The ambitious company seems to want to become the Dell Computers of flow batteries. It plans on bringing out a variety of flow batteries -- ranging from the HomeFlow to a 6 megawatt-hour/2-megawatt behemoth that would function like a
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
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.
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.
The new package is supposed to be finalized next week. So why doesn’t anyone know anything about it?
An experimental solar-powered plane landed safely Thursday after completing its first 24-hour test flight, proving that the aircraft can collect enough energy from the sun during the day to stay aloft all night.
A loss expected to happen next year looks smaller than that same loss happening next week. Worse yet, a loss or catastrophe that may happen (indeed, is highly likely to happen) decades away is essentially invisible, unthinkaRead Letter
Nuclear power: the energy crisis has even die-hard environmentalists reconsidering it. In this first-ever TED debate, Stewart Brand and Mark Z. Jacobson square off over the pros and cons. A discussion that'll make you think -- and might even change y
Material is called "the most condensed form of energy storage outside of nuclear"
NREL's Net-zero Research Support Facility The National Renewable Energy Lab's new Research Support Facility will generate as much power as it consumes in a given year, making it net energy neutral.
The USA is accepting help from 12 countries and international organizations in dealing with the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, the State Dept. said. The State Dept. said in a news release that the USA is working out the particulars of the h
Although we’ve seen sunlight to electricity conversion efficiencies of over 40 percent with multi-junction solar cells in lab environments, most mass-produced cells can only boast a conversion rate of around 15 percent. Now SunPower Corp., a Silicon