicks - inventor, President of H2Oil, head of R&D and intellectual property; and Dan Atkinson, head of marketing - H2Oil eeFuel - Nanotechnology fuel additive for improving mileage by around 10-20% has billions of driving miles chalked up in other countries, including being added to the fuel supply in China including their military fuel. Is now coming to the U.S. market via Fuel Legacy, an MLM company.
  • Biofuels >
    Rethinking Biofuel - Robert Pritchett presses a few biofuel hot-buttons regarding the current status of biofuel and unintended consequences - along with some solutions.

May 29, 2008

May 26, 2008


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Interview - Dr. Elijah - Slow Moving Water, Inc. - Company has a floating barge river energy turbine technology, in which they use the electricity to generate other usable products such as hydrogen, to get around the high cost of becoming a utility.

May 19, 2008


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Interview - Shmuel Ovadia, inventor and three other executives - SDE Wave Power - A Tel Aviv, Israel manufacturer and marketer of Sea Wave Power Plants - utilizing sea wave energy to produce electricity economically, and in an environmentally-friendly manner, claiming that their system can generate electricity for 2 cents per kWh.

May 18, 2008

May 12, 2008


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Interview - Lee Fellows - Thermoacoustic Cycle (TAC) Generator - The TAC can be configured for use with a wide variety of combustible fuels, and burn them efficiently in a low-pressure combustor with very low emissions and a controllable heat signature. When powered by solar radiation or waste exhaust heat from other systems, the TAC has no polluting gaseous emissions.

May 4, 2008


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Interview - Francesca Crolley, VP of Operations and Marketing, Industrial NanoTech, Inc. - Nansulate Paint May Soon Generate Electricity from Thermal Differences - With the application of a paint coating, the thermal difference between inside and outside temperatures could be used to generate electricity, in addition to saving energy through its insulating properties.

Apr. 30, 2008


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- David Bowling -Continuous Charging Device - Arizona inventor says he has developed a device that will put out a continuous 12 volt electrical current which he has then been using to run motors, small appliances, and charge batteries.

  • EV > Plug-Ins > Hybrids >
    Plug In Your Prius 
    - Jonathan Sawyer spent $30,000--and voided the warranty--to add a plug to his Prius hybrid, which can now travel more than 1000 miles on a single 12-gallon tank of gasoline.

April 28, 2008


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Interview - Hal Roberts, CEO; Joe Parsons, VP - EarthLinked Technologies, Inc - Company has been in the business of installing Ground Source Heat Pumps for nearly two decades.  The residential and commercial systems saving energy in the winter and summer, drawing from the thermal mass of the earth with their direct geo-exchange technology.

April 14, 2008


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Interview - Todd Hathaway - Green Salon - We'll discuss some upcoming new energy technology events, as well as Todd's endeavors to identify working technologies to include at those events.  In particular, we'll explore his work with Bob Boyce's electrolysis technology.

Apr. 7, 2008


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Interview - Wes Bolsen, Chief Marketing Officer & VP - Ethanol from Garbage and Old Tires - Tubes packed with bundles of white fibers are the core of a bioreactor, which is the heart of a new technology that Coskata claims combine thermochemical and biological approaches to make ethanol out of wood chips, household garbage, grass, and old tires--indeed, just about any organic material.

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January - March 2008 PESN Archive - continuing in reverse chronological sequence


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Index archived by Sterling D. Allan May 3, 2007
Last updated December 24, 2014

 

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