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  • Leaked Second Paper With High Magnification of Rossi's Nickel Particles Brings Replication Closer favicon PESWiki (Today) - A previously withheld paper from last year has appeared and provides detailed analysis of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat powder. The images provided of the nickel, at high magnification, show detailed structures that provide important clues to facilitate replication of the E-Cat. (PESN; October 13, 2014)...
  • Hell Freezes Over: Brian Ahern's Doubts on E-Cat Test Resolved favicon PESWiki (Today) - Dr. Brian Ahern, a well known scientist and researcher in the field of LENR and long-time cynic of the E-Cat, has changed his opinion about the most recent test. He now states his doubts have been resolved, after being satisfied from an expert that a...
  • The Inconel Mouse of Andrea Rossi's E-Cat favicon PESWiki (Today) - A few reasons given to show why the mysterious mouse component of the high temperature E-Cat may very well be the inconel resistance wires themselves. (PESN; October 14, 2014)...
  • Keppe Motor on History Channel favicon PESWiki (Today) - Also an invitation to join the Keppe Motor team at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair, October 13-16, 2014 -- Asia's Largest Autumn Electronics Fair -- to learn more about this ground-breaking, energy efficient technology. Up to 90% efficient according to UL Testtech Laboratories. (Free Energy...
  • Replicating the E-Cat | Components favicon PESWiki (Today) - A listing of tools and resources pertaining to replicating Andrea Rossi's E-Cat. Independent replication of the E-Cat will be a historic additional scientific validation that the E-Cat is real and will revolutionize clean, affordable energy production on the planet. (PESWiki; October 15, 2014)...
  • Free Energy Scout Fundraiser favicon PESWiki (Today) - Once again it's time to pass the hat to make ends meet here at PES. Thanks to the humble supporters who keep on giving. Wondering why we can't get more good loans, to make donations unnecessary, when the majority of our audience is comprised of...
  • TWIFE™ Featuring Frank Acland of E-CatWorld favicon PESWiki (Today) - Sterling Allan on Coast to Coast AM about E-Cat breakthrough • High Magnification of Rossi's Nickel Particles • The Inconel Mouse of Rossi's E-Cat • Replicating the E-Cat | Components • Ahern's Doubts on E-Cat Test Resolved • Keppe Motor on History Channel • FEAR...
  • Lockheed Martin Compact Nuclear Fusion Reactor favicon PESWiki (Today) - Allegedly, the first commercial reactors capable of producing 100 MW would be small enough to fit on the back of a 16-wheeler, and could be ready for use in a decade, after producing their first prototype in five years from now. (PESWiki; October 18, 2014)...
  • Imaging electric charge propagating along microbial nanowires favicon ScienceDaily (Today) - Physicists report that they've used a new imaging technique, electrostatic force microscopy, to resolve the biological debate with evidence from physics, showing that electric charges do indeed propagate along microbial nanowires just as they do in carbon nanotubes, a highly conductive human-made material....
  • Plug-in Cars & Utilities Communicate Via The Cloud In New Partnership favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - A new, somewhat clever means of managing and improving the efficiency of the power grid was recently unveiled by a coalition of some of the world’s largest automakers. To be precise, this new “means” is in fact simply a technology that allows for the direct...
  • Oil decline: Price makes the story favicon Energy Bulletin (Today) - It's likely that the Saudis are encouraging a fall in oil prices. In the face of what looks like declining demand, rather than cut production to maintain prices as they have done in the past, they've decided to maintain their market share worldwide by...
  • America Can Nearly Quadruple Its Renewable Electricity By 2030 favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - ECOreport. A recent Union of Concerned Scientists (USC) study found that America can nearly quadruple its renewable electricity in the next 15 years, reaching 23% by 2030. This comes in response to the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposal that America set a modest goal of 12% renewable...
  • Direct PHEV To Utility Company Communication Via The Cloud favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - A new, somewhat clever means of managing and improving the efficiency of the power grid was recently unveiled by a coalition of some of the world’s largest automakers. To be precise, this new “means” is in fact simply a technology that allows for the direct...
  • Canadian Solar Hits It Big With 146 MW Module Supply Deal In Honduras favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - The noted solar PV module manufacturer and utility-scale project developer Canadian Solar recently hit it big with a 146.4 MW module supply order in the Central American country of Honduras. The modules from the supply contract will be used in the construction of two utility-scale...
  • Bottling the Sun's Power on Earth favicon Scientific American (Today) - A breakthrough in fusion could solve the world's energy problems, but remains improbable. David Biello reports. -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com ...
  • How Microsynchrophasors Could Keep Solar-Saturated Grids Stable favicon The Energy Collective (Today) - The electricity from rooftop solar PV is very different from conventional electricity. It sags and surges in response to the pattern of clouds crossing overhead, and is also provided by lots of inverters, which create electrical conditions very different from the alternating current supplied by...
  • Legislation Introduced to Address the Rising Impacts of Urban Flooding favicon The Energy Collective (Today) - Urban flooding is a serious and growing problem. “Around 20-25 percent of all economic losses resulting from flooding occur in areas not designated as being in a “floodplain,” but as a consequence of urban drainage,” according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.read more...
  • The High Cost of Hurricanes [INFOGRAPHIC] favicon The Energy Collective (Today) - The past ten years have seen a spike in catastrophic hurricanes in the Atlantic basin, causing more than $300 billion of damage, over 2000 deaths, and displacing hundreds of thousands of people. Cities along the east coast and Gulf states are becoming more vulnerable to...
  • Tesla Going The Way Of Franchise Dealerships? Elon Musk Hints Yes favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - Elon Musk touting the idea of franchise Tesla dealerships? Sounds about right, doesn’t it? Wait, what? In a rather surprising comment — but I guess he makes those a lot, doesn’t he? — Musk recently noted that as Tesla continues to expand it may need...
  • SolarCity CTO Peter Rive Talks Solar Power+Energy Storage favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - The country’s largest residential solar installer and financier, SolarCity, will eventually begin offering a system that includes storage as its “basic offering,” according to the company’s co-founder and CTO Peter Rive. Unsurprisingly, these systems would very likely make use of battery-based energy storage technology provided...
  • India Expands Solar Power Target, Will Add 15 GW Over Next Five Years favicon CleanTechnica (Today) - The new Indian government has delivered on its promise to enhance the solar power capacity addition targets under the ambitious National Solar Mission announcing revised guidelines for capacity allocation. The Ministry of New and Renewable Energy recently released revised guidelines for auction of solar photovoltaic...
  • Energy Quote of the Day: 'Consumers, Not the Federal Government, Should Determine What Goes in their Cars' favicon The Energy Collective (Today) - The always-ugly battle between US oil refiners and the biofuels industry over EPA’s renewable fuel standards heated up again recently when 31 oil executives sent a letter to President Obama urging EPA to stick with fuel blending volumes proposed last November.read more...
  • Another Poke In The Eye For Clean Coal favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Clean coal not so much: a new study from West Virginia University links dust from mountaintop removal coal mining to lung cancer in nearby communities Another Poke In The Eye For Clean Coal was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over...
  • Corporations With Most New Solar favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Solar Love. US commercial solar energy continues gaining steam, with Walmart leading the way in terms of total installed solar power capacity (despite recent criticism for funding anti-solar organizations). The Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA) has just come out with its third annual Solar Means...
  • US Expansion of Anti-Dumping Case Illegal, Claims China favicon CleanTechnica (Yesterday) - Arguments and counter-arguments between China and the US over the anti-dumping duties on solar photovoltaic modules continue as China aims to block an attempt by the US Department of Commerce to expand the scope of the duties. The Department of Commerce had earlier asked industry...
  • This Diagram Will Help You Visualize How Opower's Software Platform Operates favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - After giving its software and analytics engine a powerful tuneup earlier this year, Opower is unveiling yet another set of offerings for utility customers. The release includes three new analytics capabilities designed to make it even easier to target specific customer segments for efficiency.read more...
  • How Apple Became One of the Greenest Companies in America favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - There’s one thing you probably don’t know about Apple. The technology conglomerate was ranked 48th on Newsweek’s Greenest Companies of America list this year. To put that in perspective, of the six million businesses registered in the United States, only 47 are considered “greener” than...
  • World's "First Fuel" - Energy Efficiency - Coming Out of Hiding favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - The International Energy Agency (IEA) just released its second annual Energy Efficiency Market Report 2014 confirming energy efficiency’s place as the world’s “first fuel” and estimating the value of the energy efficiency market at between $310 and $360 billion and growing.read more...
  • "Reforming the Energy Vision": Transforming NY Utility Regulation favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - In the coming years, distributed energy resources will very likely continue on a rapid path toward broad-scale deployment. Despite much of the escalating controversy surrounding net energy metering and solar PV, few executives would dispute the need for utility regulation to adapt to these changes.read...
  • Energy Master Limited Partnerships Go Mainstream: Baird's Ethan Bellamy favicon The Energy Collective (Yesterday) - Ethan Bellamy specializes in the analysis of master limited partnerships at Robert W. Baird & Co. He was director of research for the Lehman Brothers MLP Opportunity Fund, where he was responsible for fundamental analysis and due diligence in public, PIPE and pre-IPO investments in...

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