The humble potato may soon be providing electricity for millions of people during the upcoming depression. Hey pal, can you loan me a potato?
Twenty years ago the California Air Resources Board established the zero emissions vehicle mandate requiring the largest automakers to build and sell electric vehicles. Twelve states adopted the same aggressive targets, creating what remains the stro
When the Chevy Volt concept first materialized a few years back, there were a lot of questions surrounding America’s first mass-market electric car. While answers to most of those questions dribbled out over the last few years, GM remained mum on one
By exposing the plant matter to gaseous ozone, with very little moisture, they are able to produce a carbohydrate-rich solid with no solid or liquid waste.
Ocean energy could provide 15 percent of Europe's energy needs by 2050, the industry says, adding that this target is only realistic if politicians increase support for the new technologies.
In a short, funny, data-packed talk at TED U, Catherine Mohr walks through all the geeky decisions she made when building a green new house -- looking at real energy numbers, not hype. What choices matter most? Not the ones you think.
A simple method applies nanoscale texturing over large areas.
t might surprise the futurists and environmental activists who support renewable energy to find out that the renewable manufacturing industries, according to a number of studies, create as many -- if not more -- blue-collar, boots-on-the-ground jobs
In February, the Swiss company PlanetSolar SA unveiled PlanetSolar, a floating test bed for renewable energy, during a ceremony held in Kiel, Germany. The $15-million catamaran measures 49 feet wide, 25 feet high and 102 feet long and weighs 94 tons.
Here’s a novel way to get a little more out of time spent in the bathroom. An industrial design student at De Montfort University in Leicester, UK, has created a clever power generator that turns falling wastewater into electricity.
Electric cars are nothing new: From lever-powered hybrids to generator-towing luxury cars, we've tracked their progress for nearly a century
Hot on the heels of its $38.8 billion investment in two wind farms in North Dakota, Google has just signed a 20-year contract with an Iowa wind farm that enables the search giant to purchase wind power at a set rate over the next two decades.
Honda, realizing this electric car thing isn’t a fad, says it will have a plug-in hybrid and a battery electric vehicle on the road in 2012. But that doesn’t mean it’s giving up on hydrogen.
In 1969, the government detonated a subterranean nuclear bomb to break loose natural gas deposits from tight sandstone formations more than 8,000 feet below a Colorado mountain. The bomb was twice as powerful as the one that destroyed Hiroshima, Japa
[oh, it gets worse] BP told a New Orleans Fox affiliate that the flotels were useful for keeping workers close to cleanup sites, thereby eliminating travel time. But some aren't happy about it. In fact, a group of fishermen decided to go on strike
With wind overtaking gas for power production in Europe, the economics obviously make sense. Even for people who aren't interested in the carbon emission reductions obtained through increased use of wind, the cost and capacity benefits wind offers w
A startup company has a printing method for solid-state batteries.
If federally funded factories don't get enough demand, even more government spending could result.
Energy Revolution: Conversion Technology from Gas & Diesel Vehicle Fuel to Hydrogen Fusion Eenergy ! Partly based upon Inventor Stanley Meyer patents!
I recently contacted someone who had gone to the trouble of obtaining Stan Meyer's autopsy report. The following was his interesting reply.
Background... Stanley Meyer (Stanley Allen Meyer) was born August 24, 1940, and was one of two twin boys. His twin brother is Stephen Meyer.
So - who is this Stanley Meyer? If you don't know, you are among the fortunate majority. If you do, you may not yet realize how much of a scam artist he was. This would be quite unfortunate, as you may have paid money and/or invested time trying to m
Stanley Meyer was a scammer who claimed he'd been able to split water into hydrogen and oxygen with such efficiency that he could run an internal combustion engine (ICE) on nothing but water.
Stanley Meyer runs his Dune Buggy strictly with HHO in this video.
Stanley Meyer’s hydrogen on demand technology Free energy technology has been suppressed due to the alledged murder of the inventor and as a result of the inventor's business incompetence. This technology is not the first water car which was working
Stan Meyer's Dune Buggy that ran on water. Hydrogen/Oxygen fuel in an ICE motor. On board electrolysis, no hydrogen tanks, no bombs on-board, just water. (1998) It ran 100 miles per gallon! The 2nd best inventor of the Century, besides Tesla, who was
Eye-witness accounts suggest that US inventor Stanley Meyer has developed an electric cell which will split ordinary tap water into hydrogen and oxygen with far less energy than that required by a normal electrolytic cell.
Meyer has demonstrated his fuel cell device before Professor Michael Laughton, Dean of Engineering at Mary College, London, Admiral Sir Anthony Griffin, a former controller of the British Navy, and Dr Keith Hindley, a UK research chemist. According t
The electrolysis process is not dependent on energy. From Arrhenius theory, molecules in solution dissociate into ions and the ions are collected at the electrode. No energy is required for ionic dissociation and electrolysis processes are so efficie
Stanley Meyer saw haw to capitalize on natual instability. He set up an environment where the oxygen and hydrogen could part permanently and did this with the minimal use of energy.